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Continuous improvement applies to people as well as products.
As the FBI struggles to transform itself into a modern terrorist-fighting machine, its leaders face a daunting and important reorganization.
Gadgets tend to sputter during a long day of air travel.

Turn your best PowerPoint presentation ever into a custom template.

You don't need a BlackBerry or a Smartphone to stay in touch with your e-mail, even when you’re away from your desk. Thanks to three free services, you can monitor updates from important people (i.e., the boss) when you’ve been waylaid, stuck in a long meeting or dashing around on errands.

Excel 2007 files use the new .xlsx format. Unfortunately, no other version of Excel can read them unless you install a special compatibility pack.
Here's some quick math: If you receive 100 e-mails a day, that adds up to 24,000 messages annually, if you work 240 days a year.
See if your company’s web site is readable to a person with color blindness.
Improve your Excel printouts by separating groups of data with page breaks.
Relieve eyestrain by bumping up your screen’s text size.
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