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Many people just type text and attach files when creating email messages and calendar items, but there is more you can do to make your Outlook items complete.
The Three-state workflow is an out-of-the box workflow tool available in SharePoint 2010. You can use it for either lists or libraries. However, the list or library must have at least one field that is a Choice field ...
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Numbers stored as text can be irritating, whether it’s just for aesthetics or these mixed numbers making your VLookUps misbehave. The following fix may seem strange to start out, but it will have all your numbers working like numbers in no time.
With so many social media channels, it can be confusing to know how to leverage each channel for business. Some helpful tips on how to use each channel:
You should be using Twitter to meet people and make connections, writes social media strategist Kim Garst: “It’s amazing how much relationship-building you can do in just 140 characters!”
Display from one to nine days on the calendar with Alt+1-9 ... Select Alt+- to show the week based on the start date indicated in your Calendar option settings ... Show a whole month for the day or week selected, from the beginning to the end of the month, using Alt+=.
If you have a Yahoo account that you haven't logged into in a while, you might want to use that user ID again or lose it.
Q. I’d like to provide a “legend” so people know what the different Conditional Formatting colors mean in Excel. How can I do this?
A step-by-step guide for building a site by Samir Balwani, a business blog host, includes sections on lead generation, search engine optimization and social media optimization.