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While you can’t use Track Changes the way you can in Word and Excel, you can compare two versions of a presentation.
Go to another folder on your long detailed folder list by clicking Ctrl+Y ... Reveal the Search Tools contextual tab and place your cursor into the Search box with F3 ... Use the space bar for scrollbar-free scrolling down a long message in the Reading Pane.
Some people are pushing back when it comes to how their online data is being used, says CIO social media reporter Matt Kapko.
No need to keep that password list handy anymore. Researchers from Microsoft have overturned some long-held wisdom on Internet security.
If you know the precise locations for tab stops, use the Para­­graph Settings dialog box.
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Improve your Microsoft Excel skills and build better spreadsheets with these tips from OfficeTeam.
If you travel a lot and run up against airline delays and lost luggage, you may be able to get faster service via Twitter than by using a squirrelly airline app, calling or standing in line to rebook.
Android phones have many little-known shortcuts to help you get more done quicker. Here are a few.
One of the biggest challenges in managing project tasks is establishing a common repository. With a widely accessible common repository like OneNote, the whole team can be more effective. Here is how.
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