Word 2013 can prevent unwanted changes from proofreaders and collaborators with Editing Restrictions. Here’s how to set up and use Format and Editing restrictions.
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Today Google Docs added a new feature that is very reminiscent of Google Wave. Discussions, which is a new and improved alternative for comments, is a social-conversation tool. Discussions will display your Google profile pictures, add timestamps, and send you notifications when there is an update. “We learned lessons from Wave and incorporated some of […]
Here at groovyPost, we are big, big fans of Join.Me—a free and simple screen sharing web app from the makers of LogMeIn. But if you’ve been frequenting the Google Chrome Web Store, you may have noticed Vyew as one of the featured web apps. Vyew, which launched way back in January 2008, does everything that […]
http://join.me is the best and simplest Screen Sharing and File Transfer tool I’ve ever used, period. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention the service is 100% free and it works seamlessly between PC and Mac systems. If it can run flash, you can use join.me (sorry iPad and iPhone users…). A game changer for sure being that […]
If you ever need to edit a document of any sort including a contract or agreement and want your changes and comments to standout, the Track Changes feature in Word 2010 has no equal… Really. It’s that good. If you’re an attorney or contract specialist, you probably already know this from previous versions of Word but if […]
Update: This service is no longer available. Apparently it was snatched up by Facebook. According to Wikipedia: “On October 29, 2010, Drop.io announced that the company had been purchased by Facebook and that the service would be shutting down. Sam Lessin, one of the site’s founders, would be moving to Facebook. As of 15 December […]