Microsoft Office Help
Brush up on your Excel, Word, Outlook and Microsoft Publisher skills with our step-by-step tutorials for getting things done.
Learn how to turn your finished Publisher project into a high-resolution JPEG image.
Hyphenation making your content hard to read? Learn how to turn hyphenation off in less than 60 seconds.
Many agents know they need to organize their database, but they get stuck on how exactly to go about doing that. Should they just put everyone in there with no categories? Just have a category for past clients and nothing else? Should they note whether a client has provided them with referrals? What about if they are part of a niche market? Using Excel, Shauna show you how to put your database together, ideas for categories, and how sort your database so it is usable.
Step-by-step instructions for fixing missing embedded image problems common to Outlook.
Follow along with Heather as she shows you how to update pictures in your branded business tools that were made with Publisher. In addition to some basic Microsoft Publisher tutorial, Heather will also show you how you can organize your files; the difference between bleeds, margins and full-size files; how to deal with pictures that are the wrong orientation and more.
What do you do when your Publisher template is set up for a horizontal main property photo, but the one you want to use is vertical? How do you zoom in on just one element of a photo without having to stretch the area you are displaying it in? Learn this and more with CEO Shauna Naf, all in the context of creating a monthly mailer for your clients.
Join presenter Shauna Naf for part two of exploring how to manipulate photos in Microsoft Publisher. In part two we will be covering putting photos in places that aren't rectangular in shape, rotation, removing background colors, creating a watermark and more.
Want to put together an amazing year-end report but are thwarted by boring-looking data? Shauna can save your report! Join her as she illustrates how to make your data do the talking.