Articles By Helen Bradley

How to create your first Microsoft Access database

If you own a version of Microsoft Office that includes Access (Office Professional 2010 is the most current version), but you've never used it, you're overlooking a powerful tool for organizing and analyzing

Published on: April 24th, 2012 Helen Bradley

10 provocative PowerPoint presentation practices

PowerPoint is practically synonymous with presentations. The application has all the tools you need to make a professional-looking slideshow that pops with audio, video, and custom animations. However, some features for designing a

Published on: April 17th, 2012 Helen Bradley

10 tips for mastering Microsoft Word’s spell check feature

You use Microsoft Word's spelling checker every day, and probably just as often encounter some of the tool's puzzling behavior. Do you know how to get rid of a word that you mistakenly

Published on: March 14th, 2012 Helen Bradley

10 powerful Microsoft Excel tips to have you working faster, smarter

Excel puts lots of great tools on your desktop, but what each one of them does isn't always obvious, especially since so many Excel features are hidden. Would you like to create multiple lines of text

Published on: January 27th, 2012 Helen Bradley

10 Microsoft Word power tips to blaze through work

Not everything that Microsoft Word 2010 can do is obvious from a quick look at the tools on the main ribbon toolbar. Some features are buried in the Options menu or in dialog

Published on: January 6th, 2012 Helen Bradley