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Creating a chart in Excel 2010 can be helpful when trying to analyze a set of data. After you've created a chart in Excel, modifying it to make it look better, to match a color scheme, or even to chart a different set of data is a breeze. [more…]
A PowerPoint 2010 presentation is nothing if it doesn't have good images. Find out how to add an image to a PowerPoint slide and then move, resize, and rotate it. This video also shows you how to use PowerPoint 2010's new command to add a picture of another application's window to your slide. [more…]
When charting values, Excel 2007 isn’t always careful how it formats the values that appear on the y-axis (or the x-axis when using some chart types, such as the 3-D Column chart or the XY Scatter chart [more…]
If you make an Access 2003 database for other people — especially people who may be a teeny bit clueless about Access — you may want to lock up your database to prevent other users from making changes [more…]
Microsoft Outlook 2007 offers three formats for sending e-mail messages: HTML, plain text, and rich text. Here's a look at the pros and cons of the different Outlook e-mail formats, and some easy ways [more…]