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Forms created in Word that are meant to be filled out and sent back often don’t cooperate with the user. Try these techniques when making your own.

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Q. Is there a way to “check out” a document section rather than a whole document in SharePoint?

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Here’s a little trick if you’re on a dark airplane using your iPad.

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Here are seven of the best tricks that will not only save you time, but make you more pro­­ductive.

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Q. ZIP codes with leading zeroes don’t come over correctly in a mail merge. Formatted using the Special format, ZIP Code doesn’t work. What can I do to fix this?

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These shortcuts use the Windows key on the bottom of your keyboard, usually left of the Alt key. They work in Windows 7 or Windows 8.

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While in the library containing your documents, click on the Library tab and choose Connect to Outlook …

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Think of the number of times you’ve walked away from a co-worker’s desk, eager to act on the subject matter you’ve just discussed, and then can’t recall the details. Instead of just gabbing, start a discussion item as you’re talking. You can reply with information you were thinking of and even invite others to contribute.

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For character length limits, such as the 140 limit in Twitter, try using the LEN function to ensure your post will be suitable for the target …

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After all, who needs a handout page that says “Lunch”? Con­­nect slide and handout pages by inserting a text placeholder on Slide Master layouts for the handout page number. It allows your attendees to easily orient themselves to their materials.

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