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Using Side Notes in Microsoft OneNote
Learn how to use Side Notes in Microsoft OneNote. Side Notes are like sticky notes on steroids - they can be used to jot notes, record audio or video notes or create hand written notes. When finished the notes can be added to a OneNote Notebook.

Using Tags in Microsoft OneNote 2010
Learn how to use Tags in Microsoft OneNote to help organize and retrieve data stored in OneNote.

Using Tags in Microsoft Outlook 2010
Learn how to use tags in Microsoft Outlook 2010 to help organize, track and follow-up on email and other Outlook items. Tags include categories, read/unread and follow up.

Using the Outlook Social Connector
Tracking all of your friends and contacts via social networking sites can be a time consuming task. Make life easier by using the Outlook Social Connector in Microsoft Outlook to track status updates, email and friends all from within Outlook.

Using Windows 7 Jump Lists
Learn how to Jump Lists - a new feature in Windows 7 that allow you to create shortcuts to all your favorite documents, music and more.

Using Windows 7 Libraries
Can't locate your files? Missing that important photo? Come learn about Windows 7 libraries which help you organize your files, music and photos - never misplace another file!

Using Windows Vista Snipping Tool
A great new feature of Windows Vista is the Snipping Tool which makes capturing, annotating and sharing screens shots much easier than its predecessor - the print screen function. Learn how to use this great new feature and become a screen shot master!

Using Windows XP User Accounts
This article provides a description of user accounts in Windows XP with steps to create or modify accounts based on user needs and security.

Using Windows XP Volume Control Features
Descriptions and procedures for adjusting the volume for devices and system sounds in Windows XP. The volume control allows the user to modify the volume associated with different aspects of the system.

Windows 7 Aero Desktop
Learn about the features included in the Aero desktop in Windows 7. These features include snap, peek and shake and are used to help manage open windows on your desktop.

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