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The title of this post sounds simple. Should be easy to do, right? But customers tell us that it's very confusing and not at all clear where to find the features to get the results they want. It all depends on what you want to merge or split. For example, you may want to create a large header cell by splitting the cells below it into a number of smaller cells.
I often create such headers but use a different method than you'd expect, because an individual cell simply cannot be split into smaller cells. Instead, I merge several cells into one larger cell above the cells for which it will be the header. The result is exactly the same.
How do you crop the background out of photos, leaving behind an irregular shape like a coffee cup, stop sign or even a human being? Here's one way, using the drawing tools in PowerPoint. Guest blogger Bruce Gabrielle shows you how.
JP Pinto! Congratulations!
His post was one of seven chosen by Bill Jelen as the most innovative ones published during VLOOKUP Week. He won a copy Bill Jelens book Microsoft Excel 2010 In Depth. You can find links to all seven posts and see the voting results in our wrap-up post of VLOOKUP Week.
Want to get started using OneNote? This post is the first in a series covering OneNote basics.
Some of you might want to know what OneNote is. It's the ultimate digital notebook. Think of it as a giant container where you can collect and organize all sorts of information. You can use it as a scrapbook, photo album, research notebook, and more. Today we show you how to set one up.
Here is the recording from this week's free Office 15-Minute Webinar about using the Office Web Apps. You can join our webinars live at 9:15 am PDT. Click http://aka.ms/offweb for complete information.
Ugh. Excel. It's not as intuitive as a Word doc, and not as aesthetically pleasing as a PowerPoint presentation. If you're more creative than analytical, you might feel as though it's dry and boring and filled with numbers you'd rather not look at. However, I can tell you that after you familiarize yourself with it, it is the best tool Microsoft Office has - and extremely easy to use!
This guest post is written by Divya Bahl, a blogger for the popular site Her Campus.
VLOOKUP Week has ended. The brainchild of Excel MVP Bill Jelen, the idea inspired all things VLOOKUP, including VLOOKUP odes, haikus, vampires, and a way to track shark attacks. Setting all fun aside--Excel experts created a crazy number of useful and innovative applications of VLOOKUP in seven days.
Now Bill wants you to vote for your favorite. Top vote-getter will be named the “Great White Shark” of VLOOKUP week!
Five math whizzes from the same city go to Harvard to study business and only one becomes a CEO of his own company. You want to use visuals in your PowerPoint presentation to help tell their story to budding entrepreneurs at an upcoming event.
In this short video, Bruce Gabrielle shows you how to use the Transitions and Artistic Effects features in PowerPoint to make parts of an image fade into the background and another part come into focus.
Less than five years ago, one out of every 150 children was diagnosed with some form of autism. Now that number has risen to one in 88. This April, Microsoft is joining a range of corporate and philanthropic partners taking part in the Light It Up Blue campaign, which is part of a month-long effort to raise awareness of autism.
To help the families of the more than one million children and teens with autism in the US, Microsoft has released a series of free Microsoft Office templates based on the Autism Speaks 100 Day Kit for families facing a new autism diagnosis.
This 15-Minute Webinar shows you how to get started with OneNote--and why. You can learn what OneNote is or upgrade your skills with a few tricks I've learned along the way.