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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.
Office 2013 has a bunch of handy tricks that make you more productive. Here's a reminder about two of them.
Can't type, but you still need to get that 10-page document done? Why not type with your voice?
These helpful tips can help you cut through inbox clutter and organize Outlook.
No matter what else you do on your PC, everyone needs basic programs that cover security, web browsing, and backup.
From bibliographies to footnotes and beyond, here's everything you need to know to use Microsoft Word's works cited tools.
Word's tools and wizards make it easy to show off your work with professional-looking formats.
If you’re in the market for screen real-estate, Android has a convenient solution: use your tablet as laptop overflow screen.
Parallels Access is handy if you need to access your PC remotely from your iOS or Android device. Here's how to get started.
If you need to save a lot of screenshots, whether it's images, complete web pages, or desktop apps, OneNote has you covered. Here's how to use it.
You put a lot of work into configuring Microsoft Word to your liking. Here’s how to protect those settings.
BitTorrent Sync offers cloud storage's benefits without its privacy concerns or service outages. Here's how to use it.