This article is a continuation from the previous article –
Gender Neutrality and Find – Replace
Instead of Find Replace, we will explore another approach to make our writings more gender neutral – Automatically.
Yes. These two are related! From an operational point of view. Read on to find out how you can make your writing gender neutral quickly and effectively. This makes your documents look more professional and balanced. People DO notice it. Trust me.
In this post, I will discuss Ctrl A, the humble shortcut which almost everyone uses in the context of Word documents but nowhere else.
The idea is simple. Ctrl A selects all the things in the current context.
Confused? Read on …
We spend a lot of time using Outlook – but very little time THINKING about how we are using it. Here is the reading list… in the recommended order of reading. Spend time reading these articles – trust me it will improve your life. You will feel more in control and will be able to manage your work proactively!
But wait. Outlook is used for working with others. So share this with your entire team / department / organization. Try it as a group… you will get unimaginable results – faster execution, more accountability, more output with minimal effort!
This is not an article about email marketing.
Here, the assumption is that the recipient already knows you and your mails will land in the inbox rather than junk mail
Many users have this habit and it is counterproductive. The idea is that you create many rules to divert incoming mail into multiple folders – by the sender. Here is why you should NOT do it.
The idea for this article was suggested by my friend Karl de Borst from Microsoft, New Zealand. Thanks Karl!
Wrote this article at Matheran, a beautiful hill station near Mumbai. Everything there was so picturesque that I thought of writing a blog only with visuals -with minimal text. Then I remembered a great feature in Word called Stylistic sets – which allows you to create the artistic text shown below. Read this article to find out how.
Here is a summary of what we learnt in these articles about Outlook management.
Please read the previous article, How NOT to handle Inbox, before reading this article.
In the next article, we will summarize the Task, Time and Mail management best practices.