Category Archives: MS Office

How to rotate an image on a slide? | Powerpoint 2007

First make sure you have selected the image and then go under Picture Tools and Format tab into Arrange section. Click on “Rotate” and choose the appropriate way of rotation from the menu. Simply hover over to see the way your image is flipped to avoid any further confusion if this move is not the right one.

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How to accept changes? | Word 2007

Place your cursor upon the change shown and go to the ribbon under Review tab. In Changes section press on “Accept”. The easiest way to accept a change however is by clicking with your right mouse button on the change and choosing from the menu “Accept Insertion”. Another thing you can do is accept all changes at once under the same button by pressing on the down facing arrow and choosing “Accept All Changes in Document”.

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How to see top ten percent of your items on the list? | Excel 2007

First select your cells and go under Home tab into Styles section. Choose the first button from the row called “Conditional Formatting”. From there choose “Top/Bottom Rules” and “Top 10 % …” In the menu you can choose the percentage to be reached. By default the number is 10. From the right sided drop-down menu select the style you wish to apply. Notice that some only apply to text or background whilst others format both of those. If you are satisfied, click on “OK”. Remember that this percentage does not come from total value of the list, but from the top values forming 10% in terms of items.

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