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Software Tips & Tricks

Technology Training offers drop-in Open Lab hours and formal hands-on classes, but sometimes all you need is a quick tip. Software Tips & Tricks is a collection of some of the best hints we've discovered to make your computing more productive.

  •  Learn anything, anytime, anywhere wth iTunes U

    iTunes U brings the power of the iTunes Store to education, making it simple to distribute information to students, faculty, and lifelong learners. There are over 350,000 free lectures, videos, films, and other resources from institutions all over the world, including Santa Clara University. Use iTunes to connect directly to SCU on iTunes U, where you'll find media published by several campus organizations, as well as a password-protected area for SCU-related course materials.
  •  More tech tips from Nirmaltv.com

    Nirmaltv.com is a good resource for finding technology tips, tricks, tutorials, and reviews on software and freeware. For example, learn how to Integrate Office 2010 with Google Docs and Google Apps and Scan Windows for Out-dated Drivers with DriverIdentifier.
  •  Check out books from our software training library

    Learn how you want and when you want by using our Technology Training reference library. Check out software training books and exercise CDs for seven days at a time on a variety of topics including Adobe InDesign, Web analytics, and using a Mac.
  •  Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard tips and tricks

    Source: macnn.com
    New and old Mac users alike will find something worth discovering from the following tips and tricks for Mas OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Learn how to add even greater functionality to your Mac and stay up to date with the latest in Mac OS X news.
  •  Windows 7 tips and tricks

    Many new Windows 7 users appreciate the new features in the operating system. But with everything, there's always room for improvement. Check out the following sites to learn how to add even greater functionality to Windows 7.
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