Every body is different

Doug Thomas goes through a lot of hints and tips to do with ergonomics and shows you the sort of Microsoft products currently available to help you .His capacity to talk common sense and get his messages across is worth the view of this video. He is clear, articulate, has a sense of humour and talks very comfortably in the video format so that you feel he is actually talking to you. In 15 minutes he looks carefully at how you can improve the ergonomics of your computing and what you can do to help. It is cheerful, positive and practical. This video is via Office Blogs which regularly features videos to help you learn Microsoft products and then more things to do with computing and managing computing. The videos might have a focus on Microsoft but the impact is much wider than just a product sales pitch.They are tutorials to help you feel comfortable with technology. The videos are designed to help you genuinely learn and become involved in learning. I got the link to this video via The Ergonomic Times. If you are interested in following through on the Office Blogs help then you can find the link here.

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