OneNote fans… you will like this.

Posted on: June 9, 2010 | By: Scott Hildebrand | Filed under: Productivity

If you are a fan of OneNote, you will really like this. If you have heard of OneNote, this may sway you to start using it. You can learn more about new features for OneNote by reading this post from Chris Pratley’s Office Labs and OneNote Blog. If you want to learn more about OneNote and …

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Consolidating Excel Worksheets

Posted on: April 27, 2010 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity

Need to combine data from multiple Excel worksheets into one? For example, say you want to keep track of your company’s expenses and revenue. To do this you create two separate Excel worksheets, one for expenses and one for revenue. Later on, however, you want to be able to view the totals for both worksheets …

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Movies and PowerPoint: A Troubled Duo

Posted on: April 20, 2010 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity

Ever added a movie to your PowerPoint presentation only to have it not play during the presentation? If you have or simply want to avoid ever having this problem, read this article from Microsoft. They detail possible reasons for the problem and various ways to solve them.

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Excel’s Average Function

Posted on: March 30, 2010 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity

Have a list of data in Excel that you need to find the average of? Does your data combine both numerical and text values? If it does, then using the average function won’t accurately calculate the average for you. Read this TechRepbulic blog to find out what you can do instead.

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10 PowerPoint Tips

Posted on: March 16, 2010 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity

Ever wondered how to time a PowerPoint presentation perfectly or how to annotate one as you presented? Read this TechRepublic blog on 10 ways to spice up and slim down your PowerPoint.

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Best Practices: Microsoft Outlook

Posted on: March 9, 2010 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity

Microsoft Outlook is a software tool designed to help you manage your emails, calendars and to-do items efficiently and effectively. In fact, the amount of what it can do may be overwhelming and intimidating. To help you better understand how Outlook can help you manage your life through emails and schedules, the Microsoft Corporation has …

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correct common errors in excel formulas

Posted on: November 3, 2009 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity
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Did you know that you can implement certain rules to check for errors in formulas when using Microsoft Excel? These rules can help you find common mistakes when using formulas and these rules can be turned on or off individually. Errors can be marked and corrected in two ways: one error at a time or immediately …

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excel worksheets

Posted on: September 29, 2009 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity
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Do you dread working in Excel in fear of having a workbook with multiple sheets? Don’t you just hate when you get to the point where you cannot see all the tabs in one view. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to see all the sheets and be able to click on …

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Conditioning your list

Posted on: September 15, 2009 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity
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Do you often find yourself using Excel spreadsheets to organize or keep track of something? Do you find your list is boring, unorganized, or hard to follow? Well, Microsoft Excel 2007 provides users with great conditional formatting rules, allowing automatic display of nicely formatted icon sets to improve the quality of your spreadsheets. Want to make …

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Outlook Command Tips

Posted on: May 12, 2009 | By: Elite | Filed under: Productivity

Hello everybody and welcome to another installment of elite’s Tech Tips!Summer is approaching and everyone is headed in different directions; however, we all will continue to check our e-mail.Check out some of these command tips that can help you when using Microsoft Outlook. To compose a new message- press CTRL+SHIFT+M To jot a quick note- press CTROL+SHIFT+N To …

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