Office software goes far beyond word processing and spreadsheets. Make sure you’re developing the technology skills your office needs to succeed.
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The No. 1 reason SharePoint implementations fail is lack of engagement. You can do a few key things to avoid this situation from the very start.
“With the release of Windows 10, you will need an Office 365 subscription to edit on Windows 10 PCs and larger tablets,” says Gabriel Aul, Microsoft.
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.
There are some pretty geeky ways to create forms in Microsoft Office. Start with these less geeky solutions first.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel answers readers' questions about this ever more popular program.
Q. I use files from all over the place. How can I tell what file I’m in and where it is located while I’m working on it?
Create a numbered list in a snap ... Make bullet points out of a list quickly ... Clear formatting when things get a little “colorful.”
OneNote is a great place to take meeting notes, but what about all those to-do items that result? Here’s how to take your notebooks to the next level by making them interactive.
It’s good to prioritize, but it’s also good to order it by type. After all, you can book travel around the clock, but calling customers has a more limited time frame.