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Set up categories in Outlook by using the Categorize button in the Tags group, and choose All Categories. If you like, you can assign a keyboard shortcut to make it easier to apply categories to an email message ...
Q. In SharePoint, if I control access differently at the folder level than the library, and if the document shows up in another view without the folder, will it have the same access restrictions?
Gone are the days of needing to write notes on easily destroyed scraps of paper that clutter your desk. Instead, try one of these note-taking applications, Verne Kopytoff writes.
These shortcuts make it easier to navigate and organize large slide decks from the Outline tab of PowerPoint.
Q. There is too much space between the lines of my recipients’ address in a letter. How can I tighten it up?
The BlackBerry Z10 is the newest smartphone from Black­­Berry, formally Research in Motion. With a new operating system, this phone is a challenger for the iPhone and Android phones.
Try Conditional For­­mat­­­ting using Top & Bottom Rules in Excel.
Excel really shines in its ability to perform calculations. However, it can seem somewhat intimidating if you don’t know the rules.
For Apple device users, the Mailbox for iOS application is a great new way to manage your email, says Emmanuel Banks. Basically, it turns your email into an efficient to-do list that helps you boost your productivity.
Guess again. Draw your shape from the closest one you can find. Then, from the Drawing Tools contextual tab, Insert Shapes group, choose the Edit Shape button ...
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