Quick Source Learning

QuickSource Learning provides training for software applications to Fortune 500 companies and government agencies around the world. Our more than 20,000 customers include government agencies, hospitals, schools, insurance, banking, manufacturing, and small businesses. Based in Harrisonburg, Virginia, QuickSource Learning, has been a leading provider of off-the-shelf training resources for business since 1991. In addition to our popular line of Quick Source reference guides, we offer Web training and CD training on a variety of software programs.

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Posts by Quick Source Learning

Presenter Mode Improvements in PowerPoint 2013

The presenter mode in PowerPoint 2013 got a much needed overhaul. The interface has been updated with the same Windows 8 look and feel as […]

Excel 2013’s Quick Analysis Feature

Excel has always had a variety of data analysis features, but they were sometimes hard to find or not easily understandable. Quick Analysis takes all […]

Outlook 2013 Sneak Peak

Sometimes it’s the little things that make a big impression, Outlook’s sneak peek is one of those small details that can make a big impression. […]

Working with Pictures in Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 has greatly enhanced ability to insert, edit and format all sorts of media. Word can now insert media from your computer, from […]

Office 365 on Your Phone

Office 365’s email system can be easily synced with your Android, Apple, BlackBerry, or Windows Mobile device. Microsoft has created a wizard that walks you […]

Office Productivity with Office 365

Office 365 is the latest iteration of the Microsoft Office software suite. Office 365 is different from previous versions of Microsoft Office because of its […]

SharePoint 2013 Newsfeed

The Newsfeed feature in SharePoint 2013 is a fast and easy way to convey short, informative updates to other users in your organization. You can […]

Control Apps Access to Your Data

IOS 6 now allows app developers to access your personal information like your Facebook account, Contacts, Calendar, Location, and much more. When an app first […]

Office 2013, the Cloud, and You

Microsoft’s newest Office has a ton of new features as well as a new look, but one the most useful features is to how and […]

Fixing issues in Windows 8 by Refreshing or Resetting.

After a while, PCs can become slow, clogged with unused programs and dozens of startup items. Even worse, they can be infected with malware. Microsoft […]

Google Docs is now Google Drive

Google drive is an online storage and synchronization platform integrated into Google docs. Drive starts with 5GB free and you can upgrade to 25GB for […]

Use iCloud to locate your mobile device.

iCloud is primarily an online storage service used to sync data, pictures and other information on all your computers and devices. However you can also […]

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