Microsoft Office is every administrative professional's go to toolbox. Time-saving Office shortcuts can add hours to an admin's week. That's why close to 300 people attended this session at last year's Administrative Professionals Conference!
Microsoft Office is the grandfather of all business applications. With hundreds of tools created to work with Office and more being released online every month, how do you know which are worth your time? Don’t learn a tool that works in just one program - master power tools that will work in EVERY Microsoft Office 2010 program. Trainer Lori shares her favorites, and you are sure to leave with an arsenal of new skills.
Speaker: Lori Coffey, IT Trainer
"Trainer Lori" Coffey has a unique ability to explain the most complex computer concepts in fun and memorable ways. As an award-winning writer in public relations and marketing, she mastered the nuances of the computer. Today, with 15 years of training experience, she creates and teaches information-packed sessions that allow people to function better at their computers. She is known as TrainerLori on YouTube, reaching thousands around the world with easy-to-understand videos. Lori is highly skilled in teaching computer skills in a friendly and engaging manner. Enhanced by her sense of fun and encouraging manner, Lori’s presentations communicate information in language that we can all understand and in a way that has lasting impact.
Bonus! OneNote Office Tipsheet
OneNote is the best secret in your Office Suite, so included in your registration is a quick guide to getting up and operating on the great collaborative tool that can work for virtually all teams!
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