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June 2013

Welcome to The Fourth R Newsletter


We're pleased to present you with the June issue of The Fourth R Newsletter. This edition continues with the Office generic features series.

This month's article takes a look at effective SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) practices for websites. As Google changes its method to catalogue websites so frequently, it is important to adapt to change. An effective technique one month could be somewhat useless the next.

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SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) Part 2


The following list of general tips can assist administrators in improving the position of a website in search results.

1. Keywords - In the HTML head tags of a website, keywords are read by search engine spiders as part of its criteria to catalogue a site.

2. Titles - In the head tags again, you can add wording that is similar to the keywords to assist in positioning.

3. Use wording in the body of a webpage that includes the keywords. The more these words are seen, the better the chance your website appears at the top of the search results.

4. Backlinks - These are referral hyperlinks (i.e. hyperlinks that link back to your website). You can build backlinks by registering your address on other websites.

5. Headings - Using a heading (with H1 tags for example) is also an effective technique.

Note: Whilst these tips can be helpful, it's important to avoid exploiting any of the above methods. The consequences are not worth the risk. For instance, backlinking to less reputable websites can get your site banned. Keyword stuffing in a website for the sake of positioning can also bring unwanted attention. There is a delicate balance between exploitation and reasonable expectations.



Generic Office - Quick Access Toolbar (Part 2 of 4)


In part 2 of this 4 part series, we take a look at adding functions to the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT). The QAT can appear above or below you ribbons and aid as a handy reference point for your favourite functions. Follow the steps below to add functions to your QAT.

Step 1,

Open Microsoft Word

Step 2,

Select File, Options, Quick Access Toolbar

Step 3,

Double click on the "Accept and Move to Next" function (it should now appear on the right side of the window). Repeat for the next two functions in the list.

Step 4

Select the "Accept and Move to Next" function that you added to your list and click on the up arrow at the right side of the window pane to reposition the function.

Step 5,

Select the next function that you added to the list and click on the remove button (in the middle of the window pane).

Step 6,

Click OK for the changes to be applied.

Your Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) should now have the additional functions that you added in the steps above.

  • Next time we look at the Smart Art diagram function.



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