If you're printing more than one copy of a multiple-page Word document, set it so they'll print out collated to save yourself to work of doing it manually. The trick is remembering to click one little box...
Does your back ache after working on a computer? Does your wrist get twinges or your hand get numb from holding a mouse? If this happens to you, take a few minutes to watch these short — and clever — videos created by Vodafone Spain:
After making a major update to a website, the staffperson who had requested the change told me the website looked no different than before. I was puzzled by this, because I had tested the website in 4 or 5 different web browser versions to make sure the website looked right & behaved correctly. But as soon as I started talking with her, I suspected the problem was simply that her web browser had "cached" the old version, and wasn't checking the web server for a more recent version.
The Drafts folder in Outlook stores email messages you've started but haven't yet sent. When creating a new email message, every three minutes Outlook will automatically save it as a draft. In addition to this auto-save feature, you can manually save a draft at any time, and are prompted to save a message that you attempt to close without sending.
I heard on the Marketplace Tech Report podcast that the Chrome web browser lets you talk into your computer’s microphone and translates what you say into text. I gave it a spin, and it's fun to work with!
Put the Office 2007 commands and buttons you use most often within easy reach — put them on the Quick Access Toolbar. This toolbar above the Ribbon contains buttons by default, but you can add the commands you use the most.