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Susan Harkins shares Office solutions for three readers. Find out how to hide control tags, use conditional formatting, and display a two-week calendar.
Find out how you can use Word 2013's new Repeating Section Content Control to facilitate data input.
Two enhancements to Office 2013 content controls make structured documents more readable and easy to use. Here's how to use visualization styles and color.
Apple's desktop operating system, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, was released on October 22, 2013. Take a look at some of the things you can expect to see in this new Mac OS.
Learn how to get the most out of the variables feature in both OpenOffice and LibreOffice.
There's always a learning curve when transitioning from one technology to another. Read about one user's experience switching from BlackBerry to Android, which yielded some unexpec...
Ryan Boudreaux explains what the Web Components specification is and how it can be used to create reusable modules for web applications.
Android developer Chiu-Ki Chan learned iOS to develop her Heart Collage app on both platforms. Find out her overall impressions of iOS development.
Office 2013 has just reached RTM, but Deb Shinder has been working with it for quite a while. Here's her rundown of the pros and cons.
OneNote makes it easy to preserve, organize, and retrieve ideas and info you might otherwise forget or lost track of. These basic pointers will get you started.