Office Technology Today

One of the best things about Windows 7 is that you can find what you seek in just a couple of clicks. And, then find it again and again. How? Pinning.

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Pick your own way to get comfortable with social media. Seven shortcuts:

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Did you know Outlook will Spell Check your email before it goes out, even if you forget? Do you like the Reading Pane but don’t like items automatically marked “Read”? Don’t like those Desktop Alerts that display every time you receive a new email? Click on Tools, Options …

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You’ve created something amazing with multiple-layered objects and animation. And now, you have to make a change …

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When we think about PowerPoint presentations, we usually imagine a speaker in front of the room with a projector and a screen. But many presentations are delivered by alternative methods. One common method is self-directed at a kiosk or at someone’s computer. Creating this type of presentation is easier than you think.

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If you’ve never used SharePoint, you may be confused by some ­people’s descriptions of it. For the uninitiated (or underinitiated), here’s what SharePoint is—and isn’t.

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Information about everything from travel expense rates to tax exemptions to truth-in-advertising standards can be found on these three sites.

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We’ve all attached files to email. But you can also attach other Outlook items, such as emails and appointments.

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Not satisfied with your Twitter results? The solution could be what you’re not doing with Twitter. Jeff Haden, Inc., offers eight apps that might help you take Twitter to the next level.

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Try creating a Custom View in Excel if repeated filtering and hiding columns and rows become drudgery.

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