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How iPhone and iPad Users Can Get Started Using Apple's iCloud
By Jason Rich
Aug 26, 2011
Jason R. Rich introduces you to Apple's new iCloud online file sharing service, and discusses how iPhone and iPad users can best utilize this free service, starting when they upgrade their devices to iOS 5 this fall.
Solutions to the Top Five Mistakes Made by iPad and iPad 2 Users
By Jason Rich
Aug 25, 2011
Jason R. Rich shows how to overcome five of the most common mistakes iPad and iPad 2 users make when using their tablet.
Using the New Version of Pages for Word Processing on Your iPhone
By Jason Rich
Aug 23, 2011
As described by Jason R. Rich, Pages gives you full word processing capabilities on your iOS mobile device, which is compatible with Microsoft Word.
Discover LibreOffice, a Free MS Office Alternative
By Eric Geier
Aug 9, 2011
If you don’t have Microsoft Office, consider a free alternative that gives you the same basic programs and features. Eric Geier introduces you to LibreOffice, a fork of the popular OpenOffice.org (OOo) suite.
Statistical Analysis with Excel 2010: Using Excel with the Normal Distribution
By Conrad Carlberg
Jun 22, 2011
Excel offers more worksheet functions that pertain to the normal distribution than to any other. This chapter explains what a normal distribution is and how to use those Excel functions that map it.
The Top Office Suites for iPad
By Ryan Faas
Jun 13, 2011
Ryan Faas discusses ways to create images and presentations (and to show them), work with financial data, and even type long form content with new office suites for the iPad.
Improve Your Pivot Tables with PowerPivot for Excel 2010
By Bill Jelen
May 31, 2011
Bill "MrExcel" Jelen walks you through the five benefits of PowerPivot (and shows you solutions to five problems pivot tables could never resolve).
Tiny Charts Help Others to Visualize Your Data
By Bill Jelen
May 27, 2011
Professor Edward Tufte described sparklines as "data-intense, design-simple, word-sized graphics." Bill "MrExcel" Jelen helps you understand sparklines in Excel 2010 and how they can benefit you.
Preface to Microsoft Excel for Stock and Option Traders: Build Your Own Analytical Tools for Higher Returns
By Jeff Augen
May 9, 2011
In this preface to his book, Jeff Augen explains how technically minded private investors can learn to run just a little faster than the market using Microsoft Excel.
OneNote Mobile for iPhone: OneNote Mobile Goes Multi-platform
By Peter O'Kelly
Mar 21, 2011
This article includes an overview of the latest OneNote client for the iPhone and some speculation about how it may change the competitive landscape.
Evernote and Microsoft OneNote: Comparing Two Noteworthy Tools/Services
By Peter O'Kelly
Mar 7, 2011
Peter O'Kelly introduces Evernote, compares OneNote and Evernote, and provides some guidance on how you might want to consider using Evernote and OneNote together.
Compelling Collaboration Capabilities in Microsoft OneNote
By Peter O'Kelly
Feb 28, 2011
Peter O'Kelly highlights OneNote's collaboration-related capabilities and explains how OneNote fits into the broader SharePoint-centered Microsoft collaboration landscape.
Access 2010 for Access 2007 Users: What's New
By Roger Jennings
Feb 15, 2011
Roger Jennings runs through the features of Access 2010 that users of Access 2007 will find most useful.
PowerPoint Web App: Create Presentations in a Web Browser
By Geetesh Bajaj
Feb 1, 2011
Geetesh Bajaj shows you how you can use the PowerPoint Web App to create your next PowerPoint presentation.
Microsoft OneNote as a Distributed Information Item Database System
By Peter O'Kelly
Jan 28, 2011
Architecturally, OneNote is a subtly sophisticated distributed database management system, making it a powerful solution for today's occasionally-connected and multi-device requirements. This article explains OneNote's distributed database architecture and its utility.
Steve Mann Talks SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath
By Steven Mann, Dustin Sullivan
Jan 24, 2011
Steve Mann discusses SharePoint 2010's integration with Visual Studio and InfoPath 2010, including the features these developments bring to the table and the skills that administrators and developers will need to leverage them.
Web-Centric Microsoft OneNote Usage Scenarios
By Peter O'Kelly
Jan 21, 2011
While OneNote is in some respects a traditional desktop application, it also offers a wide range of powerful and web-centric hypertext information management features, including "the wiki way" for content-based collaboration. This article provides an overview of OneNote's web-centric features.
Microsoft OneNote: Complementing Other Office Applications
By Peter O'Kelly
Jan 3, 2011
Included with of all versions of Microsoft Office 2010, OneNote has strong synergy with other Office applications for information and task management activities. This article provides examples of how OneNote can be used to complement Office applications including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Ten Online Collaboration Tools that Let You Work with Anyone Anywhere in the World
By Patrice-Anne Rutledge
Dec 30, 2010
Business technology author Patrice-Anne Rutledge describes ten online collaboration tools that let you work with anyone anywhere.
Information Item Management in Microsoft OneNote
By Peter O'Kelly
Dec 28, 2010
Industry analyst Peter O’Kelly explains OneNote's information architecture, along with options for creating or collecting information items in OneNote.

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