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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.
Q. I used to use a button called Select Visible Cells in Excel 2003. I can’t find it anywhere in Excel 2007. Help!
Q. What are some of the differences between Office 2007 and Office 2010? We’re thinking of upgrading, but don’t know what the benefit would really be.
Q. What is Office 365? Does it really include SharePoint?
If the only way you can imagine getting faster in Microsoft Office is to learn to copy and paste quicker or to reuse old files and save them under new names, help is on the way. Use Microsoft Word templates. The time investment will pay off when you can churn out a new document in a couple of clicks rather than a couple of hours and with the correct information!
When creating a form letter or other document template, the field code feature in Word versions 97 and higher can come in handy. With dozens of field codes available, you can manage everything from inserting information that is automatically updated to creating drop-down lists that allow users to choose which information to insert.
We all know the “basics” when it comes to computers, right? Not necessarily. One person’s everyday shortcut may be another person’s “Cool! I didn’t know you could do that!” Try these nine keyboard and mouse tricks right now.
Most computer users can’t imagine working without a mouse. But you should take a look at the time you can save with Alt key shortcuts.
Q. How do I find all my files in Windows 7?
One person’s everyday computer shortcut may be another person’s “Cool! I didn’t know you could do that!” David Pogue, who writes a technology column for The New York Times, recently penned a long list of “Tech Tips for the Basic Computer User.” Here are a few suited for the efficiency-minded.