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Using Microsoft Outlook and Excel to Conduct Time and Task Analysis

Using Microsoft Outlook and Excel to Conduct Time and Task Analysis

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If you are using Microsoft Outlook as your calendar, this handouts shows you how to conduct a time and task analysis using categories established by the American School Counselor Association.
If you are using Microsoft Outlook as your calendar, this handouts shows you how to conduct a time and task analysis using categories established by the American School Counselor Association.

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Published by: rsabella on Oct 29, 2008
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Using Microsoft Excel and
Outlook for Conducting a
Time/Task Analysis
Russell A. Sabella, PhDFlorida Gulf Coast University rsabella@fgcu.edu 
 
Featuring a new Microsoft Excel™
Add-in from SchoolCounselor.com
 
Preliminary Tips
Do not add appointments designated as “all
day event.” Instead, schedule it all day.
 
Pick your
categories
beforehand and makethem consistent among all counselors.
Have the TEARS add-in installed in
Microsoft Excel™. You can find a handout
on how to do thathere.

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