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Word's built-in options for generating and formatting a table of contents are extensive--but field switches offer even more.
In this month's Q&A, we tackle two Excel techniques: summarizing transactions via a SUMIFS() matrix and setting up the correct syntax for absolute column references.
Learning Excel's sort basics gives you a firm foundation for implementing more complex sorting tasks.
Susan Harkins shows you how to combine a function and conditional formatting to highlight weekends and holidays using Excel.
Excel's built-in Filter feature is helpful but sometimes awkward to use. A customized feature is often easier. Susan Harkins explains.
Excel has a lot of options for finding data, but a customized feature is often a bit friendly and easier to use.
Susan Harkins helps readers with simple Office solutions. This month, she shows how to reclaim custom AutoComplete items and how to evaluate groups using aggregate functions.
You don't need specialized design skills to turn your boring lists into something interesting and fun. You only need SmartArt. Susan Harkins explains.
Susan Harkins shows you how to create meaningful Word tables using built-in options.