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Copy first and last names into separate cells without retyping (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

  • 28 December 2017
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Copy first and last names into separate cells without retyping (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

Copy first and last names into separate cells without retyping (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

If you have a spreadsheet containing a list of people’s names, and each first and last name is in a single cell, you can break the first and last names into separate cells without having to retype each name yourself...

Schedule short meetings by adjusting your Calendar view in Microsoft Outlook

  • 12 December 2017
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Schedule short meetings by adjusting your Calendar view in Microsoft Outlook
Schedule short meetings by adjusting your Calendar view in Microsoft Outlook 

You may find it difficult to schedule a short meeting because of Outlook’s default time scale setting. Instead of settling for the default of 30 minutes, you can quickly create a 15-minute...

Quickly change the case of an entire selection (Word 2016/2013/2010)

  • 28 November 2017
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Quickly change the case of an entire selection (Word 2016/2013/2010)

Quickly change the case of an entire selection (Word 2016/2013/2010)

Rather than retyping your text when you need to change the case of a phrase or paragraph, use a simple keyboard shortcut or toolbar button to make the transformation immediately...

Paste data on more than one sheet at a time (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

  • 15 November 2017
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Paste data on more than one sheet at a time (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

Paste data on more than one sheet at a time (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

When you’re creating multiple, similar worksheets in a workbook, you can paste data onto more than one sheet at a time, as long as you’re pasting it into the same location on each sheet....

Name data ranges to build formulas more easily (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

  • 9 November 2017
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Name data ranges to build formulas more easily (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

Name data ranges to build formulas more easily (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

Naming ranges of data helps you give plain English titles to otherwise cryptic groups of cells. Rather than selecting cells B4:B12, all the numbers in your Prices column, ....

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