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Office software goes far beyond word processing and spreadsheets. Make sure you’re developing the technology skills your office needs to succeed.

From Google tips and web document management to web meetings and more, Business Management Daily tells you what’s new, and whether it’s worth the investment.

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Q. I was told that I have OneNote, because I have MS Office Professional. But, I don’t see it anywhere. How can I get it?
While in the library containing your documents, click on the Library tab and choose Connect to Outlook ...
Think of the number of times you’ve walked away from a co-worker’s desk, eager to act on the subject matter you’ve just discussed, and then can’t recall the details. Instead of just gabbing, start a discussion item as you’re talking. You can reply with information you were thinking of and even invite others to contribute.
How well does OneNote stack up against the gold-standard note-taking app Evernote to corral the paper chaos?
Review your notebook research with Ctrl+Shift+H ... Create a new subpage under the selected page by using Ctrl+Shift+Alt+N ... Advance to the next page in the section with Ctrl+Page Down.
Purchased a new computer recently? Here are tips to help you get around and find what you need on Windows 8.
Q. We’re rolling out SharePoint. Should we just set up sites by department and let each department set up their subsites?
Q. After navigating and drilling down through several folders and subfolders, the “breadcrumb” trail at the top is no longer accurate. How can I fix that?
Q. We just switched over to SharePoint 2013. How do I add a library?
A lot of people ask, “What kinds of things could I do with a SharePoint list?” Let’s explore some possibilities.
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