A list of keyboard shortcuts I call the universals, those that can be used in almost every application on every machine.
As an example, let’s take a project site, one of many in your organization. Each project has many unique documents. Those should be stored in a document library. But what about all of those reference documents? You probably have some genetic standards, policies, reference tables, etc. that are the same for every project but you […]
Mandi coined our phrase here that “at Sawyer Training customization comes standard.” I’ve been in the industry a long time and I’ve done a lot of “customized” courses for other training companies. Many clients seem to have preconceived notions of what customization is. Let’s start with what customization is not. On one hand, customization is […]
Notes to the lecture presented to the MN Government IT Symposium on 12 December 2013. 2013 Minnesota Government IT Symposium For State Agencies, Counties, Cities, Higher Education and Nonprofits December 10-12, 2013 RiverCentre, St. Paul, MN www.mngts.org/itsym (Presented by GTS Educational Events) Session 85 Session 85: What Your Users Need to […]
Business Intelligence (BI) tools for end-users are evolving quickly. PowerPivot is a powerful and easy way to begin working with your company data. Below are several resources useful for learning, using, and teaching PowerPivot. BI PPT deck: http://j.mp/Y1YONm Microsoft PowerPivot Site PowerPivot for Excel Tutorial Introduction: http://j.mp/161WpYj PowerPivot Sample Data on CodePlex: http://j.mp/19GC2wR PowerPivot: Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) […]