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In OneNote 2013, you’ll notice a His­­tory tab. There are several great tools to use here that can help you find what you’re looking for and detect changes.
One of the best features of SharePoint 2010 and 2013 is the way it permits co-authoring. Co-authoring means more than one person is in a document, workbook or presentation at the same time editing different parts. It works differently in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
In PowerPoint 2010 and 2013, you’ll find controls in the lower left corner of your screen that you can use while showing your slides.
Has it come to this, where we need anti-distraction apps in our lives? Absolutely. Here are five to make you stay on task.
Insert the default chart on the same worksheet as the data you’ve selected ... Stop squinting at those little filter arrows ... Close Excel the easy way.
The Small Business Admin­­is­­tra­­tion lists these sites for free demographic data.
We’ve all done it—hit the send button in a hurry and regretted it. Not anymore. Gmail now offers an “Undo Send” feature on its email accounts.
If your reports require special notation like footnotes, captions, cross-references and indexes, you’ll want to become familiar with the References tab in Word.
Do you have similarly formatted text in your document in several places and need to adjust the format?
Did you know that you’re not limited to the columns you see in your Outlook views?
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