Q. I used to highlight emails from certain people in a particular folder. I can’t find this option in Outlook 2010.
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Q. I need several versions of a PowerPoint presentation. For some audiences, I’ll need to show all the slides, for others just the topic summaries and some of the detail. Another audience needs just a section or two of the whole thing. Do I have to make multiple copies?
Evernote can store anything from links to files to photos that you can access from any computing device. If so, you’re ready for add-ons that make Evernote even better, according to TJ McCue, owner of TechBizTalk.com. Here are his add-on picks.
The Undo feature in Word is wonderful because you can step back a series of operations, but you cannot select from this list of actions. An alternative is to turn on Track Changes from the Review tab. You can also turn on the Reviewing Pane ...
Move from the Title placeholder to the Content placeholder by using Ctrl+Enter ... Press B to put the screen on black when you want the audience to focus on you instead of the screen ... Nudge an object just a bit with Ctrl+Arrow ...
PowerPoint Slide Masters are the best way to change the general appearance of your presentations without changing each slide. But what if you’re always tweaking a particular slide to fit your contents? Instead of doing this each time, create a custom layout.
Microsoft Outlook does much more than you think. It can boost your productivity ... help you manage your workload ... even help you stay focused on your most important appointments, tasks and projects. Here are 6 great ways to use Outlook's calendars & tasks features for better time management.
It’s hard to know exactly what new tech ideas will make the biggest impact on business in the near future and change how we do things. But, according to John Brandon, here are a few worth keeping an eye on: predictive technology, HTML5, high-resolution displays, social analytics, speech for business, business-ready storage.