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With the Twitter Poll feature, you can ask your followers their opinions. This easy-to-use tool gives you insights into what your tribe thinks.
Word Online is a perfectly acceptable tool for run-of-the-mill document editing. Some tools are unavailable in the Online version, while others are either different or limited. Here’s an overview of what works where.
Q. OneNote on my iPad and iPhone doesn’t look the same as it does on my PC. How can I get the same tools on my iPad as I have on my PC?
SharePoint sites can proliferate like weeds. SharePoint gets cluttered and space becomes a concern. A site decommission plan is important if your SharePoint environment is active.
When working on a big Word document, sometimes it’s necessary to reference something earlier in the document as you create content several pages down. You can use two methods.
There are a couple of prep steps you should always do in PowerPoint before your presentation.
In today’s technology-driven world, a common question is “What laptop should I buy?” But maybe you should consider buying a desktop computer, writes Geoffrey A. Fowler, personal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Laptops make up about 80% of the consumer market, but, according to Fowler, desktops still have a place. Here are six reasons why you could benefit from switching.
Given the ongoing storm of hacks into computer networks, what more can your team do to reduce the risk of a virus or hack? Even with a robust firewall and other safeguards, you need to avoid these pitfalls.
No one wants to have his or her mobile device lost, but what if it happens? Is your phone or tablet set up so that someone else can return it to you? Here are some tips to increase the chances of a lost device getting returned.
Most “deaths by PowerPoint” are perpetrated by slide after slide of these supposedly helpful indicators. So, what can be done?