Still hoping to add substantive posts soon…

November 23, 2012 at 11:54 am

Thanks to my regular readers for patiently awaiting some substantive new posts.  I have been so busy working on Office 2010 / Windows rollouts the last several months — and, since early October, traveling back and forth between L.A. and San Diego for one such project — that I haven’t been able to set aside the time (or muster the brain power) to do much writing.  Will keep trying.

Depending on my work schedule next month (which is still somewhat uncertain), I might manage to compose a couple of new tutorials.  I’ve got a couple of ideas in mind, including a very cool and easy way to add the legacy Print dialog to the Quick Access Toolbar in Word.  Yes, I’ve tested it, and it works!

Stay tuned.  I really will update the blog (and will schedule some Word and WordPerfect classes in California in 2013) soon.

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