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This first video shows the services that make up Office 365. In addition, there is an overview of Office Web Apps, which are online versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. Also included is an introduction to tools for collaboration, email, calendaring and instant messaging.
Do you belong to LinkedIn? Did you know that LinkedIn has lots of Excel user groups where Excel trainers, developers, financial modelers, and even Excel blackbelts compete to out geek each other--or just share information?
PowerPoint has a lot of great pre-set shapes, but sometimes what you really need is a tailor-made shape for your presentation. If you’re looking to go beyond the Freeform Tool and create more complex custom shapes, there's a feature called Combine Shapes in PowerPoint 2010 that helps you do just that! It uses the principles of Boolean Geometry, to help you create new shapes by combining multiple shapes in one of four ways: Union, Combine, Subtract, or Intersect.
Watch ths Office 15-Minute Webinar to learn about uncluttering your inbox with Outlook. You can join Office webinars at 9:15 am PDT on Tuesdays. Go to http://aka.ms/offweb for complete information.
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Before Access 2010, Access supported a wide variety of expressions in different areas of the application. Tables and fields, queries, form and report properties, controls, and macros can all use expressions to evaluate data or logic to drive the behavior of an application. In the past, each of these contexts in which an expression is used have shared a single, common expression evaluation engine. This means that no matter where you use an expression, the functions and operators available to you will likely be the same. Things change when you start to build web databases with Access 2010.
Ever wanted to see just a part of your Excel worksheet that's way over on the right? You scroll over and find the information you're looking for, but your row or column headings-sometimes both-have disappeared. Or maybe you want to see data in one row that's at the bottom of your worksheet (which might contain hundreds or even thousands of rows). How can you go to that row and still see how its data has been categorized in the headings? By using the Freeze Panes commands on the View tab in Excel.
When all your slides look alike, your entire message can be blurred. At the end of your presentation, you want your audience to remember your main points most, and if they remember some of the details, that's a plus. By making key slides distinctive, you can help people follow and retain the content in your presentation. PowerPoint MVP Ellen Finkelstein shares her PowerPoint layout tips.