Midway through an eight-week training and floor-support project — an Office 2010 and Windows 7 rollout — at a large law firm in downtown Los Angeles, I finally have a little time to write some new posts. I’ll add two or three tiplets inspired by questions that have been cropping up frequently during the rollout, as well as a longer article explaining how the “Restrict Editing” feature works in Word 2010.
Even though the blog’s primary focus is on Word and WordPerfect, regular readers know that I offer pointers about other technical topics (and other applications) every once in a while. I thought the tiplets I’ll be providing this weekend — which relate to Outlook 2010 — would be useful for many people who work with the Office suite of programs in general. And I’ll probably continue to write about issues that arise during the training gig, especially the ones that have fairly simple solutions.
Thankfully, the long weekend affords me a modicum of extra time to try to catch up with at least some of the tasks I’ve neglected over the past few weeks. Not sure when I’ll have another chance to post between now and the end of the rollout (in late June), but I’ll keep trying.
Thanks, as always, for dropping by (and for being patient)!
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