Monthly Archives: October 2018

Microsoft Excel – using icon sets to compare two sets of figures

If you are looking at data over time, you often want to see visually whether numbers have gone up, down or remained static. Create a third column to show the difference between the two sets of data, in this case … Continue reading

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Microsoft Excel – Don’t want to see Page Breaks?

I always thought it was good to see the Page Break dotted lines in an Excel worksheet – they are shown if you have gone to File – Print or to Page Layout view or Page Break Preview. However, one … Continue reading

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Microsoft Excel – pictures not moving with sorted or filtered data

Some organisations have pictures of products in their workbooks. A client I visited this week was complaining that sorting and filtering data did not move their pictures with the data. To overcome this, select the first picture, then click Ctrl … Continue reading

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Outlook Online (OWA) – setting email signature

If you want to set up an email signature in Outlook Online, click the Settings button – the one that looks like a cog, then scroll right down to the bottom and click Mail. A list of options will appear … Continue reading

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