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How to Prevent and Opt Out of Reply All Messages

We’ve all been there – stuck in a chain of Reply All emails that’s gone on far too long and is clogging your inbox. Either the chain started innocently enough with an FYI email to a group that’s spun out of control. Or you’re stuck on a chain you shouldn’t have been copied on in the first place.

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How to Make It Easier to Schedule Meetings

"Let’s meet later this week to discuss. When are you available to discuss?"

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How to Separate Names into Columns in Excel

One of the most annoying things to have to do with your data is to manually clean it up. Having to go line by line in Excel to reformat names personally makes me want to scream. Thankfully, Excel has a lot of lesser known features to take care of some of those more menial tasks - including separating names stored in one column into two separate columns.

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Using filters in Microsoft Outlook to make your life easier

Today’s post is from Reed Wilson, President and CEO of PTG and admitted Office 365 Junkie

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Microsoft Outlook Productivity Savers–Volume 1

Today’s post is from Reed Wilson, President and CEO of PTG and admitted Office 365 Junkie

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Configuring Office 365 on your iPad or iPhone

Today’s Post is brought to you by Andrew Atkins, IT Support Specialist

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How to turn names into email addresses in Excel

Have you ever had a list of items in Excel that you wanted in a different format, but you didn’t want to spend the next few days or hours manually typing them into different columns or copying and pasting until your fingers bled? For example, let’s say you have a list of people’s names that you would like to turn into email addresses.

Instead of manually typing out all of the email addresses yourself, make Excel do the work for you.

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Microsoft PowerPoint Security Bug–All in the news

There has recently been coverage in the news about a security flaw in Microsoft PowerPoint (and other Office products as well), that could allow a remote attacker to gain access to a PC or system.  As usual, this is much ado about nothing if you are paying attention to what you are doing on your PC.

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Why do my deleted messages have a ‘strikethrough’ in IMAP on Outlook?

Submitted by: Amar Raina, an Outsourced IT Support Specialist with Palmetto Technology Group

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Office for iPad–What you need to know

Submitted by: Reed Wilson , President and Founder of PTG, a Microsoft Tier 3 Cloud Champion, Cloud Accelerate partner and Cloud deployment partner providing technology solutions including Office 365, Dynamics CRM, Private Cloud, and IT Infrastructure to businesses and enterprises nationally.

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