By Courtney Rose If you spend a lot of time creating, editing and collaborating in various documents, such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, you should know that Google has its own version for each of these programs. There is even a way to start a document in one of Google’s applications, and then save…

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By Richard Stokes Recently while browsing online, I stumbled across a quick way to do a Google search for text you are reading that doesn’t already have some sort of hyperlink embedded in it, and it doesn’t require you to type the text to perform the search. Here’s what I mean. I was doing some…

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By Courtney Rose Google Chrome is a super useful and lightweight internet browser, especially if you use Gmail as your email provider and all the applications Google has to offer, such as Drive, Calendar, and Maps. When you’re signed in to the Google Chrome browser, it will remember passwords you use so you don’t have…

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By Richard Stokes I like to look at espn.com, and like more websites these days, it’s got video all over it that starts playing the moment you go to their site. Sometimes I’ll forget that my speakers are turned on, and then all of a sudden ESPN starts blaring the audio portion of the embedded…

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Google Chrome tips | Network 1 Consulting

By Kate O’Neal One of the most popular browsers in use right now is Google Chrome. In my opinion, using Google anything makes everything so much easier.  A few things I really like about Chrome:  You can sign in to your Google account and save your bookmarks, so whenever you log in to a different…

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