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5 Changes to Get Excited About in Office 2016

In preparation for the full release of Office 2016, Microsoft has made a public preview version available for keeners like us to "test-drive"  -- and we're so excited! This new series of blog posts will highlight some of our favourite pieces in ...office 2016 200x200
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Stop the insanity! 3 Email Management Tips for Taming your Inbox

Image courtesy kveselyte In my early administrative career, having a case of "the Mondays" was triggered more by the onslaught of weekend emails I received than the outlook of a full work week still ahead of me. I remember losing my mornings to sorti...Junk Mail
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Outlook - Automatic Reply Template

Have you ever wished or wondered if there was a way to respond to email given certain parameters with an automatic reply, often referred to as an auto reply or autoresponder, using Outlook? Here we show you how to create one, using an Outlook templat...Template AutoResponder Step 1
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The 4 Ds of Email Management

Delete. Defer. Delegate. Do. There are a number of versions of the 4 Ds and different ways they apply to time management and organization. Our list of Ds harnesses this core streamlining process to help tame your inbox, saving you time and energy. De...Outlook 4Ds Unread
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Preparing for a Company-Wide Software Rollout

Image courtesy  Ante Vekic So, you've evaluated the needs of your clients and your staff, you've done your research, and you've made your decision: It's time for new software, for EVERYONE in your department or organization. Awesome!  …but ...Computer Training Lab
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