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Want to build your own molecule image and add it to your research paper? Or how about add subscripts and superscripts to electrons and isotopes? Today, you can. Microsoft Research just released version 1.0 of their Chemistry Add-in for Word.
Read the full blog post to find out more about this new revelation in semantic chemistry.
Today's blog post is brought to you by Stephanie Brown. Stephanie is a writer for Office Mobile and Office for Mac.
Don’t want to lug your heavy laptop with you to class? You don’t have to. Your Windows Phone 7 includes Microsoft OneNote Mobile. With it you can create and view notes and lists right on your phone. When you’re done with class, you can go back to the comfort of your big PC screen and find your mobile notes synced to Windows Live SkyDrive.
No matter if you’re using OneNote on your computer, mobile phone, or if you’re using the OneNote Web App from a browser, all of your notes are synced together. You can literally keep your class notes with you anywhere you go.
Read the full post for how to start using OneNote Mobile.
Today's blog post is brought to you by Tami Amador, our resident Microsoft Mathematics writer.
Introducing Microsoft Mathematics 4.0, a full-featured graphing calculator.
It’s designed to work just like those expensive handheld calculators
and it’s optimized for algebra, trigonometry, statistics, and calculus.
Additional math tools help you solve systems of equations, evaluate
sides and angles in a triangle, and convert from one system of units to
Read the full post to find out how to get this new free tool!
If you use Office 2003, you might have heard quite a bit about the "ribbon" when it first appeared in Office 2007. Maybe it scared you off. Maybe you heard great things. Maybe you never paid attention to it until now, because you've recently upgraded to Office 2010.
If you're new to the ribbon, then you should read the full post. I've pulled together three great resources that can help you navigate the switch. Take a look and let me know what you think.
At the end of 2010 I started feverishly typing to-do lists and New Year’s resolutions in OneNote. All of that planning got me thinking. How does everyone else do it? I mean, do I have OCD or is this a normal thing?
So I started researching. I found 5 tips to successful time management that led me to believe I have a pretty good thing going with my OneNote habits.
Read the full post to find out what I came up with and how you can do it, too!
Did you know that Windows Live Hotmail lets you create an email distribution list (also known as an email alias or a contacts category)? Creating one makes it easier to send an email out to a group. This little tip could come in handy on New Year’s Eve when you want to send a certain group of friends a picture of you at Times Square or in a few months when you’re working with others on a team project.
For step-by-step instructions, read the full post.
For many of you, January marks the start of winter quarter. You've got a whole new set of classes and maybe even a New Year's resolution to get better grades. I've got one tip to help you achieve that goal. (It's going to sound simple. But, hey, simple is simple for a reason.)
Read the full blog post to find out what you can do to improve your success rate this coming year!
Kelli Etheredge, a teacher and mentor at St. Paul's Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama, is onto something. Although Kelli teaches literature, her 'Poetry into Movies' unit is versatile enough to enhance any area of study. If you're looking for new ways to engage with your students, check out Kelli's lesson plan.
Kelli asks her students to analyze a poem, and then create a Windows Live Movie Maker video that shows the imagery, symbolism, and themes of that poem. This extra step lets students dive even deeper into their subject, producing projects that demonstrate their creativity and critical thinking skills. And they get to use digital media to do it!
Read the full blog post for details...I've even included the rubric!
OneNote can help you organize and create great writing projects. The Writing Process notebook is a collection of strategies and resources that can help get you off on the right foot, whether this is your first big writing assignment or you’ve been doing this for years.
Check out the full blog post for more information. There’s also a link to the download page so you can try it yourself.
Starting from a Microsoft Publisher 2010 template, you can customize the color scheme and design to create and publish a holiday newsletter for your school—in a snap! There are a lot of great templates from Office.com to help you create a high-quality, personalized newsletter.
Click the full post to learn how to find a template, change color schemes, add and delete art.