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  • A guide on how to use the newer version of the google sites platform, and how to link to a google analytics account.

    How to Use Google Sites

    How to Use Google Sites

    by Monique K-G0

  • Zombie application software may cause you big problems. This article tells you how to avoid installing it, how to detect it if and what to do about it if it's already there.

    Watch out for Zombie Software!

    Watch out for Zombie Software!

    by Simon Kravis0

  • Discover how you can Get Things Done in Wunderlist with this step by step guide to implementing a digital version of David Allen's productivity system.

    Getting Things Done (GTD) in Wunderlist

    Getting Things Done (GTD) in Wunderlist

    by Jonathan Wylie27

  • Shows how to utilize the FREQUENCY function to construct a frequency distribution in Microsoft Excel. An example data set is used to show how to apply the function to separate frequencies by class intervals.

    Frequency Distribution Table in Excel

    Frequency Distribution Table in Excel

    by Joshua Crowder0

  • File tagging can help you find electronic documents by browsing by a tag and by letting them be in more than one place a time. There’s a lot of software to help you add tags to electronic documents and then retrieve them by tag. But they aren’t all equal.

    What's the Best Software for Tagging Files?

    What's the Best Software for Tagging Files?

    by Simon Kravis1

  • Campfire is a writing and world-building software that lets you create your story, characters, setting, and world-building. is this expensive writing software worth paying for? Let's find out! Here are the differences between the Standard and Pro version of Campfire.

    Writing and World-Building Software Review: Campfire

    Writing and World-Building Software Review: Campfire

    by ReViewMeMedia3

  • In this tutorial you will find out how to use Microsoft Excel’s NORM.DIST function to find the area of the a normal distribution. Three examples are offered to show how to find areas in the lower tail, upper tail, and middle area of a normal distribution.

    Normal Distribution in Excel: Finding Area

    Normal Distribution in Excel: Finding Area

    by Joshua Crowder0

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