User Productivity Tip – Finding Link to Document Location in Office 2010

In Office 2010  you can find link to the location of the document under File tab. This link can be used to share the location of the document with others.

For example, in Word 2010:

1. Click the File Tab.
2. Underneath the file name, you’ll see a URL file path. Click on the file path.
3. Copy and paste the file path.

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– Kelly Marshall,
Director of Communications,
Sector Learning Solutions

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Goodbye Kelly Marshall!

kelly-round-white-edgesAfter four years of excellent service, Kelly has decided to move on to pursue other opportunities. Her last day will be July 3rd, 2013. She has been an instrumental part of this company’s image for many years and we thank her for her dedication and promotion of our organization. Gerry and I both wish her well and will support her future endeavors in any way we can.

Kelly, you will be missed!

Kelly invites you to stay in touch by connecting on LinkedIn (ca.linkedin.com/in/kellycmarshall/) or by email kelly.christina.marshall@gmail.com .

– Chris Stone,
Operations Manager,
Sector Learning Solutions

Practice Exam Question: Outlook 2010 – Block Junk Mail by Sender

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In Microsoft Outlook 2010,
how do you block Junk Mail by sender?

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Answer:

1. In Outlook, on the Home tab in the Delete group, click the drop down arrow associated with the Junk button. Select Junk Mail Options.

2. Select the Blocked Senders tab in the Junk E-mail Options dialogue box. Click the Add button and enter the email address you wish to block. Click OK to confirm your entry. Repeat as necessary. When you’re finished, click OK in the Junk E-mail options box.

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-Katie Caplan,
Client Service Coordinator and Instructor,
Sector Learning Solutions

Follow Gerry on his Alaskan Motorcycle Adventure 2013

Back in March we shared the news that our CEO, Gerry Brimacombe, would embark on a two week long Alaskan Motorcycle Adventure on his 1997 R1100GS BMW at the start of the summer solstice. Summer is here, and Gerry has hit the road.

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You can follow his journey by checking his posts on the “Victoria to Alaska with Calgarians – June 2013” thread on the Adventurer Rider forum (profile – GmanVic) as well as watch his video blogs on his gbrim YouTube channel.

Gerry will return to work on July 3, 2013. In his absence, please connect with our Client Service Coordinator, Katie Caplan, for assistance – at 250-727-2266 or Katie.Caplan@sectorlearning.com.

-Kelly Marshall,
Director of Communications,
Sector Learning Solutions

New Time and Location for Victoria SharePoint Users Group in June 2013

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The next Victoria SharePoint Users Group meeting is:
Thursday, June 13, 2013

with a NEW TIME of:
11:30 am – 2:00pm
and a NEW VENUE of:
Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre (Gate 3)
1925 Blanshard Street, Victoria, BC
and a NEW AGENDA format:

11:30 to 12:00 – Meet & Greet, and grab a snack.
12:00 to 1:00 – Speaker # 1 – REFRESHER SESSION: SharePoint 101 for the busy Project Manager, Sean Wallbridge (itgroove)
1:00 to 2:00 – Speaker #2 – REPEAT PRESENTATION: BC Ferries SharePoint Implementation – Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo, Rob Morrison (BC Ferries)

To understand the reasoning behind the new changes you can read vSharePoint host Sean Wallbridge explanation on the vSharePoint Meetup page. If you have any concerns with the changes, you can send your comments to Sean for review.

This month vSharePoint will be playing a game of heads or tails to see who goes home with a new, unlocked Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone.

Eight people have already reserved their seats – including Sector Learning Solutions’ Manny Mandrusiak. Reserve your spot today.

-Kelly Marshall,
Director of Communications,
Sector Learning Solutions

Sector Learning Solutions’ ‘One for All Summer Special’

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With our One for All Summer Special pay one low price and receive all these features:

> One training room
>>>> One full day – 6 hours (9:00 am – 4:00 pm)
> One Microsoft Standard course
>>>> Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint or Outlook
>>>> Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3
>>>> 2007 or 2010
> One instructor
>>>> One signed certificate of completion per learner
>>>> Unlimited, lifetime follow-up support
> Access to our client break area
>>>> Complimentary coffee, tea, cookies and apples

Price does not include manuals.

Course dates must be scheduled on dates in June 2013, July 2013, or August 2013. Limited number of dates available.

Four person training room is available for $750 (+ 5% GST).
Eight person training room is available for $1,000 (+ 5% GST).

Training Room #1 (8-person training lab):
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Training Room #2 (4-person training lab):
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Submit Your Request:

-Kelly Marshall,
Director of Communications,
Sector Learning Solutions

Quick Reference Guide: Inserting Symbols Using Keyboard Commands

Before I discovered keyboard shortcuts, inserting symbols into a document or email required several clicks of the mouse and some significant scrolling.

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With keyboard shortcuts your fingers don’t have to leave the keys. Remembering three to seven digit key combinations isn’t my forté so I compiled a quick reference guide that I keep beside my desk for those moments when I need an e with an acute accent.

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Send us an email at info@sectorlearning.com and we’ll send you a complimentary copy of this Quick Reference Guide for your files. Feel free to print out a copy to keep beside your computer screen.

-Kelly Marshall,
Director of Communications,
Sector Learning Solutions