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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.
The Office app remains a relatively new option for iPad users, but one that can really help you boost productivity when you can’t use your laptop or desktop computer.
Today’s modern apps and mobile devices open doors to help even the busiest person stay fit and get healthy. Here are three ways mobile apps can help you stay that way.
Doing maintenance on your PC periodically can help keep routine problems at bay, and Clean Out Your Computer Day offers an official reason to do it. It comes each year on the second Monday in February; this year, it’s Feb. 9.
Advanced Find lets you go beyond the search box and the ribbon options ... Flag for Follow-up launches a dialog box that lets you choose the type of flag and even set up a reminder ... Create Message from any view without having to navigate back to your email or use multiple clicks from the New item button.
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There are functions in Microsoft Word that can make your work easily consumable online, with navigation features that enable readers to zero in on just what they need.
Melanie Pinola, Lifehacker, offers these tips.