Happy New Year!
Hopefully the mixed economic signals ending 2010 will stabilize and lead to steady growth throughout 2011.
2010 was a good year for SET as we continued to help clients improve their brand by making their documents beautiful while becoming more productive in the process. If you or anyone you know spends a large amount of time using Microsoft Office to develop documents; we would love the opportunity to help. Give us a shout and we will review your document development process and make recommendations that can improve your bottom line.
In a previous newsletter we showed how Outlook Contacts could be exported to Excel. This can come in handy if you happen to find yourself migrating to a new email server like the SET team did last month. The response was overwhelming and some of our readers asked if we could share how to import contacts back into Outlook from Excel and this month we delivered.
In Excel, make sure that the columns are titled with helpful descriptions. For this example, we are only importing a name and an email, but you can import any information that can be stored in Excel, such as Phone numbers, Addresses, or even Notes.
If you have an idea for tip of the month or have a question about how you could become more productive while using Microsoft Office then contact us and we will try to help.
Have you ever had to create a word document from PDF file and spent hours transferring information from the PDF to a Word version? Thanks to David, my Lead Developer, for finding this simple and easy to use application on line that will convert your PDF document to Word for free. Simply open the following site and follow the instructions. The new word file will be emailed to an address of your choosing. (I would suggest using some type of disposable account to reduce SPAM.)
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