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Here are three links to meet those basic daily math needs.

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The Pivot Table doesn’t automatically show up in Values, and when you drag it there, it shows up as a Count and not a Sum. The problem is that the field contains alphanumeric values, rather than just numeric values.

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PowerPoint 2010 provides a multitude of options when including photographs in your presentations. Begin experimenting by going to the Insert tab, Images group, and click the picture icon. A good example to practice on is one from the Sample Pictures called Tulips.

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Select a large range of cells without holding down that mouse button … See the resulting value of a formula in edit mode … Choose any chartable range and insert a new work sheet with your data charted in the default chart format.

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In a Title and Content slide, type a question in the Title area and answers in the Content placeholder. On the Devel­­oper tab, click Visual Basic (VB)

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The beauty of SharePoint is how it can bend and flex to the individual end-user’s wants and needs. Here are a few options to consider when setting up your SharePoint libraries.

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In Excel 2007/2010, you’ll find this button on the Data tab, Outline group.

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Here are some promising apps for everything from sending unlimited free texts to transforming a smartphone into a walkie-talkie.

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After selecting the file to import, a message may appear that says, “The specified file is not a valid spreadsheet or contains no data to import.”

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If the Navigation Pane is not already showing on the left side of the screen, it will pop up, providing a search field.

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