Tip o’ the Week 385 – Using Tags in OneNote

There are many bits of functionality buried in Office applications, and the typical assumption is that most people use a few percent of the functionality (though you can never be sure that it’s the same few percent used by everyone, otherwise everyone would settle for a much simpler and less functional Office suite – see…

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Tip o’ the Week 384 – Insiders Update 16215

The Windows Insider program has over 10m participants, and after the release of the Creators Update, the heat is being turned up again as the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update starts testing. If you’re an Insider on the Fast Ring, you can get hold of the newly-released build 16215, which contains a load of new…

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Tip o’ the Week 383 – Windows Maps refresh

Can you remember the time when, if you wanted to know how to get somewhere, you needed to look on a paper map? Before mapping was at all available online, people would either buy paper maps or license software packages – sometimes at great expense – that had road information in a database, so they…

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Tip o’ the Week 382 – F…F…Feeds in Edge

If you use the Edge browser in Windows 10 as your default (presumably by ignoring prompts on any Google property, to install and default to Chrome) then you may be familiar with the default tab behaviour, which helpfully shows you most-visited sites and also displays some “news” content below. This “My feed” section can be…

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Tip o’ the Week 381 – Send to OneNote

OneNote is a favourite app for many people, especially if you like taking notes using a pen. With the Surface Pro announcement, it’s apparently even better with inking, even if the groovy new pen isn’t bundled with the package and only a third of existing Surface users ever pick their pen up. There are some…

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