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Watermarks can be used in Word and Publisher to stamp words ("Do Not Print") or images (your logo) into documents either online or in print.Let me show you how it's done in this short video.
My wife is a bit worried I’ve become a news addict. True, I do spend time on news sites online, even occasionally reading out of town papers to keep up with baseball players that used to be on the home team. However, I have a magic bullet, something that makes reading easier: Readability. If you haven’t caught up with this free gem, it’s easy to get hooked. You'll need a minute or two to set it up on your browser, then when you are at a website with a lot of text, like a newspaper article or a laptop computer review, simply click a Readability bookmark and whoosh—your webpage transforms: clutter disappears, text is magnified. There’s a bevy of options plus a robust paid program (including mobile apps). Take a look:
Readability - Enjoy Reading, Support Writing from Arc90 on Vimeo.
Office for Mac 2011
has some key additions including Outlook. In this short video excerpt, I show students how a new Mac-only tool in PowerPoint can help design
This year's Imagine Cup announced their winners from a immense pool of talent: 350,000 global registrants were narrowed to more than 400 students from 70 countries to compete at the Worldwide Finals. The second prize winner in Software Design was a group of students from Arizona State University. Their project—a note-taking device for students with low vision or legally blind—was created out necessity. The problem and solution—which uses OneNote—was spotlighted in this inspiring short video from Good Magazine:
Look who's heading back to college? With some nifty computer tools for students and teachers, I reenter the college scene to demonstrate some of the magical things OneNote can do, showoff a
free graphing calculator called Microsoft Mathematics 4.0, and a nifty PowerPoint tool found in Office for Mac
2011. Watch (and read below for links to learn more).
David Salaguinto is the renaissance man of my floor. He has dreamed up the Office Comic, was the first “guest” of Office Casual, and a future project I’ll be telling you about soon. For now, he has Getting Started Office 2010 Screensaver. Pretty good for a guy hired to write about Publisher and Word. I interviewed him during the Microsoft Store celebration for the first anniversary of Office 2010.
Here's a free graphing calculator students and teachers can use for calculus, chemistry, algebra, and a number of other subjects. Let me and a math whiz take the free download, Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 through its paces in this short video.
Class assignments, schedules, homework, projects, and research can all be kept and searched in OneNote. In this short video, I show students a few tricks about using images and how to share OneNote between multiple PCs, slates, Macs, and phones.
We've been thinking about and working with Office 365 for months. There are a lot of services you get for one low monthly fee. (Watch this episode about Office 365 on the Office Show). We wanted to create some Office Casual videos about it too, so, to start, what subject would you like me to cover in the next Office Casual? Vote in the...
Yesterday we launched the Office 2010 Getting Started screensaver. It’s not your father’s typical screensaver. Watch how you can learn a few tips on using Office 2010: