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Administrative Professionals Skills Check-In
We hope you're enjoying the week! Every April, we celebrate Administrative Professionals Week by giving you gifts to help you become a more productive, accomplished professional. But, for all of your hard work, you deserve not just one, but two weeks of giveaways and recognition during the year. That's why we're giving you the tools you need to update your skills and remain as effective in your job as possible, so you keep your boss — and your day — on track.

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Discover valuable tips and tricks for managing projects with Microsoft Excel

When it comes to project management, you can buy some pretty sophisticated software specifically designed to keep you and everything on track. However, not all of us have access to these expensive programs!

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Become more efficient — and more marketable
As an admin pro, you're constantly pressed for time. And while you can't add more hours to the day, there is a simple way to better manage your time: by advancing your skills in office technology.

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