Have you been frustrated recently with how your Mac doesn’t scroll like it used to? If so, I hope you find the tips in the video below helpful.
New Login Screen
As was recently announced via General Announcements Google has changed the login screen for services like webmail, calendar and Drive. In addition to the new look, you will now need to enter your full e-mail address when logging in (your alternate e-mail address will not work). Below is a screenshot of the new login screen.
New Drive Activity Stream
Google recently added a new feature to the Drive experience called “activity stream”. The idea is to provide a single, easy-to-view place to review every action taken on your files and folders. Learn more here.
Have you ever wanted to insert a table of contents in your Word document, but aren’t sure how? The video below will show you how to do just that on both a Windows and Mac computer.
Below is a video tutorial on how you can set your out-of-office automated e-mail reply message.
Have you ever needed to insert page numbers in Microsoft Word but you want those numbers to start on a page other than the first page of the document? The video below will show you how to do just that on both a Windows and Mac computer.
Google recently moved the links that had appeared at the top of your screen in a dark toolbar to a menu accessed by clicking an icon with 9 small black squares. Below is a screenshot showing the old and the new ways to access these resources.
Colby Apps Drive is a great place to create and share documents, but what if you have a document created in Microsoft Word or Excel or a PDF? In the following video I’ll show you how you can upload those files to your Colby Apps Drive and convert them so they are fully editable on the web.
NOTE: Colby Apps Drive is NOT the place for private, institutional or sensitive information (as defined at here)
NOTE: After this recording Google changed their Toolbar location, for more information check this post.
Have you ever been frustrated by misbehaving formatting or mysterious alignment in Microsoft Word? Below is a video describing a feature that may help you track down what is going on.
Excel’s status bar (at the bottom of every Excel window) will show you some quick calculations based on the cells you have highlighted. Here is a brief video showing you how this works.
Google recently added a new feature to their webmail system that allows you to easily create calendar events based on the contents of e-mail messages. Here is a brief video showing how this feature works:
Note: For more information please check out Googles own documentation.