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650+ Tips on Microsoft Office Tools for Finance Professionals

Introduction to the 650+ tips on Microsoft Office tools on an orange and white background with an illustration.

Microsoft Office is a collection of desktop productivity tools created primarily for corporate usage. It was originally made available in 1990 and is a Microsoft Corporation proprietary software.

Therefore, in terms of providing contemporary office-related document-handling software environments, Microsoft Office has long been the industry standard.

I just discovered this immense catalog of tips made by Karen Roem. This is a collection of more than 650 tips (654 tips at the date of this post) to make you better at all the Windows and Microsoft Office tools.

Here are my favorite three tips for Microsoft Office from Karen:

Top 10 Microsoft Outlook shortcuts

  1. CTRL + 1 and CTRL + 2 – Toggle between mail and calendar
  2. CTRL + F – Forward a mail message
  3. CTRL + G – Go to a specific date
  4. CTRL + K – Check names in address fields and resolve them against the address book
  5. CTRL + K – Insert Hyperlink
  6. CTRL + SHIFT + 8 – Show/hide paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols
  7. F3 – AutoComplete Quick Parts
  8. F4 – Find text in an email message
  9. SHIFT + F1 – Reveal Formatting
  10. SHIFT + F3 – Toggle between upper case, lower case, and sentence case

Create a bulleted list in Excel

  1. Select the cell where the list is to appear.
  2. After that, press ALT + 7 on the numeric keypad.
  3. Then, type your text.
  4. Press ALT + ENTER if you want to insert another bullet in the same cell.
  5. Additionally, repeat steps 2 – 4.

Shortcuts in Microsoft Office Windows

WIN + D can be used as a toggle to minimize and maximize all windows. But what if you just want to have a quick peek at something on your desktop? Check out the preview shortcut!

Here’s how:

  1. Firstly, press and hold down the WIN key (the one next to your spacebar) and press the spacebar.
  2. Afterward, release the WIN key to return to your last used window.

The Final Verdict – Understanding Microsoft Office Apps Is A Must!

These shortcuts can benefit you hugely in your everyday tasks in Microsoft Office. Therefore, it is important to know how to implement them. If you like this post, you can also check these Excel tips.

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