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Tutor profile: Nina A.

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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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What is a master slide in MS PowerPoint and what is the benefit of using one?

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A master slide in MS PowerPoint is the main design template that stores information about your theme and layout and includes information like backgrounds, fonts, placeholders, colors and effects. The benefit of using a slide master is that you are able to make design changes that update your entire presentation at the click of a button.

Subject: Microsoft Excel

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When you are creating a formula with multiple calculations (e.g. addition, multiplication etc.), in what sequence does MS Excel perform the operation?

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MS Excel uses the standard mathematical principal of BEDMAS, which is an acronym for the order in which operations take place, i.e: 1. Brackets 2. Exponents 3. Division 4. Multiplication 5. Addition 6. Subtraction

Subject: Microsoft Access

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What is a primary key in MS Access?

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A primary key is a table column that uniquely identifies each record and cannot be a duplicate or a null value. It is used to set up relationships with other tables in your database.

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