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  • Training: A Primer For Hosting Live, Online (Virtual) Classes

    I Came, I Saw, I Learned...
    IconLogic
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:52 am
    by Kevin Siegel      I received a call from a friend of mine who is the head of human resources at a large company. While the company is typically ahead of the curve when it comes to technology, she was being tasked to spearhead a corporate initiative that was outside of her field of expertise. Specifically, she was being told to move all of the company's traditional in-person training classes online.   It seems that corporate was looking to find ways to trim expenses and one sure-fire way to do that was through a reduction of travel expenses. My friend told me that they had 40,000…
  • Microsoft Manual of Style – 4th Edition: Review

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    Rahul Karn
    18 Jun 2015 | 2:46 am
    Mother of all style guides for technical language, also I guess the best book for technical writing 4th edition is now available with lot of new addition – Microsoft Manual of Style.First thing which attract my attention is Microsoft style and Not Microsoft style in the 3rd edition it was Correct and wrong.I forgot the number of times in my ten years career when this authoritative reference volume helped me settle the style arguments that would never have been settled otherwise.Before 3rd edition, it was famous as MSTP.In this edition, Microsoft kept up well with the dynamics…
  • eLearning: Color Design Challenges

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    28 Jun 2015 | 6:16 am
    by Sally Cox     This is the first in a series I am creating on "eLearning Challenges." Over the coming weeks I will address common issues I run into when designing eLearning projects and offer tips for solving them.   Color as a Training AidI use color to train learners to interact with my eLearning content. For instance, I use a single color for all of my interactive objects. In the image below, there are several interactive buttons. Although the buttons might look different, they are similar in color.     By only using a specific color on interactive objects, users become…
  • Over 50? Would a career in technical writing suit you?

    Technical Writing Tips
    Ivan Walsh
    5 Jun 2015 | 2:43 pm
    If you have good writing skills, enjoy technology, and like to help others understand how things work, then a career as a technical writer might suit you. 1.0      Technical writer work/life balance Technical writing has been very good to me. It’s allowed me to work in China, London, San Francisco, and Amsterdam. Most of the time I work from home even when I work full time for clients. Unlike other jobs where you need to be in the office every day, as a tech writer you can work from home quite easily. All is you need is a decent web connection and the ability to manage your own time.
  • Zero Draft: A Stage Before the Rough Draft

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    Kalpesh
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:25 am
    At the very beginning of the writing process many people are blocked. I perceive the reason for getting stuck is largely because of expecting to be able create an absolutely PERFECT piece from the first day itself. When we begin to write, we expect from ourselves to be able to generate from our creativity and skill: The perfect choice of words Perfect sentence structuring Accurate spelling and grammar Streamlined ideas Expecting this perfectionism from self rather becomes a deterrent than a motivator. It is a cause of blocking up your writing at the initial stages. I think so!  It may be…
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  • The Content Wrangler XML Press Summer Book Sale

    Scott Abel
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:40 pm
    Our friends at XML Press have arranged a special book sale, just for you! For the month of July, all books in The Content Wrangler Series of Content Strategy Books are on sale (printed books and ebooks). We also have a bundle with all five books in the series available for one low price (and free shipping in the US). In addition, XML Press is offering discounts on every book in its catalog, including print and ebook editions. Shop today and save! The Content Wrangler Content Strategy Series features publications from content industry experts, including Scott Abel, Rahel Anne Bailie,…
  • Got Great Content? Enter The Customer Experience Recognition Awards Today

    Scott Abel
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:52 am
    Does your information development team deserve recognition for the good work they’re doing? Then consider entering the Customer Experience Recognition Awards (CERAs). The annual award ceremony, which takes place during the Information Development World conference, recognizes outstanding contributions to exceptional customer experiences by information developers (the folks responsible for creating content) in a variety of disciplines including technical communication, marketing, content strategy, customer support, translation, and product management. Submissions are…
  • Why You Should Attend Information Development World 2015

