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.
Conditional Formatting in Excel: Overview Conditional formatting in Excel lets you define criteria for cells which change the way the cells look in the worksheet, but only if the cells’ values match the criteria. For example, you could create a conditional formatting criterion that makes a worksheet cell appear with a red fill color
Edit Text in Acrobat Pro DC: Overview You can easily edit text in Acrobat Pro DC. To do this, however, the security settings of the PDF must allow for editing. You can change both the content and appearance of text in a text box within a PDF page. Note that editing text in Acrobat
Add an Identity Plate to a Slideshow in Lightroom Classic CC: Overview How to Add an Identity Plate to a Slideshow in Lightroom Classic CC You can easily add an identity plate to a slideshow in Lightroom Classic CC. The “Overlays” panel in Lightroom Classic CC’s Slideshow module lets you add an identity plate
Attach Files to a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC: Overview You can attach files to a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC. These files can be of many file types, including other PDF files. Alternatively, to attach files to a PDF using the older Acrobat XI, instead, please see our previous blog post, titled “Attach
Create Columns in Word: Overview You may need to create columns in Word for documents that need them, like a newsletter. This is helpful for separating text vertically. When you create columns in Word, the text flows from one column to the next on the same page. Also note that you can add columns
Insert Equations in Word: Overview This lesson shows you how to insert equations in Word within a document. This lesson covers inserting a preset equation and also manually entering an equation. To insert equations in Word from one of the preset equations, first place your cursor at the insertion point in your document
Charts in Access: Overview You can create charts in Access by using the “Chart Wizard” to add charts to reports. The “Chart Wizard” creates charts that represent data from your queries or tables. There are many chart types available. Charts appear as controls in reports. To add charts in Access to reports, click the