|In the previous article we saw a quick method of hiding spelling errors.
But there is a more precise and professional method available.
Find out how it is done!
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As a marketing professional, you need to work with multiple agencies – Direct Marketing, Lead generation, Event management, Advertising, Social Media, PR and so on. You are typically managing multiple brands, campaigns and complex set of KPIs.
Do you really handle all this using email? Is it not chaotic? Don’t you get lost in the confusing deluge of conversations, artworks, revisions, interactions, pending decisions?
If yes, here is a better way… read on to find out.
Even if you are not a marketing professional you will find this article useful if you need iterative interaction with external parties.
In an earlier article, we discussed how to analyze FaceBook posts using Excel. Now let us see how Twitter data can be analyzed. This article explains how to analyze your own twitter handle data. Usage Scenarios: Product specific handles, Corporate handles, brand launches, events, live seminars, customer feedback and so on.
Any corporate sales presentation usually have a slide showing logos of all customers. Usually creating such a slide is very cumbersome because the logos come in all shapes and sizes. Someone has to spend inordinate amount of time resizing and aligning all the logos – and often, the slide still looks shabby
Here is a method which will solve your problem instantly.
Yesterday, I conducted sessions for 650+ professionals at a leading automotive manufacturing company… Very smart audience, amazing grasping power.
Here is one of the demos I used in the session…
I have multiple pictures. I want to put them into a SmartArt diagram quickly. But if I use Insert – SmartArt – Picture SmartArt, I have to insert each picture one by one.
That is repetitive. Repetition = Inefficiency
Is there a faster, smarter way?
Of course there is. Here are the steps.
- Choose Insert – Pictures
- Select all pictures and add them
- As soon as the pictures are inserted, they are already selected.
- DO NOT unselect them.
- Notice that pictures are of different sizes and randomly arranged.
- While all pictures are selected, click the Picture Tools tab
- Open the Picture Layout dropdown
- Notice that all types of Picture SmartArt appear here
- Choose the one you want
- The size of the diagram will be determined by the size of the picture selection
- Adjust the diagram size as needed
- Open the text editor and add titles if required
- That’s it!