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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%.
While Widow/Orphan control keeps single lines of a paragraph from showing up either at the top or the bottom of a page, it doesn’t necessarily keep headings with the paragraphs they describe or diagrams with the text that refers to them.
Knowing how to work with settings can expand the capabilities of your SharePoint lists and libraries and provide you with ways to control how content changes.
You may already be familiar with Kayak, a website to find deals on hotels and flights. If, however, you haven’t checked out the Kayak app, you’re missing out on some tools that can help you plan your travels and stay informed on the go.
If the column titles were on all the pages, would that help? It’s easy to do.
Professional stock photography can make your reports, presentations and marketing pieces look polished and professional. Check out these reputable sites.
Working on your computer with your iPad can make your work easier or more productive. According to Thorin Klosowski at Lifehacker, using an iPad as an external controller for your computer is one of the best ways to use it.
Open a new OneNote window to see more than one notebook at a time by using Ctrl+M ... Add a new page to the section you’re working on by tapping Ctrl+N ... Send a page via email and include attached files as email attachments with the Ctrl+Shift+E shortcut.
Sending a consistent message on social media requires an organized plan, a calendar of what you will communicate on each channel on a weekly or monthly basis. Some tips for creating your plan:
Keeping passwords secure is step one toward making sure you’re not a victim of cybercrime, according to security firm Sophos.
Make your document life easier with a treasure trove of simple settings. Click on the File tab in Office 2010 and 2013 and select Options ...