April, bunnies and colored eggs! Does that sound familiar? If so, you’re right. Easter is almost here and it’s time to surprise your loved ones and kids with the usual Easter holiday goodies.
Paying income taxes can be a real nightmare for some, but we all pay taxes in one form or another. For example, when you work at your job to make money, taxes are deducted from your pay. Also, when you make purchases at stores, some percentage of the cost you pay goes towards sales tax. The same thing goes for owning property — you pay property taxes. But, how did income taxes all start?
Spring has begun and it’s time to get rid of your winter clothes and take out that light spring outfit. But it’s also that time of year where you need to do big spring housecleaning. It’s out with the old and in with the new.
But this doesn’t only apply to your house. There’s one other thing that needs to be cleaned and it’s perhaps the more important one: your computer.
When used effectively, PowerPoint can be a highly versatile tool when conducting a presentation. The application is easy to learn and can do many different things to give your presentation a boost.
One problem is trying to do more with your presentation, including working in PDF content into your slides. Can you put PDFs in PowerPoint? The answer is yes, you can.
For the longest time, workplaces have been striving towards a paperless office. Yet we still have a long way to go before going completely paperless. In fact, half the battle is making the switch. The other half is running your paperless office efficiently.
Sure you can scan in all your documents and make your filing system more accessible. But if you can’t effectively retrieve, extract and work with those scanned documents, your switch won’t be the digital transformation you envisioned.