Microsoft's Office Lens app is a fabulous FREE tool to scan photos, including with OCR. It's linked to Microsoft Office and transfers the files through the cloud, saving you time and effort. This is a wonderful tool for everything from text capturing from a scan to business cards, photos and more. Come and learn about this awesome tool. You'll be so glad you did.
Participants will learn:
What Office Lens is and where to go to install it
How to capture the text in your images or on a meeting whiteboard, including handwriting!
Save your scanned photos and documents in multiple formats
Link your app to other Microsoft Office programs through the cloud
Adjust the images automatically for trimmed edges and crookedness!
Attendees will be provided a link to the live webinar approximately 48 hours prior to the webinar as well as access to the recording for 30 days afterwards. All attendees will receive a handout summarizing what was covered during the webinar. In addition, a letter can be provided that is suitable for submitting for 1 Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) recertification point.
About the Instructor
Marie Herman, CAP-OM, ACS
When it comes to career and professional development to help administrative professionals advance, Marie Herman, CAP, OM, ACS, MOSM knows how to take you from where you are, to where you want to be. She has made her career helping others to develop their skills through strategic planning, website design, and technology. With certification as an internet webmaster designer, Microsoft Office Specialist (Master Level), Advanced Toastmaster-Silver, and an Associate's Degree in Business, Marie has an expansive knowledge in many areas, and can help you become an expert as well. She is an author, mentor, and expert on a number of computer and professional development topics. Marie is the owner of MRH Enterprises and teaches classes on Microsoft Office, Windows, and various other internet topics. She has been a member of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) since 1997 and was the 2012-2013 President of the Illinois Division of IAAP. She has more than two decades of experience as an administrative professional and efficiency consultant.