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Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 technology  research  practice

A Technology Tip

  • Technology

The staff and lawyers in most law offices use a fraction of the functions and features in the programs on their computers. This is because most law firms don’t follow through on the one critical step necessary for people to learn and do more with the technology on their desk: formal training.
But, while not a replacement for training, cheat sheets or quick reference guide that list features, settings and keyboard shortcuts can help people do more. These guides typically cost $10-15.
However, the people at Custom Guide Online Learning have more than 100 quick reference guides available for free – yes – for free! You can get Outlook 2010, Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010 and Office 2010 for free without registration. You can get more than a 100 other quick reference guides for free with registration (they state they have a no spam policy). They have a guide for all or most of the programs you use.
I really like these guides because they list the common tasks that people will want perform along with a simple explanation on how to complete them. These guides are two pages and in colour (you can put them front and back on a single page). And even better, at no cost they are yours to use, distribute, and share at your firm.
Check them out – you won’t be disappointed.

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