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(Almost) Pain-Free Calendars in Outlook 2013
By Katherine Murray
Sep 26, 2013
Katherine Murray shows you how to create three different types of appointments, drag and drop items into your calendar, and share your calendar effectively.
10 Mail Merge Tricks for Word 2013
By Katherine Murray
Oct 3, 2013
Katherine Murray offers 10 tips to help you reduce the time you spend setting up your merge print and shortcut the problem-solving when things go wrong.
15 Tips for Making Business Networking Part of Your Everyday Mindset
By Andrea Nierenberg
Feb 4, 2014
Andrea Nierenberg offers 15 tips to make you better at and more comfortable with integrating business networking into your everyday life.
5 Things to Try in Office 2013
By Katherine Murray
Sep 12, 2013
Katherine Murray offers up a few of the new features worth trying as you’re considering whether Office 2013 is right for you.
7 Steps to Follow When Someone Delegates Work to You
By Pat Brans
Dec 15, 2015
Whether your boss hands you a task, a co-worker asks you to share responsibilities, or one of your kids needs assistance with a school project, being available and willing to help is just part of everyday life. Knowing your powers as a delegate can make the process easier. Pat Brans explains how to accept (or refuse) tasks with aplomb. With his seven-step plan for delegate success, you can be sure of finishing any task well and on time.
A Business Intelligence Roadmap: Project Planning
By Shaku Atre, Larissa Terpeluk Moss
Jun 6, 2003
Don't let your project veer out of control. Learn the steps to a well-planned BI project and all the major aspects of project planning for your business.
A Global Overview of the Boomer Market
By Mary Furlong
Sep 14, 2007
Each new choice a boomer makes represents a signal of enormous business opportunity.
A Novice's Guide to Speaking in Public: Step 1: Think about Your Language and Keep It Simple
By Michael Lawrence Faulkner
Nov 11, 2015
Michael Lawrence Faulkner starts with some basic tips of public speaking, such as dress simply, use power verbs, and smile when you speak.
A Professional's Guide to Decision Science and Problem Solving: Define the Objectives and Identify Metrics
By Frank A. Tillman, Deandra T. Cassone
Jan 9, 2012
This chapter discusses the importance of clearly articulating and documenting the objectives of a corporation.
A Resource-Allocation Perspective for Marketing Analytics
By Rajkumar Venkatesan, Paul Farris, Ronald T. Wilcox
Aug 6, 2014
Resource allocation is the endgame of analytics for any company. Using marketing analytics properly, any firm should be able to determine the optimal level of spending it should make on each of its marketing channels to maximize success.
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Quattro Pro X : Navigating in a Notebook
By Elaine Marmel
Jan 27, 2006
Navigating a new software package is like finding your way around a new town after a move—you need to learn how to move around in it efficiently. In Quattro Pro, you also need to learn how to select so that you can move and copy information as those actions become necessary. In this chapter, you'll learn how to move around a notebook, select cells, enter information into a spreadsheet, correct mistakes, and, most importantly, save a notebook so that you save the fruit of your efforts.
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.
Access 2010 Macros: A New Way of Programming
By Alison Balter
Jun 25, 2010
This exciting article takes you on a tour of the new Access 2010 macro designer and the new features available with Access macros. After reading the article, you will be comfortable with the Access 2010 macro designer and will be able to take advantage of all that it offers.
Access Fear Factor I: Basics
By Herb Tyson
Dec 30, 2005
Afraid of the dark? Spiders? Heights? If you are an experienced Word/Excel user who has Access-phobia, this article is for you. Herb Tyson shows you how to use Word and Excel to start creating what should be a simple database. When limitations become obvious, you learn how to use an Excel spreadsheet as the starting point for an Access database that ultimately will be more useful.
Add Captions and Callouts to Your Video in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
By Echo Swinford
Jun 21, 2010
Add captions to your videos using the new Trigger to Bookmark features in PowerPoint 2010. Learn a bit about animations and other new video features along the way.
Adding Art to Documents in Office 2013
By Steve Johnson, Perspection Inc.
Mar 1, 2013
This chapter shows how you can add pictures, charts, and other graphics to spruce up your Office 2013 documents.
Adding Art to Office Documents
By Steve Johnson, Perspection Inc.
Sep 10, 2010
Steve Johnson shows how to grab your audiences’ attention by creating Office 2010 documents that are vibrant and visually interesting.
Adding Ink in Microsoft OneNote
By Laura Acklen
Dec 12, 2011
After a brief but vigorous campaign by pen users, Microsoft added ink rendering to its OneNote Web App. Office expert Laura Acklen walks you through it.
Ad-Free Brand Positioning Basics
By Chris Grams
Oct 1, 2011
This chapter covers the basic building blocks of brand positioning and outlines some principles that will help you set up your own brand positioning project for success.
Advanced Find-and-Replace Tools in Word
By Peter Aitken
Oct 28, 2005
One of most valuable tools in Word is the Find and Replace command, which makes it a snap to locate any text and replace it with new text. But you might not know that this command goes way beyond the basics to provide a truly flexible tool for working with document content and formatting. Peter Aitken shows you how to use all the powerful options that this command offers.

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