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Trevor Dobrygoski of Lifehack offers these tips for making the popular browser do a little extra work for you.
Many people work in teams and collaborate on documents. Typically, there’s a document owner and several individuals who may revise it. There may be many others who read it but don’t revise it. You can manage access authority by setting passwords. Track Changes can control any changes that authorized users make.
Q. I’m creating a OneNote for an event and want to share it with people, but I don’t think they all have OneNote. Will they be able to work with it?
Cloud storage has become more than just a place to keep your documents and photos. Rick Broida at PC World offers tips on “how to leverage online storage services in ways you never dreamed possible.”
OneNote is searchable by itself. If you know who you’re looking for, just click in the search box (upper right corner) and type the name ...
Here are three economical power-boosters for Excel, Outlook and Word.
Give a professional look to fliers and brochures in Microsoft Word by using the Remove Background tool and Wrap Text selections.
Use Shift+Enter to commit the value to a cell and move up a row in the same column ... Select Shift+Tab to do the same but move to the left ... Hit Shift+F10 to show the right-click menu.
Google Images allows you to drop in a picture to search for similar images and learn more about the contents of your original, says Thorin Klosowski.
If you’re using Windows 8 and want a great way to keep track of your to-do list, you should try an application called Qool, writes Dave Johnson, editor of eHow Tech.