Office Technology Today

Let’s face it: Meetings can be a drag. Get things going at your next meeting with an app. Kit Eaton at the New York Times, suggests six apps to try at your next get-together.

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OneNote is a great place to take meeting notes, but what about all those to-do items that result? Here’s how to take your notebooks to the next level by making them interactive.

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Free survey tools enable you to query your customers, staff or followers about a particular topic. You can set up a two- to three-question survey in under five minutes with any of these online survey tools.

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It’s good to prioritize, but it’s also good to order it by type. After all, you can book travel around the clock, but calling customers has a more limited time frame.

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You finally finish that 30-page document, and then the re­­­viewer says, “It’s perfect! Can you make one little change?” If that “little change” is the color of all your topic headings, and you did these manually, you’d need to go through your document and change each one. Ouch!

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One way to make this easier is to look at multiple worksheets or workbooks at the same time.

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Let’s talk lookups. Many Excel users have at least heard of the VLookUp function. Fewer have heard about HLookUp, and LookUp. Here’s an over­­view of what each of these functions does and how they’re used in the wild.

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If you’re like most people, you find it annoying to click an article online and have a video pop up automatically. Here’s the trick to thwarting it.

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Regardless of where you’re starting in your SharePoint im­­plementation journey, stepping away from the technology and stepping into your business processes will bear sweet fruit.

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Recover your outline levels in subtotal mode … Hide a row quickly … Create a table from anywhere inside a well-built list.

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