What’s your average billable rate? $250? $450? What if you could generate an additional two hours every week? What about five hours? Hours reclaimed with the assistance of software add up. We’re talking about a student loan payment, a vacation for your family, or even the ability to hire another staff member.
That money – those opportunities – are on the line if you forgo basic training on your software. I’m not asking you to be a computer engineer. I’m suggesting that you are missing important resources within the programs you use every day.
For instance, how quickly can you:
Remove all the unusual formatting from a document?
Convert a document to a PDF, then convert it back to Word?
Send a form letter to a client using a template and merge fields?
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