All Articles by Ryan Blundell

Getting started with Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow answers the call for the automation of workflows. The time you save and the power you wield are both impressive.

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Best ways to take notes in OneNote 2016

OneNote 2016 lets you do more with your notes. It also offers more than one way to take notes.

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How to share, sync and secure notebooks in OneNote 2016

Unlike what you’ve been told at school, notes are often intended to be shared. OneNote 2016 offers a few ways to share the contents of your notes.

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Getting started with OneNote 2016

OneNote 2016 is more than a note-taking app — it's an organizational tool too! There's a lot in it, so here's where to start.

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How to create VideoScribe and whiteboard animations in PowerPoint 2016

Basic animation effects are one way to catch someone’s attention. Advanced animations, however, can make a lasting impression. Here’s how you can create whiteboard animations in PowerPoint 2016.

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How to create animations in PowerPoint 2016

Not everything you share will be tantalizing to keep the attention of your audience. Here’s how you can add animation effects to text, shapes, and images to increase the “wow” factor.

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How to add shapes and images to PowerPoint slides

Imagery is not only eye candy for your presentation audience, it’s another way for them to learn and understand. Here’s how you can add supporting multimedia and create images of your own.

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How to use PowerPoint transitions to improve presentations

PowerPoint is THE program to use for presentations. This is how to get started with transitions.

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Outlook features you should be using right now

In Outlook 2016 there are a plethora of features to use. Here are some that can and should be frequently used.

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How to use Outlook Groups and tasks to collaborate more effectively

Outlook 2016 has a few features that can help you centralize your team communication. Here's how to manage Outlook tasks and groups with ease.

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How to use Outlook rules to easily organize your inbox

A disorganized inbox inhibits your ability to communicate and collaborate. Learn how to create rules for messages in your Outlook inbox.

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How to customize Outlook to make it your own — and boost productivity

Outlook 2016 contains a multitude of actions and functions to help you sort, file and respond to messages efficiently. Here's a look at some of the most useful options.

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How to manage (and master) your Outlook Calendar

The Outlook 2016 calendar is your home for appointments, meetings, and to-dos. Check out these tips on calendar management.

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How to create Microsoft Excel 2016 reports

While Excel is an optimal program to collect and organize your data, its information management features don't stop there. Here's how to better present your content.

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How to manage Outlook 2016 folders

Don't let your Outlook inbox become an endless game of search and scroll. Learn how to get started on folder management.

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Microsoft Excel keyboard shortcuts you need to master

You'll neglect your mouse while using Excel keyboard shortcuts.

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How to set up Microsoft Excel's Ribbon

The Excel 2016 Ribbon is a command powerhouse that helps to dive further into your data.

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How to customize Microsoft Excel's Quick Access Toolbar

Microsoft Excel gives you the tools to make meaningful reports, but how you use the app's Quick Access Toolbar is up to you.

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Microsoft Excel definitions for common terms

Knowing the terms used in Excel is knowing the possibilities in Excel.

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Word 2016 or Word Online: What's the difference?

With the continuing trend of apps and services offering online solutions, it’s difficult to stay committed to desktop versions. That being said online versions may not necessarily be as robust.

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