Office Technology Today

It wouldn’t be new software without having to navigate new, sometimes confusing terrain. Here’s a compass.

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If you lose your iPad, the person who finds it probably won’t be able to access your contact information to return it to you if you use a passcode. To keep the device locked but returnable, Lory Gil suggests a way to add contact information to the lock screen.

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Group projects involving many documents often lead to lots of comments and back-and-forth through email. The Convo app makes revising documents much easier by loading documents into a full-time chat room where group members can scroll sections.

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Android recently released the Android 4.4, “KitKat.” This edition comes with an important feature that can speed up your phone and increase battery life.

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Get the team on the same page more efficiently by exploring these key features in the software’s latest versions.

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You won’t know how great 8 is until you can do what you used to do. With the latest update, Windows boots to the desktop.

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Here are the top five changes you’ll need to navigate to feel at home in (and delighted by) the latest version.

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While you can’t use Track Changes the way you can in Word and Excel, you can compare two versions of a presentation.

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Go to another folder on your long detailed folder list by clicking Ctrl+Y … Reveal the Search Tools contextual tab and place your cursor into the Search box with F3 … Use the space bar for scrollbar-free scrolling down a long message in the Reading Pane.

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No need to keep that password list handy anymore. Researchers from Microsoft have overturned some long-held wisdom on Internet security.

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