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Click on the Dialog Box Launchers to find old familiar screens.

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You may have had Outlook 2010 for a while and wondered what those Quick Steps are that appear in the middle of your Home ribbon and inside of emails. Quick Steps are single-click solutions to an otherwise multiple-click process.

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Trying to type on a small smartphone keyboard can be very frustrating. The fingers just don’t fit. To ease the frustration, several app developers have invented more efficient ways to type on mobile devices. Check out these options.

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Pinterest, the social content sharing ­service that allows members to “pin” images, videos and other objects to their pinboard, recently launched apps for both the iPad and Android. The third-most popular social network after Facebook and Twitter also reversed its invitation-only policy by opening up the site to the general public.

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Let’s say you have a meeting scheduled to discuss resolving customer complaints. To prepare for the meeting, attendees search their inboxes and network drives to find related files they’ll need to begin visualizing a process. By inserting some of these objects into the meeting notice, you can help attendees better prepare for the meeting.

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Here are three websites specializing in all things Office.

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Do you need to provide assistance to people and know they are frustrated because the explanation doesn’t seem to make sense to them? Windows 7 has the answer in the Problem Step Recorder.

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Use Alt+S to compose, forward, or reply to an email … Substitute Alt+. when you don’t want to click in the To: line when composing an email … Toggle to the Subject line in an email message by hitting Alt+U.

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You may have heard that Excel Pivot Tables are too difficult and should be attempted only by the most advanced users. Not true! Pivot Tables are easy to create and you can use them for everything from answering simple questions to performing complex analysis.

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First, save each open file. Then, with all workbooks open and arranged how you want them (tiled, horizontal/vertical windows, arranged in various window sizes), click the Save Workspace button in the Windows group of the view tab …

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