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Embedding Data from an Excel Spreadsheet in a Power Point Presentation

Embedding data from an Excel spreadsheet into a Power Point presentation is especially useful if the basic presentation is used repeatedly and frequently. When data is embedded in a presentation or document it allows the data in the presentation to be updated automatically when the data is updated in the source spreadsheet. Presuming both the source spreadsheet and the destination presentation already exist and are open in separate windows, follow these steps to embed the data: Select the range of cells you want to copy in the Excel spreadsheet.
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Avoiding Spreadsheet Slip-Ups

Spreadsheets help individuals and business organizations record financial data efficiently. Excel is probably the most common spreadsheet application used by businesses today. Users program formulas and macros to automate calculation of financial data as well. The seemingly simple financial logic inside spreadsheets can also cause embarrassing errors.
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Security Alert: Microsoft Warns of Excel Zero-day Vulnerability

Microsoft posted a warning on Friday stating that a previously unknown flaw in Excel is being exploited by opening a malicious Excel document. The vulnerability is considered extremely critical because, according to a prepared statement from Secure Elements, it is locally and remotely exploitable by Trojan.Mdropper.J, which drops Downloader.Booli.A on the affected system.
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The Impact of Compliance and Risk Management on Archival Storage Strategies

Electronic net media such as e-mail and instant messages have changed business to business transactions. The bulk of important business transactions such as contract negotiations, order issuance and acceptance, corporate communications and marketing programs, supply chain management, service and support, and investor relations are now done primarily using the Internet and these electronic media.
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5 Tips for Improving Spreadsheet Readability

Have you noticed that some spreadsheets are easier to read than others? Of course, there isn’t much to read in most spreadsheets just column and row labels and formulas. So why do some spreadsheet authors seem to have a magic touch? They just know and follow these five simple rules:1. Be Consistent. Many names can be expressed in more than one way. Pick one and use it in all the spreadsheets you create.2. Be Brief. Short names are easier to read than long ones.
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The Best Shortcut Keys in Microsoft Excel

Provided by ExcelTip.comCtrl+ZUndoCtrl+C Enter, Ctrl+V Ctrl+XCopy, Paste, Multiple Paste, CutCtrl+F, Ctrl+HFind, Find&ReplaceCtrl+P, Ctrl+S, Ctrl+F4, Alt+F4Print, Save,
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Save Customized Microsoft Excel Chart Styles

If you create charts in Excel, chances are good that you adjust the formatting of the standard chart style each time you create a new chart. You may change the size of the font, perhaps you add some background color, you might include your company logo on the chart, you may prefer the currency format for your numbers, or you may prefer a line graph to the default column style.
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Excel Tip: Overriding and Removing Page Breaks

Excel automatically determines where page breaks will occur, but you can create your own page breaks in your worksheets by forcing Excel to begin printing on a new page at the location that is best for you.To create a horizontal page break, follow these steps: Place your cellpointer in Column A in the row below the row in which you wish to insert a page break.Choose Insert, Page Break from the Excel menu.
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Five Quick and Easy Excel Tips

Complimenets of ExcelTip.comTip 1: Searching all Sheets in a WorkbookTo search for text, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+F or choose Edit, Find. To search and replace text, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+H or choose Edit, Replace. Searching and replacing all sheets in the Workbook From sheet tab short cut menu choose Select all sheets.
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Adding a Wrap Text Shortcut in Microsoft Excel

Wrap text is a useful technique that you will use frequently when working in Excel. You add the shortcut by adding a style in the Style box.

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