What are you to do if you embed fonts in a document and then someone else cannot make changes to that document? Chances are good that this scenario has to do with the characteristics of the fonts you are embedding. Here are some things to check out.
Excel allows you to easily add hyperlinks to a worksheet. Click on it, and the target of the link is opened in a browser window. If you want to specify which browser is used to display the link, things get more complex.
Finding and replacing information in a worksheet is easy. Finding and replacing in other objects (such as text boxes or chart labels) is a different story entirely. This tip examines ways you can find and replace information in these other items.
If you have multiple editors (or authors) working on the same document, and each of them is adding comments, you may want to view only the comments made by a subset of those editors. This can be easily done, but the steps you follow depend on the version of Word you are using.
Context menus can be very helpful for presenting common operations you can perform, based on the context in which the menu is displayed. Here's how you can add your own items to the Context menus used by Excel.
Conditional formatting is a great feature for making the data in your worksheets more understandable and usable. What if you need to define a conditional format that has more than three conditions? Here are a few ideas.