Top 5 MVP Monday Blogs of 2014

  1. Calendar Federation with an Exchange Hybrid    Office 365 MVP Loryan Strant and Exchange Server MVP Michael Van Horenbeeck In this blog post Exchange Server MVP Michael Van Horenbeeck and Office 365 MVP Loryan Strant will attempt to bridge the divide between the on-premises world and the cloud – and why sometimes it doesn’t always work as we…


Friday Five – April 28, 2014

1. Alternate Username for ADFS 3.0 and #Office365 By Office 365 MVP Sean McNeill 2.  Office 365 Password Expiration Policy By CRM MVP Donna Edwards 3. Using the SSIS OData Source Connector With SharePoint Online Authentication By SharePoint MVP John White 4. Using PowerShell to remove files older than X days By Exchange Server MVP Anderson Patricio 5. Sync animation…


PowerPoint and Excel: Perfect Partners for Dynamic Tables and Dashboards

Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw PowerPoint and Excel: Perfect Partners for Dynamic Tables and Dashboards PowerPoint 2010 and PowerPoint 2013 introduced improvements to a lot of features, but sadly PowerPoint Tables was not one of them (and I can say the same for Word Tables). In both apps, pretty…


Friday Five – February 7, 2014

1. Avoid strange characters when sending mail through Exchange or Office 365 By Macintosh MVP William Smith 2. Create Before/After Query Update Events By Excel MVP Zack Barresse 3. Explorer-Type Dialogs in Excel 2013 for Open or Save As By Excel MVP Chris Smith  4. OneNote and SharePoint – Better Together! By OneNote MVP Ben Schorr 5. Work faster in…


Friday Five-July 26, 2013

1. Jerky Animations in PowerPoint 2010 and 2013 By PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj – @geetesh 2. Point-in-Time Dimension Reporting in DAX By SQL Server MVP Chris Webb– @Technitrain 3. How to prevent changes to Outlook views By Outlook MVP Diane Poremsky – @outlooktips 4. 50 Ways to Leave Your XAML Windows Store App By Client…


Enhanced Presenter View in PowerPoint 2013

Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj Most presenters just cram their slides with text – you may have seen such slides often, characterized by so much text that they look like a Word document repurposed as a slide – or even worse, it may appear as someone just copied…


PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 4: Infographics in Motion with Animations, Transitions, Interactivity and Screen Zoom

Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 4: Infographics in Motion with Animations, Transitions, Interactivity and Screen Zoom In the first three parts of this series we covered the creation of infographics. This part shows you how to use PowerPoint 2013 features to add motion and…


PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 3: Creating Infographics with SmartArt and Apps for Office

Editor’s Note:The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw. PowerPoint 2013: Visualizations Part 3: Creating Infographics with SmartArt and Apps for Office In the previous two parts of this series, we discussed creating infographics specifically from data.  But infographics is not only about numerical data.  By definition, infographics is the graphical representation of…