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Get the Most From Your Microsoft Office – Free Training

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Do you use Microsoft Office?  If you’re using Office 20010, 2007 or even 2003 and consider yourself a basic user, you will find value in our upcoming free Lunch And Learn offering Thursday, April 21st from Noon-2pm. Office 2010 – … Continue reading

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Tip: Autosum in Excel 2010 – Adding It Up

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As a Wichita IT support professional, I see a number of users mystified by using Microsoft Excel.  This powerful spreadsheet tool can be used for a number of things, the least of which is adding up the numbers, but that’s … Continue reading

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Wichita Computer Support – Learning Opportunity

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On April 21st, 2011 from Noon-2pm we’re offering our first free lunch-and-learn seminar, Office 2010 – Business 101.  Join us for this informal training session designed to just give you that additional boost in your use of Office applications.  If … Continue reading

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Tip: Avoiding Conflicts with the .docx standard in Word 2010

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If you’ve been the first in your office to move to Office 2010 and your office skipped 2007, you may have experienced some issues with the .docx format.  .docx is the default save format in the new Microsoft Word. One … Continue reading

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TIP: Conditional Formatting in Excel 2010

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Excel is a powerful tool for creating spreadsheets.  How much of it do you use in your business? Conditional formatting is one more technique you can use to add value to your spreadsheet and automate tasks.  Lets say we have … Continue reading

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