Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Are you taking advantage of all the free training provided by Microsoft.com? The best lesson I ever learned was to look for the answer myself before asking for help. Seems that the answer is usually already there. According the the Crabby Office Lady, it's a lesson others need to learn, too. Read about Crabby's underused feature of the week: Office Training.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Thanks to @MrExcel for sharing! View recording of Whats New In Excel 2010 webinar at http://www.safaribooksonline.com/Corporate/DownloadAndResources/webcasts.php.
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
For some records, you enter today's date for a particular field. When a date is to be the current date, you can eliminate entering any value at all. Set the field’s Default Value property to Now() or Date(). When you enter a new record, the property will enter the system’s current date (and time). If for some reason it is not today's date, you can still type over the default value with the correct date (and time).If you only occassionaly enter the current date, you can use the shortcut CTRL+; (semicolon) instead.