In her regular series for Cambridge Network members - now in its 15th year - software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she outlines a new offering - a series of 60-minute webinars that put together many of the hints, tips and time-saving shortcuts she's unearthed over the years for Microsoft Office 2010.
Tame your computer - webinars lead to quick wins
As some of you know I began publishing tips back in 2003. Seventeen years later and I’m still passionate about sharing easy ways of using MS Office and aim to crank out a tip on a weekly basis.
To help you put these “quick wins” into practice I recently developed a series of 60-minute webinars, giving you the opportunity to see the hints, tips and time-saving shortcuts in action. So if you have been saving my tips to work through at a later stage, why not join one of the webinars?
- Choose the session about the package you use the most. (Or do all four and become an Office wizard!)
- Watch me do it. (Or do it with me during the webinar.)
- Try it out afterwards. (Practise, practise, practise.)
- Give a shout if you need a hand.
The sessions are £20 only (+VAT) and you can pay securely using a debit or credit card. Just drop me a line or complete the booking form and I’ll send you a payment link.
The price includes a crib sheet and exercise files so you can follow me during the demo or experiment and practise what you've learned after the webinar.
Even if you believe you have mastered MS Office, I guarantee you will go away with new and easy to use tricks and shortcuts that you never would have found on your own.
As Katherine recently wrote: "This was the most productive hour I have spent in a long time.”
17 August 2020
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