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  • Blog Post: Hidden Gems #3: Revise, review and refine with Word

    Welcome back! This month’s discovery is close to my heart- after all, for the professional investigator, following a trail is second nature. Word allows a complete history of changes to a document to be kept, and for those changes to be approved or discarded in pursuit of the perfect document...
  • Blog Post: Hidden Gems #14: Dig for knowledge in your Excel data

    You no doubt store lots of raw data in Excel spreadsheets. Then you probably use Functions to simplify and automate calculations in those spreadsheets. Now you have even more information. And you have probably spent plenty of bleary-eyed hours scanning it. This month, I’m on the trail of a raft...
  • Blog Post: Hidden Gems #15: Skype functions for business

    Hidden Gems #15: Skype functions for business You may well have heard of Skype – it was the first mass-market VoIP phone/video service (VoIP simply means making calls over the internet). But did you know that Skype is now part of the Microsoft family? The logic of VoIP is that we generally...
  • Blog Post: Hidden Gems #15: Add some whiz to your PowerPoint Presentations

    PowerPoint is the number one Presentation tool across the globe. Everyone knows it can add a dash of professionalism to even the most basic sales pitch, but it also brings clarity to complicated issues; say, explaining strategy to staff, or making sense of financials. But familiarity is the price...