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Tutor profile: Avrom H.

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Avrom H.
Former Apple Store Creative Pro for over 12 years
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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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What are the common Microsoft file extensions in the Microsoft Suite?

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Answer:

.docx – Word document .dotx – Word template .xlsx – Excel workbook .xltx – Excel template .pptx – PowerPoint presentation .pptm – PowerPoint macro-enabled presentatio

Subject: Microsoft Excel

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How do I make a row or column in Excel always visible?

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This is usually known as freeze panes. To freeze a row or column you would Select View > Freeze Panes > Freeze First Column. To freeze other rows and columns you would perform the same actions as above but instead of Freeze First Column you would see Freeze Panes.

Subject: HTML Programming

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What is the difference between HTML and CSS?

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HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. HTML utilizes tags to create the basic structure of the website. They typically come in pairs inside of inequality signs <>. Example <b>This text is bold.</b> The ending tag always contains a forward slash. CSS is more meant for design of the page. It enhances a page that was created using HTML.

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