Learn “How to Shade Every Other Row in Excel / Google Sheets” at tomsHardware

Microsoft Excel is probably one of the most used applications (next to MS-Word) in the Microsoft Office Suite. There is whole lot you can do with Excel, including tips on how to make your spreadsheets and tables presentable. The “wow factor” can simply created by simply shading every other row in Excel. If you follow this source link to tomsHardware web site, you will find the steps on “How to Shade Every Other Row in Excel / Google Sheets”. Yes, there are steps to do this in Google Sheets, as well.
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Excel Draw -The easiest way to create and view CAD drawings inside Microsoft Excel…

Ah… The power and capabilities of Microsoft Excel. Recently a developer of multiple commercial software products reached out to me about their products. After reviewing the products on their web site (Gray Technical), there was one product that really caught my eye that I found to be very unique. The product is called “Excel Draw“…

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Here are “52 Excel tips every user should master” (courtesy of TechRepublic)

If you are a Microsoft Excel user, this information is for you, as provided by TechRepublic. For quick reference, all links (and content) below will redirect you to the TechRepublic website to learn how to perform each activity or function…

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Whether you are a Microsoft Excel beginner or an advanced user, you’ll benefit from these step-by-step tutorials.

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Quick Tip: How To Use “Tell Me” In Microsoft Office 2016 and Microsoft Office 365

I captured this tidbit “quick tip” directly from Microsoft. It is a tip on how to use “Tell Me” in the suite of Microsoft Office 2016 (i.e. Word, Powerpoint, Excel) and Microsoft Office 365. Many folks fail to use this readily available feature that will save you time and help you get answers to specific features you want to use.

Do things quickly with Tell MeYou‘ll notice a text box on the ribbon in Office 2016 and Office 365 apps that says Tell me what you want to do. This is a text field where you can enter words and phrases about what you want to do next and quickly get to features you want to use or actions you want to perform.

Shows the "tell me" search box on the ribbon in Word.

Source: Microsoft – Do things quickly with Tell Me

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