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There are some pretty geeky ways to create forms in Microsoft Office. Start with these less geeky solutions first.
This program lets users automate and plan their social media posts across multiple channels and plan ongoing posts from a set library.
Generate something participants can take away that supports your message—and helps them act on it.
Bring up a menu of content types within a document library ... Enable uploads within that library ... Dive into edit mode quickly.
If your fiscal year isn’t January through December, you may run into issues with date functionality in Excel.
The videos, ranging from six to 10 seconds, are all the rage. Here’s why you should integrate them into your marketing strategy.
Q. Can I animate charts once I paste them into PowerPoint from Excel?
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel answers readers' questions about this ever more popular program.
To share a document with your colleagues, but only allow them to edit certain portions of it, you can use the Restrict Editing tool on the Review tab, Protect group.
Quick Parts in Outlook and Word gives you the ability to create reusable objects like text, symbols, shapes and diagrams. No similar tool exists in PowerPoint. Or does it?
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