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Our August 2020 Newsletter Competition - painting by numbers

Posted by Andy Brown on 22 August 2020

Someone has thoughtfully deconstructed a picture into its red, green and blue component parts - your task is to put it back together!

Karen Webber of Goodness Marketing interviews Wise Owl's Andy Brown

Posted by Andy Brown on 23 July 2020

As Wise Owl's marketing guru for the last 15 months (and counting), Karen has got to know us pretty well. Here she interviews Andy Brown to find what makes him (and Wise Owl) tick.

Our website gets a revamped search facility

Posted by Andy Brown on 23 July 2020

We've rewritten our search results page so that it's actually useful, as this short blog explains.

Results of June 2020 Competition - Coronavirus Mini-Sagas

Posted by Andy Brown on 23 July 2020

Out of an impressive field of entries, this month's competition winner is Ray Jennings. Read the sagas yourself to see if you agree with the editor's decision!

Wise Owl Newsletter Competition - July 2020

Posted by Andy Brown on 23 July 2020

Solve our codeword then answer the secret riddle to enter the draw to win this month's prize!

The answer to the word search puzzle from our May 2020 newsletter

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020

This month's puzzle was won by Linda Waterworth, who correctly found all 44 missing Beatles' songs and identified the hidden quotation revealed by the unused letters.

Our June 2020 competition: write a mini-saga containing exactly 50 words

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020

For this month's competition we invite you to summarise your thoughts or experiences of the last three months of lockdown using exactly 50 words.

Should you use JavaScript or VBA to program in Excel?

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020

Is JavaScript for Office (also known as OFFICE-JS) the next big thing? Unless you're a full-time web developer, emphatically no - this blog gives 3 reasons why you should continue to write your Office programs in humble VBA.

Retrieving past items from your clipboard using clipboard history

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020

Windows now lets you retrieve up to the last 25 things you've copied. It does this by keeping a clipboard history, from which you can paste items with a single keystroke.

An update on Annie and Neo, the (no-longer) kittens

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020

We invited you to help name our new kittens 6 months ago. Time then for an update on how Annie and Neo are faring!

Saving the best till last, have a look at Paul Eden's impressive lockdown desk

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 June 2020

This may well be the last in our series of lockdown desks, but it's probably also the most impressive. See what you think!

5 things Sam has done while locked inside!

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 26 June 2020

Our trainers are normally out and about across the entire UK (even Europe sometimes). So what has one of them been doing with all this extra time at home?

FAQ - questions (and answers) about how our online training works

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 19 June 2020

This blog answers some of the frequently asked questions about how our online training works (such as what software and hardware you'll need, and what freebies are included!).

How to configure your webcam, microphone, speakers and much more!

Posted by Sam Lowrie on 19 June 2020

Not sure what you need for our online courses? Here's our definitive guide to setting up your computer sofware and hardware to ensure that everything works smoothly.

Finding beauty in (and explaining) cryptic crossword clues

Posted by Andy Brown on 26 May 2020

Cryptic crossword clues can be ingenious and witty, as this blog tries to explain. The blog tries to convey this owl's passion for the genre, but also to give a mini-tutorial on how cryptic crosswords clues are constructed.

Find 44 related items in a word search and reveal the hidden quotation

Posted by Andy Brown on 25 May 2020

For our competition this month, find 44 items in a collection in our word search grid, and send in the quotation spelt out by the unused letters.

The winner of our April 2020 newsletter competition (and the answer)

Posted by Andy Brown on 25 May 2020

Our April 2020 word search competition was won by Pam Politis - if you came unstuck, this blog reveals the answer!

More snapshots of life during lockdown - working from home

Posted by Andy Brown on 25 May 2020

Following last month's reveal of what Wise Owl nests look like during lockdown, here are three more snapshots of home life from clients and suppliers.

You can now see your booking history on our website

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 April 2020

Clients can now sign on to our website to see a full record of everything they've booked. Wondering if Anna in Accounts has been on an Excel course? Log on to find out!

You can now book and pay for places online!

Posted by Andy Brown on 28 April 2020

We've finally got an online booking and payment system to match the quality of our training, as this blog explains.

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