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Pullquote, a Chrome app, makes it easy to share quotes on Twitter, says Lifehacker’s Patrick Allan.
Q. I can’t get FlashFill to work in Excel 2013. What am I doing wrong?
Twitter is one of the largest, most heavily trafficked social media networks, but don’t let that scare you away from getting active on it.
Q. How can I create a multiselect dropdown list in an Excel worksheet?
Let’s face it: Meetings can be a drag. Get things going at your next meeting with an app. Kit Eaton at the New York Times, suggests six apps to try at your next get-together.
OneNote is a great place to take meeting notes, but what about all those to-do items that result? Here’s how to take your notebooks to the next level by making them interactive.
With almost every employee already using a mobile device, why not use that mobile device to increase productivity through a mobile training program?
Free survey tools enable you to query your customers, staff or followers about a particular topic. You can set up a two- to three-question survey in under five minutes with any of these online survey tools.
Q. People in my organization love Reply to All. I don’t mind getting some of these emails and being in the conversation. But, when I don’t, I’m forced to keep deleting these messages as they come in. Is there a better way?
Q. Why should I bother with Conversation view in Outlook? I don’t like it.
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