I am honored to present in February – April for the International Association of Administrative Professional’s (IAAP) TEC 15 conferences. These technology conferences cover a wide range of technology and office productivity sessions and span a variety of job titles from Administrative/Executive Assistants to Program Managers/Coordinators, Project Managers and Coordinators, CPAs, Lawyers, you name the job title and these conferences benefit. Here is a list of cities and dates:
I’m teaching Microsoft’s Office Applications including Data Analysis and Functions of Excel, PowerPoint Pizzazz, Take Note! It’s OneNote, and performing my popular technology humor show, “Technology Bytes: And it just bit my funny bone” at lunch.
TechTip: Text-to-Speech – Talk to me baby! Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook (2010 and 2013) can read any of your selected text. Outlook speaks my selected email text and Word helps me proofread by reading back my document. Add the Speak button to your Quick Access Toolbar by clicking the arrow at the end of your toolbar and clicking More Commands – pictured below. At the next pane (displayed below), in your Choose commands from list choose Commands Not in the Ribbon and scroll to Speak and click the Add button. Click OK. Now, in your application select text (paragraphs, pages, sentences – whatever) and click the button – Michael Microsoft reads to you! I’m not so lonely anymore.