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You can design great-looking publications in Word with a few secrets and new tips. Learn how to unleash the power of Microsoft Word (versions 2003 and 2007) to make newsletters, reports, brochures, fliers, and everything you create look polished and professional. You will be able to identify well-designed pieces and recreate the best elements so you have a better chance of getting your documents noticed and read.
You may already be a OneNote enthusiast. This webinar will make you an Expert as Melissa explores functions and features you probably aren't using. Did you know you can take notes on a touchscreen device (using a stylus) and convert your handwriting to text in seconds? Or that the OneNote hierarchy supports notebook organization beyond just section, page, and subpage. Discover these and other advanced tools such as working with the Pen feature and creating custom pages and page templates.
Successful project management isn’t just about tasks and to-do lists. Most of the time, you have a team to wrangle as well! As an administrative professional, this can be especially difficult. You probably lack direct authority over the individuals on whom you’re
You don't have to be a web designer or coding expert to post on the web! Expand your skills with easy-to-use tools and simple techniques for creating or editing web content. Web design, posting new information, and editing web pages can be really intimidating, especially with all of the acronyms and jargon. But, these are value-added skills for the Administrative Professional. We'll start from the beginning, and help you understand what all of it means.
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Crossed signals, mixed messages, incorrect assumptions, and personality clashes can cause conflict in any relationship, and in the Boss/Admin partnership, the results are wasted time and effort, diminished productivity, and possible career damage. Get tips on how you—and your boss—can get on the same page so that you can move forward together. Discover the critical areas where you need to agree, and how to initiate frank discussions. Learn how you may be sabotaging your credibility (and your boss'), how to boost communication, and more!
Does your grasp of Excel formulas feel as firmly in hand as a greased hammer? Just when you think you have it down, it flies out of your control and breaks something. Formulas without frustration is possible, even if you’re not a math whiz. Microsoft Certified Trainer, Melissa Esquibel will arm you with all the basic tools you’ll need to understand and work with formulas confidently. Learn how to Excel with Microsoft Excel in this On-Demand Webinar!
Maximize your productivity, control your time and get more out of Outlook when you customize email, schedules, calendars, profiles and defaults. Learn 25 tips about how to create additional profiles so you can send emails from a department or avatar, harness the power of Options to change your defaults such as adding a second time zone to your calendar, and understand archiving options.
You are no longer a professional “Administrative Assistant” in today’s frenzied workplace. You have become a professional “Administrative Manager.” And you play a strategic role in meeting business objectives. This session illuminates “core” management competencies that you need to lead people and to lead change. Learn how to: plan your work, maximize performance, use persuasive skills, communicate strategically, and guide change efforts. We’ll cover cross-functional team dynamics, delegating to and leading others, developing credibility…and more. Leave with a better understanding of organizational needs, thereby better prepared to “present your case” at work.