Melissa P Esquibel

Creating sections, using citations and layering images over and under text.
An impeccable digital dress code can help ensure that your messages are read, received well and responded to with the proper urgency. Here are the best tips.
Are you proficient at Microsoft Office? If you have been in the administrative profession for even a few years, you probably feel fairly confident responding, “Yes.” Here are a few features you should be able to use with ease in order to be considered truly proficient.
Out-of-office message in Teams … Camera control … Lobby or no lobby?
Can you collect information in a single worksheet, and collect all sheets to summarize and analyze without creating two files? … Can a whole worksheet row change font color if I change just one cell?
Here’s how to avoid becoming a victim of a ransomware attack.
How can I separate access within my own group in Teams when IT won’t let me create another team? … We’re migrating to Teams. Can we easily move DropBox files to our Teams Library?

Evolving need for ‘techie admins’

June 2, 2021 Categorized in: Advancement

Administrative professionals often have a unique perspective of the roles everyone plays and the types of information that flows between them, in and outside of the company. This viewpoint, bolstered by some additional tech skills, makes the admin a strategic partner to their leaders’ success and not just a “task doer.”
Before you show how to do a screen operation, click the Screen Recording button.
Well, first a little secret. It’s all SharePoint.
Whether or not it should work this way, it does.
Is it time to get serious about killing your inbox clutter—not just deleting unwanted email messages but setting up ways of working that don’t create the clutter in the first place? Here are five tips to get you started.

2 questions about sharing files

April 7, 2021 Categorized in: Project Management

Protecting shared Google Drive files … Transferring Dropbox files