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Office Technology

Business Management Daily is your source for office technology tips and training. WE provide keyboard-tested advice on Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and more.

It is said that people only use 10% of their brains. Are you only using 10% of your office technology? We’ll help you unlock the other 90%.

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In Excel 2007/2010, you’ll find this button on the Data tab, Outline group.

Here are some promising apps for everything from sending unlimited free texts to transforming a smartphone into a walkie-talkie.

Did you know that the Intuit App Center has apps for QuickBooks? Inc.com contributor Christina Des­Marais recommends five of the best.

After selecting the file to import, a message may appear that says, “The specified file is not a valid spreadsheet or contains no data to import.”

If the Navigation Pane is not already showing on the left side of the screen, it will pop up, providing a search field.
A Master Document is a collection of links to other documents that can be viewed and printed as though it were a single document. So, how does this work?

One benefit of having a smartphone is always having information at your  fingertips. To help you use it most effectively while traveling, try these apps.

Those who spend significant amounts of time working on PCs or Macs learn some of the shortcuts that allow for faster, more efficient work. Here are a few of David Pogue’s favorites.

Press A to make a pointer disappear and bring it back again ... Press H to display a hidden slide ... Type E to erase pen or highlighter ink.
Microsoft Office 2013 has arrived with some new features that could make your job easier.

The number of applications smartphone users have to choose from is mind-boggling, but for every task at hand there are some that stand above the rest. Here are eight that are a great help on the job.

Increasingly, mobile applications are altering the way business travel is done. Here's one example.

Hashtags (#) have become a part of our everyday social media world. You see them on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest. Here are 6 tips to effectively use hashtags for business.

Q. I have a spreadsheet where three address lines are separated by a line break. How do I use text-to-columns to separate the lines into columns?

If you’ve ever accidentally saved over a document you needed by using it to create a new one, or accidentally deleted long and complex formulas, you’ll appreciate these tips on choosing, creating and customizing templates.

Q. How can I create my own custom bullet points?
When you need technical expertise on a project, but not enough to add a full-time position to your staff, check out these established and tested resources.
In Excel, you can safeguard them by applying the lock cell format option and protecting the work sheet.

When you need a little help seeing items on the screen or you make presentations with detailed items, try Windows 7 Magnifier.

For the first time in almost 20 years, you’ll need to relearn how to use Windows. That's because Windows 8 is a dramatic change from previous versions of Windows. The most obvious difference between Windows 7 and Windows 8 is the user interface. Here's an at-a-glance view.

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