Office Technology Today

If you find yourself memorizing several repetitive steps just to do what you do every day in Outlook, try these tips to solve your email problems.

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Now that OneNote is free, and on just about any platform or device, it’s a handy tool to use as a whiteboard for meetings where participants attend remotely.

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Track changes in Excel like the same operation you’re familiar with in Word. On the Review tab, Changes group, click Track Changes and choose Highlight Changes…

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If you never click on the prompt to archive items because you don’t know what happens next, you’re not alone.

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With so many people watching videos, this is the perfect social media to engage your current and future customers and clients.

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Create a new work sheet to the right of the active work sheet with Shift+F11 … Enlarge your screen real estate quickly by collapsing the ribbon to only tabs by selecting Ctrl+F1 … Locate or quickly clear all cells with comments using Ctrl+Shift+O.

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Both providers have made recent strides to attract new customers. What’s best for you or your company? Here’s some information to consider.

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Too many cute animal videos in your life? Here are three suggestions from Business Insider on better uses for your Web-surfing time.

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It wouldn’t be new software without having to navigate new, sometimes confusing terrain. Here’s a compass.

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If you lose your iPad, the person who finds it probably won’t be able to access your contact information to return it to you if you use a passcode. To keep the device locked but returnable, Lory Gil suggests a way to add contact information to the lock screen.

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