As part of my conversion to being digital, I had to find way to capture physical paper such as receipts. I found that OneNote is particular helpful in this effort. The OneNote app is also my primary note taking app when I am away from my computer. It allows me to sync all my notes between my mobile and computer. Please follow the instructions below to install your OneNote app, take your first picture and search the synced version.
As always feel free if you have any questions.
Have you ever wondered, “Why does everything have to come in PDF when sometimes the native format would probably work best?” Well now, with Bluebeam, we can get closer to native Microsoft Format without having to retype everything. Bluebeam can export numerous formats including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. To export to another file format within Bluebeam, simply select File --> Export --> select the format. A detailed example of exporting to excel can be found below. This works great for all sorts of tables and schedules including equipment, furnishing, finish, and so many more.
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Are you like me and remember when the only way to capture your screen was using the Print Screen Button? How many of you remember when pressing print screen would actually send your screen to the printer and an actual piece of paper printed out? Oh how the times have changed. Today print screen, just copies your screen to the clipboard for you to paste later. But today, even pressing print screen is a little old fashion. Below are three ways to make yourself more effective when capturing the contents of your screen.