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As more and more employees telecommute and spread out over the globe, keeping employees in the loop and part of the company culture can be a challenge. Try business social software, a catchall term for intranet versions similar to Facebook. It's the new must-have, like email was a decade ago.
Most people don’t have specific software just for managing their projects. So they use what they can access on their desktops. One great tool for this purpose is Microsoft Outlook.
Q. How can I create a drop-down list in Excel?
You know a presentation is going badly when audience members start tapping on their BlackBerrys. These days, especially, it isn't easy to capture and hold a group's attention. Keep your presentation clear and effective with these PowerPoint tips:
Every time you go to your favorite restaurant, look at the menu for the item you want, and then jump over one column to check the price, you are doing a vertical lookup. You even do them in Excel!
A recent question posted on the Admin Pro Forum offers this advice on using Adobe...
Two nifty tools: one that helps business travelers get more done, and one that helps executives get more done by avoiding travel.
Think beyond Evite with these three digital greeting-card sites: Paperless Post, Pingg and Punchbowl.
Today’s mobile workforce is changing the concept of where work is done. Social contact manager Gist analyzed some of the data on the mobile workforce and offers a glimpse of how today’s workforce is changing as people choose where, when and how they work. Example: 3 out of 5 workers say they don’t need to be in the office anymore to be productive.
Heed these four tips when preparing a PowerPoint presentation: 1. Keep slides clutter-free. 2. Use one image to sell each idea. 3. Follow the same color schemes, fonts and logos as your company’s website or brochures. 4. Give the audience a break to prolong attention spans.