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Top 20 Technical & Application Courses of 2017
The New Year is often a time when many businesses and their employees begin to think about ways to introduce formal learning solutions into their development plans. New Horizons offers a large selection of courses to help students further their knowledge and proficiency of software and other areas of technology.
In 2017 we provided almost 14,000 classes to students in all formats, including: Private Group Training, Instructor Led Training (ILT), and Online LIVE classes (OLL).
How To Customize Grammar Settings in Microsoft Word
Auto-Correct is a modern marvel that many people use without even knowing it. Combined with spellcheck, lessons on knowing proper grammar have become less frequent. Computers now make those corrections for us. However, our tech is only so smart and sometimes it does not understand phrasing and names that are common in some industries. Speaking specifically for the tech industry, try writing any kind of guide or case study in Microsoft Word without getting that red edit line somewhere.
9 Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Word
Key commands have always been a part of my work day. I love knowing how to shave off a mere 1 or 2 steps in any process. With everyone wanting everything yesterday, you have to move quickly – get to the finished product without sacrificing design. Keeping up isn’t that difficult when you add some basic key commands to your routine.
How to Use the Co-Authoring Feature in Microsoft Word
When you and your colleagues want to collaborate on a Word document, use real-time co-authoring to see everyone’s changes as they happen. Here are the steps to utilize this productivity boosting feature.
How to Delete an Unwanted Blank Page in Microsoft Word
So there is a blank page either in the middle or at the end of your Word document that cannot seem to be deleted. This is a very common and often frustrating occurrence that many users face while creating content within Microsoft Word. Sure, you can choose to print only select pages, but that doesn’t exactly solve the problem.
How to Create & Use Building Blocks in Microsoft Word
Building Blocks in Microsoft Word allow you to create reusable document content that you can save and then insert into future documents when needed. For example, you can save your company's name and logo as a custom building block that you can easily insert into your future documents without having to recreate all of the content every time.