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Back in Windows XP and/or Vista, there was a small icon at the bottom of the page that would return you to the desktop from inside an application. It is has gone missing in Windows 7. So how do you quickly get to the desktop in Windows 7?
If you plan to include a technology component or project in a course this fall that will require coordination with the Academic ITS group, please contact me as soon as possible so we may make plans to meet your needs. This includes projects that will require technical training assistance, utilize the resources of the Language Resource Center (LRC) in Lovejoy, the GIS and Quantitative Analysis labs in Diamond, or the Schupf Lab in Keyes. I can be reached at email@example.com or campus extension 4213.
2. Selecting Multiple Attachments
Attach multiple files by holding down the Ctrl key (or Command on a Mac) and clicking on each file in turn. Holding down the Shift key will select a contiguous list of files.
3. Don’t Forget the Attachment
Gmail will parse your email for text that suggests you meant to attach a file (“I’ve attached” or “see attachment”) and warns you if there is no file attached.
4. Viewing Attachments Online
The Google Docs viewer allows you to view .pdf, .ppt, and .tiff files in your browser. Just click the “View” link at the bottom of the message.
5. Searching for a Lost Attachment
Gmail’s advanced search operators can help you find what you’re looking for.
A couple examples:
From the Official Gmail Blog
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By default, you have to display a single month or week in Google calendar separately and print it – one at a time. However, if you are willing to do a little “fiddling” you can print multiple weeks or months.
Fall 2010 Moodle Course sites are now available to faculty who wish to begin building them out. You may find links to these new course sites on your Moodle course overview page in the “Information and advisories” block. Call Ellen Freeman at ext. 4234 or email Ellen.Freeman@colby.edu for help setting up your Fall Moodle course site or visit the online Moodle help site.
1. Unlisted videos (must have a specific URL to access, no Youtube account required)
2. Private videos (share w/ up to 25 people who have Youtube accounts)
The Librarian of Congress determines classes of works subject to the exemption from the prohibition against circumvention of technological measures that control access to copyrighted works. It is permissable to circumvent the Content Scrambling System (CSS) of lawfully acquired DVD discs for the purpose of criticism or comment in some instances. Read more »
You may have noticed that you are getting an email notification every time someone accepts a meeting that you have scheduled. This may be helpful – or it may be annoying.
The differences between a background layer and a regular layers are:
To unlock a background layer, double-click on it.
To turn it back into a background layer, just lock it again.
To convert a layer into a background layer:
You cannot use the Zoom Tool from the Tools Panel to zoom in on an image while cropping it.
But you can still zoom in and out:
The edges around a selection (marching ants) can be distracting when you are trying to preview an image.
To hide Selection Edges:
To redisplay them:
This will toggle the edges back into view.
Typically, when you make a circular selection, PhotoShop draws the circle from wherever you click.
This makes it difficult to actually tell where the selection will be centered.
To Force PhotoShop to Consider the Point where you Clicked the Center of your Circular Selection:
To Make the Selection Perfectly Circular
(Tips are based on 20th Anniversary article in “Inside Photoshop”, Vol. 14, #5.)