Steam is one way to unseal an envelope: boil water and hold the envelope in the steam. Only use this method on envelopes addressed to you; opening mail that doesn't belong to you is a federal crime.
Fill a tea kettle or electric boiler half-full of water. Turn it on or place it over a heat source, as appropriate, and wait for the water to boil so steam escapes through the spout.
Wear a glove to protect your hand. Hold the envelope in the column of steam for about 15 seconds to dissolve the glue, then open the envelope.
Run a thin bead of glue along the inside edge of the envelope flap. Press the flap down to reseal the envelope.
To install cubicle paper, remove the backing in small increments. Starting at the top, press the self-adhesive paper to the wall of the cubicle. Smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles.Full Answer >
Conducting an inventory of office supplies is an ongoing process which depends equally on accurate classification of goods and on the keeping of accurate inventory records. Since the process does not end, it is vital that records reflect the past and current states of the inventory.Full Answer >
Free employee write-up and discipline forms can be found in the MS Office store. Third-party or non-MS Office formats may also be found by searching via Google for "employee discipline forms."Full Answer >
A note card is a 3-inch by 5-inch or 5-inch by 7-inch index card on 110-pound card stock, used in researching, citing and recording information for academic research papers and bibliographies. Note cards aid in collecting and organizing information to write the final paper.Full Answer >