Excel is a great tool, but sometimes the spreadsheet files we get to work with aren't ideal. A classic example is you're given a file that has one column that you'd really like to split into multiple ones. That was the scenario I faced when I got a large file that had street addresses in one field.
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It amazes me how much school has changed since I graduated. One change is the Cornell Notes system. This article shows you how to create a Cornell Notes template using Microsoft Word. The nice thing about learning how to create a template is you can tweak it to your style. The template also works
Everyone looks at data differently. Some people create Excel spreadsheets where the main fields go across horizontally in a row. Others put the data vertically. Sometimes these preferences lead to a scenario where you want to transpose Excel data. Transpose is an Excel function that allows you to
Conveniences come at a cost and Microsoft Word documents are no different. Some of the features we use can lead to large file sizes. This can be an issue if you're low on disk space or you need to send these files as email attachments. Many ISPs and companies have a size limit for email attachments.
One of the lesser-known, but important computer files is the hosts file. It's a basic text file without a file extension that was designed to map or override IP addresses before accessing a domain name server. While often used for running a development website, it's also used to block domains.