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When you don’t feel like using your fingers and toes to count or creating a formula in Excel, try these handy sites for quick calculations and conversions.
Google is a powerful research tool, especially if you know how to use it to its full capacity. And research isn’t all you can get out of the world’s most popular search engine. Siobhan Harmer at Lifehack offers some tips to help.
Forms created in Word that are meant to be filled out and sent back often don't cooperate with the user. Try these techniques when making your own.
Q. Is there a way to “check out” a document section rather than a whole document in SharePoint?
Here’s a little trick if you’re on a dark airplane using your iPad.
Here are seven of the best tricks that will not only save you time, but make you more productive.
TED’s Jessica Gross has updated the 100 most useful resources you should have at your fingertips, originally compiled by Julius Wiedemann in 2007 and still one of the blog’s most popular talks.
Q. ZIP codes with leading zeroes don’t come over correctly in a mail merge. Formatted using the Special format, ZIP Code doesn’t work. What can I do to fix this?
These shortcuts use the Windows key on the bottom of your keyboard, usually left of the Alt key. They work in Windows 7 or Windows 8.
While in the library containing your documents, click on the Library tab and choose Connect to Outlook ...