Office Technology Today

Over the past few years, Microsoft has tried to help us resolve our internal organizational struggles over Tracked Changes by offering different default flavors, features and fail safe plans.

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What should be on a form? What is a good starting place to create this or that type of record?

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It’s no surprise that tech skills are in demand. Research from Dice.com shows where IT folks should be concentrating their attention going forward.

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Add flexibility to your operation by considering moving beyond the office.

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Remembering the basics

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If you’re still using Office 2007 or 2010, and you are a frequent Excel user, it might be time to consider the newer versions. Here are some of the newest features and how they can save you time.

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Keeping minutes; find/replace; formatting

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Can you do Sparklines in Sheets? … What’s the difference between a Note and a Comment in Google Sheets? … What does ‘is_sorted’ do?

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Many organizations have turned to Google for their office productivity software needs, leaving the seasoned Office user a bit lost when it comes to more advanced capabilities.

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Word has two strategies you can use to create composite documents from subdocuments. A subdocument is just a Word document that will eventually become part of a larger Word document.

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