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August 2nd, 2012

Many small businesses are, just that - small. The average small business doesn’t have enough employees to be able to have departments, existing employees often do more than one job. Because of this, it’s essential that employees are able to access files, calendars and other essential documents that allow them to do their jobs. One program that allows employees to do just this is Microsoft SharePoint.
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July 4th, 2012

When using an office suite like Microsoft Word to produce a longer document, small business owners have some great features at their disposal to make professional documents. One of the keys to a professional looking document is that it needs to be properly formatted. many professional reports use a format that includes a Table of Contents (TOC) and headings.
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June 7th, 2012

As Android tablets become more commonplace in the business environment, many managers are finding that they want to edit and view documents, presentations and spreadsheet files on the tablet. Many, if not all, managers use Microsoft Office as their main office suite which poses a problem, as there’s no official Microsoft Office app for the tablet.
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June 7th, 2012

Microsoft Word is probably the most widely installed program that’s not an operating system. It’s become so ingrained in computing culture that other word processing programs have a tough time competing, and have had to include the ability to read and edit Word documents. Of Word’s many features, keyboard shortcuts are among the most useful.
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May 18th, 2012

If you’re like other managers you’ve sat through or given more presentations then you can remember. While presentations are an important part of business, many presenters fail to get their message across because of their slides. If you don’t have good slides, the probability of your presentation going well is pretty low.
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April 9th, 2012

No matter what industry your business is in, managers and employees will at one time or another need to give a presentation. Presentations can at times scare many employees, causing undue stress and poorly created presentations that could cost a company a key contract.
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March 15th, 2012

Many business owners and managers use Microsoft’s spreadsheet program, Excel, on a daily basis. It has become the go-to program for basic book keeping, forecasting, scheduling, chart making, and much more. It’s safe to say we are comfortable with it, and some may even call themselves experts. For those who are less comfortable, there are a number of errors that can cause confusion. Read on to learn about the most common ones.
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