Office software

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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If you’re confused by the three versions of Microsoft Office that are available this year, technology editor Dave Johnson has a simple explanation of each to help you out.
Knowing how to work with settings can expand the capabilities of your SharePoint lists and libraries and provide you with ways to control how content changes.
Open a new OneNote window to see more than one notebook at a time by using Ctrl+M ... Add a new page to the section you’re working on by tapping Ctrl+N ... Send a page via email and include attached files as email attachments with the Ctrl+Shift+E shortcut.
Time and money are precious. You can save both with these tips from tech writer Alex Castle.
OneNote is searchable by itself. If you know who you’re looking for, just click in the search box (upper right corner) and type the name ...
Here are three economical power-boosters for Excel, Outlook and Word.
When you travel, coordinating arrangements and keeping track of all your receipts, documents and miscellaneous information can be overwhelming. I'm now using OneNote to manage my work travel. Here’s how to set it up.
A simple Google search for “HR software” will return a mind-numbing 700,000 results. To select the right vendor and software for your organization, arm yourself with these seven questions to narrow your search:
Most of us think Libraries for documents and Lists for data in SharePoint. However, you can actually attach files to list items.

The people who designed the sites for SharePoint 2010 probably made some decisions based on what they thought you needed. But sometimes, you need to use list data in SharePoint a little differently.

 

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