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Happy Administrative Professionals Week!
We hope you're finally getting some recognition for all you do at work! Here's today's Administrative Professionals Week giveaway …
Keyboard Shortcuts for MS Office Wizards
Using keyboard shortcuts is a great way to help you reduce the errors you make when typing and boost your productivity.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel has come up with 27 more sly keyboard shortcuts that we've compiled in this resource, so you can weave your office tech magic faster than ever.
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Today's administrative professional is being asked to do more than ever before — and often given less to do it with. Only by honing their talents in office administration and technology can today's modern administrative pro expect to satisfy (and EXCEED) their boss's expectations.
We're bringing together the speakers from our best webinars to provide an in-person training event that will answer ALL your questions. This special event takes place at Orlando's beautiful World Center Marriott June 15-17.
Admin Pro Forum 2016 features several training sessions that every admin pro needs — in areas like:
To celebrate Administrative Professionals Week, we're offering a $100 discount on registration for Admin Pro Forum.
April 27, 2016
After attending Admin Pro Forum 2016, you'll:
√ Be ready to go back to the office and create your procedures manual — and know everything you need to include
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