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To share a document with your colleagues, but only allow them to edit certain portions of it, you can use the Restrict Editing tool on the Review tab, Protect group.
Quick Parts in Outlook and Word gives you the ability to create reusable objects like text, symbols, shapes and diagrams. No similar tool exists in PowerPoint. Or does it?
Microsoft Office applications have always had the capability to work together. These days, there’s much more interoperability than most people use.
Have you ever wondered what would happen to your Facebook account after you die? Face­book’s new Facebook Legacy Contact service will let you decide, says Lifehack contributor Matt Okeefe.
Google Chrome was the most commonly used Web browser in 2014, according to StatCounter. Still, many people aren’t aware of all it can do, says Gizmag tech writer Stu Robarts.
You might find that you are repeatedly creating the same type of pages in OneNote. Do this quickly with page templates.
Several mobile apps claim to track miles you've driven. Some are very good, and others lack ease of use. After testing multiple apps for this, we found MileIQ.
Send unwanted pop-ups or unpredictable results walking when mousing along the bottom of the Desktop ... View icons in the Notification area ... Launch the Control Panel with a shortcut to get things done more easily.
Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein said, “The limits of my language means the limits of my world.” Expand your world with these Web finds.
If your employer issues smart­­phones with a GPS feature that can’t be disabled, should you be worried that the data will be used against you? Do you have any rights?
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