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It is said that people only use 10% of their brains. Are you only using 10% of your office technology? We’ll help you unlock the other 90%.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a calendar that provided valuable information at a glance? In Outlook, you can. When you create an appointment, you can categorize an item with a label, decide how to show the time (busy, tentative or free), or get very specific about start and end times.
When it’s time to produce a newsletter, whether bound for print or available to view online, Microsoft Word has enough tools in its toolbox to add all those polished features you would expect for page layout. Four tips on banners, columns, page borders and linking text boxes:
Don’t you just wish Microsoft Word would do what you want it to do and not what it wants to do? Word Options might just be your ticket to doing Word your way. Here’s how to customize Word to suit yourself and your way of working:
Office 2007-2010 takes some getting used to, even with all the great new features. The most common frustration is “Where did they put my icons?!”
The market for smartphone and tablet apps that help employees and business operate more efficiently is expected to hit $6.1 billion in 2014, which is double from 2010 levels, says a Compass Intelligence study.
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If you have a policy prohibiting employees from using cell phones while driving on company business, it may no longer be sufficient. Blame the rise of smartphones, which make it more important than ever to have a mobile phone policy.
Your smartphone is supposed to help you get more things done and faster. But these mistakes could take you a step backward: 1. Answering it all the time. 2. Not learning the shortcuts. 3. Hiding your phone. 4. Not backing it up. 5. Checking emails constantly.
Tips for working in new or unfamiliar software: 1. Right-click to see what options you have. 2. Google your question. 3. Keep detailed notes in a file for software tasks you do only occasionally.
Your organization has probably amassed large, unwieldy Excel workbooks. While benefits abound for keeping all the data in one workbook, moving around can get tedious. Here are three tips for zooming around your big workbooks with ease and precision.