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#ITbites – Part 2

July 1st, 2022 | by
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Whether it’s a shortcut, tutorial, tip or trick – since February 2022, we’ve been providing you with all kinds of life hacks from the IT sector every three weeks via our social media channels Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #ITbites.

Don’t have one of the two social media accounts? No problem! Today we’re recapping the #ITbites from Q2 2022 for you here on the blog so you don’t miss a thing. You missed the lifehacks from the 1st quarter? Then feel free to check out our last post 😊

No. 1: Open search window

You are looking for a certain word in a long list or a long text?
No matter in which application – with this shortcut you can easily open a search window:

Tastaturen mit ausgwwählten Tasten

Windows: [Strg] + [F] // Mac: [cmd] + [F]
Source: Own illustration

No. 2: Print document

You need to print a document or a web page quickly? With the following shortcut it’s no problem anymore.
Unless there is not enough paper. Or the color magenta is empty. Or the printer has to communicate with the home planet.

Tastaturen mit ausgewählten Tasten

Windows: [Strg] + [P] // Mac: [cmd] + [P]
Source: Own illustration

No. 3: Search engine operators

We all know search engines. But do you know how to get more targeted results?
This is where special characters, so-called operators, are involved.

We have put together a few useful examples for the Google search engine:

Overview of Google Operators

Source: Own illustration

 

Your lifehacks

Are you already using lifehacks from the IT sector? Then share them with us and our readers – just leave us a comment below this post or send us an e-mail with the subject “#ITbites – New Lifehack”.
We are looking forward to your lifehacks and hope you have fun trying them out!

 

Responsible for the content of this article are Nicole Kaminski and Anastasios Krikas.

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2 responses to “#ITbites – Part 2”

  1. Georg Schramm says:

    Ich benutze häufig: “define:” (z.B. define:WYSIWYG, define:SNMP) konzentriert die Suche auf Beschreibungen des Suchbegriffs. Kann bei Akronymen schon mal hilfreich sein.

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