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Numbers 08 Essential Training: Selecting text By David Rivers In this Lynda.com video training clip, host David Rivers continues working with text in a spreadsheet, and opens with formatting your text, such as changing the font, the size, style, and other text attributes. In this clip, he also talks about the different ways that you go about selecting text, so you can choose what text to format. ...Read More »
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: Spotlight Search Field By Christopher Breen In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen looks at the Spotlight search field and the times when you need a bit more search. In such a case you are going to want to get a better view, such as going up to the Spotlight search field type in your word and Show All, which produces a Finder-like window, which enables you to do a lot of the same things you can do in the Finder. ...Read More »
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: Anatomy of a Window By Christopher Breen In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen looks at the Mac OSX Finder menus, and the important things that you can do in the Finder. He details the information that you can find under the Finder menu and details what each menu item is and what it covers. ...Read More »
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: External hard drives and Time Machine By Christopher Breen In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen discusses the first things you need to do before you get comfortable with you new Mac and one of them is to go to the store to get an external USB/FireWire hard drive to take advantage of Time Machine, which enables you to essentially reset your computer to a different day, restoring your files, how your system loooked and so forth. ...Read More »
Thinking about switching to a Mac? By Robert Jensen My original plan was for this to be a straightforward review of Apple's updated 24-inch iMac that was announced in April. In such cases I ask the manufacturer for a review unit, they send it to me on loan, I TEST it for a few weeks, write my review and finally pack everything back in its box and ship it back. ...Read More »
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: The Apple Menu By Christopher Breen In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen discusses the Apple Menu, which you should pay special attention to because it is going to be there all the time, the Apple Menu, located in the upper left corner. Breen covers all of the commands that are under the Apple menu, including About this Mac, the Build of the OS, and the serial number. He also covers how to configure the Dock, Recent items, Force Quit, Sleep, Restart, Shut Down, and Log out. ...Read More »
Windows Vista Essential Training: Installing software By Jeff Van West In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West discusses some best practices techniques on installing software, new or old under Windows Vista. He offers a few things to think about before you install new software, such as closing your programs before you install new software, and if you think there might be some sort of issue, restart your computer. ...Read More »
Windows Vista Essential Training: Drivers By Jeff Van West In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West discusses the wonderful topic of device drivers. He defines what a driver is, what it does and how it affects your system, and how your OS communicates with devices such as scanners, printers, hard drives, and DVDs. Some of the topics he discusses include how to search for drivers on the Internet if needed, and how to work in the device manager to set up your devices. ...Read More »
Windows Vista Essential Training: Hardware Compatibility By Jeff Van West In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West explains that before you go ahead and hit the Install Now button to install Windows Vista from Windows XP, you want to check that computer you are installing Vista on is compatible with Windows Vista, or is at least compatible enough for you. You first want to check compatibility of your hardware setup online via the Check Compatibility Online button in the installer ...Read More »
Windows Vista Essential Training: Hardware Compatibility By Jeff Van West In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West explains that before you go ahead and hit the Install Now button to install Windows Vista from Windows XP, you want to check that computer you are installing Vista on is compatible with Windows Vista, or is at least compatible enough for you. You first want to check compatibility of your hardware setup online via the Check Compatibility Online button in the installer ...Read More »

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