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Document Management: Sort and Access Your Files and Folders with Ease

In our last post we talked about using consistent file names to make it easier to sort and access your files, now we go one step further in exploring document management from a slightly higher vantage point.Whether you're a solopreneur or part of a g...
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Guest — Margaret Harlos
Love this. A must read
Tuesday, 31 May 2011 16:58
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A Place for Everything, and Everything In Its Place

While it doesn’t seem to receive the respect it deserves, effective document management is an essential component of your computer’s maintenance. Some of the major points we'd like to explore this week related to document management include establish...
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Keep your 'puter running!

My amazing virtual admin assistant suggested I talk about “keeping your 'puter running”.  Her words, not mine.  It is an important topic and much like any system, it's important to be consistent.  After all, the computer is just a tool...
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Clickety-Quick’s Top 5 Helpful Hints

In most of the classes we offer, it seems there are a few questions that present themselves over and over again. Today, we’d like to share our Top 5 Questions and Answers.What is – or how do I make – a “soft return”?A soft return, Shift+Enter, i...
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Office 2011 for Mac

Office 2011 for Mac was put on retail shelves last November (2010) and I got my copy right away. I am thrilled to see the ribbon, though it has taken a bit of getting used to as it's not quite the same format as the PC versions. I particularly like t...
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Guest — Donna Douglas
Your posts are like nuggets of knowledge, Deborah. Thank you!
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 13:03
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