These Small Business Productivity Tips can be helpful in you small business. If you create lengthy documents, you will love the ease of making a table of contents. They make it easier for your readers to find what they want in lengthy documents. Because the table of contents in Microsoft Word creates links to each heading, you can jump straight to the section you want.Continue reading
This is the 7th post in the Small Business Productivity Tips series. This one is on using Microsoft Word Styles to save time and add emphasis to your documents. It shows some standard Styles including Heading 1 (the H1 tag); Heading 2 (H2 tag); Heading 3 ( H3 tag); and Heading 4 (H4 tag) strong, and normal plus how to create a custom style.Continue reading
Have you ever wondered do you really need to use checklists in your small business? The answer to that is, it depends. Just how important is it that everything is done right? What will it cost you to miss a step or forget something? Although manufacturers wanting global business with major corporations use checklists as part of their quality movement, checklists are useful to small businesses too. John R. Aberle’s Jing video presents Small Business Productivity Tips on uses for checklists in your small business.Continue reading
Do you ever get tired of doing documents with the same layout time and again? Copying an old document to use again is one way. Creating templates is a better way. This is the 5th video in the Small Business Productivity Tips series. Today’s video covers the why and how of creating a template in Microsoft Word.Continue reading
As small business owners of a manufacturing company that makes specialty plastics for heavy equipment manufacturers, Tim and Joan Piper are always confronted with the need to find ways to save time, to be more productive. They discovered that small business productivity tips, while normal productivity tips amount to a few minutes per day, a screen capture tool is a very different. There are things that only a tool like SnagIt can do for you.Continue reading
Small Business Productivity Tips are meant to give you little tools and actions that can improve your productivity in a real, though usually minor way. This week’s video is about using Notepad, which is easy to ignore when compared to Microsoft Word or any of the word processors available with much more functionality. Never the less, Notepad can become a hero if it saves you from causing WordPress to crash or saves you from some other crisis caused by inserting lines of code into WordPress or Facebook.Continue reading
As a small business owner or manager, you and your staff have a challenging time getting everything done that you need to do in a day. Every little tool that shaves time off your schedule and enables you to be more productive is reason to celebrate.
This second video in Small Business Productivity Tips Series shows ideas for using Microsoft OneNote. It makes it so easy to jot down ideas as they come to you and to grab images and content from the Internet when doing research.Continue reading