Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word, Part 7: Using Building Blocks

Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word, Part 7: Using Building Blocks

Blog Barista: Jessica Davis | December 4, 2019 | Productivity | Brew time: 12 min
Welcome to Part 7 of the Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word series. The series has covered a lot of ground, from editing and navigation features, to creating templates and styles, and enhancing your styles with numbering schemes, as well as using custom properties to support content reuse…

Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word, Part 4: Building Numbered Styles

Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word, Part 4: Building Numbered Styles

Blog Barista: Jessica Davis | October 30, 2019 | Productivity | Brew time: 11 min
Welcome to Part 4 of the Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word series. So far, I’ve covered some often unknown but immensely helpful editing and navigation features and explained how to create and access templates and how to create and apply paragraph and character styles. Today’s post will take your…

Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word, Part 3: Creating Paragraph & Character Styles

Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word, Part 3: Creating Paragraph & Character Styles

Blog Barista: Jessica Davis | October 24, 2019 | Productivity | Brew time: 15 min
Welcome to Part 3 of the Harnessing the Power of Microsoft Word series. In the last post, I covered how to create and access templates. Today’s post will walk you through paragraph and character styles. Although you can use these concepts at the document level, defining styles in your templates will make them…

Recognizing & Embracing Team Differences

Recognizing & Embracing Team Differences

Factors You Should Be Aware of to Ensure Project Success
Blog Barista: Bob Marquis, CPA, PMP | Oct 16, 2019 | Project Management | Brew time: 5 min
Project managers tend to be structured, organized, and process oriented. This is a good thing. Unfortunately for project managers, not everyone on a project is this way. Usually, people aren’t as manageable as a well-documented project plan…

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