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If you’re like most people, you find it annoying to click an article online and have a video pop up automatically. Here's the trick to thwarting it.
Information about which ads you have clicked on, and the IP ad­­dresses that are logged in with Face­­book or have logged into or out of Facebook, can only be ob­­tained by downloading your Facebook data.
Regardless of where you’re starting in your SharePoint im­­plementation journey, stepping away from the technology and stepping into your business processes will bear sweet fruit.
Recover your outline levels in subtotal mode ... Hide a row quickly ... Create a table from anywhere inside a well-built list.
Expedia will begin showcasing the likely comfort and “happiness” levels of certain travel routes alongside its wealth of pricing data, reports Forbes travel contributor Grant Martin.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel answers three questions about its basics.
If someone made revisions to your PowerPoint presentation but neglected to tell you what they changed, you can use the Compare feature on the Review tab.
Does your document look great up to page 15 but the next page is 25, then 32? This is probably due to midpage sections.
Don’t just delete unwanted subscription email messages; unsubscribe from them.
If you generate an appointment using information from an email message you received, you probably toggle back to the email and then copy and paste the content. You also probably copy and paste people’s names in the To: line so you can invite them to the new meeting. That’s a lot of clicks! Try one of these methods, instead.
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