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Stump the Presenter with Tech Trainer Melissa Esquibel
Melissa Esquibel has been training and writing about office productivity automation for almost 15 years. As you can imagine, she’s been hit with some pretty challenging questions over the years. Sometimes the answer will just roll out of her head onto the screen. Other times, she’ll ruminate a few moments and hunt the answer down in a way that has you thinking, “Why didn’t I think to look there?” Of course, needing to stay pretty up to date on things to do her job is part of the equation, but a good deal of it is developing an intuition for where to look. In this session, Melissa will present information that has resulted from some pretty knotty questions she’s received. What makes this session especially fun, is you get to throw your tough questions in the mix too. Let us know what you’d like to know!

-Is there a shortcut for...?
-Is there a better way to...?
-How can I…?
-Where will I find…?

May 6, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Melissa Esquibel
President @MPELLC
Melissa Esquibel is the head-chick-charge of Sawbuck Seminars, a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Microsoft Office Specialist Master. She is the president and founder of Melissa P Esquibel LLC, where she shares her passion for helping people make friends with their technology. She is a frequent guest speaker at admin conferences around the world and has just been named the Editor of ExecSecTech Digest. She also writes content for publications like Office Technology Today and Admin Professional Today, where she shares her 30+ years’ experience in business tech. She lives for the ah-ha moments that people experience when they discover an easier, faster, more efficient way to do things. She is also passionate about the administrative professional role in the organization when it comes to selecting technology and developing useful strategies for deployment. Melissa wants admins everywhere to have a seat at that decision-making table.