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Online PPT pointers

August 12, 2013
Q. I’m delivering a PowerPoint online. Are there any special considerations?
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Protecting documents and tracking changes in Word

August 12, 2013
Many people work in teams and collaborate on documents. Typically, there’s a document owner and several individuals who may revise it. There may be many others who read it but don’t revise it. You can manage access authority by setting passwords. Track Changes can control any changes that authorized users make.
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12 tips to get more out of the cloud

July 12, 2013
Cloud storage has become more than just a place to keep your documents and photos. Rick Broida at PC World offers tips on “how to leverage online storage services in ways you never dreamed possible.”
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Create contacts from email

July 12, 2013
Did you ever receive an email from someone and think to yourself, “I know this person, but how?” If you attend networking events, you’re bound to hand out your business cards and then get a few emails from those people. Simply click and drag that first email you received from your networking contacts to the Contacts navigation button.
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MacBook Pro 13 gets top rating … for doing a PC’s job

June 14, 2013
The MacBook Pro 13 was named best performing Windows laptop because “every Windows installation on it is clean,” reported PC services company Soluto. Soluto’s metrics include crashes per week, hangs per week, Blue Screens per week and average boot time. Here are the top 5.
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How to keep your Twitter account safe

June 14, 2013
If recent security breaches have you wondering just how safe your Twitter account is, then you need to think about protecting your Twitter feed the same way you do for any other online account, advises Hayley Tsukayama, The Washington Post.
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Keep that coffee hot with help from your PC

June 14, 2013
There’s nothing worse than a cup o’ joe that’s heading for room temperature. You can keep your mug hot, or even your favorite beverage cool with the power coming from your computer.
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16 ‘unwritten rules’ for texting

May 10, 2013
Now that everyone is spending more time texting, a few rules of the road might be in order. Geoffrey James, writing in the Sales Source column for Inc., has come up with his unwritten rules for business texting.
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#REF! errors in Excel

May 10, 2013
Q. My formula suddenly started giving me #REF! errors. What went wrong?
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Need a quick calculator?

April 15, 2013
From Google.com, simply type in “calculator” in the search field.
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