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Microsoft gave its high-end Surface a leap forward on Tuesday with the unveiling of the Surface Pro 4 and the surprise launch of the Surface Book, the company's first laptop.
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If you insert a lot of pictures into PowerPoint slides, you're going to love the new layout placeholders in PowerPoint 2007 and later.
Just because a tip has been used for a long time doesn't mean it isn't new to you. Learn a few of Susan Harkins' old but reliable tips for working more efficiently in Excel.