The Leopard Mac Application Dock

By default, the Dock sits at the bottom of the Mac display. The Dock was introduced in OS X and contains shortcuts to applications. As you move the cursor along the Dock, the icons will be magnified. You can relocate the Dock to the sides and you can set it to “autohide”. The size of the icons in...

3 New Features in Google Mail

#1 Color Coding Setting certain types of appointments in your calendar to a different color from your default calendar color can help organize and highlight specific events. To set a single event to a different color: Double click on the event to open it OR Create a new event and “Edit Details” Under the even...

Resetting the View Percent in PDF Files

Stymied about how to get a PDF file you have created to automatically open at 100%? Got a file from a colleague that opens at 65% every time no matter what you do? If you have Adobe Acrobat Pro Here is the fix: Open the PDF file Click on File > Properties Click on the...

Converting WORD to POWERPOINT

Do you have a WORD document or report that you want to create a POWERPOINT presentation for? Did you know there is an easy way to import WORD into POWERPOINT? Here’s how:

Positioning Images in Word 2007

Sometimes, you may want to place a picture or image in an exact location on the page and have text flow around it. Below are the steps to follow in order to exactly position an image on a page in WORD 2007.

Inserting Different Orientation Pages Inside a Word Document

Occasionally you may want to insert a page inside a document that has a different orientation. (Landscape or Portrait) This can be useful if you need to display a wide chart, table or graphic that would be “scrunched” if you attempted to display it on a regular page. This is easy to do in Word.