Meet the tools that can save you time and make you more efficient. Our productivity section will help you get organized with insightful articles and in-depth tutorials.
Stuck with an error message that says Windows is configuring Microsoft Office? Here’s the fix.
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Many long-time Office users will be unwilling to transition away from the apps they’re so used to working with, but it’s time to give iWork another chance.
The new deduplication feature in Google Drive can be quite handy, but it can also get in the way. Here’s how to get around it.
Attaching files to an email is no big deal, but Outlook’s web app is making it more convenient to attach Facebook photos or files from Google Drive.
You might not know everything about Google Drive. These seven essential Google Drive tips should help you squeeze every benefit out of the productivity suite.
Table of contents are a great way to keep your documents organized and improve navigation. We show you how to create your own table of contents in four easy steps. Free templates included.
Here we have compiled all the ways, across multiple platforms, you can use to access your Microsoft Outlook email account.
We have 11 compelling reasons for you to try Dropbox Paper. The new online document tool is off to a good start with features for personal use and collaborative work.
Excel 2016 brought the Quick Analysis feature to the forefront and it has turned out to be one of the best boosts to productivity in a long time. Also available in Office 365.
Never fix a running system! That’s how Woody Allen continues to use a typewriter and roughly 10% of you remain stuck on Windows XP. We examine why letting go of old technology is so tough.
Mental models help us enhance our thinking and reasoning skills. They could be critical for productivity and job success. These seven mental models can help you solve challenging problems at your workplace.
Footnotes can help you complement text with additional details. Adding footnotes in Microsoft and using styles like Turabian, MLA, APA, or Chicago, is very easy. We show you what you need to know about footnotes.
You can get more out of Outlook by learning how to use command line switches.
OneNote can be your one-stop-shop for everything from organizing information, via managing projects, to keeping a daily journal. Here we propose a dozen ways in which you can use OneNote.
OpenOffice is no longer a free Microsoft Office alternative you can count on. We have compiled the four best options for Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Are there documents that you write over and over again? Whether it’s meeting agendas, invoices, or status reports, templates could make your work easier. We have compiled 10 template ideas to save you time.
Finding the perfect printable productivity planner is a time-consuming job. Let us help you get back to your work with this handy list of free planners you can download and use.
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Many people struggle with extracting information from complex cells in Microsoft Excel. We examined three special cases and here we explain the formulas used to isolate the data from the spreadsheet.
OneNote Class Notebooks are a revolution in modern education. If you want a copy of an entire Class Notebook’s material, here’s how you can make and take a copy for yourself.
Sometimes you need to forward tons of email at once in order to back up an old account or just send to someone. Here’s how to do this in Outlook.
Despite not being full-featured Office apps, the Mail and Calendar apps have plenty of shortcuts. Here are some of the most useful.
Sync your Google Calendar with the Windows Calendar app wasn’t always possible. Since the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, you can even manage your Google, iCloud, and Outlook calendars from the Taskbar. We show you how.
Thunderbird recently changed the way that the Enter key creates new paragraphs. Here’s how to change it back to the old way in just a minute.