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How to Add Page Numbers in Microsoft Word (Step by Step)

How to Add Page Numbers in Microsoft Word (Step by Step)

It’s easy to add page numbers at the top or bottom of your pages using headers or footers in simple, one section documents. However, if you want to restart numbering in different parts of your document, separate your document into sections …

How to Turn Off Automatic Text Resizing in PowerPoint

How to Turn Off Automatic Text Resizing in PowerPoint

PowerPoint’s Autofit feature is set to automatically resize text in text boxes or placeholders. To stop this, you can turn off Autofit settings for all PowerPoint presentations on your computer or for a specific text box or placeholder.

How to Export PowerPoint Speaker Notes to Microsoft Word

How to Export PowerPoint Speaker Notes to Microsoft Word

During a Microsoft PowerPoint training course, students often ask how to send speaker notes from a PowerPoint presentation to a Word document. The best option is to send the notes to Word with the notes next to the slides. After you’ve exported to Word, a table will be created with 3 columns – slide number, slide images and notes on the right.

How to Convert a Microsoft Access Report to PDF [3 Ways]

How to Convert a Microsoft Access Report to PDF [3 Ways]

If you have Microsoft Access 2010 or a later version, you can easily convert your Access reports to PDF without using Adobe Acrobat Pro. Use the File tab or the External Data tab on the Ribbon or you can customize the Quick Access Toolbar.

How to Copy Styles Between Microsoft Word Documents Using the Organizer

How to Copy Styles Between Microsoft Word Documents Using the Organizer

Styles are one of the most useful features in Microsoft Word to automate formatting. If you’re using styles (and hopefully you are), you’ll likely want to copy styles between Microsoft Word documents. One way to copy or import styles is to use Word’s Organizer but the Organizer is a bit difficult to find in newer versions.

10 Hidden Microsoft Word Features Every User Should Know

10 Hidden Microsoft Word Features Every User Should Know

Here’s a list of 10 extremely useful hidden features in Microsoft Word. You can quickly remove and replace formatting, remove hidden text, change Word’s measurement system and perform many other useful tasks using these hidden tools.

10 More Excel Pivot Table Shortcuts

10 More Excel Pivot Table Shortcuts

Since pivot tables are one of the most powerful tools in Microsoft Excel for summarizing data, we’ve compiled a list of 10 more keyboard shortcuts for pivot table users.

8 Excel Tips for Entering Formulas

8 Excel Tips for Entering Formulas

Check out these 8 Excel tips and tricks for entering formulas. You’ll save a lot of time and even help reduce errors in your formulas.

10 Great Excel Pivot Table Shortcuts

10 Great Excel Pivot Table Shortcuts

Check out these 10 great Excel pivot table keyboard shortcuts. You can use standard shortcuts using the Control key or use Alt to access the Ribbon and create pivot tables in different ways.

10 Ways to Save Time Selecting in Excel using the Name Box

10 Ways to Save Time Selecting in Excel using the Name Box

You can save a lot of time selecting in Microsoft Excel using the Name Box. The Name Box is located to the left of the Formula Bar in Microsoft Excel. You can enter directly in the Name Box to quickly select cells or even objects.

How to Highlight Text in PowerPoint [5 Ways]

How to Highlight Text in PowerPoint [5 Ways]

You can highlight text in PowerPoint in many different ways. If you’re an Office 365 subscriber, Text Highlight Color is available on the Home tab in the Ribbon. For everyone else, you’ll need to use other strategies if you want to highlight text …

How to Convert a Microsoft Access Report to PDF [3 Ways]

How to Convert a Microsoft Access Report to PDF [3 Ways]

If you have Microsoft Access 2010 or a later version, you can easily convert your Access reports to PDF without using Adobe Acrobat Pro. Use the File tab or the External Data tab on the Ribbon or you can customize the Quick Access Toolbar.

10 Timesaving Shortcuts in Microsoft Access

10 Timesaving Shortcuts in Microsoft Access

Save time in Microsoft Access using these great keyboard shortcuts. We’re assuming you’re already using standard shortcuts like Ctrll + P to print, Ctrl + S to save and Ctrl + C to copy.

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