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The Office Tech Pro

A Microsoft® Certified Trainer, Melissa Esquibel combines her 25+ years experience in information technology with a background in training, technical writing and business risk analysis. Her goal: To take you from “No, how?” to “Know how!”

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The Show/Hide button can say a lot about you as a Microsoft Word expert!
An Admin Pro forum reader reports a problem with Excel. The workbook window appears to be missing, though Excel indicates the file is open.
A forum reader reports a problem with Excel. The workbook window appears to be missing, though Excel indicates the file is open.
Large or small, projects need to be managed. Or, quickly, we will find them managing us. Many of us can’t afford or choose not to use robust project management software. Can Microsoft Outlook 2007 be an alternative? You bet! Using Outlook tasks and a view called Timeline can give us the kind of look into our current projects once thought to be available only in expensive project management systems.
How to use Microsoft Outlook as a project management tool
20 years ago this would have simply been a string of pronouncable syllables to describe the noise your furnace makes when it first starts up in the fall. These days, it represents 3 of the top 4 places people go to search for information the Internet, according to The Nielsen Company. The 4th by the way is Facebook: Not going there, can’t make me; at least not for this article.
What search engine should I use? Here's an introduction to the three most popular engines in the world. Google, Yahoo and Bing.
Vertical look-ups or the VLookUp function in Excel has eluded many formula writers. See how a VLookUp works exactly the same way your brain does when you have to look something up.
You got results you didn't expect, don't understand what you're supposed to click on next, want to do what you just did, but in way less time! A compass for intermediate and advanced Microsoft Office users.
Vertical look-ups or the VLookUp function in Excel has eluded many formula writers. See how a VLookUp works exactly the same way your brain does when you have to look something up.
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