Master Absolute and Relative References in 3 minutes

When building formulas in Excel, make sure you’re using the right data! In this week’s lesson, learn the difference between absolute and relative cell references, and how to use each in your Excel formulas.

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Master Using the Report Wizard in 3 Minutes

You can use Access’s Report Wizard to create and modify a report. In fact, it’s almost always easier to use the Report Wizard than it is to create a report from scratch. This week’s lesson will show you how to use the Report Wizard in Access 2016 to make creating reports a breeze.

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Master Creating a Rule in 3 Minutes

Is your inbox overloaded with messages? Do you need help organizing them? In this week’s tutorial, we’ll check out how to use Rules in Outlook 2016 to automatically move your incoming messages into folders to keep your inbox neat and tidy!

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Master Collaborative Editing in 2 minutes

One of the benefits of using Google Apps is the ability to work with others on shared files. Learn how to collaborate with others directly in your Google Apps files in this week’s tutorial!

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Master Deadlines and Constraints in 2 Minutes

Almost every project has some sort of deadline that needs to be met. Many also have constraints as to when work can be completed. Are you making the most of deadlines and constraints in Microsoft Project? This week’s tutorial explores how to use these in your projects to ensure everything stays on on track!

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Master Co-authoring a Document in 2 Minutes

OneDrive for Business is a great tool for collaboration. The powerful co-author feature let’s you work on documents simultaneously with co-workers. In this week’s tutorial, we’ll check out how to use co-authoring to get work done faster in OneDrive for Business!

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Master Building Blocks in 2 minutes

Word’s Building Blocks feature is a powerful tool that allows you to create standardized cover pages headers, footers, and tables that you can easily use again. In this week’s tutorial, learn more about Building Blocks and how you can insert them, create them, and save them to Word’s Gallery.

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Master Slicers in 2 Minutes

Excel Slicers are the best thing since sliced bread. (OK maybe we’re a little biased!) But seriously, with the click of a button you can apply and remove filters to see only the data you need. Slicers are available in Excel 2010 or newer, and were just released in Excel for Mac 2016.  Check out this week’s tutorial from CustomGuide to see how easy it is to put your Excel data to work for you!

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Master Cortana in 3 Minutes

New in Windows 10 is Cortana, your clever new personal assistant. Today’s Lesson will show you how you can use Cortana to find things on your PC, manage your calendar, and more.

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Orientations & Compliance Training: Why Reinvent the Wheel?

If you are the person charged with orientations and compliance training in your company, do you find yourself “reinventing the wheel” every time you have to do a presentation to your staff? While orientation classes may be a bit more standard and repetitive, what about those occasional courses you may be asked to teach on…

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What Happens in Vegas…The HR Technology Conference

Las Vegas is Mecca when it comes to trade shows and conferences. I mean, come on…who doesn’t want to go to Vegas? Well, CustomGuide is certainly excited about our upcoming trip to Sin City for the HR Technology Conference & Exhibition at Mandalay Bay from October 18th – 21st. The conference focuses on business processes…

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The Importance of Feedback in Corporate Training

A commonly overlooked aspect of most corporate training programs is soliciting feedback from participants at the end of a session. Very few companies actually have a process in place to survey employees and then utilize that feedback to make improvements to the organization’s overall training efforts. If you’re a corporate trainer, you should provide participants…

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