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If you’re confused by the three versions of Microsoft Office that are available this year, technology editor Dave Johnson has a simple explanation of each one.
Microsoft Office 2013 has arrived with some new features that could make your job easier.
Q. How can I create my own custom bullet points?
How to select a shape and use Ctrl+Shift+ to reduce or increase its height or width.
Q. What is OneNote? It’s on all my Ribbons.
Here are three websites specializing in all things Office.
“This is the biggest, most ambitious release of Office that we’ve ever done in our history,” Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer said recently about Office 2013. Embracing the mobile world, it brings touch-based controls and cloud storage, giving you access to your files from any computer, anywhere.
Keeping previous versions of a document while modifying it makes it easy to step back from recent changes and move forward from there.
In Word, the clipboard works well when you’re working on contracts, legal documents or policy documents that reuse certain language ... In Excel, it can be useful to copy and paste column headers and other static text. However, it can be quite confusing to understand how it behaves with formulas.
In Microsoft Office, you can create hyperlinks that would allow, for example, the ability to open an Excel workbook by clicking on the underlined words, “See Excel workbook entitled …” When you’re not sure how best to integrate two applications, sometimes a hyperlink is the best answer.