I am semi-retired, now offering Information Technology services to small businesses and home users. I can help you with PC problems, deciding on a new computer, setting up a shopping web site, designing a database, or just tips on how to backup your information and stay secure. I have over 45 years experience in all facets of IT.
See my new blog on cyber security for home users.
I do public speaking against DUI driving for free. I have been speaking for 11 years and spoken to around 15,000 people so far. Currently doing speaking twice a month for Second Chance Columbus. I also have earned the Distinguished Toastmaster Award from Toastmasters International.
I joined Rotary International in 2012 and am a member of the Tri-Village Rotary Club (Upper Arlington/Grandview/Marble Cliff).
I have served as Sargent-At-Arms for several years and am currently President Elect of my club.
A week ago, I visited the office for Second Chance Columbus to see what I could do to help with a problem they had. They had some adobe forms they used that they wanted to change to make easier to use and others that needed to have forms created. I met with one of the partners, listened to what he wanted, got copies of the different forms and left to think and research.
The next day I sent them my suggestion: Since they had Microsoft Office and were using the latest version of Word, I suggested the best solution for them would be to use Microsoft Word to create forms that would do exactly what they needed, They could then just print them to a pdf format to save just like they had been doing. I thought their administrative assistant could do this and gave them a url to a youtube tutorial that described how to do exactly what they needed. If she needed help she could either call me and we could use zoom to show her how to solve any problem she encountered. Since it was the initial visit and the work was minimal, there was no charge.
I had discussed other options that were more involved but they really did not need or want more than to maintain their forms so that is what I recommended.
An overview of my journey through Toastmasters, Rotary, and how they can work together.
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