Google Apps Workshop Slides and Video

Last week, Matthew Moran, gave a workshop as part of The Russell Fisher Business Collection at the Camarillo Library. The RF Business Collection is a grant that provides the library funds for hosting business workshops and informational seminars. Georg Winkler administers and books speakers for the event. He has also started getting them on video […]

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Google adds voice to text to Google Docs

Google Drive/Docs = Amazing! First, let me say it again. If you are NOT using Google Drive/Google Docs, you need to start immediately! A few weeks ago I demonstrated how you can use your Android voice-to-text to dictate into a Google Document. That’s great technology for note-taking and even longer documents. Now Google has introduced […]

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Mailmerge without using Microsoft Outlook uses only Excel, VBA, Word, and CDOSys

Summary: Send personalized emails to a list of email addresses and names in Microsoft Excel. Technologies used Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word VBA (Visual-basic for Applications) CDOsys (Collaboration Data Objects for Windows 2000) CDOSys Documentation It’s amazing how poorly documented it is.. but this link has some answers. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms526318(v=exchg.10).aspx And Dan at Microsoft has several links: […]

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Team Collaboration and the Inefficiency of Email

At Pulse, we’ve adopted Glip.com as our internal project communication tool… and it is AMAZING!!!  “a single email about a project can result in dozens of responses.. email clutter” Have you seen/experienced this at your organization? Someone sends an email to several (let’s say 5) recipients asking for feedback on some tasks or document. 4 […]

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