Tuesday Tip: Quickly and Easily Browse Through Open Office Documents

by Richard Stokes

My Tech Tip this week is all about saving those precious seconds in your day and lowering your frustration level when navigating through those countless office documents you have open on your desktop.

Let’s say you’ve got 3 instances of Word open and you find yourself wanting to cut and paste bits of information from all of them into another document.  It can sometimes be frustrating to bounce back and forth between these documents quickly looking for the information from each.

Well, no more.  Here’s a great shortcut that allows you to shuffle through all of them quickly and with great ease.

Press and hold the CTRL key while clicking on the icon of the application on your taskbar, in this case: Word.

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The Word document displayed will change to the next one you have opened with every click.  Go ahead try it.  If you’re in multiple copies of things like Word and Excel you’re going to like this one.  I did.

Richard Stokes: As the Director of Sales for Network 1, Richard identifies “future” clients that can benefit from the support of an experienced, outsourced IT team. He helps clients and prospects find technology solutions they need to achieve better productivity and efficiency so they can focus their attention on making money and growing their respective business.

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