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Q. Can I copy someone on an email without sending them the attachments?
Nowadays, executives more often are meeting virtually, through instant messaging, video chat and other tools. Here's how to organize a virtual meeting, and prepare participants to get the most out of the session.
Q. In SharePoint, I keep getting an error when I import Excel workbooks. Why does it say it’s not a valid Excel File?
As social media’s popularity grows, so do the blunders. One wrong move and you might find yourself in hot water with your online community. To prevent blunders, use the following 5 tips.
Experts initially thought business travelers would use travel applications on their phones for last-minute emergencies. Instead, apps are used for everything, from planning to navigation in real time.
If you’ve never used SharePoint, you may be confused by some people’s descriptions of it. For the uninitiated (or underinitiated), here’s what SharePoint is—and isn’t.
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We’ve all attached files to email. But you can also attach other Outlook items, such as emails and appointments.
Not satisfied with your Twitter results? The solution could be what you're not doing with Twitter. Jeff Haden, Inc., offers eight apps that might help you take Twitter to the next level.
Try creating a Custom View in Excel if repeated filtering and hiding columns and rows become drudgery.