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Our introductory webinar on OneNote was popular, but lots of you wanted to know more than the basics. In this week's webinar, you'll learn five cool things most users don't know about. We will also go over a few basics for the beginners. We start at 9:15 am Pacific Time with a Q&A to follow. Click the link below or go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
Excel spreadsheets are all about numbers. But tons of numbers are often not the most effective way to communicate what you want. That's where charts come in handy. Charts can display numeric data in a graphical format, making it easy to understand large quantities of data and the relationships among data.
If you want to learn about Excel charts, you've come to the right place. We've pulled together out best tutorials and articles to get you started.
(Guest blogger Jen Singer is the creator of MommaSaid.net, a Forbes Best of the Web community for moms, and ParentingWithCancer.com.
In this post, I share some ways that I keep my MommaSaid.net empire running from home (and my car, and soccer practice) with the help of Microsoft Office. I let Anderson Cooper in on some when I appeared on his TV show, but time was too short to fit them all in. Check out all the tips here.
In this week's webinar, author and popular blogger Jen Singer (Momma Said.net) joins us to share some of her favorite Office timesavers. Plus, you'll learn more of them from the Help writers at Office.com who use every day.
A lot of you want to know the difference between gridlines and borders. Gridlines help you work in a spreadsheet, and borders help you highlight important information in one for your audience. Gridlines appear automatically so you can see how your data is organized into rows and columns; borders need to be added by you so you can highlight certain cells. This post describes how to work with both of them.
A well designed database stores data in a normalized format with dates defined in a field so that new data is simply added as additional records. However, people want to see data with dates grouped by columns. This can be done by using a crosstab query. However, when creating reports based on crosstab queries, we need to control the specific column names that are returned by the query. Otherwise, the report cannot refer to the query's fields.
Watch this video to find out how to how to use 1, 2, 3 page numbering in the main part of a document and i, ii, iii page numbering in the appendices:
-- Joannie Stangeland
Office for Mac 2011 and PCs are working better together. In this week’s webinar we’ll show you Office for Mac 2011 including some features that make that possible.