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Microsoft Word – Setting your own defaults

Are you getting tired of looking at the same font every time you open your word document?  Do you find you change the same display/page set-up settings on a regular basis?  Today, I’d like to show you how to set your Microsoft Word defaults...Word 2011 (Mac) Font Dialogue
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So, What About Blog?

Having recently celebrated our 1st Anniversary of Blogging (Ok, we may be a little late, our first post was in September of 2010…) we would like to hear from you – How are we doing? With posts about PCs and Windows, Macs and OS X, and software that s...
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Microsoft Office 365 – Taking your workspace to the cloud

Ever since it was first announced in October of 2010, I have been anxiously waiting for the launch of Microsoft Office 365. This past June (2011), the online service finally went live.  Offering Office 365 as a SaaS (software as a solution) gran...
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My Mac Experience - Microsoft Office for Mac

Many of my work projects in the past have been created using Microsoft Office (2007 Professional Edition), predominantly the Word, Excel, and Outlook programs.  So, when I heard the Microsoft also made an office suite for Mac users, I was stoked...
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Ensure Safe File Sharing: Sanitize!

No matter the size of the organization you're a part of, sanitizing your files before sharing them with anyone is important for you, your organization and your clients’ safety. Sanitizing files is the practice of removing all sensitive, private and c...Sanitize1
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