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Document Shortcuts Part 2: CUT
The next shortcut can be helpful when you need to cut a text, a picture, or even a text box. To use the "cut" shortcut, you will need to select your object, or text. Below are four options for using the "cut" shortcut.
How often do you get an email that says "URGENT" or "HIGH PRIORITY"? If you are nodding your head to this question or even rolling your eyes, read on. Email has become a way of life, but it has its drawbacks. Most of us have many demands that need to be met in a short amount of time and email is one of the quickest methods to meet those needs. It is very easy to think that our email requests are most urgent. However, if the recipient of our email receives over 100 emails a day or more, how can you stand out in the crowd? First, ask yourself the following questions:
This tells your recipient what you need and by
when. It also helps to identify the time frame you need it by. Do you
have a suggestion of how to identify "important" email? Let
me know at firstname.lastname@example.org and put urgent
email in the subject line. I will share readers response's next
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