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Automatically Delete Unwanted E-Mail Using Outlook

Do you remember the ILOVEYOU Virus? By using the Outlook Rules Wizard you could have deleted any and all of those unwanted messages.
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More Excel Tips with Gail Perry

More Excel Tips!Presented by: Gail Perry, CPA,Managing Editor of AccountingWEB and author of Excel 2000 Answers!January 11, 2001Visit the AccountingWEB Workshop Calendar for upcoming workshop sessions.SummaryHere are some of the tips discussed in Gail's Excel workshop on January 12, 2001. Look for more of these tips in future stories on AccountingWEB.
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PCPS 2000 Member Survey - Top MAP Issues

Partnering for CPA Practice Success (PCPS) has just received the results from its 2000 Member Survey. The survey was distributed to the full PCPS membership — about 6,500 firms.The goal of the survey was to gather information about management and practice issues facing firms in the profession.
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MS Office Clones Provide Web-based Productivity

It's no secret that more and more of our software applications and suites will be Web-based, even before the new year is up. Microsoft already has turned its Office suite into a Web-based application, and is working on improvements so that the next version will be ready by mid-2001.Still, Office may not be everyone's solution. There are clones of some of the most popular productivity suites already on the Web.ThinkFree Office has positioned itself somewhere in between Web-based software and the kind that all of us are familiar with on our PCs.
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Secure Your E-Mail Messages on the Internet!

The Internet makes it easy to send information almost anywhere around the world, but e-mail messages travel through the Internet in a format that anyone, anywhere can read. If you send confidential e-mail on the Internet you run the risk that your information may be intercepted en route. You may get numersous bogus e-mails asking for information. The e-mailer requesting the information may not be on the up and up; it may be sent by a hacker who forged the name and e-mail address and sent you a fake message in order to get confidential information.
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IRS Web Site is Quick Source for Forms, Publications

The IRS Web site, www.irs.gov, performed up to five times faster during the 2000 tax filing season than it did in the previous year.
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AT&T Glitch Supports Security as #1 Issue for CPAs

A mistake by AT&T that violated security to many of the telecommunications company's small business customers supports the finding that Information Security and Controls is the number one concern among the issues affecting the profession in 2001.Billing and account information for about 120,000 could be viewed by customers, according to the story on MSNBC.com.
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AICPA Releases Top Technology Issues For 2001

Technological advances over the last ten years have become so interwoven with the accounting profession that it's hard to conceive how we could or can function without them. The AICPA just released the 2001 Top Ten Technology list."We're not surprised that security emerged as the most critical technology issue," said Alan Anderson, AICPA Senior Vice President - Technical Services.
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Use MS Outlook to Get Detailed Map Directions!

Next time you're getting ready to leave the office on an engagement or a marketing call, make sure you have accurate directions to the client’s office. If you use Microsoft Outlook as your contact management tool, try this nifty feature. Outlook and Expedia.com Maps provide you with detailed directions to the contact's address. You may need to install this feature if it has not been installed on your computer already.
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K-12 Education Now Available on the Internet

WASHINGTON, DC (December 28, 2000) - Citing intensifying public concern for access to high-quality primary and secondary education and the burgeoning alternative education market, William J. Bennett and Knowledge Universe Learning Group (KULG) today announced the formation of the first Internet-based school for kindergarten through twelfth grade. K12 will offer a full curriculum as well as supplementary learning and assessment tools over the Internet. K12's first education products will be offered, and enrollment will commence, in the fall of 2001.
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Human Resources IT Roadmap

Small-business owners and human resources managers who are shopping for information technology usually don't have the luxury of corporate-size budgets. But they still need software and systems powerful enough to handle today's complex HR demands and able to grow with their company's needs.For a growing number of businesses with one to 100 employees, the answer lies with application service providers (ASPs) and their Web-hosted business tools.
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Business 2.0's 21 Resolutions for 2001

It was a volatile year for the dot.coms. The world of cyberspace experienced failures around every corner, CEOs abandoned their start-ups in droves and no one could second guess what the business and public wanted next.Business 2.0 has compiled List of 21 Resolutions for 2001, grouped into four areas: customer service, timing, business plans and actions.
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Take a Test Drive of New Web Audit Software

Last June we reported the formation of an agreement between Deloitte & Touche and Intacct Corporation to produce a web-based accounting service that would be offered to accounting firms.The service, which combines the accounting knowledge of Deloitte & Touche and the software engineering skills of Intacct Corporation, is now live, and it will allow accounting professionals who work with small- and medium-sized enterprises the opportunity to use sophisticated auditing techniques on the web.
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Three Free Voice Portal Services

Have you ever wished you could access the Internet when you don't have a connection handy?Welcome to Voice Portals - a new generation of technology that enables a user to access the Web over a telephone.
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Send a Document Via E-mail Without Opening Outlook!

If you need to send a document via e-mail, here’s how you can do it without even opening your Outlook program.While you are in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, go up to the File menu, point to Send To, and then click Mail Recipient (as Attachment).Fill in the Receipts, Subject, and message boxes and click Send.Or if you have Word 2000: On the Standard toolbar, click E-mail.In the To and Cc boxes, enter the recipient names separated by semicolons.By default, the name of the document appears in
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Don't Count on Windows' Clones

Talk of free, open-source Windows' clones may be just that, talk, if companies far and wide won't adopt any Windows-like operating system other than Microsoft Windows.At a price tag as high as $300 per copy, corporate America, naturally, would love to find a free operating system. While there are several vendors working on cloning Windows, none so far have lived up to the public's expectations.A spokeswoman from Southwest Airlines put the topic in perspective.
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How the Internet is Changing the Practice of Accounting, with Michael Platt

How the Internet is Changing the Practice of AccountingPresented by: Michael PlattCEO of AccountingWEBVisit the AccountingWEB Workshop Calendar for upcoming workshop sessions.
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Free way to Test the Security of Your Internet Connection

How secure is your Internet connection? Regardless of whether you're a stand-alone user, or connected through a Local Area Network, hackers and others may be trying to break into your computer RIGHT NOW!"You can sit there and say that you are only one person, and who would even try?" says Joe Reinbold, publisher of Home Income Quarterly E-dition. "While that may be so, do you know exactly what you have saved on your computer - credit card numbers, account numbers, personal information?
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FiNetrics Offers Solutions for Small, Medium Businesses

CHICAGO - December 13, 2000 - FiNetrics Inc., a business service provider (BSP) developing an integrated and comprehensive suite of online financial applications and services for emerging and medium-sized businesses, today announced the availability FiNetrics OutNumber(tm) 2.0 Internet accounting application.
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How to Add $8,000 a Month to Your Practice in 90 Days

How to add $8,000 a month to your practice in 90 days by providing Internet-based CFO & Outsourced Bookkeeping servicesPresented by: KC Truby, "The Lonesome Cowboy," President and Founder of Bridge21Tuesday, December 12, 2000Topics for this workshop included: Learn how to set up a real time - full time link to your clients with ASP technology Three reasons clients are paying an average monthly fee of $1

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