Melissa P Esquibel

There are some pretty geeky ways to create forms in Microsoft Office. Start with these less geeky solutions first.

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Generate something participants can take away that supports your message—and helps them act on it.

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Q. Can I animate charts once I paste them into PowerPoint from Excel?

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Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel answers readers’ questions about this ever more popular program.

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Microsoft Office applications have always had the capability to work together. These days, there’s much more interoperability than most people use.

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Naming ranges in Excel can make anything from formulas to dashboards easier to build and data easier to find.

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Q. I use files from all over the place. How can I tell what file I’m in and where it is located while I’m working on it?

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Q. When I add a cover page and mark my page numbering “different first page” the first page still stays Page 2. Any suggestions?

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One of the hardest things to do is to get people to put things in the right places. Even when you had “sub-sub-sub-sub” folders on your network drive, people still put things in the wrong spots. With the Content Organizer feature activated in your Document Center site, all they will ever have to do is upload their documents into a Drop-off library. SharePoint does all the routing based on content type and other parameters you set up. Here is how it works.

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Under the heading of “Great Functions I Never Knew,” is the AGGREGATE function.

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