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Counting down to a deadline? Use the TODAY() function to automatically tell you how many days until your goal date.
How well does OneNote stack up against the gold-standard note-taking app Evernote to corral the paper chaos?

In today’s fast-paced business world, getting information and being prepared can be the determining factor in many business decisions. Being prepared means more than reviewing information; it means being flexible and having access to more information and options than ever before. Here are three ways your mobile device helps you get ahead in business.

You can sort a selection of paragraphs in ascending or descending order with a click, whether your data is in a table format or not.
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. I want to look up from one column where the data is combined (ABC-123) to another which is separate (A1 =ABC col B1=123). Can I do this with a VLookUp?
Do you wonder if your marketing campaign would stand up to scrutiny? Con­­nect with these valuable information resources to find out.
Google Maps underwent a major redesign last year, getting a new look and new features that are worth taking for a test drive. Consider taking advantage of these four Google Maps improvements touted by Sara Roncero-Menendez at Mashable.
There is nothing like being unprepared when your presentation venue is incompatible with the slide background you’ve chosen. One solution is to create a “double master” or two Slide Masters in your presentation.
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