Locksmithing for Excel RFPs

Locksmithing for Excel RFPs

I respond to a fair number of RFP’s in Excel. The RFP’s are usually locked so I can only edit the answer cells, but sometimes there are other restrictions too, like not allowing images or not allowing me to even select and copy the locked cells. How can I tell what...
The Awesomeness of AutoCorrect

The Awesomeness of AutoCorrect

AutoCorrect is an automatic editing feature that is often maligned for causing unwanted and sometimes embarrassing word substitutions. It is also a long standing feature of Microsoft Word that can be used in some surprisingly powerful ways. You are probably familiar...
Sample Library Structures

Sample Library Structures

In the previous post we used distinctively formatted labels to organize the content in a master ‘Content Library’ document. In this post we will look at some sample Main Category and Subcategory structures for a cross section of industries. These samples are for...
Four Steps to Perfectly Organized Content

Four Steps to Perfectly Organized Content

In an earlier series of posts we looked at how to make reusable content ‘Copy-Paste ready’ Now we can focus on organizing it in a way that will help us find the content we need easily, and make it easy for the other users of the content as well. As...