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Being more efficient with your technology.

Simplify and enhance your work by adopting these quick wins. They will enable you to be significantly more efficient in your computer usage. For maximum impact, use as many as you can.

Adopt these favourite efficiency tips to simplify and enhance working on your computer

 


For great time-saving tips, look up our Archive of Tech Tips or look through the the Technology Information for Staff website.

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Display the Weather on your Outlook Calendar

Should you wish to, you can display the weather in Outlook above your calendar.
  1. Open Microsoft Outlook
  2. Click the File menu (at the far left end of the Ribbon)
  3. Click Options (at the bottom of the File menu)
    The Outlook Options dialogue box displays.
  4. Click the Calendar tab (in the upper left corner of the dialogue box)
  5. Scroll down to the bottom of the dialogue box, to the check box / tick box: “Show weather on the calendar”
  6. Check/tick the check box
  7. Select Celsius or Fahrenheit
  8. Click the OK button to save the change.

The weather now displays above your calendar.

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For great time-saving tips, look up our Archive of Tech Tips or look through the the Technology Information for Staff website.

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Outlook Tips: Email management, calendar wrangling, etc

If you are looking for Outlook tips, you have come to the right place. Email management, calendar wrangling, typing using Macrons, emailing files in effortless ways… it’s all in this Outlook compilation from the Tech Tips Archive:

Outlook Tech Tips

Enjoy!


For more great time-saving tips, look up our Archive of Tech Tips or look through the the Technology Information for Staff website.

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Display Non-Consecutive Days in Outlook

Did you know you can view any day(s) of any week(s), side by side, in Outlook‘s Calendar view?

This is an incredibly useful feature when you’re trying to find a free time to meet with someone.

Watch this  two minute video to learn how.

Check out our Archive of Tech Tips. Click the link, then press the ‘End’ key on your keyboard to jump to the end of the Archive list where the most recent Tips are.

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Change the Default Temperature Unit in Calendar

If you have switched to Microsoft Outlook 2013 you may have noticed the weather displaying above your Calendar.  You may also have noticed that the default temperature unit is Fahrenheit – not Celcius, which we use here in New Zealand.

This is how you can change the default temperature unit in Outlook Calendar 2013 to Celcius (or even switch it off if you wish).


Check out our Archive of Tech Tips – open it and hit the “End” key on your keyboard to jump to the end of the Archive list where the most recent Tips are.

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