A really quick and easy way to define your styles in Word is to use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + S. For example, if you want to change the style of a title, place your mouse on the title and click Ctrl + Shift + S. Click Modify to modify the style. You can… Continue reading #446 Define Styles in Word: Ctrl + Shift + S shortcut
Using the Navigation Pane in Word is the easiest way to move content around your document if you are using Headings. I have found this extremely useful when managing a large document with lots of sections and subsections. Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash
I discovered how to define a new number format in Word when writing a document with learning outcomes. Instead of writing LO 1 manually, this little tip allowed me to add it automatically. Watch this video to show you how… Photo by Alex Hay on Unsplash
The magnifier is a useful, but slightly hidden, accessibility feature in iOS. Once you have switched the magnifying tool on, you only need a triple click on the home button to launch it. One of the great things about this bit of tech, is that it doesn’t just magnify, but can be used to automatically… Continue reading #374 Use iOS to magnify your world!
PowerPoint has an inbuilt tool to help make sure that your slides are optimised for people using screen readers. They also include a really helpful table which highlights some common mistakes that can make your slides inaccessible for people with disabilities. If you’re also worried about your Word documents, the same feature can be found… Continue reading #369 Worried your PowerPoints aren’t accessible? Get some help!