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One thing that Excel can do that Numbers can't: Insert hyperlinks from spreadsheets to local files. But one Hints reader found a work-around.
Executive Editor Dan Miller would love to upgrade pretty much everything. Here's what's on his wish-list this year.
We asked you to send us your questions about Word 2011, and boy did you ever. Here are the answers we've been able to glean from our own research and queries to Microsoft.
Want iTunes to stop playback after the current song is done? Here's a script that'll do it.
Whenever Apple updates Mail, users howl because their Mail add-ins break. Here's how to fix those add-ins so they work with the new version.
We asked you what you wanted to know about Excel 2011. Here are the answers.
One security company says it's only a matter of time before the Mac becomes a juicy target for hackers. And it has a product to sell you that'll keep you safe if and when that happens.
Apple updates the 13-inch Air, adds a new 11-inch model, and gets rid of the hard drives on both.
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When Microsoft Office 2011 hits the shelves October 26, it'll be sporting dozens of new features. Here are the ten we think matter most.
Microsoft's new Office suite will be on store shelves at the end of October. Should you plan on upgrading? Or can you skip this one? Dan Miller has some advice.
As it prepares for the October release of its Mac office suite, Microsoft releases a few more details about new and revamped features including enhanced compatibility with the Windows versions, some nice tweaks to Excel, and some in-app photo-editing tools.