Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Use these step-by-instructions to turn complex procedures into one-click wonders.
You can create a table of contents in Microsoft Word where every chapter title links to the appropriate chapter. Then you can keep these links live when you convert the document to a PDF.
Not making the switch to Windows 10, but love the idea of multiple desktops? Here's how to add that to any PC running Windows XP or higher.
Are you over-using a few words in everything you write? Here are two tools to help check yourself.
Panic Button hides all those tabs you shouldn't have open and makes it look like you're doing what you should be.
Want a sneak peek at the future of Office? Here's how to get started.
Did he really say that? With Microsoft OneNote's Record Audio feature, you can quickly zoom to the relevant bit of information.
Can't be bothered to write down a to-do list? Todoed lets you create tasks by highlighting text followed by a right-click.
Tired of constantly hitting that Windows key when you want to take multiple screenshots? Try using Sticky Keys instead.
Evernote has a great browser extension called Clearly that helps you clip articles for later in a reader-friendly view.
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint now support Dropbox on an iPad or iPhone. Unless, of course, you want to insert photos. Here's the workaround.
Use this trick and you'll never have to wade through your inbox for buried files again.
From a computer's point of view, a photo of text isn't real text. But you don't have to invest in OCR software to fix that.