Securing Microsoft Word Documents with Password Protection and Permissions
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by Shelley Fishel
1w ago
In today’s competitive, litigious and data-filled world, attention to confidentiality, security and document protection is more important than ever. Whether working for a client or a boss, the savvy Assistant understands the need to handle sensitive information with attentive care. A VA, PA or EA may be asked to work on reports, contracts, legal papers […] The post Securing Microsoft Word Documents with Password Protection and Permissions appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Collaborating Effectively on Microsoft Word Documents
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by Shelley Fishel
1w ago
Collaborating Effectively on Microsoft Word Documents Microsoft Word allows the savvy Assistant to create a range of professional documents: checklists, reports, guides, white papers, articles, E-books, contracts, lead magnets and legal papers, for example. A VA, PA or EA may have to create a document for review – by a client or boss – or […] The post Collaborating Effectively on Microsoft Word Documents appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Using Templates and Themes to Enhance Microsoft Word Documents
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by Shelley Fishel
1w ago
As a savvy Assistant, you are likely to be asked to create or work on many different types of document, some on a regular basis – such as reports, minutes or newsletters. As activities go, creativity and writing can be highly time-consuming. It makes sense, therefore, for the VA, PA or EA to be efficient […] The post Using Templates and Themes to Enhance Microsoft Word Documents appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Formatting and Customising Microsoft Word Documents for Brand Consistency
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by Shelley Fishel
1w ago
Every type of savvy Assistant is working with a brand in one way or another. Being able to format and customise documents in Microsoft Word for consistency is a key skill. If you are a self-employed VA or other assistant, part of your business is about developing a brand identity that helps you stand out […] The post Formatting and Customising Microsoft Word Documents for Brand Consistency appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Creating Professional Documents in Microsoft Word
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by Shelley Fishel
1w ago
One of the essential skills for the modern, savvy Assistant is how to create fabulous-looking professional documents in Microsoft Word. There are so many different document types used in business today. These include business letters, reports, newsletters, white papers, invoices, brochures, CVs and resumes, catalogues, flyers, research papers, cover letters, contracts, menus, lead magnets and […] The post Creating Professional Documents in Microsoft Word appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Can someone else start a Teams Meeting without me when I am the organiser?
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by Shelley Fishel
3w ago
A question that popped up on LinkedIn recently asked by Jo Sedgwick. The short answer is yes, you can set a meeting up so that people who are not members of your organisation can start the meeting without you, the organiser being present. However, a few things need to be enabled in the Microsoft Teams […] The post Can someone else start a Teams Meeting without me when I am the organiser? appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Creating Visually Engaging Presentations in PowerPoint
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by Shelley Fishel
2M ago
Microsoft PowerPoint has been around for more than 25 years and yet it still remains associated with that ugly phrase, ‘Death by PowerPoint’. Most people will have had at least one experience of a dull, boring or frustrating presentation delivered with the tool. However, it’s not the technology which should be taking the blame. It’s […] The post Creating Visually Engaging Presentations in PowerPoint appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Using Animations and Transitions for Polished Presentations
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by Shelley Fishel
2M ago
The traditional approach to creating and delivering PowerPoint presentations involved adding text, graphics and images to a slide deck. Then click play and talk. But many audiences today – in an age of video and seemingly short attention spans – expect more than that. They want information but also want to be entertained. A simple […] The post Using Animations and Transitions for Polished Presentations appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Good Design Principles and Best Practices for Slide Design in PowerPoint
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by Shelley Fishel
2M ago
With any form of creative design, there are good ways and not so good ways to go about it. That goes for PowerPoint, too. A PowerPoint presentation is made up of different visual elements: layout, structure, design, text, images and colours. It may also include video or audio. There are also non-visual elements – such […] The post Good Design Principles and Best Practices for Slide Design in PowerPoint appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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Collaborating in PowerPoint and Delivering Presentations Virtually
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by Shelley Fishel
2M ago
Today’s modern Assistant might be asked to put together or polish PowerPoint presentations for a client or boss. Sometimes that will be a solo task. Sometimes it may involve collaboration with one or more other people – including the client or the boss. Either way, it is important to create presentations using good design principles […] The post Collaborating in PowerPoint and Delivering Presentations Virtually appeared first on Tomorrow's VA ..read more
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