Personal Development

Hit the snooze button in Gmail

August 3, 2022

Snoozing Gmail can be used to remind you of important messages that you need to reply to or act on.

Personal Development

Google Docs’ answer to the navigation pane

August 3, 2022

If you discovered the navigation pane in Microsoft Word, which makes moving around and rearranging documents organized with heading styles very easy, you might think you have to live without it in Google Docs. You don’t!

Personal Development

New email scams and how to be a hero

August 3, 2022

The problem with viruses, malware, ransomware and other things that can ruin your day or level your organization’s network is that they keep changing. While it’s unimaginable to be doing business without automatically updating virus/malware software installed on everyone’s computers, it is also good to stay up to date on the latest scams arriving in your email inbox. Here are some things to watch out for.

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Word conundrums: Dynamic content

August 3, 2022

Q. When I use wrap text features for pictures in my Word doc and people view it in Word Online, it doesn’t look the same. What can I do to get pictures to look right in Word Online?

Speaking

‘What did I just say?’

August 3, 2022

We should always strive to improve our communication with others. But you’re not always responsible for what they take in or absorb.

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Postal ode

July 6, 2022

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Tips from Admin Pro Forum 2022 on becoming an innovation star

“To do our jobs effectively,” said Julie Perrine, Founder and CEO of All Things Admin, at May’s online Admin Pro Forum 2022 event, “we need to hit reset and reenergize our careers to stay relevant. This is how you become CEO of your own career. We have to reinvent ourselves to avoid extinction. We have to bring new ideas to life.”

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Break the clock to convey your dedication

What would you think of someone who left the office at exactly 5:00 p.m. every single day, not a minute sooner or later? Maybe that they had made a habit of keeping a very close eye on the clock, unwilling to spend a moment more at work than they absolutely had to. A "work to rule" employee like this comes off as less engaged and dedicated than someone who sometimes departs 10 minutes later—or even earlier—so try to shake up the routine.

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