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You know that you can create tables in Word. And you know that you can add formulas and sort data in Excel. But did you know that you can add formulas and sort in Word tables?
One of the best new features introduced in PowerPoint 2010 (and also included with PowerPoint 2013) is the ability to group presentation slides into sections.
The ability to crunch large datasets and squeeze meaningful decision support data out of it is in demand. Microsoft, in Excel 2010, included the ability to install a free add-in called PowerPivot. PowerPivot provided the sought-after ability to analyze multiple-related datasets in the same Pivot Table.
The way you set up a workbook today could either save you hours or cost you hours and hours of frustration later.
Cloud computing allows businesses to increase productivity and decrease costs, but moving into the cloud can be a challenge, says Rick Delgado, Lifehack. These services can help smooth the transition.
Attentiv is a new meeting platform that will help you design an agenda, take notes and even offers anonymous communication for those who are too introverted to speak.
The No. 1 reason SharePoint implementations fail is lack of engagement. You can do a few key things to avoid this situation from the very start.
Bring-your-own-device was all the buzz five years ago, but not so much now.
As more people share their lives on Facebook, there is a group of people who are learning how to take advantage of you, your family and kids from what you post.
Computer glitches can be extremely frustrating, but there are ways to troubleshoot your system on your own before calling in a professional, writes David Nield for Field Guide.