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What are your goals for 2013?

"An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in.  A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves."
~Bill Vaughan

Among the top-ranking most frequently made New Year’s resolutions - right alongside losing weight and quitting smoking - you can find the self-directed promise to learn something new.  While we won’t be much help for the first two resolutions, we would love the opportunity to help you reach your training and professional development goals in 2013.

Would you like to learn a new software program?

If you’re a regular visitor to this blog, you are likely already taking the first steps to learning new tips and tricks for common office productivity software programs. Almost every week we explore the fundamentals of different programs for both PC and Mac operating systems including, but not limited to, the Microsoft Office and iWork suites. While we are a little cramped for the amount of instruction that we can provide in a simple blog post, we do invite you to connect with us to explore further software training services. Whether you need just a few questions answered on occasion, or you are looking for a full instructional opportunity - we’ll get you and your software working together.

Are you switching to a Mac?

Like learning a new office productivity program, learning a new operating system can be a challenge. In making the switch from PC to Mac (and vice versa) we encounter a number of “same-but-different” tools and functions that can be confusing.  If you are looking to make the switch, or someone you know will receive a new Mac this Christmas, we can help make the transition a smooth one.

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