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Excel for Proposal Writers: References

Excel for Proposal Writers: References

Learn to use Excel Tables and Filters to Create Dynamic Lists such as References, Case Studies, and More.Matching the best references or case studies to a specific proposal can be challenging, especially when there are many to choose from and lots of...

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Stress Free SMEs

Stress Free SMEs

Tips for Working with Subject Matter Experts that Minimize your Stress Levels and Theirs Proposal Managers must juggle resources and calendars to make their deadlines.  Here are a few tips to leverage your subject matter experts (SMEs) without...

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Bullet Lists in Excel

Bullet Lists in Excel

“How do I insert bullet lists into Excel?” This is one the most frequent Excel questions that we receive at Expedience. Unlike Microsoft Word, Excel does not provide a simple way to apply bullets to a list. However, with a few simple tricks you...

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Checking-In on Google Docs

Checking-In on Google Docs

Google Docs:  Ready for Power Proposal and RFP Response Users? We frequently monitor the progress Google is making with Google Docs. Given the ubiquity of the Google offerings and their web-based approach we wanted to see what’s changed in the...

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Locksmithing for Excel RFPs

Locksmithing for Excel RFPs

I respond to a fair number of RFP’s in Excel. The RFP’s are usually locked so I can only edit the answer cells, but sometimes there are other restrictions too, like not allowing images or not allowing me to even select and copy the locked...

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The Awesomeness of AutoCorrect

The Awesomeness of AutoCorrect

AutoCorrect is an automatic editing feature that is often maligned for causing unwanted and sometimes embarrassing word substitutions. It is also a long standing feature of Microsoft Word that can be used in some surprisingly powerful ways. You...

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