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Did you know that you can sort from left to right, and not just top to bottom?
If you’re a road warrior, you appreciate a good map app that you can rely on to get you where you’re going. Beyond Google and Bing maps what can you find?

Select the next object on the slide by hitting Tab ... Play or pause a video in a presentation by using Alt+P ... Toggle Navigation Pane between Slides and Outline with Ctrl+Shift+Tab.

Eliminate the hassle of changing your address, subscriptions, accounts, etc. with the Updater—a dashboard for your mailing information.
Q. I love the idea of printing to OneNote, but I don’t have it among my printer options. What do I have to do?
If you have brainstormed tasks in OneNote, you can easily convert them to tasks in Outlook by applying an Outlook Task flag.
Many of us work with colleagues who are based in different places. Coordinating progress and figuring out how to work together can be a time-consuming endeavor. That’s why Huddle is a lifesaver.
You can do far more to those images than you think, and all it takes is knowing what to click in MS Office.
If you switch back and forth a lot between Outlook views, you can “dock the peek” at that view on the right side of your main screen in Outlook 2013.
The average person spends about 28% of his or her time processing email, states a McKinsey Global Institute report. So if you’re drowning in email and never get a chance to filter through it all, SaneBox might be the answer to keeping your email in check.
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