Monthly Archives: November 2014

Microsoft Excel – sorting data by one or more columns

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You have sales data for a number of stores, categorised by regions. You want to sort the data so that each region is shown in alphabetical order, with the stores within each region being shown in…

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Transform a bulleted list to SmartArt – Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 and Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

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You may want to create a slide, showing the stages in a process, which will look better if not in a straightforward bulleted list. To start with, select the bulleted list from which to create the…

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Inserting commonly repeated blocks of text in Word 2007, Word 2010 and Word 2013 documents

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If you continually have to enter the same block of text on a regular basis into a Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Word 2010 or Microsoft Word 2013 document, you can save the required text as a QuickPart…

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Business Writing – its or it’s

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When writing for business, it is important that grammar should be correct, but sometimes it is difficult to remember when we should apostrophes and when they are not needed. The apostrophe is a mark of omission…

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