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.
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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We’ve all attached files to email. But you can also attach other Outlook items, such as emails and appointments.
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.
Try creating a Custom View in Excel if repeated filtering and hiding columns and rows become drudgery.
The key to working smarter is learning shortcuts. PC World recently asked several tech experts to share a few of their productivity secrets. Here are some of the best culled from the list.
Keeping previous versions of a document while modifying it makes it easy to step back from recent changes and move forward from there.
Named ranges, which substitute a user-specified name for data in a range of cells, make data entry easier, formulas simpler to name, and cells a cinch to locate.
Create an instant diagram by right-clicking on a set of bullet points. On the right-click menu, you’ll find Convert to SmartArt …