Administrative Professional Day 2018

Chris Menard’s Presentation

Excel & Word Tips to Make your Life Easier! Menard will be doing three 75 minute sessions. Each session will contain the same topics. There are other speakers this annual event.

Microsoft Word Topics

Creating an Index in MS Word

An index lists the terms and topics that are discussed in a document, along with the pages that they appear on. To create an index, you mark the index entries by providing the name of the main entry and the cross-reference in your document, and then you build the index.

You can create an index for

  1. Single words
  2. Phases

You can index a page or a range of pages.

Build an Index in Word using a Concordance File

2017 Administrative Professional Day Web page with Videos

Administrative Professional Day 2017

Microsoft Excel Topics

Use a Calculated Field in a PivotTable

Manually Grouping in PivotTable

Ten Reasons to use Tables in Excel

https://chrismenardtraining.teachable.com/p/excel-tables

Free course on using Tables in Excel. You only need your name and an email to sign up. Course can be taken multiple times and doesn’t expire.

 

 


Agenda for Administrative Professional Day Conference on 4/20/18

The University of Georgia – Center for Continuing Education & Hotel

Start TimeEnd TimeSpeakerActivity
07:30 am08:30 amCheck In / Registration
08:30 am10:00 amLaura FinneyKeynote Presentation
10:00 am10:30 amAM BREAK
10:30 am11:45 pmLaura FinneyManifest Your Success in 2018 and Beyond
10:30 am11:45 pmGreg CreechCloudy to Partly Cloudy – Cloud Technology
10:30 am11:45 pmDebbie LongoCommunicating With Impact
10:30 am11:45 pmChris MenardExcel & Word Tips to Make Your Life Easier!
10:30 am11:45 pmLisa Williamson and Dusty JacksonDeskercise: Get Moving at Work!
10:30 am11:45 pmCatherine BennettDoing It All: How to Stay Focused and Engaged
11:45 am01:30 pmNetwork Luncheon
1:30 pm2:45 pmBreakout Sessions repeated
02:45 pm03:15 pmPM Break
03:15 pm04:30 pmBreakout Sessions repeated
04:30 pmConference Ends

Agenda in PDF format

 

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