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How to Convert Currency in Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel doesn’t include built-in tools to convert currency. However, you can use an external data source to provide up-to-date rates. A basic multiplication formula will then convert from one currency to another. Here…

How to Create and Add Footnotes in PowerPoint

Footnotes are great for providing additional information without taking up too much space. With there being a finite amount of space on each slide in PowerPoint, footnotes may be just the thing you need. Here’s how to add the…

How to Duplicate a Page in Microsoft Word

There are plenty of reasons why you might want to duplicate a page in a Microsoft Word document, especially if you’re creating a template. It’s a pretty simple process, so here’s how to do it.

How to Change the Paper Size in Microsoft Word

Documents come in different shapes and sizes, like legal or brochure. In Word, you can change the paper size to fit the type of document you’re working on, or change the default paper size for all new documents. We’ll walk yo…

How to Save a Word Document as a JPEG

There might come a time when you’d rather share a Word document as an image that anyone can open. Unfortunately, you can’t export a document as a JPEG, but there are a few other simple solutions. Here are a few….

How to Create a Page Border in Microsoft Word

Adding a page border to your document can be a subtle way to make your Microsoft Word documents stand out. You can customize the style, thickness, and number of pages for a border to apply to your Word document….

Where Are the Admin Tools for Office 365?

For most people, Microsoft Office 365 is a bunch of applications like Outlook, Word, Excel, etc. But if you have your own domain, you can also manage your users, groups, policies, and more. Let’s take a look….
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