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Posted On June 29, 2016
Email – do you love it or loathe it? It’s an integral part of our working and personal lives these days, yet its content is not often interesting or engaging. Sometimes an email is useful, but it can be hard to tell because the gold can be buried deep in the long, late-night ramblings of your correspondent.

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Posted On June 29, 2016
When I first discovered Structured Writing’s consistency principle, I was surprised. That’s because I prided myself on my writing and editing skills, and often found myself recommending to others that they revise their writing by changing words that they’d used repetitively to other words.

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Posted On June 14, 2016
I am a Microsoft Office trainer and facilitate a variety of courses in Office 2016. There are a number of new features that are easy, save you time, and assist you in presenting information more effectively and professionally. Listed below are just a few of these new features and benefits to help you improve your productivity.

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Posted On May 24, 2016
Adrienne Evans is a Senior Capability Consultant who has developed and facilitated learning programs for over a decade. She shares with us what she believes to be the key attributes of a great facilitator.

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Posted On May 24, 2016
The dozen or so programs available within the Adobe Creative Suite, available now by subscribing to the Adobe Creative Cloud, or CC for short, are world-leaders in digital production software. Some programs, for example InDesign and Photoshop, are used for creating static page and flyer-type documents, whilst other programs within the suite are used for web design and video editing.

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Posted On May 16, 2016
Not so long ago, email put me in the doghouse. I annoyed a former colleague by unintentionally failing to act on an emailed request from her. “I did send you an email about it…” she grumbled as I quickly filtered through the long pile sitting obstinately in my inbox.

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