Sue Darby

Technical instructions for a variety of technical and crafting topics.

Sue Darby is a wizard with software, from basics to macros and things they weren’t originally programmed to do (mass e-mail merge PDF files through Outlook). She writes technical instructions from “This is the mouse” level to anything new that she’s done only once or twice. She can target instructions to the level of the audience as well for presentations. She also installs, sets up, maintains and secures efficient WordPress websites. She is a  published author, honors graduate and amateur photographer.

Sue is an experienced talent on the labor market. She is an explorer, ready for adventures. She is an achiever, who is willing to work hard to reach goals. She is a team player, getting along well with people around her. Creativity is one of her strengths and she’s always up to try something new. She is a great asset to a team!

Continuous personal development and adaptability are in high demand in a fast-changing work environment, thus sharing her knowledge is important to her. She is determined to have a positive impact – not only on the working environment but on the whole of society.

  • Things I can do would anyone like to learn how I do them?

    Most people know something about computers but only the basics. I know how to do a wide variety of things and what I think are stupid little tricks could be great tools for someone else.Screenshot tutorial Programming languagesProcess development and documentation Email distro listsReport building in excelExcel macrosQuick parts for a groupCombining reports and presenting final dataForm design or development...
  • Date Stamping in Adobe

    1. Get an email that has attachments 2. Save the attachments to the network in the G:Provider Certification & ComplianceAuto Date Stamping in your folder (everyone should have one) 3. Navigate out to the folder on the network while on the laptop 4. Select all the files you wish to date stamp and RIGHT click and Combine files in Acrobat 5. You have the option to...
  • Skills Expanded

    Website Development Web site design & maintenance of hand coded websites Install & maintain WordPress sites Proficient in white hat SEO techniques Track keywords, visitors & other analytical data for each site Troubleshoot hosting issues Software & Programming MS Office, MS Project, Master Certified Office; Open Office SharePoint (site owner) Visio, Star UML, Dia, Corel Draw, Inscape, Gimp, Paint Shop Pro HTML, CSS, WordPress, Javascript, Visual basic, BASIC A, Perl Chrome, Firefox,...
  • Compliance Checklist

    In the spring of 2017 I was asked to take on extra duties to support the compliance side of the unit more and the first thing I was tasked with was combining a cumbersome set of tools into something more cohesive and easier to manage. Being an Excel fan when it comes to multiple tools in one file I setup...
  • History of Websites

    Summer 1995 Shirley's Creative Designs was started. Fall 1995 Sue's Tiny Costumes was started.In the summer of 1995 I became interested in creating websites and started developing Shirley's Creative Designs. In the fall of the same year I started Sue's Tiny Costumes. I started out on the infancy of the internet using an old site, Xoom.com which is no longer online. From there...

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