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Import, Arrange and Present Graphics in Word 2007/10

http://www.online-tech-tips.com Despite Microsoft’s attempts to make inserting and manipulating graphic images in Word documents easier, many people still find it a rather daunting experience, especially the part where you try to make your image sit in your document where you want it. This is especially true for Mac users who find it difficult to understand why Microsoft puts PC users through so much work to accomplish the same things they do so easily on their Apple platform. The best way around

Make One Page Landscape in Word 2010

http://www.online-tech-tips.com Recently, I was writing a Word document and I came across an interesting problem. I had about 20 pages in the Word document, but I needed one of them to be in landscape orientation. Even though I’ve been using Word for 10+ years, I had never run into this situation before. After playing around with page breaks and section breaks for about an hour, I finally figured out how to do it without Googling. Unfortunately, making one page landscape in a Word document is not

How to Use Styles in Microsoft Word Version 2010

http://www.online-tech-tips.com Even though a lot of us use Microsoft Word every day, we don’t always take advantage of all that it has to offer. Changing a few simple things in Word can make formatting your document infinitely easier, and building a good set of styles in Microsoft Word will actually make formatting faster as well. When you open the styles menu in Microsoft Word, you will see that the default template has been populated with some basic styles. You can easily use these styles to

Compare iPad with iPad 2

http://www.online-tech-tips.com The long-anticipated announcement for iPad 2 happened this week, leaving many Apple fans wondering if the upgrades are worth buying the new iPad when it debuts today. Following are the major changes between the two models to help you decide. The first generation of iPad weighs in at 1.5 pounds for the WiFi-only model. The iPad 2’s WiFi-only model weighs in at 1.3 pounds. While this does not seem like a big difference, for users who carry the iPad alongside stacks of

How to Use Comments Effectively in Word 2007/2010

http://www.online-tech-tips.com As the years have unfolded, Microsoft has added features, and then upgraded them with each new release of its flagship word processor, even if hardly anyone used those features; one of them is comments , a tool that can be very handy if you are someone that works with Word very often, especially if you work on long documents or collaborate with others. To be clear, comments, are embedded bits of text to remind you of something about the context of your document; they are

Link Cells Between Excel 2010 Tabs and Workbooks

http://www.online-tech-tips.com A common thing to do in Excel is to use one sheet for collecting raw data, such as sales totals, and then to use another tab, or even a workbook to create summations or reports; the thing is though, doing so requires you to have to link cells between them. Fortunately, this is a lot easier than it sounds. First, create or open a sheet that has some data in it; we’ll use the data sheet shown below for this lesson: Highlight and copy the cells you want to link, in this

How to Use the New Advanced Search Features in Windows 7

http://www.online-tech-tips.com With every new release of Windows, Microsoft has upgraded the search facility to allow users ever better ways to find the myriad of files, folders, images, videos and even e-mail on their computers. Windows 7 is no exception, though its advanced features are not very well known since Microsoft chose to hide them on the results page.

SAS Nos. 118, 119 and 120

By Troy Y. Manning, CPA In February 2010, the Auditing Standards Board issued Statements on Auditing Standards (SAS) No. 118, 119 and 120. These standards establish presumptively mandatory requirements that define the auditor's responsibilities related to other information in documents containing audited financial statements; reporting on supplementary information in relation to the financial statement as a whole; and required supplementary information. The effective date of these standards is for audits

Florida CPA Today - May/June 2011

Cover Story: Protecting the profession – 2011 Legislative Session Inside: SAS 118, 119 and 120 – understanding the auditor’s responsibilities, Harness the power of your intergenerational workforce, Industry Icon Steve Knopik

SAS Nos. 118, 119 and 120 - Understanding the auditor's responsibilities

By Troy Y. Manning, CPA In February 2010, the Auditing Standards Board issued Statements on Auditing Standards (SAS) No. 118, 119 and 120. These standards establish presumptively mandatory requirements that define the auditor’s responsibilities related to other information in documents containing audited financial statements; reporting on supplementary information in relation to the financial statement as a whole; and required supplementary information. The effective date of these standards is for