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Have you ever wanted to
convert files without the need
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setting simple, straight-forward guidelines should be an essential part of your Facebook strategy. These guidelines (which you can post or link to on your Info tab) are part of facilitating an open sharing environment and have the added benefit of coaxing you to figure out exactly how you want to use your Facebook brand page.

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FillAnyPDF.com is a website where you upload your PDF form and link to it so other people can fill it out and sign it online. No software is needed. Any PDF form can be used, even if it's not "interactive", so you can get started right away. You can even invite a group to fill out your forms and track the results. Anyone that collects signatures or filled out forms will find FillAnyPDF.com to be a valuable time-saving resource.

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Philip Lane: Irish Economy

The Irish economy has endured a painful period but the prospects for 2010 are brighter. Reform is essential though, writes Philip Lane.

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As editor of Computers In Business, I'm often pitched articles from company heads, consultants and freelancers.

Sometimes, the topic is relevant. Sometimes it isn't. But whoever is writing the article can give themselves an instant boost by knowing and following the 'style' rules that we have. (A newspaper's 'style guide' is the particular collection of rules that it employs in the way it presents its articles. For example, whereas the Irish Times gives men a title ('Mr'), the Sunday Business Post does not.)

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Use Google Docs to quickly view documents online without leaving your browser.

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