Office Technology

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Siri, the iPhone’s voice-command technology, has been around for a few years, but many people still don’t know how to fully take advantage of it.
Over the past few years, Microsoft has tried to help us resolve our internal organizational struggles over Tracked Changes by offering different default flavors, features and fail safe plans.

What should be on a form? What is a good starting place to create this or that type of record?

It’s no secret that plenty of employees spend at least some of the workday visiting social media sites, either on their office computers or their smartphones.
Quick launch quirks; Site space; SharePoint governance
Almost everyone has a Gmail account. And, if you do, you also have access to many other tools, including Google Drive, which allows you to create spreadsheets, documents, presentations and more.
Add flexibility to your operation by considering moving beyond the office.
Remembering the basics
With the addition of third-party tools and apps, Twitter might be the most powerful of all social media sites.
If you’re still using Office 2007 or 2010, and you are a frequent Excel user, it might be time to consider the newer versions. Here are some of the newest features and how they can save you time.
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