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  • Blog Post: Office 2010: Save Time and Create Incredible Content with Word 2010

    Editor's Note: We are re-publishing the following article as it was one of our most popular. The following is a guest post by Office System MVP Stephanie Kreiger from the United States as part of the MVP Award Program Blog's series, "10 Days for Office 2010" When I was invited to write a short...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: Using OneNote

    Editors Note: The following is a guest post by One Note MVP Glen Lloyd from Canada as part of the MVP Award Program Blogs's "10 Days for Office 2010" Series. OneNote is probably one of the best-kept secrets of the Microsoft Office Suite. Although the application was introduced with the release of Office...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: My Favorite Feature: Quick Steps

    Editor's Note: The following is guest post by Outlook MVP Diane Poremsky as part of the MVP Award Program Blog 's "10 Days for Office 2010" Series. My Favorite Feature: Quick Steps One of my favorite timesaving features in Outlook 2010 is Quick Steps. You can use Quick Steps to perform tasks you need...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: Reviewing the Dow Jones Industrial with Excel 2010

    Editor's Note: The following is a guest post by Excel MVP Nate Oliver as part of the MVP Award Program Blog 's "10 Days for Office 2010" Series. Excel 2010 presents traditional numerical analysts with new and old tools; today we’ll explore two of them. The difference is that the first shall be what we...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: Word 2010 and Accessibility

    Editor's Note: The following is a guest post by Word MVP Karen McCall as part of the MVP Award Program Blog' s "10 Days for Office 2010" series. My name is Karen McCall and I am an MVP for Word. I have a disability and use the JAWS screen reader to access information on my computer. Sometimes I use the...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: Be More Productive with Office and Project 2010

    Editor's Note: The following is a guest post by Microsoft Project MVP Bill Raymond as part of the MVP Award Program Blog 's series "10 Days for Office 2010". The No-confusion Timeline Report As a Project Manager, it has always been a struggle to communicate a clear timeline to my key sponsors, stakeholders...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: Save Time and Create Incredible Content with Word 2010

    Editor's Note: The following is a guest post by Office System MVP Stephanie Kreiger from the United States as part of the MVP Award Program Blog 's series, "10 Days for Office 2010" When I was invited to write a short article about Word 2010, the word short was the thing that concerned me. There’s so...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: Visio SharePoint Workflow

    Editor's note: The following is a guest post by SharePoint Server MVP Brian Farnhill from Australia. This post is part of the MVP Award Program Blog's series, "10 Days for Office 2010." The ability to create custom workflows for data was one of the great wins in the previous release of SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: 10 Visio 2010 Tips and Tricks

    Editor's Note: The following is guest post by MVP Dave J Parker as part of the MVP Award Program Blog's "10 Days for Office 2010" series. David J Parker has been using and developing with Visio since 1996, and has been a Visio MVP for a few years. He started bVisual ltd ( http://www.bvisual.net ...
  • Blog Post: 10 Days for Office 2010: Organize Your Content Logically in PowerPoint 2010

    Editor’s note: The following is a guest post by PowerPoint MVP Glen Millar as part of the MVP Award Program Blog's "10 Days for Office 2010" Series. You can read more of MVP Glen Millar’s tips on his blog http://www.pptworkbench.com/wordpress Sections are a new and powerful way to organize your slide...
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