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Sometimes it’s useful to have the slide number on the presentation slide itself, rather than just on the handout. This is easy to add.
Are you terrorized by your monster PowerPoint deck? If you have a file with more than 30 slides, there are tools you can use to tame the beast. Two ways to make your decks easier to manage:
Facebook is a great place to catch up with people, Twitter is wonderful for following your favorite celebrities, and both have their place in business and marketing. But there’s yet another way to use social networking to keep up to date with your industry.
With your PC connected to a projector, create a new page or section to use as a whiteboard. Click on the Draw tab to access your drawing tools ...
Sometimes you need an office, meeting room or the support of a great administrative assistant when you’re on the road. These sites can help!
Stay within a particular word or character count ... Convert whatever formatting has been applied back to Normal style ... stop feeling like a T-rex trying to type on a plane while sitting in the middle seat in coach.
For example, when you receive an inquiry about your services, perhaps you reply with the same type of text, or slightly customize it. It’s easy to make a template with the Quick Steps feature (Outlook 2010-13).
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 to help you out.
Q. How do I make a 0 show up as a blank on the screen, but still have the value 0 in the cell? I need the zero for other formulas.
While Widow/Orphan control keeps single lines of a paragraph from showing up either at the top or the bottom of a page, it doesn’t necessarily keep headings with the paragraphs they describe or diagrams with the text that refers to them.