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In this final video installment, Harry has really learned some effective time and schedule management, and he knows that all that depends on consistently applying the principles he's learned-—fundamentals that can happen naturally after they become part of a normal routine.
But Renée has one more fun little tip for Harry before she's off on her new job.
It's time for our roundup of news, stories, and tips about OneNote 2010, the OneNote Web App, and OneNote Mobile from right here on the Office Blogs and from all around the Web during the month of September. Read the full blog post for the monthly list!
Although you don't have much say about when and how many meetings are scheduled, you do have more control over your calendar than you might think.
In this video, Renée talks to Harry about some of the things he can do to take more control over his calendar such as 1) Setting aside time each morning to review his calendar and task list; 2) Blocking out appointments for completing the work he plans to do; and 3) Schedule more time for himself to do a thorough review about what's planned for the current week and beyond and how to prioritize those things
I don't know about you, but collaboration hell always seems to happen right
before a deadline. This is usually when the emails start flying
back and forth with multiple versions of documents attached. But with the
co-authoring feature in Word 2010 and Word for Mac 2011, you can collaborate without
worrying that email will get you out of sync.