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How to Delete a Page in Microsoft Word

If you’re wanting to delete a page containing text, graphics, or other content in a Microsoft Word document, or if you’re wanting to get rid of that blank white page at the end of your report that won’t appear to go awa…

How to Add and Remove Comments in Word

Leaving comments in a Word document is a good way to leave feedback on a piece you’re reviewing. If the issue you commented on has been resolved, you can remove the note to keep things looking clean. Here’s how….

How to Get Microsoft Office for Free

Microsoft Office normally starts at $70 per year, but there are quite a few ways to get it for free. We’ll show you all the ways you can get Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other Office applications without paying a cent….

How to Combine PowerPoint Presentations

It’s difficult for two or more people to work on a PowerPoint presentation simultaneously, as Office doesn’t have the same collaboration features offered by Google Slides. One way around this problem is to combine PowerPoint…

How to Convert a PDF File to PowerPoint

If you have a PDF file that you would like to convert to a PowerPoint presentation, you can download a program to quickly do the work for you, or you can use one of the many available online converters….

How to Translate a Word Document

If you’re working with different languages, but your language skills are a little rusty, you may be looking for a quick translation tool. Microsoft Office has you covered—you can translate a document easily within Word itse…

What Is Microsoft Planner and How to Use It

Microsoft Planner is a to-do app that comes with Office 365. It’s used for personal and teamwork planning, with a simple card-based interface that’s similar to Trello. Here’s a quick look at how to use it….

How to Embed Fonts in PowerPoint

If you send someone your PowerPoint presentation, but they don’t have the used fonts installed, the formatting and layout can get messed up. You can prevent this from happening by embedding the fonts in your presentation. Her…

How to Use Cell Values for Excel Chart Labels

Make your chart labels in Microsoft Excel dynamic by linking them to cell values. When the data changes, the chart labels automatically update. In this article, we explore how to make both your chart title and the chart data …

How to Add Slide Numbers in PowerPoint

When you’re presenting a PowerPoint presentation, it can be easy to lose track of what slide you’re currently on—especially if it’s a large one. To help, you can add slide numbers in PowerPoint to know your position….

How to Use the TRUNC Function in Excel

There are a variety of ways in Excel to remove decimal points and shortening number values. In this article, we explain how to use the TRUNC function and what makes it different from other techniques.

How to Use the Follow Up Option in Outlook

One of Outlook’s most useful and least-understood options is Follow Up, the program’s email reminder tool. If you struggle to remember to answer emails after they’re no longer on the front page of your inbox, this tool is for…

How to Change the Case of Text in PowerPoint

If you’re looking to quickly change the case of the text in a slide of your PowerPoint presentation, Microsoft Office provides a couple of quick and easy ways to do so—and several different text case styles to choose from…

How to Combine Word Documents

For most people, the quickest method for combining Word documents is to manually copy and paste them into one. This isn’t the best method for merging documents—a far easier method is to insert your documents as objects in…

How to Add Branching in Microsoft Forms

Microsoft Forms is a great tool for creating free, easy-to-use surveys, polls, quizzes, and questionnaires. It includes branching, which allows you to send users to different questions depending on their previous answers. Her…
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