I talked about naming computer files in Part 4 of Setting Up a Filing System, but I mostly talked about Windows file naming conventions. In comments, Layne made another suggestion: I would like to suggest in your series on “How To” set up a filing system electronically if you would include a write up on […]
Part of the executive or administrative assistant’s job is to screen incoming calls. The hardest ones to screen, sometimes are sales calls.
Links from around the web with tips for administrative and executive assistants and small business people.
How to share a private distribution list in Microsoft Outlook.
I’ve talked about OfficeArrow before and what a great community it is for Administrative Professionals. Well, in honor of Administrative Professional’s Day, OfficeArrow is giving away a $50 Amazon Gift Card to the first 100 people who purchase a Bronze membership. With the cost for Bronze only $99, that means you are getting the membership […]
Round up of links and quotes from Twitter.
Ask the Admin: Where to learn travel arrangements and calendaring.
We have another question today, this one from Sheila. Hi Jodith Is there a way in Microsoft outlook if you right click on properties for an appointment that you can see who created the appointment and when it was last edited and by whom? If there is a way to do that I would create […]
This question comes from Keira: My boss has recently asked me to write a set of measurable goals for her based on my responsibilities but I’m not sure how to go about it – how can I measure what I do on a daily basis (answer phones, field emails/calls, event management/planning) etc? It’s often difficult […]