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12 new file formats in the Google Docs Viewer

Posted in Did you Know? on February 23, 2011 by

12 new file formats in the Google Docs Viewer!
See full blog post from Google Docs:

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Google Docs – Try It!

Posted in Did you Know? on February 22, 2011 by

Create and share your work online with Google Docs
– Upload your files from your desktop: It’s easy to get started and it’s free!
– Access anywhere: Edit and view your docs from any computer or smart phone.
– Share your work: Real-time collaboration means work gets done more quickly.

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Why not learn on your own time? Try the Online Learning Library

Posted in Did you Know? on February 9, 2011 by

University of Saskatchewan staff, faculty and students have FREE access to over 40,000 how-to software videos. Learn at your own pace, on your own time, in the comfort of your own home, office or cubicle.

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Change orientation of PowerPoint slides in the same presentation

Posted in Did you Know? on February 7, 2011 by

How can I change the orientation of one or some of the slides in my PowerPoint?
This can be done in Word, but how is this accomplished in PowerPoint?
For those of you who are wondering, here are the instructions for Word.
Place your cursor on page in the Word document where you want to change the page orientation. For instance, if pages one through five are in Portrait and you want six and seven in Landscape, put your cursor at the bottom of page five.

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PowerPoint – Sharing Specific Slides with Others

Posted in General IT Training on February 3, 2011 by

When completing a slide show you might have to show your slides to several reviewers for selected slides. Very few people need to see all the slides ahead of the presentation, so here is a way to share specific slides. More …

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Word: Creating a Booklet

Posted in Did you Know? on February 3, 2011 by

Did you know that Word can be used to create a pamphlet or booklet easily? For best results, start with a new, blank Word document. This will help you manage the content a bit easier.

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