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10 Essential Microsoft Teams Keyboard Shortcuts

November 16, 2020

Posted in: Microsoft or Windows, Tech Tips

Microsoft Office Teams badge icon Keyboard shortcuts are the easiest way to perform different tasks on Microsoft Teams. Instead of moving your cursor here and there, simply use the keyboard commands to perform specific tasks. This not only saves time, but also makes you more productive and allows you to get the work done faster. The following are some useful...

Android 10: Share and Connect to Wifi Networks with QR Codes

Posted in: Google/Chrome, Tech Tips

Android phone If you have upgraded to the most recent version of the Android operating system, Android 10, then you will love its new Wi-Fi sharing feature. Sharing Wi-Fi passwords can be really daunting, particularly when you are not keen on writing down or texting the information. You can easily and securely share your Wi-Fi connection with...

Adobe Acrobat DC: Extracting Pages from a Bigger PDF

Posted in: Adobe Acrobat, Tech Tips

Adobe Acrobat DC logo Extracting a single or multiple pages from a PDF file is quite simple with Adobe Acrobat DC (if you use another product, chances are the steps are similar). The steps involved are quite straightforward, but for first-time users, it can be a little tricky. Here is what you need to know: Open the file in Adobe...

Organizing Files in “Stacks”

Posted in: Apple, Tech Tips

MAC OS Stacks Screen Capture Attention Mac users: Did you know you can keep files on your desktop neat and organized in groups using the "stacks" feature on MacOS? With stacks, whenever you save a file in the Dock or on the desktop, it will be automatically added to a stack, helping you keep your files organized. Stacks can be...

Customizing the Start Menu in Windows 10

Posted in: Microsoft or Windows, Tech Tips

Windows 10 Start Menu The Start Menu on Microsoft Windows is a central launching point for your computer applications and for performing various tasks. Today, it combines the tiles of older Windows 8 with a stylish, touch-friendly user interface. You can  customize the Start Menu to increase productivity; here are a few tips on doing that. Resize the Start...

New Features in Zoom Breakout Rooms

Posted in: Tech Tips, Virtual Meetings, Working Remotely

Zoom telemeeting Smaller and more focused discussions have been one of the most interesting features of in-person meetings, and Zoom has now made this very element available through its Breakout Rooms. Participants of your meetings can now choose to move between the Breakout Rooms without having to wait for the host to assign them a Breakout Room....

How and Why to Change Your Cursor

Posted in: Apple, Microsoft or Windows, Tech Tips

How to change mouse pointer size on a Mac “Then, you’ll click here.” “I’m just going to make that edit here.” “Do you see my mouse?” These are just a few examples of comments you'll hear during online meetings with screensharing during this new work-from-home era. While sharing or collaborating on documents during online meetings, it can be hard for people to follow along...

ROSS Intelligence Introduces Free Research via Chrome Extension

Posted in: Google/Chrome, Tech Tips

Ross Intelligence Screen Capture Florida Bar member benefit provider ROSS Intelligence has launched a free Chrome extension to make finding case law easy from any website. It allows you to connect text on a webpage to up-to-date case law. You can find out if a legal holding in Michigan holds true in New York. You can see if the...

iOS 14: New Privacy and Security Features You Should Know

Posted in: Apple, iPad/iPhone, Mobile, Security, Tech Tips

iOS 14 was released last week and among its myriad new features, a few good privacy enhancements arrived. Better Control Over Apps Access to Your Camera and Mic Ever get a feeling that someone is watching you? Well, in the past, maybe someone has. This is why Apple has made it mandatory for apps to...

Making a Formula in Excel

Posted in: Microsoft or Windows, Tech Tips

Just like a calculator, you can create simple formulas in Excel to add, subtract, multiply, and divide.  Simple formulas always start with an equal sign (=), followed by constants that are numeric values and calculation operators such as plus (+), minus (-), asterisk (*), or forward slash (/) signs. Entering a Formula Click into the...