Export to Excel will let you use Excel’s robust tool set to pivot, chart, filter and otherwise analyze your list. Open with Access will let you run reports and create forms to enter and search information.
The iPad can be a great tool for getting things done at work, especially if you move from place to place and operate on the go all day, Jill Duffy writes in PC Magazine. Here are the essentials.
Did you know you can use your Android smartphone to provide an Internet connection to your tablet or laptop? All you need is a tethering application to make the connection. Here are six options recommended by JR Raphael, Computer World.
Trying to type on a small smartphone keyboard can be very frustrating. The fingers just don’t fit. To ease the frustration, several app developers have invented more efficient ways to type on mobile devices. Check out these options.
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Pinterest, the social content sharing service that allows members to “pin” images, videos and other objects to their pinboard, recently launched apps for both the iPad and Android. The third-most popular social network after Facebook and Twitter also reversed its invitation-only policy by opening up the site to the general public.
Do you need to provide assistance to people and know they are frustrated because the explanation doesn’t seem to make sense to them? Windows 7 has the answer in the Problem Step Recorder.
Google Docs’ Gadgets feature gives its spreadsheets an edge on Excel for some tasks. Users can create animated pie charts, produce QR codes and more. Helen Bradley of PCWorld explains how.
The iPad can be a powerful presentation tool with its high-resolution display and portability. But most people are not taking full advantage of the device’s capability. Make your iPad presentations stand out with these tips.
If you’ve been on the fence about which online file storage and sharing program to jump into, or you're thinking about making a switch, Walt Mossberg recently gave an overview of the top four picks in his Wall Street Journal column. Here’s a quick look at Dropbox, SugarSync, Microsoft SkyDrive and Google Drive.