Melissa P Esquibel

A Microsoft® Certified Trainer, Melissa Esquibel combines her 25+ years experience in information technology with a background in training, technical writing and business risk analysis. Her goal: To take you from "No, how?" to "Know how!"

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Working with Pivot Tables

Q. How can I avoid changing the data source each time my source data grows?

Those are the breaks! Or not! Removing breaks from documents

Did you just inherit a mess of a document with hard breaks all over the place? Did you know that you can just do aMicrosoft Word find/replace to get rid of them? Try this!

Charting Data from Multiple Worksheets or Workbooks

This can be a sticky wicket if you’ve ever inherited a workbook that has charts linking data from several locations. Until you know how its put together, you either don’t change anything, or change one thing and watch all of it fall apart...

Are there any special considerations for an online Power­­­­Point presentation?

Q. I’m delivering a presentation online. Are there any special considerations for my Power­­­­Point presentation?

Can I get college credit for my Microsoft Office Specialist certifications?

Q. Can I get college credit for my Microsoft Office Specialist certifications?

Party Favor with PowerPoint

If you have a treasure trove of photos from the office or work site with which you’d like to create slideshow for your holiday gathering, it’s easy to do in PowerPoint.

Problem Step Recorder

Did you just do the most amazing thing on your computer, but sure you’ll never remember it again? Try the Problem Step Recorder (PSR) in Windows 7.

Automate Worksheet Views

If you have a workbook that everyone views a little bit differently, you can automate it, so that everyone just has to click their own button. Even if you are the only one who uses it, but you use it differently for different purposes, this solution would work, too.

3 Cool Things about SharePoint in Office 365 Enterprise Editions

If you’ve recently implemented or are thinking about implementing SharePoint in your new Office 365 environment here are a few things that I think are definite improvements.

It's all about Excel

How is the new Excel Sumlfs different from SumIf, and how do you dissect a formula to troubleshoot?