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iPhone 5s and 5c users don’t need to worry so much about those cracked screens anymore. Apple retail stores are now in the repair business, reports John Paczkowski, All Things D.
Making data consumable by those who need to use it can sometimes take the form of charts. But, how many workbooks and worksheets do you need to open and scan to find them? A chart dashboard can be the solution.
Apple designed Siri to make life easier, but it can be completely useless if you don’t know how to take advantage of its talents. Some tips to turn Siri into a serious assistant:
Q. I want to use Pivot Tables in my Excel dashboard, but I don’t want the viewer to easily change anything except the Report Filter selection. How do I do that?
The Windows key is right on your PC keyboard, to the left of your spacebar. Here are three useful shortcuts that use this key.
Q. How can I avoid changing the data source each time my source data grows?
Microsoft has made some major changes in the way it offers Office. If you’re feeling a little cloudy about it, you’re not alone. Here's a little more information to help clear things up.
Create a point-and-click navigable Word 2010-2013 document by applying heading styles to your document sections.
Calling into conference calls can be a hassle under the best of circumstances, but it’s even more challenging when you are on the road. MobileDay makes it easy to join conference calls on the go.
Apps for smartphones and tablets make business easier. In Industry Week, Jeffrey Hayzlett, former chief marketing officer at Kodak, picks these best apps for business.