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Q. I want to paste a picture of my Excel chart in my presentation, but I don’t want the white background. How can I change this?
Don't think OneNote can help you? These ideas may have you thinking again about its ability to get teams working together in amazing ways.
Whether you’re presenting with PowerPoint 2010 or 2013, you can jump to a named section of your presentation in a couple of clicks.
Q. Can I have a video from YouTube in my presentation and have it play automatically?
It’s helpful to know exactly where the data comes from if formulas refer to cells in other worksheets or workbooks.
If you’re struggling to proofread your writing well, consider using text-to-speech to pinpoint errors, recommends Lifehacker’s Dave Greenbaum.
If your organization has moved from SharePoint 2010 to the latest version of SharePoint either online or on premise versions (Office 365, SharePoint 2013), there are a few things that can make your transition easier.
Microsoft Office Certified Trainer answers two questions about pound signs and circular cell references.