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Slicers are visual controls that let you quickly filter data in a PivotTable in an interactive, intuitive way. If you insert a slicer, you can use buttons to quickly segment and filter the data to display just what you need.
Excel 2010 – 12 Time Saving Tips
1. Add content or formatting to multiple sheets at once
You can add content or apply formatting to two or more of the sheets on a multisheet worksheet by “grouping” the sheets together. When you group multiple sheets, any content or formatting that you add to one sheet also gets added to all the other sheets, so you can add a row of headers to one sheet and have it automatically appear on all the sheets that are grouped together with it.
How to Create and Publish a Web Database in Microsoft Access 2010
Microsoft Access 2010 offers many new features and improvements. The improved integration with SharePoint Server 2010 via Access Services allows for Access 2010 databases to be published to SharePoint, which enables multiple users to interact with the database application from any standards-compliant Web browser.
Here at SoftwareMedia, our customer service department seems to get asked a lot of similar questions. One of the frequently encountered problems is the location of product keys on Microsoft boxed and OEM products. For whatever reason, Microsoft decided to make this vital piece of information hard to find for consumers. We are here to help.
The following is a quick guide of how to install Windows XP:
Prior to installation, it is a good idea to back up all of your personal files using an external hard drive or a second partition of you main hard drive. A clean installation of Windows XP will completely erase all of your personal files and settings. If you have any questions about moving your files and settings prior to installation, see this file transfer guide from Microsoft.