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13 Feb 2017

Create mini toolbars from your go-to Tools panel selections (Illustrator CS6/CC/CC 2014/CC 2015/CC 2017)

With advancements in customized software, there’s something to suit everyone’s work style these days! Take for example detachable tools! The Tools panel in Illustrator has so many tools to choose from, many of which you may never use. But you might be working on a project for an extended amount of time and need to keep handy a certain tool—and all of its sub tools. That’s why Illustrator offers the option to detach many of the tools along with their sub sets so you can have the tools you...
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13 Feb 2017

Use the Rotate View tool for more fluent image editing (Photoshop CS6/CC/CC 2014/CC 2015/CC 2017)

If you’re looking for a handy tool to make your image editing easier, try the Rotate View tool. With the Rotate View tool you can rotate your image preview (but not the image), so you can access your image from different angles, making touch up work less cumbersome. To try it out, select the Rotate View tool from the Tools panel. (It resides in the same tool spot as the Hand tool, so if you don’t see it, click and hold the Hand tool then choose the Rotate View tool from the pop-up.) Click on...
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10 Feb 2017

Enable Custom Slide Shows

Custom slide shows allow differing collections of slides to be presented for different purposes without saving multiple files. 1. Slide Show Tab > Start Slide Show command group > Custom Slide Show 2. Click the New button 3. Name the show 4. Select slides on the left side 5. Click the add button to move the slide to the right side (to be included in the presentation). 6. Click on Show button to present the custom show.
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10 Feb 2017

How to Create a Chart in Word from Table Data

1. Select data within the table to chart. Copy the data – not the totals. Click outside the table where the chart will be placed. 2. Insert > Illustrations command group > Chart. 3. A chart gallery appears. Select a chart type. Click OK. 4. A sample series spreadsheet “Chart in MS Office Word” appears. 5. Clear the data in the sample chart. Click in A1 to paste the original data into the spreadsheet, replacing the existing sample data. If you don’t clear the sample data, it may be necessary...
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10 Feb 2017

Six myths about IT interviews

It’s easy to find career advice online or from well-meaning souls. However, much of what people say about how to perform in interviews doesn’t necessarily correspond with the realities of applying for a position in IT or software development. Here are some of the common myths: Myth #1: “When they ask you tough questions, they really just want to see how you think.” This is true if you happen to get the sort of open-ended brain teaser questions that were particularly popular among high-tech...
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