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In several of my classes I have mentioned that there is a free way to use Word, Excel, etc., online. To be able to use this you will first need to setup a free Outlook.com (or Live.com) email address. To do this browse to outlook.com and register for a free account. Since this will probably […]
The latest in a series this presentation will assist you utilizing various social media apps and sites in your job search. LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook and more are covered.
New for the Winter of 2015 this newest presentation of LinkedIn – Advanced Tips & Tricks will help you make the most of the site. LinkedIn.com is one of the top sites for job search and is THE site for networking and finding your next business opportunity.
This is the latest version of the Getting Started with LinkedIn presentation. It includes the newest editions released in the summer of 2015.
In a recent MS Word Basics class it was brought up that it would be good to know keyboard shortcuts for popular Word tasks. This is not an exhaustive list but it should give you enough to get going. Ctrl + N Create new document Ctrl + O Open document Ctrl + W Close document […]
The structure of storing files within your PC uses a very common format. As in normal offices files are stored in folders which are stored in drawers or filing cabinets.Each item on your PC is either a file or a folder. A folder is used to store files. This graphic should help explain further.
In many of my Basic PC and LinkedIn classes we often talk about adding signatures to your emails. They can include your contact information or links to your online networks. They are simple to create and make a difference in making your email stand out from the rest. Here is a quick tutorial on how to […]
It’s very common to have multiple email addresses these days. You may have personal email at Gmail, Yahoo, Live or even AOL. Logging in to each service to check your email can be time-consuming, but there is a better way. Use Gmail to check each of these account all in one location. This tutorial will walk […]
I’ve tried dozens of to-do list programs, apps and websites. Most of the programs do quite a few things well but one, Wunderlist, seems to hit all of the right marks. Unlimited lists, each with unlimited items get you started. You can add a reminder, a Date Due and even attach notes and files to […]