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Currency conversion using Google.

To use Google’s built-in currency converter, simply enter the conversion you’d like done into the Google search box and Google will provide your answer directly on the results page.

For example type “150 rupees in USD” and Google will show results.

How to search about medicines using Google?

To see information about most generic and brand name prescription drugs in the U.S., enter the drug name into the search box, and Google will display a summary and description of that medication. You can click through links from the National Institutes of Health to get more information about side effects, how to take the medication, precautions, dietary instructions, and what to do if you miss a dose.

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How to find about disease using Google?

To see information about a common disease or symptom, enter it into the search box and Google will return the beginning of an expert summary. You can click through to read the entire article.
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How to find movie timing using Google?

To find reviews and show times for movies playing near you, type “movies” or the name of a current film into the Google search box. If you’ve already saved your location on a previous search, the top search result will display show times for nearby theatres for the movie you've chosen.

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How to search synonyms using Google?

If you want to search not only for your search term but also for its synonyms, place the tilde sign (~) immediately in front of your search term.

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How to publish word file as PDF?

To save or export a file to PDF or XPS, you must first install the Publish as PDF or XPS add-in for the 2007 Microsoft Office system.

1. Go to the Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS Add-in for 2007 Microsoft Office programs and follow the instructions on that page.

2. After you install the Publish as PDF or XPS add-in, you can export your file to PDF or XPS.

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How to combine the contents of multiple cells into one in Excel?

You can use a formula with the ampersand (&) operator to combine text from multiple cells into one cell.

1. Select the cell in which you want to combine the contents of other cells.
2. To start the formula, type =(
3. Select the first cell that contains the text that you want to combine, type &" "& (with a space between the quotation marks), and then select the next cell that contains the text that you want to combine.
4. To combine the contents of more than two cells, continue selecting cells, making sure to type &" "& between selections. If you don't want to add a space between combined text, type & instead of &" "&. To insert a comma, type &", "& (with a comma followed by a space between the quotation marks).
5. To finalize the formula, type )
6. To see the results, press Enter.

You can use formula called “Concatenate” for doing the same task as shown above.
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How to repeat an action in Excel?

Many times you want to repeat some actions. You can do repetitive task faster by pressing Ctrl + Y for repeat. Some actions, such as using a function in a cell, cannot be repeated.

For example you have filled a cell with a color. And you want all the cells that need value to of the same color. Then do the following.

1. In first cell fill the color that you want the cell to be filled by.

2. Click on the cells that you want to fill with same color and press Ctrl + Y.

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