Have you ever wondered what all the different cursors do in Excel? Here is a short video to show what they all do and where to place your cursor to achieve your desired task.
A client last week told me they didn’t want to do their July eNews because “It’s summer. It’s hot. People are busy. Sales are slow.”… … … I couldn’t convince them to change their decision but I hope I can convince you not to follow their example. Stopping your advertising in slow times whether it’s a Depression, Recession, or July in Arizona is the wrong decision. Of course, have a budget. Watch your costs. Look for good value. But don’t stop advertising your business.
Don’t be fooled by the date. This article and information is as pertinent today as it was in 2016. You need to be using video somehow, some way in your marketing plan. But you have many options. Facebook Live. Video from your SmartPhone. Video from companies like Promo. Call Your Computer Lady today to talk about getting started.
Did you know that you can easily insert your pictures from Facebook into a Microsoft Office document? You can in any Microsoft Office program! Click on the Insert tab and in the Illustrations group click Online Pictures. Now when the dialog box opens click on the Facebook logo and once you have logged in you will see all the photos you have posted to Facebook and also ones you have been tagged in. Finally select your photo of choice and click insert.
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Why We Click It,How To Stop It
7-8 p.m. Tuesday, July 18
Burton Barr Central Library
1221 N. Central Ave.
Join us to hear a panel of distinguished journalists discuss the issue that has both media people and the public talking and wondering about the future of our democracy.
What do we mean when we say fake news?
- Red flags that you may be viewing fake news
- How to be a more media-savvy news consumer
- How our own news-consumption habits worsen the problem
- Do fact-checkers and “Pinocchio” systems work?
- How Facebook and others are trying to fix the problem
- How mainstream news organizations can better engage wary audiences
Panelists include: Mary Jo Pitzl, state government reporter, Arizona Republic; Lauren Gilger, host/producer, KJZZ-FM; Allison Rodriguez, multimedia journalist and anchor, KNXV-TV (ABC 15); Jessica Pucci, Ethics and Excellence Professor of Practice, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University. Moderated by Tim Eigo, chapter president and editor of Arizona Attorney magazine.
Presented by the Valley of the Sun chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in partnership with Phoenix Public Library.