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[TechRepublic] 10+ Microsoft Office add-ins to simplify your work

March 25, 2009

10+ Microsoft Office add-ins to simplify your work

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The right add-in can provide helpful features and make existing Office capabilities easier to use. Susan Harkins has rounded up a selection of handy add-ins for various Office applications

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A no-nonsense, holistic approach to information management

In this paper from Bloor Research, you'll learn what an Information Strategy is, why it is important, and what it takes to build one. You'll also learn about IBM's approach and role in the development of an Information Strategy. Download now for helpful insights. (IBM)

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10 things you can do to ensure career survival in 2009
Protecting your job in this economic climate is a job in itself, but the effort can pay off. These practical strategies can help you get through tough times with your career intact.

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10 Linux and open source developer tools you should not overlook
To take advantage of the excellent Linux development environment, you need to have the right tools. Here's a rundown of some of the best ones out there and the features they have to offer.

How do I... Create an installation flash drive for Windows 7?
Installing a Windows OS from a flash drive does not require third-party tools. Steven Warren shows a no-nonsense approach to creating a flash key drive you can use to install Windows 7.

10 ways to be a good manager during a recession
It's tough enough to be an effective manager when the economy is strong. But making the right decisions, keeping staff focused, and maintaining IT service levels may seem next to impossible when you're managing through an economic crisis. Here are some ideas for keeping yourself and your team afloat.

10+ phrases that can be irritating or offensive
It's possible to rub someone the wrong way without even realizing it -- all because you used the wrong expression at the wrong time. Calvin Sun discusses 11 such expressions and looks at how you can sidestep problems by being careful when you use them.

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Nearly 2,000 images were submitted to the Nikon Small World photomicrography competition last fall -- and the winning photos ranged from microscopic organisms to cancer-fighting drugs, carbon nanotubes, and even soap. Check out these stunning images.

WWW 20years oldThe World Wide Web hits 20
In March 1989, Tim Berners-Lee submitted a paper called "Information Management: a Proposal" to his supervisor. It became the blueprint for the World Wide Web, which launched the following year. Here's a visual look back.

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What possesses a person to take a perfectly good computer and begin chopping, hacking, and otherwise affixing away at it to make it look like something other than a computer? Here are a few examples of this creative madness.

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Jason Hiner regularly talks to product managers at technology companies, and he often encourages them to follow the discussions and participate in the TechRepublic forums when we write about their products. Do you think vendors can add valuable information to the discussion? Take our poll.

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