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How to deselect cells in Office 365 Excel?
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by:elgin229
I am sorry because this issue is really bugging me.  I'm running Excel Office 365 on Windows 10 i7 7700 and the control +click does absolutely nothing.

Please don't take it as blunt I'm just stating a fact after 2 or 3 hours of looking for the answer.

The marque just keeps rolling around the selected cells.

Thanks for offering an answer albeit not the correct one.
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by:James Bilous
You might want to reask this as a question in the excel topic area for better results, instead of via a post.
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outlook folders unstable, Every time my client clicks on delete, it transposes, or physically moves and makes itself inbox. so he has to be carefull between the two folders,
outlook 2016 , on MS office small business.

its been on for about 3 weeks now


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Happy to share my first article published on Expert Exchange.
guys, please check it out and if you like it please give your endorsement to the article, so that I get more point for my level up :)

This article talks about exporting Office 365 Mailbox to PST using the new EOP portal.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/30379/Exporting-Emails-to-PST-from-Office-365-Mailbox.html
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by:Sunil Chauhan
that's rights, PSTs are hated by E-Discovery team, as they can not be searched through, but there are times when you need to export the data to PST from Office 365, like: migrate the mailbox to another office 365 tenant, or on a client request, some time compliance team may request to export data from users mailbox etc.
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by:Brian Matis
Makes sense. Thanks!
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what is the maximum number of cells microsoft office 2013 excel application supports
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by:James Bilous
1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns = 17,179,869,184 cells
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by:Jim Horn
Microsoft publishes pages on Excel Specifications and Limitations for every new version that answers tons of questions like this.
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Don't expect others to have VBA/macros enabled in MS Office. Stuff like this is why. I disagree with the author's opinion that PowerPoint should be avoided, but it's no different than Adobe Illustrator - knowing how to use the app doesn't make you an artist.
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by:Echo_S
Very true.

But I will say that I rarely see macro-enabled PowerPoint files (PPTM). Most of the experts who I know (many of whom are answering the PPT VBA questions here) don't send the code in a PPT file because, well, because PPT doesn't really work like Word and auto-execution is not the easiest. For that reason, and probably many more reasons in addition, most of them distribute add-ins, which are a different animal altogether because they must be installed or at least activated intentionally, unlike macros.

Anyway, what you said -- it's all the more reason to be safe out there!
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by:Colleen Kayter
Macro-enabled PPT files may be rare in the wild, but I've seen people ask about things like using VBA to open all the Excel files in a folder and "automatically" create charts in PowerPoint. For the sake of their audience, I could only hope they planned to spend a few hours formatting those charts. "Automatic" slide decks are what gives PowerPoint a bad rep. ;-)
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For those new to Office 365 admin center, here is a blog I wrote up to help you learn 2-step verification and MFA. https://callthatgirl.biz/how-to-setup-office-365-2-step-verification-and-multi-factor-authentication/How-To-Setup-Office-365-2-Step-Verif.jpg
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Quickbooks Scam

I had a client ask about using Quickbooks in multiple locations. My suggestion is to use the web version for eas of use and you get at least 3 user accounts vs having to buy multiple licensees for the desktop version.  

Just as I walked into the office I was told Quickbooks had already called in and was remoting in and working on it.  I asked my client which version and he was not sure.  I went to the computer and saw a big string of pings going through the command prompt.  Suspiciously, I  Jumped on the Teamviewer chat and asked if they are migrating to the web version or using the desktop. The "tech" asked if he could call me directly.  His voice was very hurried with a heavy accent and said if we went to the web version, payroll wouldn't work.  I know that is not correct and this didn't feel right and I asked if I could call him right back at the same time I ended the TV session.

Called into Intuit to verify and at the same time saw two payments from some electronic payment company that was not Intuit. One for $449.99 the other $999.99.  Both were for "Tech support" and not an actual product.  

I explained to my client he had been scammed.  In his email, I saw there was a password recovery. I asked if he gave out his password to the "tech".  Of course he did.  I had him change his password for his email account and quickbooks.  Next call was to the credit card company.  Right away there is a recording, "It looks like there are fraudulent …
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by:Brian Matis
Ugh... That sucks. Glad you were able to help them catch the problem quick. Nice work and thanks for sharing the head's up about this kind of thing.
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by:Daniella Barion
Thanks for sharing.  Unfortunately, these fraud events happen more than we can imagine.  We need to be always on alert.
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New member today got a solution today.

After searching the net for help it became apparent that there were professional contributors on your site willing to provide expert advice. The advice given was very fast and first class.

Fred
This was their question that was answered.
https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/29012797/Create-Dynamic-Range-Via-VBA.html
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Lesson learned this weekend: when doing a cut-over migration to Office 365 Exchange online, make sure you don't have existing users in Office 365,   Migration will refuse to provision the users as duplicates (seems like a bug to me).
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by:Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)
hum, still getting all comments.

We'll make this a long one

by spacing out some lines

and so forth.

and talking a lot about nothing.

just some hot air

can't wait for the balloon fest
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by:Brian Matis
Ha! Nice experimenting :-)
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Microsoft Office

58K

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Contributors

Microsoft Office is an integrated suite of applications that includes Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Visio and InfoPath, along with a number of tools to assist in making the individual components work together. Coding within and between the projects is done in Visual Basic for Applications, known as VBA.