Turn a PowerPoint Presentation into a Video

Have you ever prepared a PowerPoint for a presentation and then realized it would be  great for the rest of the company to use as gentle reminders of company policy? You might have asked yourself, “How do I use this over and over, so I don’t have to stay close and restart it every time … Continue reading Turn a PowerPoint Presentation into a Video

Highlight the date in Project

If you are unsure about changing the format of certain parts in Project, it can be stressful, especially if you are worried you might mess something else up in the process. One of the parts that can be hard to see in Project is the line for today’s date. Changing the color of the line … Continue reading Highlight the date in Project

Revolutionary Learning Experiences: Excel Automation

We have all had those “Aha” moments, when the blinders are removed, the light bulb goes on, and things become clear. These revolutionary learning experiences can radically change our entire approach to our jobs, or even life. Here we look a look at one approach to working with Excel that can revolutionize the way you … Continue reading Revolutionary Learning Experiences: Excel Automation

Revolutionary Learning – Management with Compassion

We have all had those “Aha” moments, when the blinders are removed, the light bulb goes on, and things become clear. These revolutionary learning experiences can radically change our entire approach to our jobs, or even life. Here we look at one revolutionary shift managers can make to be truly exceptional. The Adversarial Manager Many … Continue reading Revolutionary Learning – Management with Compassion

Go Further than Advanced in Excel

You know your way around a spreadsheet. You know how to set up your columns; you use some swanky shortcuts to reduce the time it takes you to input data; you have a utilitarian list of Excel functions at your disposal. But what if you could do more? What if you could become the ultimate … Continue reading Go Further than Advanced in Excel

Creating a Good Presentation

Do you have to deliver a presentation but don’t know where to start?  Use these quick tips to get you on the road to creating good content. Most speeches consist of three main parts: Introduction – Gains attention and orients to the focus of the speech. Body -Sets forth the main ideas and develops or … Continue reading Creating a Good Presentation

Selecting Text in Word

There are different ways to select text in a Word document, from a single word to the entire document. Sure, you can drag-select text anywhere in a document, but selecting text with a few clicks can be much faster. Just click to select text Single-clicking anywhere in text gets you where you are going, but … Continue reading Selecting Text in Word

Finding Worksheets in Excel

When working with Excel, especially if you are trying to fully automate a workbook, you can create many worksheets to keep from recreating the wheel.  Doing so often means navigating to various print jobs, and can be exhausting. You can search for your worksheets by clicking the left or right arrows, or the “…” that … Continue reading Finding Worksheets in Excel

Top 5 Best Practices in SharePoint

How important is it to follow best practices in SharePoint? It can be the difference between a company that loves SharePoint and a company that hates SharePoint. The problem is that there is next to nothing on the internet about best practices that need to be used in SharePoint. Sure, there are plenty of videos … Continue reading Top 5 Best Practices in SharePoint

We are hiring!

Mission Critical Training is looking for a few good people. Are you one of them? We are looking to fill three positions: Sales Lead Generator This position is responsible for finding sales leads to grow the company business in Arizona and Colorado, selling training services and courses. The position requires about 80% inside lead generation … Continue reading We are hiring!