Using Tabs to Align Text

By | Apr 24, 2008

In my previous post, I told you why using the space key to align text doesn’t work well. Today, I will show you how to use tabs to align your text properly, giving your documents the professional look your boss expects. In the upper right corner of your Word window, where the left and top […]

Make Your Documents Cleaner

By | Apr 10, 2008

One thing that I see over and over again, even from experienced Administrative Assistants, is badly aligned text. It might not look that bad on screen, but once you print out your document, it detracts from the overall look and professionalism that you want to project. The mistake that most make is using the space […]

Understanding formatting in Microsoft Word

By | Apr 9, 2008

One question I often get from other Administrative Assistants is how to figure out why a document is doing something strange. Most of the time I find out they have formatted something without realizing it. Usually they are quite amazed that I figured out the issue, when all I did was turn on hidden symbols […]

Software Training from Microsoft

By | Feb 14, 2008

Yes, there are other office products out there besides Microsoft Office. But if you work in the administrative field for any length of time, you’ll soon discover that Microsoft Office is the industry standard for office administration. And, when you reach the upper echelons of your administrative career, you will be expected to know the […]

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