A really short and simple one this, but it was one that was news to me when someone pointed it out - using Ctrl + [ ] to resize text up and down a point at a time. ICT Tip 066 - Quickly Resize Text.doc
So this is a pretty dull tip, but you'd be amazed how few people know this stuff.
Using Control and/or Shift to select multiple items at once: ICT Tip 056 - Selecting Multiple Items.doc
Another late post - although I have a good excuse this time, I was busy in the ultrasound room for my wife's 20 week scan yesterday
Following on from last week's look-at-the-shiny-3D-effect ICT Tip #47 - Switching Windows with Win+Tab, this week we have the much more useful, useable and sensible alternative: ICT Tip 048 - Switching Windows with Alt+Tab.doc
Best of luck in getting your users to use it
One of those quick little tips that makes life much easier - albeit I opted to show the shiny version to people first, because some people are forever impressed by a little bit of 3D gimmickry. It's like Alt+Tab but less useful, it's... ICT Tip 047 - Switching Windows with Win+Tab.doc!
I don't know why I bother trying to build up suspense when I name the tip in the title of every post
I have been really lax with this, sorry. Missed last week and late this week. Can you tell that I've hit the traditional pre-Summer ramping up of work?
#40 gets skipped out as it was only relevant internally, so on to #41 - a simple one that you and I couldn't live without, yet remains a mystery to most: ICT Tip 041 - Using Tab to move between input fields.doc
Nevermore will you struggle to bite your tongue as a user types out their username, then reaches for the mouse, overshoots the password box,
Dead easy one this one. It got frustrating watching people minimise every window in sight when I asked them to go to a shortcut on the desktop, so I went off and wrote up ICT Tip 035 - Show the Desktop.doc
Do what you will with it, so long as you make no profit (unless you make some and send it all to me, that's fine )