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How to display the Developer tab (and macros) in Word

Posted by Roger Hyttinen on

The option to create and edit macros in Word is located on the Developer tab on the Ribbon. However, it’s hidden by default so you’ll need to go into your Word Options to display it. The Developer checkbox is located under the Customize Ribbon category in the Customize the Ribbon window. To Display the Developer Tab: Click the File tab on the Ribbon and click Options. Click Customize Ribbon in the left pane. In the Customize the Ribbon window on the right, click the checkbox next to Developer to check it. Click OK. The Developer tab will now display on the...

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How to change the keyboard shortcut for a macro in Word

Posted by Roger Hyttinen on

How to change the keyboard shortcut for a macro in Word

Have you ever created a macro and then forgotten the keyboard shortcut for it? Or perhaps you want to change the keyboard shortcut for a macro to something easier to remember. Whatever the reason, changing the shortcut is easy – as long as you know where to look, that is. You might think that it would be somewhere in the Visual Basic macro code. But alas, it is not. It’s actually located under the Customize Ribbon category of Word Options. To Change the Keyboard Shortcut of a Macro Click the File tab on the Ribbon and then click Options. In...

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Microsoft Access 2016 Level 1 is now available for download

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Microsoft Access 2016 Level 1 is now available for download

Microsoft Access 2016 Level 1 is now available for download from the PCM Courseware library. You can preview the first three chapters of each course from our Microsoft Access page. Microsoft Access 2016 courses are forthcoming.

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Microsoft Word 2016 Level 2 course now available for download

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Microsoft Word 2016 Level 2 course now available for download

Microsoft Word 2016 Level 2 is now available for download from the PCM Courseware library. You can preview the first three chapters of each course from our Microsoft Word page.Microsoft Access 2016 courses are forthcoming.

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Using Transform to Scale and Rotate Images in Photoshop

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Using Transform to Scale and Rotate Images in Photoshop

This post is part of the Learning Photoshop Series The Transform menu contains commands that allow you to rotate and scale your images. You must first create a selection around the layer or element you wish to transform. When the Scale command is selected, a box with sizing handles and a center point appears. You can change the size of an image (scale) by clicking on any of the sizing handles and dragging in the desired direction. Hold down the Shift key as you drag to maintain proportions. Dragging inwards reduces the size of the image whereas dragging outwards increases...

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