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Tutor profile: Jacquelyn C.

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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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How do I create a PivotChart using Microsoft Excel?

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Answer:

Open Microsoft Excel and paste your information into an empty worksheet. Highlight the information and click the Insert tab. Next, click PivotChart. A dialogue box will open where you will confirm which cells you would like to use and where you would like the chart to go on the worksheet. Click OK. The chart will now appear! To the right of the chart, you will see options of what variables to include in the chart. Click the check box next to each option you would like to include. Below, you will find options to further refine your chart.

Subject: Information Technology

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How do I make my Works Cited page in MLA format using Microsoft Word?

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On the next page after the end of your paper, type "Works Cited" on the top line center-align it. Skip a line and hit Ctrl + T to create a hanging indent. Then, start listing your references in alphabetical order in the appropriate format.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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How do I find articles relating to my research topic?

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Jacquelyn C.
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First, try Google Scholar: scholar.google.com. You can limit your results using the options on the left. Articles that you can read online in full will have PDF to the right - click there to read the full article. Next, visit your school or public library's webpage to search the special databases provided for students.

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