Melissa P Esquibel

Q. I’m always customizing my slides even though I use a SlideMaster. Why should I even bother with a SlideMaster?

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What is the best way to design email retention policies that both minimize risk and optimize productivity?

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Q. Is it really worth going to Excel 2013?

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Q. Is there an easier way to create a formula across work sheets than clicking on each cell you want to add to the formula?

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VLookUp is a powerful and useful function in Excel. It allows you to look up a value in a list and return any column from the look-up column, left. But what if your look-up column isn’t the first one?

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Readers ask what to do about managing large numbers of meeting replies and how to analyze calendar data from previous years.

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The No. 1 reason SharePoint implementations fail is lack of engagement. You can do a few key things to avoid this situation from the very start.

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If you’ve ever inherited a workbook that has been passed down from several individuals without a lot of Excel knowledge who had a very definite idea of what they wanted, but not how to get it in the best way possible, learning opportunities abound. Here are the biggest lessons that came out of a real whopper …

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Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel takes to the Help Desk to respond to reader questions about MS Word.

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One of the best features of SharePoint 2010 and 2013 is the way it permits co-authoring. Co-authoring means more than one person is in a document, workbook or presentation at the same time editing different parts. It works differently in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

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