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Nine Things You Should Do to Microsoft Word (or, how to stop Word helping!). Learn how to make Microsoft Word more user friendly for proposals.

6/27/2012
When: Wednesday, June 27, 2012
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Where: Double Tree Hilton - Columbia
5485 Twin Knolls Road
Columbia, Maryland  21045-3247
United States
Contact: Rolf Carter


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Nine Things You Should Do to Microsoft Word (or, how to stop Word helping!): Out of the box, Microsoft Word is configured to help the average home or student user. It often thinks for you, predicting what you want to do. As proposal professionals have come to realize, this assistance is not always a good thing! From the pages of the APMP Perspective,Wordman will take you through the nine settings that you need to change in Word before you start to develop proposal products. All attendees will get a PDF version of the "Nine Things…” setup guide. Time permitting,Wordman will answer your burning Word questions!

Your speaker: Wordman is Dick Eassom, accredited APMP Fellow, past APMP Chief Executive Officer, recipient of theAPMP Founder's Award, and presenter at the last ten APMP Annual Conferences on using Microsoft Word for Proposal Development. Dick has authored 40 articles for "Wordman's Production Corner" in theAPMP Perspective, and has led or contributed to numerous proposals in the USA, UK, Canada, Germany, and Australia. He is currently an independent proposal consultant and specialist Word trainer. You can contact Dick at word.man@cox.net, or via his website at http://www.iamwordman.com/.

Door Prize: Wordman is giving away a free license to one of his Microsoft Word 2007/2010 add-ins: http://www.iamwordman.com/software.htm.