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Teresa Coleman Computer TutorWant to get more out of your PC, laptop or mobile phone? Teresa Coleman offers a tutoring service aimed at those who want to develop their computer skills and gain confidence with everyday tasks including email, the internet, Social Media, printing, creating documents, spreadsheets and much more.

One to one and group training options are available.

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  • Computer Tutoring
    Learn how to use your Windows PC or laptop more effectively. Manage files, send and receive emails, use the internet, create documents and print them.
  • Social Media for Beginners
    Get started on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn and other Social Media platforms. What are they? How do you use them? What about safety and privacy?
  • Microsoft Excel for Beginners / Improvers
    Learn how to create and manage spreadsheets. Includes formulae, functions, charts and printing.
  • Microsoft Excel Consultancy
    Helping you to get the most from Excel in your business. Learn how to use Excel to solve specific problems for project work, data management, cleansing, import and export.
  • Tutoring on specific Excel topics
    Learn how to create formulae, charts, pivot tables, VLOOKUPs or any other advanced topics in Microsoft Excel.

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For further information about the courses available or to enquire about your specific needs, please call 087 835 8635.

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In Excel, to store a number with a text format instead of a number format, type a single quote (') into the cell before you type in the number ... See MoreSee Less

In Excel, to store a number with a text format instead of a number format, type a single quote () into the cell before you type in the number

To insert multiple rows or columns in an Excel spreadsheet, select the same number of preexisting rows or columns that you want to add. Then, right-click and select "Insert." ... See MoreSee Less

To insert multiple rows or columns in an Excel spreadsheet, select the same number of preexisting rows or columns that you want to add. Then, right-click and select Insert.

Press CTRL + SHIFT + 8 to show the hidden formatting characters in a Microsoft Word document (on Windows).
Try it to see what it looks like. The formatting characters in the image below are the small arrows (these are tabs) and the symbols at the ends of the lines (these are return characters).
This can help if you are working on a document with lots of formatting which seems to have gone a bit wrong.
Just delete the formatting characters that you don't want.
Press CTRL + SHIFT + 8 again to turn them off.
... See MoreSee Less

Press CTRL + SHIFT + 8 to show the hidden formatting characters in a Microsoft Word document (on Windows).
Try it to see what it looks like. The formatting characters in the image below are the small arrows (these are tabs) and the symbols at the ends of the lines (these are return characters). 
This can help if you are working on a document with lots of formatting which seems to have gone a bit wrong. 
Just delete the formatting characters that you dont want.
Press CTRL + SHIFT + 8 again to turn them off.