When you highlight a group of cells, Excel will use publicly available data to help you add facts to your Excel sheet without having to search around on the Internet for the data.
AutoSave allows you to continuously save your work as you go, avoiding the loss of work in case of an issue. It is available with Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
On occasion, you may find that you need your users to enter data in a spreadsheet in a specific format. There are a few ways to do this, but I find the “Data Validation” feature easy to use and quick to set up. Let’s get right into a few examples. […]
Have you ever been working on a document and lost the last hour of your work because of a power failure, computer glitch, or cat walking across your keyboard? AutoSave is your answer! The AutoSave feature is available in the Office 365 Suite, which includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. By […]
Have you ever had a large amount of data in Excel and need an easy way to visualize your data for trends, priorities, or other measures? Sometimes it’s necessary to be able to get information at a quick glance without sifting through every item. What is Conditional Formatting? Conditional Formatting […]
Have you ever searched for a Command of one of your Office apps and when you finally find it, wonder how you will ever find it again when you need it? The frustration is real! A wonderful solution to this problem is the Quick Access Toolbar. Where is the […]
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There’s a new feature in Office applications. It’s a different AutoSave. It can be both handy and dangerous. Here’s what Microsoft has to say about this new feature. “Save early, save often” is now a thing of the past. Now there’s AutoSave which saves every few seconds so that you […]