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Susan Harkins helps readers with simple Office solutions -- and this month, it's all about Excel.
Susan Harkins helps readers find simple Office solutions, including proper application of Word field codes, converting Excel values, and applying a conditional format rule.
Stop avoiding Word styles. Instead, learn how to manage them, so you can put them to work for you.
Susan Harkins helps a few readers find simple Office solutions, including how to perform some Find and Replace tricks, create disappearing margins, and accommodate graphics.
Outlook Categories aren't just for organizing. Susan Harkins show you how to use Outlook Categories to selectively merge contact information with a Word document.
In this installment of Office Q&A, Susan Harkins helps readers recover AutoFormat and extend a conditional format rule.
Susan Harkins shares five easy-to-implement tips that will simplify your Microsoft Word tasks.
Fields are among Word's most powerful and versatile features, capable of generating and displaying all kinds of useful information with little (or no) effort on your part.
To see ReadyBoost in action, you're going to have to keep tabs on it with Windows 7's Performance Monitor. Greg Shultz shows you how to do just that.
You can combine good editing practices with Word features to become a more efficient and thorough editor.