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How To: Share slides in iPhoto albums in PowerPoint: Mac 2008

Not everybody in this digital age has PowerPoint, whether on Windows or a Mac. But at least Mac users can find other ways to share their PowerPoint presentations with other Mac users via iPhoto. PowerPoint 2008 for Mac makes it easy to share your slideshows. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to share PowerPoint slides as an iPhoto album in this how-to video.

How To: Get familiar with a Mac in comparison to a PC

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to get familiar with a Mac in comparison to a PC. If you're used to working on a PC, this video will show you some of the basic differences between using a PC and a Mac. Once you get to know the fundamentals, you'll find that it doesn't take long to get familiar with the Mac.

How To: Use the basics of Mac OS X Mail

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use the basics of Mac OS X Mail. See how to set up mail with your email accounts, compose messages, add attachments, view attachments with Quick Look, and search through Mail. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac.

How To: Create a shimmery turquoise blue eye makeup look

Lauren, AKA QueenofBlendingMUA has joined the ranks with the other YouTube makeup gurus. Lauren is a makeup artist with a large collection of eye makeup video tutorials. Her eye makeup look span from everyday makeup to creative, more expressive party looks. Check out this makeup tutorial video to learn how to create a shimmery turquoise blue eye makeup look. Search QueenofBlendingMUA on WonderHowTo for more beauty videos.

How To: Wrap text around pictures in Microsoft Word: Mac 2008

Add pictures always seems to mess up your document— but not anymore. In Word 2008 for Mac, adding photos doesn't have to be stressful. Words and pictures can coexist beautifully now. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to make text wrap around pictures in this how-to video. They will look and fit better, and your words can be friends now with your added images.

Start using Microsoft Word: Mac 2008

Whether you've used Word before, on Windows or a Mac, the Word 2008 for Mac program has tons of new and yet undiscovered features (undiscovered by you!) that you still need to learn. So, if you're a beginner Word user or a seasoned pro, you still could learn a thing or two with this overview. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you how to get started in this how-to video.

How To: Use tables in documents on Microsoft Word: Mac 2008

Creating tables inside Microsoft Word has always been a chore— but not anymore! With Word 2008 for Mac, you can easily create tables of all your information. And if you're not sure of the best way to select, resize, and move those tables, you'll know soon enough. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to work with tables with these Word table tips in this how-to video.

Start using Microsoft Excel: Mac 2008

Great news! — Excel isn't just for Windows anymore. Okay, so it's been available on the Mac for awhile now, but if you haven't used it yet, why not start now? Getting started with Excel 2008 for Mac is easy, and this video overview will show beginners or even the most seasoned professional spreadsheet worker a thing or two. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to get started in this how-to video.

How To: Use worksheets in Microsoft Excel: Mac 2008

Data can be troubling, especially if there's a ton of it plaguing your Excel worksheet. But Excel 2008 for Mac makes life a little easier and less confusing thanks to a few worksheet tips and features you can utilize to work with your data in worksheet cells. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to work with worksheets in this how-to video.

How To: Add spreadsheet snippets in Microsoft Excel: Mac 2008

Not every client or coworker likes to mine through a spreadsheet to find all the important data. So, with Excel 2008 for Mac, you can easily share that data without sending the entire Excel spreadsheet. To do this, all you need to do is to use the "copy as picture" option. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to insert a spreadsheet snippet in this how-to video.

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