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Organizing your Smartphone or Tablet

In keeping with our "Spring Cleaning" theme of the last couple weeks (yes, we're still sure it's around the corner...we think...), we continue today with cleaning and  organizing our Smartphones and tablets. Time to purge : Superfluous contact f...hand-holding-mobile-smart-phone
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Taming Your Inbox

Does the thought of opening your email program fill you with dread? Are you overwhelmed by the sheer number of emails you receive from clients, associations, registrations, marketers, family, and SPAMmers?  We've been there too. To tame our emai...xemail inbox
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Excel 2013 - Overview of the Interfaces



The New Starting Screen The Workbook Interface If you've never used Excel 2007 or 2010, or you're using Excel 2003, take a look at this longer video about the workbook interface.
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Upcoming Video Blogs

We decided to do something a little different this year, though we're a little behind schedule which is all down to me as I'm in charge, apparently! This year we are creating some "introductory" videos beginning with Excel 2013.  I have wanted t...
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What's your file management system?

Now, if you're asking, "what is a file management system?" We strongly recommend you keep reading. When creating a file management system or plan for your computer, here are a few rules and considerations you may want to take into account in order to...
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How To Choose a Software Trainer They'll Thank You For

Survey says: "Sitting through software training is painful".

Knowing how to use MS Office and knowing how to train people to use it are two different things. Download this Special Report and discover how to choose a trainer that leaves your employees feeling useful.

  • Claire Langfield, Executive Assistant

    Chippewas of Rama First Nation

    The majority of my computer training focused on Publisher. I have received positive comments and feedback from several of my colleagues on the changes between my first attempt and current expertise creating the monthly internal newsletter for my department. They enjoy the updated format and the way in which the information is presented. 

    Deborah assisted me through a learning curve, as I had not previously had any exposure to this program prior to joining Rama. She also provided me with a refresher course on PowerPoint and Excel.  Deborah is a patient teacher and tailored the training to suit my job requirements.