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Josh Nicholas, writing at Lifehacker, suggests some apps to give you access to notes, emails and other forms of communication to stay on top of things back at the office.
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If you are a PowerPoint power user, it may seem a bit disconcerting to move to Google Slides, but most of the tools you use are in there, just in different places than you’re used to finding them.
With bigger screens on our smartphone, manufacturers are working to reduce the risk of damage by implementing a unibody frame and an aluminum build to make the devices stronger and more resistant.
Some shortcuts work the same across many Office applications, including OneNote.
Whether you need to move people or packages, working with aggregators such as these can net you a great deal.
Like many things animation should be used in moderation in Power­Point. One place where it can be meaningfully applied is in presentations that are designed to be delivered via internet portal, such as a webinar.
When you copy Excel data and try to paste it into a Word table, you may be unpleasantly surprised with the results.
Two tricky functions, two solutions before they drive you nuts.
Conference branding is important, but it should not impede your audiences from consuming slide content from your speakers.
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