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The top 10 Microsoft Office tips of 2009

Time for that final look back at the year's most popular tips for each Office app. Read more

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Eliminate accidental Reply To All in Outlook

It's easy to accidentally click Reply To All instead of Reply -- and that can be embarrassing. Worse, it can get you into trouble! Here's an easy trick to eliminate that possibility. Read more

Shade Excel worksheet rows, columns, and sometimes both

Expand a simple technique for shading rows to columns and create a number of interesting patterns. Read more

Customizing is just a double-click away

Most users know that right-clicking a menu or toolbar displays a list of available toolbars. Displaying the Customize dialog box is just as easy, if you know the right click! Read more

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Five Word borders you can apply as you type
Word offers a variety of border styles you can use to separate or set off areas in a document -- and you can apply them automatically with these keyboard tricks.

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Clean up your data with this handy Excel function

Easy parallel columns in Word

Let users view Web pages from within an Access form

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TechRepublic: Best of 2009

As you get ready for a new year, take a moment to review 2009 one last time. We've compiled our best content from the past 12 months. Revisit your favorites, and see what you might have missed!

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