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 how to calculate numbers in a table using Word. If you want more tips for Word 2003, then sign up for our LAST CLASS next week--we'll start teaching Word 2010 in the fall.
Wonder if your co-worker ever received your email? You can check if your messages have been opened, or deleted in GroupWise.
Do you have a computing tip you'd like to share? Submit yours and it may be featured as a Tip of the Week!
Most printers on campus can print double-sided. Learn how to set up your computer for duplex printing and cut your paper use in half.
As a follow up to our other post on free stock photos, here are a few more sites where you can find images for your projects:
- AP Images Database through the University Library provides access to a collection of over 500,000 photos from the Associated Press, featuring state, regional and national photos from North America, as well as international photos, some dating back as far as 1844. The content of the AP Photo Archives is licensed for non-commercial, educational use.
- Creative Commons search allows you to find images that are licensed for you to share, remix, or reuse.
- FreeDigitalPhotos.net has thousands of royalty free photos and illustrations for websites, newspapers, magazines, video and TV productions, iPhone applications, PowerPoint presentations, forums, blogs and school work.
- Stockvault.net is a stock photo sharing website where designers and photographers can meet to share their images. All images on this site are free for personal and non-commercial usage.