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Use the Handout Master in PowerPoint: Overview             You can use the Handout Master in PowerPoint to set the appearance of all printed handouts for a presentation. To access this view, click the “View” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “Handout Master” button in the “Master Views” button group.             This then displays the

Format a PivotTable in Excel: Overview             You can apply preset styles to format a PivotTable in Excel. To format a PivotTable in Excel, click into any cell in the PivotTable. Then click the “Design” tab of the “PivotTable Tools” contextual tab within the Ribbon. Then click the desired style to apply from the listing

Slide Transition Animation in PowerPoint: Overview             You can add slide transition animation in PowerPoint to your presentation slides. Slide transition animation in PowerPoint is the animation that occurs when you advance from slide to slide within the presentation. You have many options for controlling the effects of the slide transition animation in PowerPoint. For

Timeline Options in Excel: Overview             This lesson shows you how to set timeline options in Excel. After inserting a timeline, an “Options” tab within a new “Timeline Tools” contextual tab then appears in the Ribbon. This tab appears within the Ribbon any time you have the timeline selected within the worksheet. You use the

Tags in OneNote: Overview             You use tags in OneNote to keep your content organized and easy to locate. Tags in OneNote give you a visual way to identify content within categories. Tags in OneNote also help you organize content, remember tasks, or find content based on the tags attached to it. You can attach

Quick Access in Windows 10: Overview             Quick access in Windows 10 is a new view for the File Explorer window. The “Quick access” view, shown at the top of the Navigation pane, is the new default view of File Explorer when it is initially opened. For users who are upgrading from Windows 8.1 or

Change Page Numbers in Acrobat XI: Overview             By default, Acrobat automatically applies Arabic numerals to pages in a PDF document, with the first page of the document as page 1. You can change page numbers in Acrobat XI within a PDF. For example, you can omit numbering from a title page and start page