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With cameras in every smartphone, taking pictures is easier than ever. But unless you are a trained photographer, your pictures might not be as sharp and crisp as you would like. To get the best possible pictures with your smartphone, follow these tips.

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Create a reusable search easily by starting on the Start button. Type in your search word and then click See more results

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The reviews are in on the first search engine app optimized for tablets. Izik, a free app by Blekko, might just have you clicking something besides Google. Instead of a list of links with text explanations, Izik is a visual search-result provider.

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Here are three sites to get your growing business organized and recognized.

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Typing on a 7-inch tablet touchscreen is awkward, but the Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) operating system changes all that by letting a user write by sliding a finger around the keyboard from one letter to another.

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Whether you use Ctrl+F or the Find button (Editing group, Home tab), launching Find might not give you what you expect.

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Video is becoming the preferred method of communication for many customers. Using videos opens many new and creative ways to deepen the relationship with customers, increase communication and drive new business.

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There are more 7-inch tablets on the market, but they’re not all created equal, says Tony Bradley, a technology writer for PCWorld, who ex­­plains some common user complaints.

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We certainly do not suffer from a lack of data these days. But all the tools in the world will not get that data talking until it is in a format you can use. Excel is the most common place to fix data because it has tools to help scrub up your data files.

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Select time periods and reminders for follow-up flags using Ctrl+Shift+G … Create a meeting request without having your calendar open by selecting Ctrl+Shift+Q … Go to another folder in Outlook by using Ctrl+Y.

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