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Excel 2016's many new features include six new chart types. Here we cover Histogram, Pareto, and Waterfall, which cover statistical, trend, and other relationships.
Maybe it's your browser. Or your word processor. Or some little utility. Here's how to make a favorite program launch automatically every time you boot Windows 10.
With a little ingenuity, Drive can be a repository for all the articles, images, and other content you find online.
The bigger your spreadsheet, the more you need INDEX and MATCH functions, which you can combine with SUM, AVERAGE, and MAX to refine your searches.
Simplenote, Google Keep, and Apple Notes are simple apps that offer more productivity power than you'd think.
Onetastic's OneCalendar is a great way to view your notes organized by date.
When you have a big, ugly spreadsheet, logical formulas can help you make sense of it all by looking for results or patterns that you specify. We show you how to set up a simple one.
Adding a checkbox to Excel sounds like a little thing, but it opens up a new level of database-like possibilities for your spreadsheets. We show you how to get started.
Word uses the Developer tools to make forms and collect the data with ease. Here's how.
Pasting formatted text from the web can often be a hassle—but not if you use these tricks.
Because sometimes an animated GIF really is worth a thousand words.
The IRS wants you to file your taxes online, and it's offering some nice freebies to lure you in—everything from free forms to free preparation software. Find the best deals and avoid the caveats with these tips.
No matter how touch-friendly Windows 10 gets, there’s nothing like a keyboard shortcut to get you somewhere fast. Here are the ones everyone needs.
Excel 2016 gives you six new chart styles. The three we explore here make it easier to compare data and show hierarchies and other relationships.
You probably have thousands of photos in your PC. Use folders, tags, and handy utilities to sift through them in reasonable time.
Whether you move your add-on icons to the top, bottom, or side of your browser, this tool gives you options.
Office versions may change, file formats may change, but your words and images can live on, if you adjust certain settings in the software. But there are risks.
The Force Awakens is here and the Internet is now a minefield of spoilers. This Chrome extension helps keep you spoiler-free until you're ready to see the movie yourself.