Tag Archives: Office 365

New, Improved way of delivering Excel reports: Part 2

In this article we will learn the actual steps of delivering Excel reports: Create a report in Excel, Publish it in SharePoint and Share it with others.  Please read the previous article before reading this article.

Publishing Excel reports

Estimated reading time 10 min

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How to delight your customers by making them wait in Lync lobby :(

Have you attended Lync meetings? Did you have to wait in the “virtual lobby” endlessly? Do you realize that you may be doing the same to your invitees?

wait in Lync lobby

Here is the solution to this common irritant …

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Long mail trails simplified : Conversation View

Earlier we saw how to read long mails.  But sometimes, there can be complex mails. New people added, someone who was quiet replies and starts another thread… it can get very confusing. Outgoing mails are in Sent Items or in Archived folders.

Conversation View is your savior in such cases. Find out how…

Conversation view for long mail trails

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The most important feature of Office 2013 – Integration with SharePoint

Why use Office 2013? Integration with Sharepoint

Many companies are still using older versions of Office. They often ask me why they should move to Office 2013. There are many new features in Office 2013. However, among the most important (and often overlooked) benefits is integration with Sharepoint. Therefore, this article is dedicated to features related to SharePoint, Office 365 and OneDrive usage.

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Basic vs. Advanced – the psychological deterrent to efficient Office usage!

Many training programs and books are divided into two varieties – Basic and Advanced. This classification gets ingrained in the mind of users who have neither attended any training nor read any book. From what I have observed and analyzed over the last decade, this thought process is a key deterrent to effective and efficient usage of Microsoft Office. At least I have not come across any source which discusses this issue. Therefore, I am addressing it in this article.

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