Today, I am kicking off a new project. Each month I will take on a new technology or tool for 30 days, and I am starting '30 Days With' by tackling Google Docs.
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Google Docs has become a serious contender among office productivity tools, and it keeps getting better. These 21 quick tips uncover hidden, useful features to help you get more done with the Web-based suite.
Not just a MS Word rival, powerful word-processing tool WriteItNow has many features aimed squarely at authors.
Tired of constantly typing in the same words, e-mail addresses, signatures, and the like? A good macro program (like PhraseExpress 8) automates that data entry for you.
Chrome extension Docs PDF/PowerPoint Viewer lets you view PPTs and PDFs without launching a separate reader