Predictions about the paperless office have been circulating for over 40 years now. And yet here I am in 2018 sitting next to a four-drawer filing cabinet containing letters and documents about everything from my house rental and utility bills to health records, university qualifications, and work-related documents.Continue reading My paperless(-ish) office with OneNote and NAPS2
Today marked the end of my second week back to work post-virus. Last week I worked three mornings, this week five—although I stayed until 16:30 yesterday to help move my things to our new office in the former Bute medical building. It’s been a very positive week, although I am now really rather tired.
Since May we’ve been asking to be co-located with the three members of the digital communications team with whom we’ve been working closely to change how we manage and develop digital and web assets at St Andrews, such as the University website.
Today we moved into a recently refurbished and spacious office on the third floor of the Bute.
It’s a really exciting time to be working in the area of web and digital development; it’s an exciting time to be doing that at the University of St Andrews. It’s an enormous task that we have ahead of us, but I’m so looking forward to it.
Hopefully when I return on Monday (for my first full day since 25 July) I will have a network and phone connection and the fun can begin…
This has been sitting in my “To blog” folder for months: Office Accounting Express 2008 (U.K. version).
Microsoft® Office Accounting Express 2008 is an essential, easy-to-use tool for managing your home-based business.
With the look and feel of familiar Microsoft Office products, Office Accounting Express 2008 is easy to use and helps you save time and get organised.
You only need to enter data once so you can save time managing everyday financial tasks. All of your customer and financial information is stored in one place so that you have a complete view of your business.
What’s more, it’s free.