Courtesy of: Richard Stokes, Network 1 Sales Consultant Have you ever needed to insert more than one line of text inside of a single cell in Excel? There is an easy way to do this. First, double-click the cell in which you want to insert a line break. Then, place the cursor where you want…

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Courtesy of: Lexi Jackson, Network 1 Sales Operations Associate Did you know there is a faster way to highlight text without having to drag your mouse across the words? Instead of dragging your mouse, you can highlight an entire paragraph by just clicking on a word within the paragraph three times. You can also highlight…

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Courtesy of: Andrew Edwards, Network 1 Sales Operations Associate Do you miss having two monitors like you have at your office? Try this at home with your PC. Using an HDMI cord, plug in one end of the cord into your laptop, the other into your TV. Now, with your laptop and TV both turned…

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Courtesy of: Blaine Williams, Network 1 Support Desk Manager Let’s say you write three lines of text and you want to accent those three lines by indenting. When you indent the first line of text, the other two lines don’t indent with it. There is an easy short-cut that will allow you to manually justify…

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Courtesy of: Darren Rose, Network 1 Senior NOC Engineer Tables allow you to analyze your data in Excel quickly and easily. To convert your data into an Excel table, click on any single cell inside the data set and press “CTRL + T”. A pop-up window will appear and you will be able to choose…

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