If you want to draw a perfect circle, square, triangle, etc., there's a keyboard shortcut that makes it easy!
Navigate to the Microsoft Office application you want to use - we'll use PowerPoint for this example.
On the Insert ribbon, click Shapes, then click on the shape you want ("oval," for example).
If you're using an Office 2003 or earlier application, use the Insert menu.
Sometimes you need to repeat the data or formula from just one cell, and you don't want to bother with copy and paste.
You can quickly copy the contents of a cell to the cell just below it:
Click in the cell just below the cell you want to copy
Press CTRL + ' (apostrophe)
It's that simple!
If you use the Title field for Wiki articles (in addition to the actual file name), you won't be able to use special characters (&, %, *, $, for example) in the Title of a Wiki article. The article will appear properly, but every time
someone tries to access it, a blank message box will appear (not very professional looking!). If this occurs, just remove any non-text characters from the Title...