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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.
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint now support Dropbox on an iPad or iPhone. Unless, of course, you want to insert photos. Here's the workaround.
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.
CardDesk is a web app that helps you organize your Evernote content into index cards on a virtual cork board. Here's how to get started.
Microsoft’s purple paper eater may just help restore your sanity when you’re fighting digital clutter.
Take advantage of Office's hidden powers to get some serious work done on your iPad.
Keyboard shortcuts are great. More efficient shortcuts are even better, as our latest tip for Microsoft Word proves.
Multiple authors. Way too many changes. Follow these tips to manage heavily edited documents without the headache.
If you want to easily collect, search, and share your digital notes, Google Drive could be the key.
Need your PC to give you a little "encouragement" to write your next TPS report? Check out these apps.
If you open a Microsoft Office document in LibreOffice or OpenOffice, you’ll need Microsoft’s fonts installed on your Linux system to see the documents as they were intended to look.
Microsoft's nixing of an old favorite doesn't have to mean the death of fun PowerPoint presentations or Word documents.