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Is there a better way to make comments in reply email text other than different font colors?
When your VlookUp formula doesn’t find the item you can see with your own eyes, it may be that the data have leading, trailing or extra spaces.
When I send documents to people, they turn track changes off. What can I do to prevent this? Since Word can edit pdfs now, what can I do to prevent changes to my Word doc when I send it to someone?

OneNote is a great tool for organizing content. Some­­times, you need just one more level of grouping to make OneNote the ideal solution.

Duplicate data in Excel can throw a monkey wrench into your information processing works. Here are three solutions for handling it.
Split screens can certainly make your day more productive, and the Mac OS X Split View feature does that for you.
Today’s mobile devices are just as vulnerable as your computer when it comes to hackers. The recent Android security gap made it possible with a simple text for a hacker to take over complete control of your phone.
If you’re sending the same email message over and over and it requires attachments or rich text, such as bold, italic or colors, you can’t use a Quick Step.
Reviews.com presented its top job-search engines in November 2015. These sites aggregate data from other sites and present it to the job-seeker in one place. Here are the top picks.
Just need some space? These shortcuts get you the space you need without traipsing through dialog boxes or ribbons.
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