Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Office’

How to Use OneNote to Become a Master Note-Taker

There’s not much to say about OneNote that hasn’t already been said. It’s Microsoft’s best-kept secret, one of the most underhyped Windows apps, and an overall productivity beast. It’s been out for over 10 years and just now starting to get the appreciation it deserves. Microsoft has recently opened the app up to more users ...

3 Tips from an Excel Expert

Six months ago, I had never used Excel before, and today, I’m an international champion. This month I won third place in the 2013 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship, where I represented the United States with five other students in the ultimate productivity competition. I competed against 100 finalists, who outmatched more than 344,000 total ...

6 MS Office Tips from the World’s Best Student Users

If you’re an incoming college freshman, you probably used Microsoft Office in some capacity during your elementary to high school years. Presentations required PowerPoint, papers required Word, and if you took any sort of general computer class during high school, you likely learned the basics of Excel. But these applications are not just used to ...

UPDATE: HackCollege and Microsoft Office Giveaway Still Going!

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 is still up for grabs! Many have entered so far, but we’re not done until September 4th—so you still have time to enter! Here’s how: 1. Go to HackCollege’s Facebook Page 2. Upload a photo of your desktop (having HackCollege on your computer screen is just for bonus points, and ...