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Notes, once created, can be conveniently dragged to the Mail, Calendar, Task, or even the Contact Navigation pane button to create a new item without copying and pasting any content.
You can produce easily navigated documents with a few tricks: applying heading styles, inserting section breaks and using different headers and footers for those sections. These techniques work in both Office 2007 and 2010, and they are much easier to use than older versions of Office.
As mobile technology advances, so does the art of networking. New mobile apps allow business professionals the opportunity to obtain and organize their business contacts like never before. Here are some good apps to try.
If the number of goal-tracking tools online is any indication, the Internet wants you to stick to your goals. Here are five of the best free goal-setting tools available today. Use them yourself, point employees to them or encourage managers to use them for their teams:
Three of Time magazine’s top 50 websites featuring top stories, new innovations and fodder to both quiet and quicken the tech rumor mill: