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You will probably find these scenarios familiar. Scenario 1. You are in the midst of preparing a presentation for a project kick-off meeting with the client. Your division then blasts an email, requiring all project delivery team members to use the latest corporate template as part of the compliance process. Scenario 2. You are knee-deep in preparing a presentation for a project progress meeting with the client. The client then comes back to you and says “Please use our template instead”. What would you do in these situations?
Are you annoyed by the Document Information Panel (DIP) that appears every time you open your file? This panel seems to appear in some of the Microsoft Office files that are downloaded from the company’s SharePoint server. If you are, well, I have a solution for you (but it’s not exactly permanent!).
It is always a good practice to keep your WordPress updated. Whenever a new version of WordPress is available, the message “WordPress X.X is available! Please update now” will appear in your WordPress main screen where X.X refers to the latest released version. There are two ways to upgrade your WordPress, i.e. one-click update and manual. This tutorial will focus on the one-click update.
There are times where your spreadsheet will expand and have several worksheets within the same spreadsheet file. Normally, you would click the worksheet tabs (or next / previous arrow buttons) to navigate between worksheets. That’s okay, but…if you have more than 15 of them, it will be rather troublesome to sort through the list of tabs in your file just to find that particular worksheet!
Merging multiple cells across rows and columns is a fairly straightforward task. Simply choose the number of cells that you wish to merge, then click the Merge Cells button. Easy peasy, no? What if, you want to merge a defined set of cells in a repeated manner vertically (i.e. across several rows) and / or horizontally (i.e. across several columns)?