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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%.
In today’s fast-paced business world, getting information and being prepared can be the determining factor in many business decisions. Being prepared means more than reviewing information; it means being flexible and having access to more information and options than ever before. Here are three ways your mobile device helps you get ahead in business.
You can sort a selection of paragraphs in ascending or descending order with a click, whether your data is in a table format or not.
Review your notebook research with Ctrl+Shift+H ... Create a new subpage under the selected page by using Ctrl+Shift+Alt+N ... Advance to the next page in the section with Ctrl+Page Down.
Purchased a new computer recently? Here are tips to help you get around and find what you need on Windows 8.
Q. I want to look up from one column where the data is combined (ABC-123) to another which is separate (A1 =ABC col B1=123). Can I do this with a VLookUp?
Do you wonder if your marketing campaign would stand up to scrutiny? Connect with these valuable information resources to find out.
Google Maps underwent a major redesign last year, getting a new look and new features that are worth taking for a test drive. Consider taking advantage of these four Google Maps improvements touted by Sara Roncero-Menendez at Mashable.
There is nothing like being unprepared when your presentation venue is incompatible with the slide background you’ve chosen. One solution is to create a “double master” or two Slide Masters in your presentation.
Technology gets some criticism as a time suck, but there are lots of tools out there to help you get more done in less time. Consider trying some of these suggested by TJ McCue, Small Business Trends.
Q. I keep getting #### signs in Excel, no matter how wide I make the column. What is happening?