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Take these quick tips from writer Joseph Hindy and elevate your presentations.
Get word counts when composing entries for blogs or Twitter with Ctrl+Shift+G ... Change document view to outline view with Ctrl+Alt+O ... Go back to print layout by selecting Ctrl+Alt+P.
Q. What’s the best way to print a calendar from a SharePoint site?
Mind-mapping tools can help harness creativity and turn it into concrete action. Try it yourself with one of these tools recommended by Lifehack writer Jane Hurst.
Wasting time in PowerPoint is not about how you use the tools but the order you do things.
Find out about some new features that can save you some time, and one that just might add a real "wow" factor to that document.
“The whole point of a big data strategy is to develop a system which moves data along from raw statistic to actionable insight,” says Bernard Marr. In his Big Data Guru blog, he explains the four basic layers you need to get a grip on Big Data. Here’s how he describes it.
Gmail’s newest feature gives you the opportunity to quickly unsubscribe to all those spam emails.
In Word 2010 and 2013, there are different terms for what appears on your document with Track Changes activated.
Create a To Do item with a checkbox by tapping Ctrl+1 ... Sync a task item with Outlook by using Ctrl+Shift+1 ... Select Ctrl+Alt+1 to apply the Heading 1 style to your OneNote text.
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