Is your staff spread across several locations? Do you have a limited budget for IT support like installations and upgrades? Do your staff and volunteers want to do their work on personal devices like smartphones or tablets? Are you tired of maintaining an in-house Exchange server? Then Microsoft Office 365 Nonprofit may be right for you!
Evernote is a versatile note-taking app that enables you to create notes that you can enrich with various types of media. But most of all, Evernote also allows you to easily search and organize your entries to help you work faster!
Now, to help you get up to speed with Evernote, I’ve listed here its major functions and capabilities that can seriously help you in your work:
The latest version of Microsoft Office is here! Eligible not-for-profits, charities and libraries can now request Office Standard and Office Professional through the Microsoft Software Donation Program.
Microsoft Office offers a number of new features and benefits over Office 2010, including:
Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2010’s new “broadcast” feature is a perfect example of how nonprofit organizations and libraries can easily and inexpensively streamline processes, increase efficiency, and improve communication, all while devoting more time and resources to serving their communities.
If your organization uses the Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 suite of office productivity applications, you have no doubt encountered the Ribbon.
Introduced in the 2007, the Ribbon interface took the menus and toolbars of the top page navigation and reorganized them into tabs organized by activity types. This reorganization meant that you could have more of the commands and tools at your fingertips quicker, but it also meant having to learn where things live now. This article will discuss techniques for making the Ribbon more effective for your work.
Attract your readers and make your content easier to understand, all without leaving the tool you're already using. With Office 2010's enhanced graphics tools, you can customize pictures directly in your Office document; you don't need to edit them in a separate application or third-party tool. These tools make it easier to add great pictures and images to everything from donor appeal postcards to your organization’s annual reports.
Is your public library or nonprofit ready for a move to Office 2010? Will any of the new features benefit your organization? Will an upgrade to Office 2010 impact compatibility with older versions of Office or other productivity suites? In this article, we’ll briefly outline the new features in Office 2010. Next, we’ll discuss the package’s touted collaboration features and discuss how they might change your organization’s workflow. Finally, we’ll look at compatibility issues with older versions of Office.