Over the years, we’ve found consistent patterns in the use of different software products with particular jobs. Below are some of the industry- and role-specific courses we’ve outlined in the past:
What we can teach
Professional-quality law documents – pleadings, agreements, and other specialized Word files – each require their own specialized template. At Knack Training, we specialize in partnering with you to construct the perfect files, and to demonstrate the tools necessary to add Tables of Authorities, line numbering, legal blacklines, and more. Especially if your office is still transitioning from WordPerfect – this class will clear up a number of mysteries for you.
|Formatting and Content
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Financial professionals – accountants, analysts, tax preparers – use Excel to build budgets, financial models, and other sophisticated templates. Unfortunately, the realities of training level, available time, and the number of hands touching the spreadsheets usually turns these documents into cobbled-together messes. In these modules, you’ll find real-world best practices, like building dynamic named ranges, using a variety of lookup functions, and creating reusable templates. Don’t wait for your spreadsheet to crumble under its own weight.
OneNote is the Swiss Army knife of the Microsoft suite. In this workshop, discover how a variety of integrations, plug-ins, and third-party websites make it capable of nearly anything. Outlook has significant limitations, but OneNote improves on almost all of them. Using Microsoft Flow, an Office 365 subscriber can automate nearly anything.