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Although the Office for iPad apps support 27 languages, there are a number of languages that aren’t currently supported, which means that there’s quite a few countries where Office for iPad is not available.
When it comes to sharing content, making a backup of your OneNote notebook or moving work created in OneNote to Word, being able to export pages, sections and even an entire notebook is a great timesaver. This blog post has you covered
If you’ve ever delivered training or attended a course or a meeting, you’ll know how useful it is to have a flipchart or whiteboard in the room. Whiteboard HD brings that same level of usefulness to the iPad for both face-to-face and virtual meetings and training courses.
Today whilst working from home I had to attend a conference call. When it came to dialling into the conference call, I had several options – telephone, Lync and Skype. In this post I discuss the pros and cons of each.
I use a number of Cloud-based services for storing data. Each service has its own benefits and quirks when handling different types of files. When it comes to working with Excel files (and other MS Office files), SkyDrive fits the bill.
Two great real-life examples of how to use Conditional Formatting in Excel to automatically change the background colour of cells based on the content in the cells
Macros are used to save you time by automating tasks. The Macro Recorder is a great way to create simple macros and a great way to start to learn VBA
The company where I work is moving it’s email to Office 365. If you’ve not heard of it, Office 365 is a service from Microsoft that includes a number of cloud-based elements, including email, file storage and web-based versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint.