Enjoy an autumn Admin, HR, and Operations Conference with Nancy and Greg, Fri, Oct. 13, 8:30 – 4:00

We have postponed this event until the spring, stay tuned. Thanks!

Put on your soft skills and geek hats! It isPropeller Geek Hat an Education Celebration!

Autumn – The Season of Learning

A Training Day designed  for Administrative, Human Resources, and Operations Professionals

Hosted and Presented by
Nancy Colter and Greg Creech
Register Here!

Friday, October 13, 2017,  8:30—4:00 PM   

City of Light Church, 3125 Presidential Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30340

Learn soft and technical skills with these general

  • Time Management and Using Outlook (Nancy and Greg),
  • HR and Administrative Data Analysis using Excel’s PivotTables (Greg),
  • Working with Difficult People (Nancy),
  • Presentation Skills and effective PowerPoint Presentations (Nancy and Greg).

Cost is $110 per person (register before October 1), $125 after October 1.
Save $25! Groups registering five or more people may register for $100 per person.

Includes four general sessions, handouts, lunch, prizes and entertainment. Register at this link or through gregcreech.com or  gregcreech.biz.


Microsoft Office Specialist Study/Support Group – Webinar 3 – November 4, 8:00 PM EST

We’ll have our third and final MOS webinar for this year on November 4, Tuesday. We are honored to have Richard Hemma, Sales Director at Certiport, as our featured speaker. Please forward questions to me for Richard to address by Monday, November 3, afternoon. While I’m sure he will answer questions on line, let’s plan and prepare in advance as much as possible. Our webinar begins at 8:00 PM EST on November 4, Tuesday, so go vote and then attend our webinar.

I hope you can plan to spend some time studying and preparing to certify sometime next year over the holidays. Certifying makes a great New Year’s resolution. We’ll have our next webinar in mid-January, 2015.
Here is the registration link to attend the webinar live or to replay at your convenience:

Greg Creech

Technology Across America with IAAP’s TEC15

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:

Here’s the link for more information: http://www.iaap-tec.org/home.

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.

Here are links to some of my sessions:

Windows 8.1: Tip 3 of 8 – Keyboard Shortcuts

Thankfully our good, old (and some new) keyboard shortcuts are available. No matter what keyboard device you use tablet, laptop, or desktop these Windows shortcuts save time.

Click here for a free download of my Windows 8 or Windows 7 PDF cheat sheet of more shortcuts, but here are some of my favorite:

Windows 8.1 - Some of my favorite shortcut keys

Windows 8.1 – Some of my favorite shortcut keys


Windows 8.1 PDF Manual

Windows 8.1 has some great new features and to help you in your conversion I have a Windows 8.1 PDF 55+ page manual for you to order. The price is only $7.50 and includes a free Windows 8 keyboard/touchscreen short cut sheet for you. Learn how to make computing great with Windows 8! Click here to order your PDF manual and Windows 8 cheat sheet. Look for upcoming videos, too.

“I’ve had my Windows 8 laptop for several months now, just upgraded to 8.1 (after your webinar).  I learned more in the hour with you than the previous few months!”


Windows 8.1: Tip 2 of 8 – Start Menu (Sort of)

Windows 8.1 Start button Shortcut menu

Windows 8.1 Start button Shortcut menu

Windows 8.1 – Tech Tip – The Mini Start Menu – On your Desktop you may right click (or for touchscreen press and hold for a moment) the Start button in the lower left corner to see a shortcut menu. The shortcut menu allows you to perform popular tasks, such as restarting and shutting down, and to navigate to the Control Panel, Task Manager, and File Explorer. This is a simplified version of our former Start menu and displays at left.

So, get off to a great Start early and often using this great menu!

WordPress: Creating a Dynamic Website Course

Learn to create and then maintain a dynamic website using WordPress with me at Emory University’s Continuing Education Center on October 10 and 17. This two day class will teach you how to create a WordPress from establishing a Domain Name and Web Hosting account to customizing posts, pages, media, and themes.  Here’s a link for the full syllabus:   WordPress and Greg Creech and here’s a link to the Emory University Continuing Education Center: www.ece.emory.edu. Come and learn with enjoyment and WordPress.

2012 Spring Classes

For the love of learning! Click here to register for a class! Let’s Excel to the next level of Microsoft’s Excel with this important areas of Excel for better business management and productivity.  Coming in June – iPad for the iGeneation – make the most of your iPad with this class. Here is a schedule of upcoming classes for May and June:

  • Thursday, May 10 – Managing and Manipulating Data in Excel
  • Thursday, May 31 – Data Analysis with PivotTables in Excel
  • Thursday, June 14 – Excel’s Formulas and Functions
  • Thursday, June 28 – iPad for the iGeneration

Classes held at First Metropolitan Community Church, 1379 Tullie Road, Atlanta, GA 30309. These classes are BYOC – Bring Your Own Computer and are from 9:00 AM – 1:00PM, please arrive at 8:30 to set-up your computer and download files. Contact Greg at 404-299-1706 or greg@gregcreech.com. Thanks and look forward to our time together. Click here to register for a class!


Happy Holidays!

As the Holidays approach, let me educate and entertain you with my holiday performance entitled: “Gifts that Don’t Require a Battery.” This a humorous and musical presentation with a business message for all holiday events. Also, give the gift of learning with an Outlook class on December 8 and PowerPoint class in January.  Look for new offerings in 2012 including:

  • WordPress
  • Live Meeting and Microsoft Online Business Suite

Happy Holidays!

Master Information Overload!

Here is a schedule of classes to Master Information Overload:

Greg's Preopeller Head Hate

  • Managing and Manipulating Data in Excel
    August 18, Thursday, 8:30 – 12:30
  • It All Adds Up: Excel’s Formulas and Functions
    September 15, Thursday, 8:30 – 12:30
  • Analyze This! Data Analysis using Excel’s
    PivotTables –
    October 13, Thursday, 8:30 – 12:30
  • Presentation Power with PowerPoint –
    November 4, Thursday, 8:30 – 12:30
  • Time and Contact Management using Outlook –
    December 8, Thursday, 8:30 – 12:30
  • Mac OS X, Windows 7, and Office Productivity –
    November 11, Friday 8:30 – 3:30