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The monthly department meeting is next week, and you've already heard from four people who want to appear on the agenda. You expect a few more to chime in. It's your job to create an agenda that affords adequate time for each item, as well as to make sure the meeting runs smoothly and ends on time. Your best approach? Annette Marquis, co-owner of TRIAD Consulting, recommends building an adjustable meeting-agenda template in Excel.
There’s a new kid on the block competing with Instapaper, the app that lets you save and store information across the web and mobile devices.
If you struggle with coordinating electronic schedules with people who use different tools for scheduling, Tungle might offer a solution.
Placing your discussion bullet points in an intentional sequence is the perfect application for animation. Entrance and exit animation are good choices here. Here are two ways to apply entrance and exit animation:
Most computer users can’t imagine working without a mouse. But you should take a look at the time you can save with Alt key shortcuts.
Table Style formatting meets multiple needs and, in some cases, may offer all the Excel functionality you need for your lists.
Outlook is the workhorse that keeps the wheels moving every day. But what if you could add some power to those wheels with a few add-ons? Here are a few you might want to try to help integrate social networking, control spam, slow the email overload, track and sync email, and zip attachments ...
Too much texting affecting your English usage? Reaffirm your grip on grammar with these useful sites.
The trouble with Facebook, Twitter and the lot is that they’re constantly changing. This is wearisome to those who use them and off-putting to those who don’t. That said, you know you should take the plunge for the sake of your career. Here’s a primer:
Q. Quick Parts are very useful in Word. Is there something like that in Outlook?