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Google Reader, Google’s service for viewing blogs through an RSS feed, is shutting down July 1. Where does that leave you if you’re a fan of Google Reader? Here’s a list of possible alternatives suggested by Alan Henry at Lifehacker.

Q. When should I use VLookUp and when is it better to use Index and Match?

The people who designed the sites for SharePoint 2010 probably made some decisions based on what they thought you needed. But sometimes, you need to use list data in SharePoint a little differently.

 

Pop in today’s date anywhere in your document using Alt+Shift+D ... Instantly clear formatting you don't like ... Get to Paste Special with one click.

Weotta is an application that offers users suggestions for places to eat and things to do im­­mediately or up to 30 days in the future, says TechCrunch writer Anthony Ha. It learns about your preferences as you save suggestions you like and pass on ones that don’t interest you.

Hackers, identity thieves and other online criminals are a real threat, but you don’t have to stand idly by and wait to be victimized. Technology expert Dave Johnson has some simple steps you can take to help keep yourself safe.

PowerPoint has four features that are useful when creating a professional-looking, effective presentation. But it is possible to overuse them. Here are a few things to consider when using these four PowerPoint features.

The first argument, “Range,” isn’t very clear. It means the range of cells you want to examine, not necessarily with what range you want to create a sum. The criteria argument has its own quirks ...
“Defragging” is a process that takes data that has been fragmented into different storage units on your computer and reorganizes them in a more sensible way so your computer will run faster. With today’s computers, though, you don’t need to do this very often, says Lifehacker Editor-in-Chief Whitson Gordon.
If you use SharePoint as a company intranet, you might feel a little beleaguered having yet another place to check information. In the past, all pertinent information flowed to your inbox. It still can, by setting Alerts on the lists, libraries and pages important to you.
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