Universally, successful businesspeople will tell you to make use of every legitimate advantage you may have. If you were to buy a new car and discover it came with a free set of winter tires—on rims— wouldn’t you accept the offer? You might not need those winter tires right now, but the time will come […]
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Do You Realize the Full Potential of Your Microsoft 365 Subscription?
Gone are the days when you bought your Microsoft Windows and Office programs and then installed them out of a box. Like many other software giants, Microsoft has been moving towards a subscription-based system. Although the prices of the various Microsoft 365 subscriptions have stayed pretty much the same over recent years, the value you […]
One Program, One Course
Microsoft has many versions and it can be hard to keep up. 2013? 2016? 2019? 365? The variety of versions can become an obstacle when booking training for your team, especially if staff is using different versions. We want to make things simple for you: going forward, all of our leveled courses will include […]
Can You Over-Organize Your Data?
Oh Yes, You Can! If you’re old enough to remember this, think back to the days before digital cameras. You had to buy film, and on average a roll took 24 pictures. And you had to drive to a store to get them developed! Because of the expense, processing and time involved in photography, people […]
Clearing Up the Confusion – Choosing Databases
We all know how useful databases are. They allow us to easily input, gather, analyze, and sort data. Plus, thanks to databases, we can even access this data from anywhere. This is very important for today’s businesses as they deal with thousands of GBs of data that they send to partners, clients, etc. That’s why […]
When to take Access VBA Training or Hire a Consultant
“Can I do it myself?” It’s a common question and one you really need the correct answer to before getting in too deep and realizing you’ve made a mistake. In Microsoft Access, programming is the process of adding functionality to your database by using macros or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code. For example, you […]
Using Labels in Access
The use of labels, the peel off kind, has diminished due to the use of email; however, labels are still required at times. Access Reports has a very simple label feature that allows users to generate labels faster than Word. Create labels by using the Label Wizard in Access Important: Label reports that you create by […]
Are You Using the Full Power of Microsoft Office Suite?
Microsoft Office is probably the most well known and most often used productivity software in the world. Do you ever stop to discover the products, and to discover the ways to use them more comfortably? We often find that the students we interact with have tried to learn how to use programs like Word and […]