Have you had your fill of holiday music at the shopping mall? Are you ready to slap your best friend who keeps on about this being the best time of the year? The holiday season is here, and keeping a sense of non-tinseled equilibrium has become more important that ever. Spending time with friends and … Continue reading Best time of the year – for gaining career skills through eLearning!
The holiday season is upon us, which can bring time to spend with family and friends, or time in front of the fireplace on a cold day. While those things are wonderful, sometimes we can find ourselves needing a break from all of that togetherness, or we want to feel like we have accomplished more … Continue reading Take a vacation from your vacation with eLearning courses
Opening Outlook can be daunting at times, especially if you are someone who receives one hundred-plus emails every night. All you see is chaos first thing in the morning, and you are instantly stresses out, before you get anything done. There is an easier way to view your day or week in Outlook, by using … Continue reading Outlook Today Overview
Every new version of Excel comes with new or updated functions. The 2019 version of Excel is no exception. One of the new functions is MROUND. MROUND is a little different than other rounding functions, as you reference a cell with a number and tell it to give you the closest multiple requested by you. … Continue reading New Excel 2019 Function: MROUND
Project managers divide each project into 5 steps, guiding it from conception to completion. These steps are Initiating, Planning, Executing, Controlling, and Closing. Today, we will discuss the first step, Initiating. Initiating the Project The project begins by choosing its goal: A building is being built; a division is being launched; a marketing campaign is … Continue reading 5 Steps of Project Management – Step 1 – Initiating
The holiday season is getting into full swing. Friends and family are gathering; turkeys are thawing; yams are being candied. Soon, the holiday decorations will fill your home (and are already festooned across the malls). Faster than you can shake a snow globe, we will be saying goodbye to 2019, and ringing in 2020. Before … Continue reading Year-end training deals to set you on the right path in 2020
Project Managers might need to get lists of tasks for a project from more than one source in order to track everything throughout the project. The project manager could link the files, but in most cases, linking too many files can cause issues with the main Project file. When too many files are linked together, … Continue reading Adding Subprojects – MS Project
SharePoint is a great way to organize documents – far better than a shared drive – but sometimes it can be a little confusing when trying to upload documents into a SharePoint library. If your company recently updated from an older version of SharePoint, the uploading process might be very different than what you were … Continue reading Different Ways to Upload Documents – SharePoint
When working with large chunks of data, we sometimes need to sort the data to figure out where we need to focus our attention. This could mean that we need to quickly sort our data by more than one column, allowing us to make decisions on which path to take, without having to create new … Continue reading Sorting by Multiple Columns in Excel
In the business world, when we talk about workflows, we are usually talking about how the flow of paperwork moves through the company, or the sequence of tasks we use for various processes. Workflows are a systematic process based on a business activity. However, when we talk about SharePoint Workflows, it is all about … Continue reading What can SharePoint Workflows do?