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Q. How can I work with multiple time zones in Outlook?
Beyond simple pie charts, bar and column charts, you can create an additional layer of information in your Excel charts. Two such techniques are a secondary axis and trendlines.
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You love the idea of using the iPad for business, but will it really work? Here are some of the best apps to help you make the transition:
Next time you need to send a fax, use your smartphone. Fax apps allow you to take a photo of a document, crop it, spruce it up and then send it out.
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Many users shut down their To Do bar as soon as they start using the newer versions of Outlook. But this valuable area of the Outlook work space can help keep you on track.
In Microsoft Office, you can create hyperlinks that would allow, for example, the ability to open an Excel workbook by clicking on the underlined words, “See Excel workbook entitled …” When you’re not sure how best to integrate two applications, sometimes a hyperlink is the best answer.
Q. I used to use a button called Select Visible Cells in Excel 2003. I can’t find it anywhere in Excel 2007. Help!
Q. What are some of the differences between Office 2007 and Office 2010? We’re thinking of upgrading, but don’t know what the benefit would really be.