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If your office smartphone or tablet were to “brick,” or no longer work, could you recover data to a new device? Many iPhone and Android owners recently found themselves answering…Read more
The Law Practice Management and Technology for the Small Firm seminar will be held June 22, but the great early bird price of $125 (you must be a member of…Read more
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The "Format Painter" feature, available in versions Microsoft Word 2010, 2013, and 2016, allows you to copy the formatting of one section and "paint" that formatting to another section.
Click here for "Format Painter" tips from Microsoft. (After clicking the link, look for the Microsoft Word link and then click to discover the tip...plus see other tips for Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, etc.)
This tip is courtesy of Brett Burney, special guest speaker at the 2017 Solo & Small Firm LPM-TECH Conference, held in Columbia last Friday. Do you have questions or want to learn more about the Solo and Small Firm Section, contact Section Liaison Courtney Troutman or PMAP Assistant Emily Worley.
Would you love to increase your productivity when using Microsoft Word? Check out these 34 tips and tricks from Techwelkin. Also, the Goodwill Community Foundation website has free MS Office tips and tricks for all Microsoft Word versions. Have a question about managing your office or office technology? Email Practice Management at email@example.com for assistance.
Is your inbox on e-mail overload? It turns out attorneys and their staff are not alone! It seems that many individuals find themselves in the same boat. So much so, that several sessions were dedicated to it at ABA TECHSHOW 2016!
Nonetheless, take heart, friend, there is hope!
Here are a few favorite takeaways from three sessions I attended: "Time Task Email & Distraction Management - Tame the Digital Chaos" with Paul Unger; "Supercharge Microsoft Office with Add-Ins and Apps" with Catherine Sanders Reach and Bob Ambrogi; and "Outlook Tips" with Debbie Foster. Some of these takeaways include great strategies as well!
Strategies to Help Control E-mail Inbox Overload
Software Tools to Help with E-mail Inbox Overload
Looking for more tips, tricks, and tutorials to manage your e-mail overflow? Here are the top 50 most popular tips, tricks and tutorials for Outlook and Gmail from About Tech. Check out these other great tips from Mind Tools to help save your e-mail sanity and if you are looking to brush up on your e-mail management skills or more, check out GCF Learn Free's website.
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Have you ever wanted to convert a read-only Microsoft Excel file into an editable file but didn’t know how? This great video from E-How Tech shows a really simple way to convert a read-only file into an editable Excel file using a few simple clicks in versions of Microsoft Excel 2007 and newer. The Practice Management Assistance Program offers free advice to lawyers and law staff at (803) 799-6653, ext. 183 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to look for more tips here on the SC Small Firm blog.