TextExpander Windows beta update

Recently, Smile software updated its TextExpander beta for Windows. This is a big update, making TextExpander on Windows look and feel like its Mac counterpart. In normal use the beta is definitely more reliable and makes editing snippets easier. Having all your snippets available on all platforms is an added plus. TextExpander is one of … Continue reading TextExpander Windows beta update

Microsoft Word® tips for the holidays

Microsoft Word® Tips for the Holidays The Indiana Lawyer recently published my article on how to decorate your documents for the holidays. Here’s what you can learn: Use Microsoft Word® to automatically format documents One of the best (or worst?) features of Microsoft Word is its automatic formatting. Properly understood, Microsoft Word’s automatic behavior controls … Continue reading Microsoft Word® tips for the holidays

How to get more out of your 2017 goals

Early Bird Pricing on Goal Setting Course As you may know, Michael Hyatt has opened his course 5 Days to Your Best Year Ever. You will want to act now to get early bird pricing. Why? It's simple: get more from your 2017 goals. Listen, there are many goal setting opinions available today. Michael Hyatt … Continue reading How to get more out of your 2017 goals

How do you measure up?

In keeping with my recent posts on planning for the new year, I wanted to share another resource from Michael Hyatt. Human nature often causes us to want to measure ourselves against others. This resource actually measures you against yourself and your goals, helping you identify areas of strength and of improvement. I just took … Continue reading How do you measure up?

How to sign a PDF using your iPhone

Did you know the iPhone offers an easy way to sign PDFs?  I find in my practice that I often need a client to review and sign a document. This can sometimes cause issues for my clients as they don’t have easy access to a printer and scanner. This can add delay to getting a … Continue reading How to sign a PDF using your iPhone

Start your 2017 Planning Now

Start 2017 Planning Now with this free resource If you followed me for any length of time, you know I value Michael Hyatt. He offers so much to his readers and followers and today is no exception. He has released a free PDF download containing high performing individuals answers to this question: “What is the … Continue reading Start your 2017 Planning Now

Tired of buying batteries for Wii remotes?

Dadhack: rechargeable battery packs for the Nintendo Wii. When it comes to video game systems, I'm behind the times. We still use the old Nintendo Wii, not the newer Nintendo Wii U. The Wii uses controllers that require AA batteries. If the console is played with any degree of frequency, the controllers will gobble batteries. … Continue reading Tired of buying batteries for Wii remotes?

TheFormTool Pro: Conflict with Microsoft Office Update

The Problem Microsoft has a way of automatically updating its software on your computer, if you allow. Sometimes, these automatic updates create problems with existing software. Such is the case with TheFormTool Pro, a plug-in that works with Microsoft Word. This article will show you how to resolve that problem and get you back to … Continue reading TheFormTool Pro: Conflict with Microsoft Office Update

Break the Email Full Court Press with a Microsoft Outlook Quick Step

The Indiana Lawyer recently published my article on Microsoft Outlook's Quick Steps feature. Quick Steps are great tools you can use to handle emails that need standard responses or actions that you often take with an email message. From the article, here are three suggested Microsoft Outlook Quick Steps: Quick Step 1 First, “To My … Continue reading Break the Email Full Court Press with a Microsoft Outlook Quick Step