Melissa P Esquibel

Learn the difference between SumIf and SumIfs … Dissect formulas in order to fix them … Clean up inconsistent date formats.

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Can I hide documents that have a status other than approved in a document library? In fact it’s just a couple of clicks to set this up in an existing library: Navigate to the library that needs this feature. From the Ribbon, click on the Library Settings button. Select Versioning Settings in the General Settings […]

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Q. What is OneNote? It’s on all my Ribbons.

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Q. Do I need Internet Explorer in order to use SharePoint 2010?

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Q. Where’s the old Find/Replace dialog box in Word 2010?

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How to Pivot a Pivot

by Melissa P Esquibel on October 15, 2012 11:52am

in The Office Tech Pro

For those with nice clean simple datasets to work with, this might seem like a silly thing to want to do. For those of us who deal with some monster-sized data exports, this could solve so many problems. While you can’t EXACTLY pivot a pivot, in Excel 2010 you can create a data subset with a Pivot Table that can be copied, pasted and “re-pivoted” in just a few clicks.

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Multiple Duplicate Worksheets: Click on the first worksheet tab and hold down the Shift key. Keeping the Shift key down, click on the last worksheet. They should all appear white, rather than gray. Now, just start typing. What you do on one sheet will also be on the remaining selected worksheets.

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Q. Why can’t I “script” animation in PowerPoint 2010? All I can do is add animation?

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The Clear Formats Button: Did you ever inherit a badly formatted document just wish you could start over? Use Ctrl+A to select all the text and on the Home tab, in the Font group, click the Clear Format button. Now, put in your own formatting!

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Q. Can I have a shortcut to insert a Quick Part?

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