Installation and SetupInstallation - Each User. Installation - Multi-user. Language Translations. Personalize Your Templates.
Systems2win Training.Quick Start Initial Training. New User Training. Training Matrix. Systems2win Leadership. Training Classes.
Lean TrainingLean Training and Coaching. Lean Principles. Muda 8 Wastes. Goal - Lean Flow. Roadmap - Lean Journey. Value Stream Mapping. Standard Work. Hansei Lean Thinking. Lean Dictionary. Online Lean Training. Lean Leadership.
CustomersOperational Excellence. Lean Manufacturing. Lean Office and Service. Lean Healthcare. Customer List.
Step 1) Find pages containing keywords
Notice — in the Search form (below), the first results might be Ads.
The main section finds pages in Systems2win.com
Step 2) Find keywords within a page
Use CTRL+F to find keywords within any web page
CTRL+F is CTRL+B in Spanish
The keyboard shortcut for 'Find' is different for some languages.
For example, in Spanish and Portuguese, it is CTRL+B for 'Buscar'.
CTRL+F works almost anywhere
You can use CTRL+F to find keywords within any web page
any web page — on the entire Internet.
CTRL+F also works to find keywords in any Microsoft Office document
that is not translated, and is not protected.
(You can use CTRL+F in your Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents)
The entire Systems2win web site has been designed to make it easy to send someone directly to a place within a web page — using human readable bookmarks.
Much nicer than sending them to the top of a long page...
you can send them directly to the right place within the page.
Be sure to add systems2win.com to your bookmarks or Favorites
on both your computer and your smart phone
so that you can quickly find the lean training that you need —
whenever and wherever you need it.
to find a document containing a keyword
You can search for keywords within any Microsoft Office document — including locked forms.
Right-click your Windows Start menu > Search
then use Filters,
or click the little document icon to 'Find results in documents'
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