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Organizing your devices is an easy way to achieve organization in your life, writes Lifehack expert Louise Williams. These sorting tactics can help you organize your apps for easy access.
Here's a summary of how Office Online and Desktop Office 2013 compare, plus a heads-up to the limitations of each.
Tweak the font sizes in a placeholder or object... Use the Font Dialog box to change all your fonts at once ... Quickly enter or edit text inside an object.
For those of us prone to email faux pas—like accidentally sending your brutally honest thoughts about a colleague to that person instead of the friend you meant them to go to—Google is here to help.
Check out these three "outside the box" engines.
What is the best way to design email retention policies that both minimize risk and optimize productivity?
Q. Is it really worth going to Excel 2013?
Q. Is there an easier way to create a formula across work sheets than clicking on each cell you want to add to the formula?
Social media now has four detested words. They get a bad rap because of widespread overuse, but there are good examples, too.
For most documents internal to the organization, standard bullet points will suffice. However, for customer-facing documents, advertising material and newsletters, you might want a little more pizazz.
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