Tech Tuesday: KISS Series, Part 9

Each Tuesday, pleasureinlearning brings you Tech Tuesday.  Come back each week for more ways to become efficient and effective in your use of technology. 


This article is part of a multi-part series aligned with the KISS principle.  If you missed the first few posts, take time to read the series from the beginning.

I’ve been looking over some of the posts in this series and it seems they are all related to keyboard combinations.  Perhaps the KISS acronym should be changed to Keyboards IS Super!  That doesn’t have quite the right ring.  Plus, Brian, our writer in residence, might kick me off of this blog.  Nevermind.  We’ll keep the acronym like it is.

Today I promise your keyboard won’t be involved one bit.  Ever find yourself working on a document that you want to send to a colleague?  The Microsoft Office programs have built in sending features, assuming you’re using Outlook (or, more technically, if the default email client on your computer is set up properly).  Just head over to the File menu of an open document.  There is a Share option (2013) or a Save & Send option (2010).  From there you can send the document as an attachment in its original form or as a PDF.

The only thing you have to use your keyboard for is to write up the email.  Is that cheating?

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2 comments on “Tech Tuesday: KISS Series, Part 9

  1. My goodness, grammatical errors are evidence that the person is still writing, like a person still breathing.

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