Manage Contacts in Outlook: Overview How to Select Contacts in Outlook This lesson shows you how to manage contacts in Outlook. The first activity you must learn to manage contacts in Outlook is how to select contacts. To select a single contact when viewing the Contacts folder in Outlook, click once on the contact’s
Add Bookmarks in Word: Overview You can add bookmarks in Word to mark certain text and create a link to it. This lets you use the “Bookmark” dialog box to find the text again, instead of scrolling through the whole document. You can add bookmarks in Word by selecting the text to which to
Delete Text in Word: Overview You can easily delete text in Word, including individual characters, words, paragraphs, or all the text in a document. Learning how to delete text in Word is a basic skill you must know to use Word effectively. You need to delete text in Word when you occasionally make mistakes
Delete a Page in Publisher: Overview You can delete a page in Publisher by selecting the page to delete in the Navigation Pane when viewing publications. Then click the “Delete” button in the “Pages” button group on the “Page Design” tab within the Ribbon. If using a “Two-Page Spread” layout, then select an option
Remove a Watermark in Word: Overview This lesson shows you how to easily remove a watermark in Word. A watermark is simply an image or text that appears underneath the primary text in a document. Watermarks often display additional information or instructions regarding the primary content. For example, you may see a “DO NOT
Custom 3D Maps in Excel: Overview You can easily create custom 3D maps in Excel. When you create a new scene in a 3D Maps tour, it is associated with a map. By default, the “World Map” is used for most scenes. However, you can also create custom 3D maps from image files, if
Custom Regions in 3D Maps in Excel: Overview Custom Regions in 3D Maps in Excel: Importing Custom Regions You can import your own custom regions in 3D Maps in Excel, if needed. Custom regions in 3D Maps in Excel are defined geospatial regions saved as either “kml” or “shp” files. You often create these
Custom Color Schemes in Publisher: Overview You create custom color schemes in Publisher to apply colors you select to publication elements in a consistent way. To create custom color schemes in Publisher, click the “Page Design” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “More” button in the lower right corner of the “Schemes” list.