applied tips : january 2007

in this issue...

Start off the new year with a bunch of tips to help make you and your employees more efficient in the software you're using every day.

And don't miss the mini-articles below, too!

windows vista and office 2007 open house

Applied Office is co-hosting an open house in just a few weeks to show the community what Microsoft Windows Vista and Office 2007 is all about. 

Learn about the new features of Vista and Office, plus a hands-on look at other technologies like Point-of-Sale, Exchange Server, and more.

The event is free, but you've got to register.

new look for applied office

Notice anything different?  Applied Office has a new look!  No doubt you may have already seen the new style on post cards, but now the website and newsletter are completely updated.

Information is easier to find, including free resources and articles, quick reference cards, class listings, and more.  Hop over to the website and take a look!

win $1200 and support a great cause

The World of Wonders Science Museum is offering a $1200 raffle, and tickets are almost sold out!  For just $30, you can win up to $1200.  Let me know if you would like to buy a ticket and help out this great endeavor.  Details here.

And if you're into a little friendly gambling, you'll want to be at the World of Wonders Casino Night on Friday, January 26th.  Get your tickets online.

mail merge class

Learn the mysteries of the Mail Merge to create form letters, labels, name tags, and more that automatically pull information from Excel, Access, and Outlook. We'll start at the basics and go into list filtering, linking, and fine-tuning the list.

This class is at the Lodi Chamber of Commerce on January 17th (Wednesday), at 12 noon.  Lunch is provided with your $35 ticket.  Details here.


Welcome to 2007, and thanks for reading Applied Tips!  Be sure to forward the newsletter to anyone you think might enjoy reading, and please keep your feedback and questions coming.

-David Diskin