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How to Create a Simple Invoice Using Excel

Whether you’re a freelancer doing work for multiple companies, or a business that plans on extending a credit line to its customers, you’re going to need an invoice. Creating a custom invoice in Excel isn’t difficult. Y...

How to Make Tri-Folds in PowerPoint

While Microsoft PowerPoint is almost exclusively used for presentation purposes, it’s also a great application for creating interesting and visually appealing brochures. Here’s how to create (and print out) a tri-fold usi...

How to Generate Random Text in Word

Sometimes, you might need some boilerplate or filler text in a Word document. One solution is to head over to a lorem ipsum or dummy text generator to create that text. Alternatively, you can create the text yourself directly...

How to Lock Text Boxes in Word

Locking text boxes is a great way to protect specific content in your document from changing, either accidentally or intentionally. Here’s how to lock your text boxes in Word.

How to Use Excel’s Split Screen Function

Splitting screens, whether vertically or horizontally, is a great way to streamline your workflow when using Excel. Using this feature lets you simultaneously view separate sections of a spreadsheet, enabling you to compare d...

How to Create and Print Labels in Word

If you’re looking to make customized labels, look no further than Microsoft Word. Whether for personal or professional use, Word provides a comprehensive feature set for creating personalized mailing labels. Here’s how to...

How to Anchor Pictures to Text in PowerPoint

Let’s say you’re using an image in a PowerPoint presentation that you’d like to assign a description, caption, or artist credit. You’d also like to make sure that text follows the image should you move it later. By us...
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