Melissa P Esquibel

Q. When should I create a page, and when should I create a subsite?

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You can easily create an organization chart us­ing the Hierarchy Smart­­Art diagrams, but you can also make it interactive in PowerPoint using called actions.

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There are many good reasons to reverse engineer an Excel workbook. Let’s take a look at how to decode the structure of a workbook. Then, we’ll see how to demystify tricky formulas. Finally, we’ll take a peek at how to reveal workbook linkage to other workbooks.

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Q.  What is the best way to let people know about an update to a list or library?

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Is there a better way to make comments in reply email text other than different font colors?

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When I send documents to people, they turn track changes off. What can I do to prevent this? Since Word can edit pdfs now, what can I do to prevent changes to my Word doc when I send it to someone?

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Duplicate data in Excel can throw a monkey wrench into your information processing works. Here are three solutions for handling it.

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Trying to collaborate in email is always a challenge. However, if you have Outlook, you can make your comments stand out using an option on, of all things, Stationery.

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Permissions can become confusing in SharePoint. A few basic principles help clear the mist a little. The more complex you allow your permissions structure to become, the less secure and, ultimately, the bigger nightmare it is to administer.

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One of the exercises to do while preparing for a SharePoint rollout is to think about how it can be used to answer questions that would otherwise fill up email or voice mail. A well-built company-facing team site should be a reliable resource for frequently asked questions. With a few tweaks, the Issues List app (or list template in 2010) can serve two functions: a place to record open issues or questions, and, when answered, an FAQ.

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