As you head into the new year, check out this rundown of the highest rated Office tips of 2008. You can read them online or download them as a PDF collection.
It's been a busy year for the Microsoft Office blog, with almost 300 posts from assorted support techs, Office experts, and hallway gurus. It's always interesting to see which tips fly off the shelves (and which ones end up, um, remaindered). And as usual, there have been a few surprises. But certain techniques emerged as clear favorites, and we've rounded some of them up for you here. You can follow the links below to read selected tips or download the entire collection as a PDF.
Special thanks to Office stalwarts Susan Sales Harkins and Mary Ann Richardson for all their great contributions.
Happy New Year!
- Use a form to display a list of reports and queries in an Access database
- Add sounds to your Access form events
- How do I... Add music and narration to a PowerPoint presentation?
- Seven keyboard shortcuts to help make your PowerPoint slide shows glitch-free
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