Simplify your scheduling
A busy day means a complicated calendar. With Office 365, students at SMU can easily set up and manage your meetings–saving you time to get more done.
See other people’s calendars
Add a team member directly to your calendar view to see their availability whenever you want. Overlay their calendar with yours or hide it as needed.
Quickly set up a meeting
See the availability of all attendees and nearby conference rooms without leaving your meeting invitation.
Search your calendar
Need to find an event on your calendar but don’t know when it occurred? Whether you’re using Outlook or Outlook Web App, you can quickly search your calendar, or other people’s calendars, to find a particular event.
For more information on Office 365 at SMU, please visit our webpage http://www.smu.edu/BusinessFinance/OIT/Services/o365.
When working on spreadsheets you might have a need to have a column that has leading zeros. For example, let’s use an ID number, if I was to input the beginning of my id “0010” Excel would automatically remove the first two zeros. Here’s how to keep the leading zero in Excel:
- Right-click on the column you want the leading zero, and select Format Cells.
- Select Custom from the category list.
- In the Type field, enter how many digits you need. The SMU ID is 8 digits which we will use in our example below. (Note: You do not need to add quotes to the string.)
4. Click OK. The column will now utilize the format you created!
The IT Help Desk receives reports daily from individuals having trouble using different websites. These reports seem to be growing more and more frequent, and functionality within websites seems to be impacted with each browser upgrade. The following are some troubleshooting tips we use which may help you the next time an application isn’t working as expected in your browser! Continue reading Internet Browser Troubleshooting Tips