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The answers to two questions offer tips on making sure your slides don't become eyesores.
If you’re not sold on using a cloud storage service, develop your own. "Personal cloud storage combines the best of both worlds by storing files on a local networked drive and allowing you to retain full control over your data, while still making files available anywhere you can get online," Brian Nadel at Computerworld writes.
Time and money are precious. You can save both with these tips from tech writer Alex Castle.
On the View tab, in the Master Views group, click Slide Master. You will likely want to position the logo differently on the Title Slide than on the remaining layouts ...
Professional branding through social media is becoming more effective. Once you get it rolling, here’s how to keep your branding tight in 15 minutes a day.
Use Microsoft Office products on the road with CloudOn.
iPads are great for consuming content, but less so for doing any real heavy work. Wall Street Journal technology columnist Walter Mossberg suggests four of the best applications that can help.
Have you ever been in a meeting and needed to aggregate ideas and then organize them into projects? What if you could collect them electronically and then organize them to share with a group? You can with your tablet and a mind mapping app.
The data item is a number that will be in a range, like a score of 87 on a test earning a B where the range was from 81-90. Use a VLookUp without a Range-Lookup value.
Many people just type text and attach files when creating email messages and calendar items, but there is more you can do to make your Outlook items complete.