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Office Technology

Business Management Daily is your source for office technology tips and training. WE provide keyboard-tested advice on Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and more.

It is said that people only use 10% of their brains. Are you only using 10% of your office technology? We’ll help you unlock the other 90%.

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First, save each open file. Then, with all workbooks open and arranged how you want them (tiled, horizontal/vertical windows, arranged in various window sizes), click the Save Workspace button in the Windows group of the view tab ...

The iPad can be a powerful presentation tool with its high-resolution display and portability. But most people are not taking full advantage of the device’s capability. Make your iPad presentations stand out with these tips.

Let’s say you have a diagram that you created with SmartArt, like an organizational chart. With the diagram selected, right-click and choose Save as Picture …

If you’ve been on the fence about which online file storage and sharing program to jump into, or you're thinking about making a switch, Walt Mossberg recently gave an overview of the top four picks in his Wall Street Journal column. Here’s a quick look at Dropbox, SugarSync, Microsoft SkyDrive and Google Drive.

Type your text string, for example,  “a 501(c)3 organization.” Select it, then click on the File tab (or Office button) and Options (or Word Options) ...
What-If Analysis tools are a well-kept secret in Excel, located on the Data tab, Data tools group.
Need legal advice? The best advice is to find an attorney who specializes in the area of law you need. These days, however, there are ways to do that more easily and affordably than ever before. Here are a few ways to get legal help online.
Change the cell format to Number ... Put the cell value in Currency style ... Place the cell value in Percent style.
Technology has the power to greatly enhance productivity, but if you’re like most of us, on average you only use 13% of the features in your software tools. PCWorld went to the experts to glean their favorite tricks and tips. Here are five:

How do you decide when to use a template in Word and when to use a Macro? Generally, if you want to change text already on the page, a Macro is the right answer. If you want to create a document with a predetermined layout and formatting, a template would be ideal.

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