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10 Excel Tips for Working with the Subtotal Feature

You can insert subtotals in Microsoft Excel data sets or lists using the Subtotal feature. Check out these 10 great tips which include showing and hiding subtotals, formatting subtotals, copying only subtotals and grand totals and more …

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 …

5 Awesome Excel Chart Shortcuts

If you create a lot of charts in Excel, you’re probably looking for shortcuts to speed up creation and formatting. Here are 5 useful shortcuts you can use with your Excel charts.

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10 Microsoft Excel Magic Tricks with Flash Fill

Flash Fill is a great new tool that you can use to quickly clean or format data in your Excel workbooks. It can automatically extract, combine and format data without using a formula. It does seem like magic.

How to Access the Free Online Version of Microsoft Excel

Like PowerPoint and Word, you can access a free online version of Microsoft Excel and create simple workbooks online or open workbooks you or a colleague has created in the desktop version of Microsoft Excel in the online version.

How to Watch Cells for Real Time Updates in Microsoft Excel

Keep an Eye on Important Changes using Excel's Watch Window Posted by: Avantix Learning Team Posted: March 24, 2016 Applies to: Microsoft® Excel® 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 The Watch Window is an awesome tool that you can use in Excel to view changes to cells that are...

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.

A Beginner’s Guide to Video Formats in Microsoft PowerPoint

Selecting Video Formats for PowerPoint Decks (Windows or Mac) by Avantix Learning Team | Updated June 29, 2016 Applies to: Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010, 2013 and 2016 (Windows) and 2011, 2014 and 2016 (Mac) If you are going to insert video in PowerPoint, you should...

10 Great Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Word Styles Users

You can use Microsoft Word keyboard shortcuts to apply heading styles and remove character and paragraph formatting. If you working on large Word documents, styles are one of the biggest timesavers. Want to learn more? Check out our Microsoft Word training courses in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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.

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