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Shelley’s Top 8 Time Busting Tips for Microsoft Office – Webinar!

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Get your hands or rather your keyboard on my Top 8 Time Busting Tips for Microsoft Office.  Join me on a webinar where with just 45 minutes of time invested you will go away with at least 8 new tips to put into practice immediately!What you will learn in this webinar:How to make the colours in […]

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Why you might be struggling with synchronising OneDrive for Business

Are you struggling synchronising OneDrive for Business

Are you a busy VA or business owner who is using Office 365? You went down this route for various reasons, you love the familiar Office packages, you like that you can work both online and offline. And you really love the idea of using OneDrive for Business and having your documents stored in the […]

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Why I love working with Office 365 and you should too!

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I love working with Office 365. Now you would think that as my business is as an IT Trainer helping you get more done in less time that I would say that wouldn’t I? Well yes you would be right but – I genuinely do love working with Office 365 and I want to tell […]

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Encrypting your email? Do you? Should you? How to?

Encrypting your email? Do you? Should you? How to? Unless you have been living in a cave for the past few months and especially the last couple of weeks, you can’t possibly have escaped the juggernaut that is GDPR. Most business people I know from Accountants to Property Companies to Trainers and VAs are getting […]

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What kind of Microsoft Office do I need in my business?

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What kind of Microsoft Office do I need in my business? I think there is some confusion about Windows and Microsoft Office.  I come across lots of people who get confused between Windows, Microsoft Ofifce , Home, Professional etc. The question frequently arises, what do I really need? Windows Windows – this is an Operating […]

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Office 365 lets you work from anywhere on any device at any time

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Work from Anywhere Any Device Any Time Microsoft launched Office 365 a while back. It has been updated several times and is really taking off. We are seeing organisations move to Office 365 for various reasons. Less support costs Documents are stored in the cloud, meaning that there is no need for an on-premise server. […]

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17 facts about Office 365

17 facts about Office 365

17 facts about Office 365 1. You can use it online and offline 2. Synchronise your online folder to your desktop and work on your pc 3. Work in the cloud using Office Web Apps 4. Work is always up to date 5. When you save your work to OneDrive or SharePoint, you always have […]

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Co Authoring in Microsoft Word using Office 365

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What is Co Authoring? This is a blog that I posted a while ago on my other site www.theittrainingsurgery.com. The screenshots show Office 2013, Office 2016 works the same way. a couple of the options on line have changed sightly as Office 365 improves all the time. Working together and co-authoring a document I need […]

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Dropbox or OneDrive for Business

Where is my stuff and how do I edit it? A question that popped up in a VA group I belong to got me thinking. There is some confusion about where you store your work and how you share with your clients and how your clients share their work with you. I hope that I […]

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Track your miles for easy accounting as a Virtual Assistant

Let’s be real here, being a VA doesn’t mean staying at your home office all day, there can be meetings, driving to client’s offices, and the all-important regular networking event. These miles can rack up, and as your accountant should have told you, you can claim back the miles on your business trips against your […]

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Microsoft Bookings – schedule appointments for clients easily

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Microsoft recently announced their new Microsoft Bookings app, helping keep all appointments in one, user-friendly space. This is a system that my VA is personally rather excited about, as it means she can not only help her retail clients add a simple system for their customers to book onto, but also for her diary management […]

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CRM systems for Virtual Assistants – have you considered Microsoft Office 365?

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As a virtual assistant, having an easy to use customer relationship management system is key to managing your clients effectively. You may look into tools such as Insightly and others, but have you considered Office 365? What does it offer? If you are already on the business premium package, you will know that Microsoft are […]

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