How to copy web site pages to your hard drive.
How to convert an imbedded photos or images in a document to a JPG.
Proper placement of a foot pedal (for transcriptionists).
How to delete index merge codes from a Word document.
Posted Sunday, March 4, 2018: Easy way to enter information into internet or form fields.
SECRETARIAL WORK YOU CAN DO AT HOME: If you are interested in working part time at home, be sure to read the four-part articles below:
Posted Sunday, January 14, 2018: Secretarial work you can do at home – Part 2 of 4: Secretarial jobs 15 through 29.
Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018: Secretarial work you can do at home – Part 3 of 4: Secretarial jobs 30 through 43.
Posted Sunday, January 28, 2018: Secretarial work you can do at home – Part 4: Types of customers who can provide you with work you can do at home.
MEDICAL EMERGENCY INFORMATION CARDS: How many times have you been in a new doctor’s office, an emergency room or in an ambulance and had to fill out endless forms with very important information?
Have you ever thought about how important certain information concerning your medical history or current medications would be to a paramedic or an ER doctor in an emergency situation especially if you’re unconscious and can’t communicate?
Do you have emergency contact information on you at all times in case you’re unconscious? Even if the paramedics were able to find information and contact your family, would your family member know or could they give all of the information a doctor or paramedic should have to properly treat you i.e. your current medical conditions i.e. diabetes, thyroid condition, high BP, etc.? Would they know the exact medications AND supplements you currently take, the reason for the medication, the dosage and when you last took it? Getting this information to the doctor or medic taking care of you could mean the difference between life and death.
Posted Sunday, December 31: Medical Information Cards and Personal list – Part 2: List of information to add
Posted Sunday, December 24: Medical Information Cards and Personal list – Part 1: Instructions – How to create the cards
Posted Sunday, December 17: Making dictated changes in typed documents
Posted Sunday, December 10: Timing your work for billing or personal purposes.
FAMILY HISTORY JOURNALS: Have you ever thought about or wanted to create a journal or book about your family containing stories, pictures, and information about your current family and your ancestors; something permanent you can share with your family now and pass along to future generations? A journal about your family member that can continue to be added onto as time goes on?
If so, be sure to read the 7-part article with instructions about what to do to create and document your family history as well as ideas of what to include.
Posted–Sunday, Octobert 22: Part 1, The Introduction of How to Create a Family History Journal. I also include the history behind how I came to write this series.
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My first novel, title Road Rage Dolls: Someone is Murdering Road Rage Drivers will tentatively be published in January or February of 2018. Updates will be posted in this site.
I’ll also be posting excerpts from some of my books. I hope to publish my second novel, Susan’s Stalkers – Double The Fear in 2018.
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