Do you need project management for your Mac? Finding the best project management for your needs can be difficult. Although the most popular project management software, Microsoft Project, is currently Windows-dependent, there are other project management tools available that’ll work with your Mac.
Your Mac probably contains hundreds of important documents and thousands of sentimental photos. If you don’t have a backup, a single careless moment could lose them all forever. A spill from a cup of coffee, a fall onto a concrete floor, or an opportunistic thief are all enough for your data to be gone for good. Trust me, you want to back up everything.
If you use a Mac for business, you need to keep it secure. Even if you use your Mac for personal use, if you do a lot of financial transactions online, you may still wish to protect your computer. Here’s what you need to know about antivirus software for the Mac.
Your Mac is only as good as the apps you use. There’s no point trying to write the next Great American Novel with TextEdit or limiting yourself to Chess for all your entertainment needs. With thousands of apps available, how do you find the good ones? Well, we’ve made an attempt based on our experience using Macs over the last few years. This obviously can’t be an exhaustive list, but it’s a good starting place.
Bullet points are one of those stylistic features of Microsoft PowerPoint that you’ll find in almost every presentation. And I’ll show you how to use bullet points in PowerPoint in this lesson.
Whether you’re just starting out or established in your career, most of us struggle with personal finances. Good personal finance software can help you manage your money, but there are a lot of options out there. Which money management software should you choose?
Formatting a spreadsheet is really about adding style so that your data is easy to read and interpret. When a spreadsheet is properly formatted, you can glance over the data and understand it much more quickly than flat data alone.
A table of contents in PowerPoint can really set the stage for your reader or audience to see where the presentation is headed. Let’s learn how to make a table of contents in PowerPoint in this quick lesson.
Mind maps are a tool that can really help you organize your thoughts when you’re developing an idea. And they’re easy enough to create in Microsoft PowerPoint.
It’s not unusual for a PowerPoint file to be somewhat large. Yet many email providers have a file size limitation for attachments. Since Microsoft PowerPoint files are often shared via email or online, you may need to compress the file down so that it fits as an attachment.
Microsoft Excel is often used for business cases, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t add multimedia like images to a spreadsheet. Let’s learn how to insert an image into Excel.
Do you need to use a pitch deck for your presentation?
Your company’s logo is a great way to brand your PowerPoint slides. When you want to add it to a presentation, there’s a far better way to do it than to manually add it to each slide.
Sometimes, you’ll need to put together multiple PowerPoint presentations in one file. In this short tutorial and video you’ll learn how to merge PowerPoint presentations.