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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%.
The old Bluetooth devices were hard to hear and uncomfortable. Today’s Bluetooth devices are much more advanced, and even many new cars are designed with Bluetooth technology built in.
More employees in your organization—including you, possibly—are using iPads for business purposes. Courtesy of the editors at our sister newsletter Office Technology Today
, here are some of the best apps to help maximize productivity in your workplace.
“Would the father of the iPhone, iPad and Mac have been as successful without his other great achievement – the ability to communicate and convey his vision and passion?”
Set a follow-up flag before you send an email by using the Message tab, which appears in place of the Home tab when composing mail.
Windows 7 offers some great navigation features. For example, if you use an Aero desktop theme in Windows 7, you can shuffle through your open windows quickly using the Windows key and your tab key.
Creating meeting agendas just got a lot easier with MeetingMix, online software that helps set agendas and track minutes.
Q. How do I set up a simple time sheet in Excel?
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: