Imagine you have a table in a Microsoft Word document that spans several pages and you want its column heading to repeat on subsequent pages. What would you do?
Now imagine you have a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet open and want to sort a column of values in ascending order. How would you do it?
Finally, imagine you want to start a new message in Microsoft Outlook. Do you know what the shortcut key is?
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