Jennifer Nolan reminded me tha Alt-Enter lets you put multiline text into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. I’d ran across it before, but hadn’t remembered it until she pointed it out. =) Thought I’d pass it on!
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This was one of those things that I learned long after I had been using Excel. It really helps when you want to put stuff together.
Another helper I learned is that if you put a single quote before dashes, then you can have a pseudo-bulleted list. Otherwise Excel things the – is a function. Excel hides the single quote too.
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