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There are functions in Microsoft Word that can make your work easily consumable online, with navigation features that enable readers to zero in on just what they need.
Melanie Pinola, Lifehacker, offers these tips.
If you’re having trouble organizing and tracking your time at work, a new app may help.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel answers three pressing questions on the latest version of the software.
There are better ways to search in SharePoint 2013 than ever before.
It’s fun to be one of the first people to get new technology, but sometimes it’s not worth the effort, writes Lifehacker’s Alan Henry. If there’s something you think you can’t live without, he offers a few tips to help you avoid coming down with a case of buyer’s remorse.
OneNote gives you the capability to insert a hyperlink to another page within the same OneNote notebook, or even in a different notebook.
Are you setting up separate tabs for each month when collecting information for Excel workbooks? Try this fast-track method to do the hard work only once!
For people who want to protect their devices and personal information, CNN’s Jose Pagliery reached out to hackers to get their pointers.
There’s a new player on the field (with Google, Microsoft and Drop­­­­­­­­box) reinventing email. IBM has announced Verse, an email service combined with other collaboration and social media functions that aims to help employees spend less time organizing their inboxes.
Presenting social media data in the form of images and graphics makes them easier to read and helps you present what is important over what is just noise. Visual.ly offers an online set of free products that can help you present your analytics easier and more visually.
Shut down, restart or save battery power on your computer with these tips.
Google knows what you want be­­fore you do, but knowing a few extra tricks can help you get better results. Lifehack’s Katherine Eion offers 14 tips to aid you in your search.
Here's why you should think less in terms of presenting information and more in terms of preparing a meal for hungry guests.
Got a problem with that? Take your beef straight to the top; here are the websites that will listen.
Q. I want to paste a picture of my Excel chart in my presentation, but I don’t want the white background. How can I change this?
Don't think OneNote can help you? These ideas may have you thinking again about its ability to get teams working together in amazing ways.
Whether you’re presenting with PowerPoint 2010 or 2013, you can jump to a named section of your presentation in a couple of clicks.
Q. Can I have a video from YouTube in my presentation and have it play automatically?
It’s helpful to know exactly where the data comes from if formulas refer to cells in other worksheets or workbooks.
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