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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Companies and individuals who use Windows XP should consider migrating to another platform, Dave Johnson writes.
Malware—any form of malicious or harmful coding—can include viruses, spyware, adware, nagware, trojans, worms and more recent PUPs and nasty code meant to take personal information from a person’s online accounts. What’s on the market to protect you:
Use List Settings to control the content in a Team Discussion list and to require approval for postings.
Q. Do I need to create a separate SharePoint area for each team? Or can I have one SharePoint site grant access to each area?
Q. Is document co-authoring enabled by default?
Q. Can you limit who is able to restore during versioning?
With your PC connected to a projector, create a new page or section to use as a whiteboard. Click on the Draw tab to access your drawing tools ...
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.