Your Business Quick Tip Alert from Debbie Mayo-Smith
Vol 17 No#157 – 18 December 2018
- Finding That Photo!!! Smartphone Camera Tip
- Small Group Training
- PowerPoint Morph Transition
- Two Easy Google Chrome Shortcuts
- Move Between Excel Worksheets in a Workbook
1. Finding That Photo!!! Smartphone Camera Tip
How many photos do you have on your phone? Your computer? Probably in the thousands. How can you find that certain one more easily than scrolling, scrolling, scrolling?
If your smartphone location setting isn’t turned on, do turn it on now (it’s in the camera app). This allows the camera to pinpoint exactly where you’ve taken the photo. Why is this useful?
- You can search your photos by location. Just type the location into your smartphone image gallery search bar. If you’ve uploaded them to your computer, click on the photo in your photo app.
- View your photos on a map. Click details while looking at a photo (that had location on). Click on Details. Click the location and it will appear on a map along with the other photos you’ve taken at that location.
2. Small Group Training
The last thing you’re thinking of now is next year’s work schedule – but!
I’m going to be in these cities on the following dates and can easily run a small group customised in-house workshop for you. Don’t miss out on this lovely opportunity as availability is very limited.
- Hobart Tasmania 8 January
- Sydney 7-9 & 27-28 February
- Wellington 15 January and 12-15 March
- Nelson 16 January • Picton 17 January
- Napier 18 January
- Bay of Islands 21 January
- Tauranga 22 February
- Christchurch 7-9 March
- Nuku’alofa 19 February
3. PowerPoint Morph Transition
Do you create PowerPoint presentations? You will love this utterly fabulous and useful slide transition. Slide transition is the movement from one slide to another – not objects within one slide. That is animation.
The Morph Transition creates wonderful movement. For example, A slide has a full view of a website page. The second slide focuses in on an element on that webpage – such as one of the tabs. When you select morph, it will show it flowing from large to the smaller focal point.
Have a look here at the Microsoft how-to video (1 min. 15 sec long). Click here for the Link
4. Two Easy Google Chrome Shortcuts
- Ctl+Shift+N (PC) Cmd+Shift+N (Mac) opens a new incognito window. Search without being watched – i.e. no browsing history
- Ctl + T (PC) Cmd+T (Mac) opens a new tab and jumps into the URL bar.
5. Move Between Excel Worksheets in a Workbook
With all the wonderful feedback from the Excel tip in our last issue (have a look here), I thought you might like another simple, but useful one. Move Between Excel Worksheets in a Workbook. Steve – can you see if this works in your mac with command and add it in please?
- Next worksheet: [Ctrl] + [Page Down] on Mac [Option] + right arrow
- Previous worksheet: [Ctrl] + [Page Up] on Mac [Option] + left arrow
Would you believe that you can have as many as 1,024 Excel sheets in a Microsoft Excel workbook!
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