Office Technology Today

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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If you know the precise locations for tab stops, use the Para­­graph Settings dialog box.

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From TheMuse.com—sites that every professional should know …

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Android phones have many little-known shortcuts to help you get more done quicker. Here are a few.

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One of the biggest challenges in managing project tasks is establishing a common repository. With a widely accessible common repository like OneNote, the whole team can be more effective. Here is how.

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Create a calendar item from an email on a different calendar by opening your calendar on another page.

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A brow­­ser extension called SellHack will allow you to see nearly any LinkedIn user’s email address, Alyssa Bereznak writes.

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While the new Excel has some high-powered features for expert data crunchers, there are plenty of cool tools for everyone.

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