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77-882 Excel 2010

QUESTION 1 You work as a Sales Assistant at ABC.com. All users in the Sales department run Microsoft Office 2010. You currently have Excel 2010 open and are working on a new workbook. You want to open an…

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Microsoft rolls out Delve information and people discovery tool for Office 365

Microsoft has begun a months-long rollout of Delve, the first Office 365 application that taps into the suite’s Office Graph machine learning capabilities and maps connections between co-workers, documents and information. Delve, announced in March with the code-name…

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13 useful add-ons for Microsoft Excel and Word 2013

For some reason, Microsoft has taken to calling the mini-programs that you can install into their Office applications “apps.” Functionally, though, most of these are similar to web browser add-ons — in the sense that they add to…

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Office 365 email conks out twice within a week

Office 365 email conks out twice within a week Antivirus issue, infrastructure failures to blame Microsoft’s Office 365 service has suffered two email outages within a week of each other that affected some customers in North and South…

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Microsoft re-releases Office for Mac 2011 upgrade after fixing bugs

Five days after yanking SP2 from its auto-update servers, Microsoft reissues patched version Computerworld – Microsoft yesterday re-released Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 2 (SP2) after fixing a bug that wormed into the original update. Last Friday,…

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Microsoft MB6-285 Q & A / Study Guide

Microsoft MCTS Certification, MCITP Certification and over 2000+ Exams with Life Time Access Membership at http://www.actualkey.com QUESTION 1 How can you view total invoiced amount on a customer for a specific time interval? A. Run the report CRM/Reports/Sales…

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Why Microsoft’s vision of the future will really happen

Two videos from Microsoft show the future of technology. Here’s why I think they’re dead-on Computerworld – Microsoft released a video in 2008 and another one this week that together predict the sleek, wireless, connected gadgets we’ll all…

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Five Outlook Nightmares (and How to Fix Them)

You use Microsoft Outlook to manage your email, your appointments, your contacts, and your to-do lists. In other words, you use it to manage your work life. So when this program doesn’t behave the way it’s supposed to,…

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5 ways to make your keyboard easier to use

How to use a keyboard might seem academic, but there’s more to typing than just tapping the keys. For most people, the keyboard is the primary computer input and control device—that’s why it’s important to leverage the features…

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IT jobs: Winners and losers in the cloud era

We survey the cloud’s effects on nine classes of IT jobs: Architects and sys admins win, middle managers and tech specialists lose — what about you? Winners: System administrators Other than architects, the jobs undergoing the greatest change…

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