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If you copy and paste data into a Word document, but you would prefer to see it as a table, follow these steps.

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While it’s easier than it has ever been in Excel 2007 and 2010 to remove duplicates from a list based on selected criteria, you’ll need to watch out for a few things. Here’s how it works and how to avoid potential problems.

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LinkedIn is the No. 1 social media platform for professionals with an estimated professional participation at 83%, according to Inc.com. Many professionals are making a lot of mistakes on LinkedIn, says social media expert Alexandra Gibson, Otto­­­Pilot Media. Here are seven to avoid.

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With the advancement of cellular technology comes a new generation of mobile apps designed to streamline your life and be an intelligent companion: everything from recommending restaurants to redirecting your morning commute, and all before you even ask.

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How to select a shape and use Ctrl+Shift+ to reduce or increase its height or width.

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It’s hard to escape needing to know the basics in accounting, no matter what your job. If it’s been awhile since you’ve taken a refresher course, or you skipped it to begin with, check out these sites!

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Do you have a meeting that recurs, but not on a regular schedule? Rather than copying and pasting the attendees and meeting notice content over and over, try using an Outlook 2010 Quick Step.

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Office 2010 has a great new feature that is especially useful in PowerPoint. Click on the Remove Background button on the Picture Tools Format contextual tab …

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Social media can do far more than just entertain you; it can significantly im­­pact your company’s bottom line when used correctly. Here are a few examples of how to use the three most common so­­cial media channels to reduce the num­­ber of inbound calls to your call center.

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If you receive an Excel workbook with a Pivot Table in it and try to use the cells in a formula, you’ve probably seen the GetPivotData reference. GetPivotData has some very good uses, but it can be frustrating if you just want to refer to particular values in a range of cells in a Pivot Table …

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