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Set Your Default Font in MS Word

May 3, 2016

Today I’m sharing a Byte on how to set your default font in MS Word. If the default font isn’t your thing, or your company has a font that they always use, this tip is super handy and saves a lot of time. I chose Comic Sans for my example in an attempt to be Read More

Trusted Intranet Sites

April 8, 2016

When I started at itgroove, the resident co-op student had a few words of jaded advice for me: you’d better get used to entering your login information all of the time here. I went on my days, entering in the login information with the same unaware nonchalance of someone pushing their glasses up their nose, Read More

Readability in Microsoft Word

April 5, 2016

In Microsoft Word, there’s a cool feature you can turn on called “Readability” which shows how readable your document is. It gives you a rating on reading ease, based on the Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease formula. It also tells you the grade level it would require to read your document, in case you’re drafting docs for Read More

April 2016 Newsletter

April 4, 2016

Introducing our second video newsletter for April. We thought we’d hold off on sharing it on the 1st as we didn’t want it to be seen as a joke! We did however, release some “new products” – the itgroove Link Lengthener and itguardian by Fax. Check them out if you’d like! Here’s what we’ve been Read More

Gear VR Demo at the Good Ol’ Hockey Game

April 2, 2016

Like any good Canadians, our office is operated inside of a hockey rink. Every so often, we’ll set up a booth on game nights here. Louis brings his virtual reality headset, and while we have a captive audience, we swoop in to woo them with our charm and branded swag. It’s a great way to Read More

Create Space in OneNote

March 29, 2016

A lot of the time, copying and pasting things into OneNote can really mess up your groove. It can push things out of the way, ruin the format, and just make it plain ugly. Beyond looks, it ruins your productivity because you’ll end up wasting time trying to put things back to where they were. Read More

How to Turn Your Mouse Into a Laser Pointer in PowerPoint

March 24, 2016

Those who know me know I’m a cat lady. My cat goes crazy for the laser pointer. He could be minding his own business, but when that laser clicks, it’s game over. My point is that I think we’re not too dissimilar. PowerPoint has the option to turn your mouse into a laser pointer (actually, Read More

How To Forward a Meeting

March 17, 2016

I think we’ve all forgotten to CC someone we needed to at some point in our lives. So what do you do if you’ve already created a meeting and need to invite another person? You forward the meeting! Bonus: anyone can invite someone else to a meeting, not just the organizer. However, the organizer will Read More

Delay or Schedule an Email in Outlook

March 9, 2016

Today I’m going to share a handy tip on how to delay or schedule an email in Outlook. This feature seems like something that would be helpful for a wide variety of users. For example, our CEO loves what he does so much that he’s involved around-the-clock. One of my coworkers (who shall remain unnamed) Read More

Clean Up Your Inbox

March 8, 2016

On my first day, while being shown the ropes, Sean gave me some good advice to keep my email inbox tidy. The great tips he gave me are mantras of the GO Systemâ„¢ – a tool to get organized and productive. As part of our Adobe Voice projects, we decided to launch a little series Read More

Karin Skapski

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