Microsoft’s Word, Excel and PowerPoint all have tools built in that allow you to quickly access formatting tools, change fonts and font sizes, align text and more. The problem is that these are often hidden and so go unused.
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About Tom Ziemba
Tom Ziemba is a chemical engineer turned attorney turned techie, who’s been involved with over a billion dollars in mergers and acquisitions, asset purchases and divestitures and contracts involving engineering and construction, software and intellectual property, not to mention federal and state litigation. He’s worked with contracts since 1982 on domestic and international projects encompassing almost every area of contract law.
Tom enjoys blogging and speaking on technology, computers, the Internet, contracts and alternative dispute resolution to entrepreneur groups throughout the U.S. Besides his role as general counsel, faculty member and guest blogger for Vickie Milazzo Institute, he’s also the Institute’s network coordinator, resident help desk and go-to guy for just about anything and everything.
Entries by Tom Ziemba
If you’ve diligently followed my Tech Tips and have moved to dual monitors you’ll love this Tech Tip. In point of fact, even if you haven’t been the most diligent of followers, and are still working on a single monitor you’ll find this useful.
One of the most handy Microsoft Word tools I’ve found is the often-underutilized Painter tool. If you’ve ever written a legal nurse consulting case report you’ll find yourself moving text from page to page as you draft that document. Often, as you move the text, the formatting will shift and not match the format of the new paragraph or page where you’ve placed it.
I’m always looking for websites and other informational sources to help Certified Legal Nurse Consultants with their legal nurse consulting businesses and work product. I recently stumbled across a website designed for medical students that may be of use to you.
As a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant you’ll be working with attorney-clients who have widely varying degrees of knowledge of medicine and medical terms. Of course your legal nurse consulting work product will contain medical and nursing terms that you take for granted.
I’m sure that Santa must have brought many Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and RNs spanking new computers. If he did, now you’re faced with a question – What do you do with your old, still functioning computer?
If you’ve upgraded to the new Firefox Quantum browser you may have noticed that the old version of everybody’s favorite add-on – Morning Coffee doesn’t work with Quantum.
As you know, the Legal Nurse Jobs Resources section of Vickie Milazzo Institute’s LegalNurse.com website is chock full of informative videos for prospective and experienced legal nurse consultants. When you’re watching a video, such as the 10 Benefits and Perks of Becoming a Legal Nurse Consultant though, life and work can interfere with your viewing enjoyment.
The New Year is almost upon us and it’s time to look back at the lessons we’ve learned in 2017 and put those lessons into play in 2018. All Certified Legal Nurse Consultants need to move forward and there’s no better time to do so than while the future is ahead of us.
The holidays are almost upon us and that means that CLNC consultants will be venturing out of their home offices and heading into the wild to enjoy holiday travel and visit friends, family, etc.