Today’s article from Lifehack, 20 Tricks That Can Make Anyone An Excel Expert, has twenty awesome tricks you can use to make working with spreadsheets easier. And while it’s hard to pick a favorite, the one that has saved me loads of time and frustration is number 13, which is a neat trick that transposes your data from a row to a column. Who hasn’t started a spreadsheet, entered data and then suddenly realized that you set it up it wrong? If you don’t know this trick, this is a head-down-on-the-desk-while-contemplating-a-new-career-option-as-a-welcomer-at-the-big-box-store moment. And it doesn’t have to happen. Check out this article – maybe it’ll save you time, and more importantly, save you from that big goose egg on your forehead and/or that unflattering blue vest. Be happy.
Wantt to know how to start numbering on a page other than the first one (say you don’t want to have page numbers on the title page, and the table of contents)? Here’s an easy how-to: http://www.ehow.com/how_5831952_start-numbering-middle-word-document.html