The latest update to Office 365 removes a major frustration with a common Excel requirement.
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With technology, it’s funny how often you think, "You should be able to…" only to find out you can!
One of those teeny-tiny things that drives me really, really crazy.
If you get as many emails as I do, then even little tricks like this one can make a big difference in how much of a pain they are!
Save time and improve accuracy by using MS-Word’s AutoText feature to reuse content in multiple documents.
Step-by-step instructions for using section breaks so you can have different headers on different pages of your Microsoft Word document.
Learn how to change your email inbox to list messages in the order they come in.
Tips for managing the perpetual chaos that is the modern-day email inbox.
Okay, so I imagine there are some people who know about this key (say, a few developers at Microsoft), but anyone I’ve ever shown it to had no idea about its function. And it’s not a key I use often but, when I do use it, I love it!
Although Microsoft Excel is designed primarily as a spreadsheet application for number-crunchers, I use it a lot to create various kinds of lists. I find it more convenient than creating tables in Word for certain purposes.
Microsoft Word is one of those programs that people REALLY love to hate.