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Merriam-Webster defines “factoid” as “an invented fact believed to be true because it appears in print.” How do you tell what’s true? TechRepublic.com offers some places to start.
Few things in life are as frustrating as a slow computer. Small Business Trends Product Editor TJ McCue has some simple steps you can take to speed up your PC and save your sanity.
Q. Is there a way I can track time allotted to certain calendar items? My boss has to devote a certain amount of time to particular tasks every week. I put all these tasks on her calendar, but I don’t know how to easily isolate those items and then do the math.
If you find yourself memorizing several repetitive steps just to do what you do every day in Outlook, try these tips to solve your email problems.
Q. Is there an easier way, other than copying and pasting, to get a logo on every slide?
Now that OneNote is free, and on just about any platform or device, it’s a handy tool to use as a whiteboard for meetings where participants attend remotely.
Q. I don’t seem to be able to use the Screenshot or Screen Clipping tool. It doesn’t capture anything. What might be the problem?
Social media rules can be complex and confusing, writes BuzzFeed Senior Writer Tom Phillips, who offers eight ways to navigate this online universe.
Track changes in Excel like the same operation you’re familiar with in Word. On the Review tab, Changes group, click Track Changes and choose Highlight Changes...
Constantly checking email is a great way to stop productivity in its tracks. Productivity coach Susan Lasky recommends changing the way you manage your inbox.
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