Your Business Quick Tip Newsletter
Vol 19 No #177 – 16th January 2020
- Best Computer Shortcut
- Cinnamon, Not Just For Cappuccinos
- Website Google Ranking
- Simple Excel Tip
Best Computer Shortcut
I promise once you try this, you’ll use it repetitively every day.
What is it? Anytime you want to create a “NEW” item –an email, a document, a new Chrome window, Excel or PowerPoint, just click Control + N (PC) Command +N (Mac). It will create a new ‘’one’’ of what ever program you’re in.
Cinnamon, Not Just For Cappuccinos
Are you a fan of this healthy spice? I thought to share a tip we’ve been doing at home for years. And that is simply mixing cinnamon with granulated brown or white sugar (if you have sugar with your coffee); or mixing it in with the instant coffee. Cinnamon will make it taste sweeter without sugar, and it’s known for its health properties.
Website Google Ranking
You might not know that a significant part of your website Google ranking depends both upon having a secure certificate (https) AND also its speed of loading.
Here is a link to check your website (or how about trying your competition for the fun of it)? https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/
Great Simple Excel Tip
Do you hate wrapping text but want to see all the text a cell? Create a Link Break. That is having the information appear on separate lines within the same cell with line breaks.
- Double-click the cell in which you want to insert a line break.
- Click the location where you want to break the line.
- Press ALT+ENTER to insert the line break.
Drowning From Email After Your Holiday?
You could have had it all sorted and tidy actually.
If you’re ready to say enough is enough, why not bring me (Debbie) in to run a bespoke, 100% customised managing email workshop for you and colleagues? We can do it in person (the best) online live, or via a webinar for a spread out team. Send an email for a quote today. firstname.lastname@example.org Your ROI will be significant.
Or, thinking of having or attending a conference? please keep me in mind as a speaker