If you are working from home, hopefully you were able to bring your work computer home with you. If you have to use a home PC to access your work network, here are some tips: Any PC (Windows or Mac): Do not allow your children and/or spouse to use the computer (if possible) Windows 7…

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By: Chase Petersen Excel is widely used across just about every business sector so I find it useful to continue educating myself on how to best use the program.  The more formulas and shortcuts you can master the more useful, and better you will be at excel. One formula I found to be very useful…

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Courtesy of: Tony Rushin, Network 1 Vice President – Sales & Marketing Say you want two windows open on your monitor at the same time. An easy way to give these windows the same amount of screen real estate is Windows + Arrows keys.   Press Windows Key + Left Arrow key to get this:…

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Courtesy of: Kevin Jackman, Network 1 Client Manager This tip is especially good if your work-from-home environment does not have dual monitors. Hold down the ALT key while tapping the TAB key to cycle between open windows; you will then see a screen similar to the one below pop up on your monitor.   Continue…

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Courtesy of: Kristen Evangelista, Network 1 Client Manager Taking a screenshot using the physical buttons on your iPad can be a pain: the buttons are far apart, plus it’s easy to do wrong and  accidentally lock the iPad. However, if you have an Apple Pencil (any generation), taking a screenshot is simple: 1) Place your…

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