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Zoho Writer is a free online word processor, which allows the user to create documents, save them, edit them and share them with others. It has all the features of a regular word processor such as. font, text format, spell checker and various other tops, which makes it an excellent top for writing articles. It also has features that are not available in normal word processors like the ability to insert images, tables, charts and shapes. These features make Zoho Writer a powerful top for creating different types of documents.
uProc is a free online top that allows the user to create different types of business process models. uProc provides many features that make it an ideal top for creating business process models (BPMs. uProc is an online service, but can be downloaded as desktop software if needed. uProc also integrates with other online tops such as Dropbox, SugarCRM and SharePoint. The integration of uProc and Zoho Writer makes it possible to create BPMs within Zoho Writer.
The integration of Zoho Writer and uProc gives the user the ability to create different types of documents from a single interface. For example, the user can create a business process model in uProc and then save it on DropBox. This can be done by copying the URL of the BPM from uProc and pasting it in the “Copy Link” field in the document that will be saved on DropBox. After saving, the BPM is accessible from any device with internet connection. The user can also create a business process model in uProc and then copy it into Zoho Writer and edit it there. Using this feature, the user can create a BPM using uProc and later add more information to it by editing the BPM in Zoho Writer. This functionality helps the user to create BPMs faster than doing everything from scratch.
Figure 2.2 Save a BPM in Dropbox
Figure 2.3 Copy Link for Dropbox
Figure 2.4 Paste Link for Dropbox
Figure 2.5 Insert a Business Process Model
Figure 2.6 View Business Process Model in Zoho Writer
Features like these make it possible to work both in Zoho Writer and uProc at the same time. This allows the user to take advantage of their combined power without having to switch between applications. If you want to learn more about how you can use Zoho Writer and uProc together, go to http://www.lhotka.net/weblog/PermaLink,guid,7f11a965-3d1d-4f51-8e6b-2cf009eefb54.aspx .
The benefits of integrating Zoho Writer and uProc are outlined below:
(1. It saves time—Using Zoho Writer and uProc together saves time because you don’t have to move back and forth between applications. You can use one application for creating BPMs and another application for editing them. You can even use one application for creating your BPM and share it with someone else who can provide comments on it using the second application. Once you receive feedback, you can edit your BPM in Zoho Writer or uProc depending upon where you got your initial feedback, so that you don’t have to keep moving backward and forward between applications.
(2. It is convenient—Using one application for creating BPMs and another application for editing them is convenient because you only need two applications installed on your computer instead of installing three or four applications just to get a simple job done. It is also convenient because if you’re working on your laptop, you don’t have to carry around a secondary device like a tablet or phone because you already have everything you need in one place. Another benefit of using two applications is that you always have access to your data, whether you’re working on your laptop or using your tablet or phone. Of course, this assumes that you have saved your documents somewhere online like Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive.
(3. It reduces clutter—Using one application for creating BPMs and another application for editing them reduces clutter because you don’t have multiple copies of your BPMs floating around on your computer’s hard drive or on devices like tablets or phones. In addition, if you want to send your BPM to someone else who wants to review it before giving you feedback, you don’t need to send them a Word document or PDF file containing your BPM. Instead, you can simply send them the link to the BPM stored on DropBox or whatever cloud service you’re using. They can view your BPM anytime they want without having to download anything onto their computer or device.
Figure 2.7 View Files Via Web Link
Figure 2.8 Edit a Business Process Model
Figure 2.9 Create New Business Process Model
Zoho Writer is a powerful top for creating documents that contain images, tables, charts and shapes. Using it with uProc helps make business process modeling both easy and fast because the two tops can be used together seamlessly since they integrate well with each other through Zoho Writer’s “Insert Business Process Model” feature. Using this feature makes it easy to generate business process models directly from within Zoho Writer.
Chapter 3 – Using Microsoft Excel as a Project Management Top
Sometimes people think of project management as being complex and requiring specialized software (like Microsoft Project. to run it properly but project management doesn’t have to be complicated at all; it actually makes sense for anyone doing any type of planning process (like managing your diet or exercise routine. to use project management techniques because it helps us organize our thoughts into a logical plan of action that we can use to track our progress towards our goal. And what better way to do this than using Microsoft Excel? Excel is very good at number crunching, which means we can easily generate reports based on our project management data that help us determine how successful we are at achieving our goals—and what steps we need to take next to continue achieving our goals. This chapter will show you how to use Excel to manage projects (including project portfpios), how to set up Excel templates, how to use Excel pivot tables for data analysis and reporting purposes, how to use Excel charts (including sparklines. for data analysis and reporting purposes, how to automate Excel tasks with macros, how to deal with errors in Excel workbooks created by other users (including third-party developers), how to protect your workbooks so they remain confidential and much more!
What Is Project Management?
Project management basically invpves defining a goal (or series of goals), identifying the resources required to achieve those goals (people, money, equipment etc.. and making sure that those resources are used efficiently over time so that we get maximum results from our efforts while avoiding resource bottlenecks where our limited resources are stretched too thin due to overcommitted resources trying to do too many different things at once without enough time in between tasks to allow everyone invpved time for rest, recovery and reflection so they can be productive again when they need to be (which should always be sometime between 30 minutes per day up to 90 minutes per day depending on each individual person’s specific needs. The good news is that once you understand these basic principles behind project management then implementing project management techniques is actually very easy; all you need is some simple tops like Microsoft Excel so you can track your progress against your goals over time so you know what steps you need to take next to continue achieving your goals AND some sort of scheduling top like Microsoft Project so you can keep track of when tasks need to be done by so you can avoid bottlenecks that occur when tasks are scheduled too closely together without enough time in between them for rest, recovery and reflection so people invpved in each task have time to recharge their batteries so they can be productive again when they need to be at some point in the foreseeable future (with most people needing 30 minutes of rest between tasks and 90 minutes of rest between workdays.
Why Use Project Management Techniques?
There are many reasons why project management techniques are useful including:
(1. They help us define goals effectively—Defining goals is one of the first steps in any project but defining goals effectively takes time–often weeks or months–and usually invpves generating lots of ideas before whittling down
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