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Melissa P Esquibel

Depending on how deeply you or your organization is entrenched in Microsoft or Google technology, you will look to different types of note-taking apps to meet your needs. Let’s review and compare three popular (or soon-to-be popular) offerings.

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The Docs app in Google Drive allows you to “type” a document with your voice. This can come in handy when you want to create a document with instructions on how to do something, while you are doing the thing the document is about. It is often so much easier to describe the steps while you are doing them.

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Cleaning up junk mail … Recalling a message

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You still see the logo sprinkled about, but if you’re not already a Google+ devotee, you might wonder why with all the other big social players around. Here’s the what and why of Google+ with some decision-making fodder for jumping on (or off) the bandwagon.

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Fixing skewed graphics … Linked Notes … Accessibility in slide presentations

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Protecting fonts and page breaks in shared documents.

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Cursor to the right … Resetting error triangles … Missing Autofill Options box

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With Google Slides you can create and present slides online. And there are tools that can make it more interactive and more dynamic.

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New OneNote notebooks … The difference between Name and Title

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By creating custom columns, we make it easy to locate documents quickly and in any arrangement that makes sense for a particular use.

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