This is one of the biggest time consumers for me in my daily routine is sending documents to external users (customers) and having to create a pdf of that file each time. The workflow today is: 1. Open the document in Word 2. File | Save As, select PDF as file type, Hit Save 3. Create a new email in Outlook 4. Attach the PDF, selecting it from the drop down It's kind of wasteful as I never use the PDF's again. They just sit there in the folder, taking up space. What I found today is that I can do this with fewer steps AND not worry about saving the PDF each time. Here is what you do: 1. Here is a document open in Microsoft Word. Click the "Share" button in the upper right hand part of the application. 2. That will open the Share sidebar panel. Click the "Send as attachment" link at the bottom of the panel. 3. The panel will change giving you two options. Click the "Send a PDF" link. 4. A new email will open with a PDF attachment of the
Archive for Office365
The third in a series of demonstration videos, my coworker Ken Lamey shows our Microsoft Office365 and Quickbase integration services that PSC Group, LLC provides. Please enjoy the video - and feel free to contact me directly if you are interested in services like this with Quickbase! You can reach me at email@example.com.
Here are my slides from Cloud Saturday 2016 - The Cloud and You - the ’as a service’ disruption you can’t ignore on April 30th, 2016. In any discussion about cloud, there are lots of buzzwords being thrown out by analysts and vendors. "Digital Transformation", "Democratization of IT", "Citizen Developer", and many more. Add in the 'as a Service" explosion and it is hard to make heads and tails over what will add value to your business. This session will cut through the hype and help bring a reality check to how the Cloud can help you. This session is for everyone: Administrator, Developer, IT Executive, or Business User. Plan on leaving with a deeper understanding and ideas of where you can take advantage. The Cloud and You - the ’as a service’ disruption you can’t ignore from John Head