    Scott Abel
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Two years ago, Val Swisher and I sat down and tried to figure out how to solve one of the biggest communication challenges facing businesses today: Schizophrenic brand experiences caused by unnecessarily incongruent content. Content produced by different teams of information developers, in different ways, with different words, with different tools, using different tones of voice, different style, different rules, but intended for the exact same audience. We decided the best way to bring attention to this important communication challenge was to launch a conference dedicated to helping…
  • [Workshop] Getting to Success: Implementing a Content Strategy

    Scott Abel
    18 Jun 2015 | 3:03 pm
    It’s one thing to understand how to work with the various deliverables that form part of a content strategy. It’s another thing to understand how to initiate a strategy, get it approved, and then develop the strategy itself and deliver on the implementation. There is as much to understand about developing and implementing a content strategy as there is to making the most of the superset of potential deliverables at your disposal. Rahel Anne Bailie In this full-day workshop, Getting to Success: Implementing a Content Strategy, led by veteran content strategy professional, Rahel…
  • Intelligent Content in the Experience Age

    Scott Abel
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:50 am
    In the Experience Age, consumers expect much more from brands than they have in the past. Once they’ve enjoyed an exceptional customer experience, they become intolerant of confusing, irrelevant, and inconsistent content. Brands that recognize this fact and deliver exceptional content experiences across all customer touchpoint will be rewarded with loyalty. In order to deliver exceptional content experiences, savvy brands are taking a critical look at how they create, manage, and deliver content. And, what they’re finding is that the approaches they’ve relied on for decades can no…
 
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  • Training: A Primer For Hosting Live, Online (Virtual) Classes

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    1 Jul 2015 | 4:52 am
    by Kevin Siegel      I received a call from a friend of mine who is the head of human resources at a large company. While the company is typically ahead of the curve when it comes to technology, she was being tasked to spearhead a corporate initiative that was outside of her field of expertise. Specifically, she was being told to move all of the company's traditional in-person training classes online.   It seems that corporate was looking to find ways to trim expenses and one sure-fire way to do that was through a reduction of travel expenses. My friend told…
  • eLearning: Color Design Challenges

    IconLogic
    28 Jun 2015 | 6:16 am
    by Sally Cox     This is the first in a series I am creating on "eLearning Challenges." Over the coming weeks I will address common issues I run into when designing eLearning projects and offer tips for solving them.   Color as a Training AidI use color to train learners to interact with my eLearning content. For instance, I use a single color for all of my interactive objects. In the image below, there are several interactive buttons. Although the buttons might look different, they are similar in color.     By only using a specific color on…
  • eLearning: How to Pick an LMS

    IconLogic
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    by Ashok Sharma   Picking a Learning Management System (LMS) to host your eLearning content is a crucial, but often overlooked, step in the eLearning development process. The problem is, there are several LMS vendors from which to choose. Which LMS fits best within your budget, your eLearning development software, your learner's technology, your training objectives, and your instructional design initiatives? How to Choose the Right LMS for Your Business Purchasing an LMS is a big decision for any organization. In fact, you'll find that the price for an LMS can range from…
  • Adobe Captivate: Custom Freeform Shapes

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    23 Jun 2015 | 8:56 am
    by Kevin Siegel Smart Shapes were introduced in Adobe Captivate several years ago. Similar to PowerPoint's Shapes feature, Smart Shapes in Captivate allow you to draw stars, ovals, banners, and more on a slide. Once drawn, it is easy to switch from one Smart Shape to another (without having to redraw).To draw a Smart Shape, visit the Shape tool and select any one of the Shapes. One the slide, drag your mouse to draw the shape. If you're unhappy with the Smart Shape (perhaps you meant to draw a star but you drew an oval), visit the Properties Inspector and, assuming the shape you…
  • Adobe RoboHelp 2015: First Look

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    11 Jun 2015 | 1:33 pm
    by Willam van Weelden Adobe released RoboHelp 2015 last week, a major upgrade sporting several enhancements. This week we take a first look at some of the big changes. Ribbon Based InterfaceThe menu has been redesigned to make RoboHelp easier to use. Options are sensibly arranged and menu inconsistencies have been cleaned up. Lesser known features like search synonyms are much easier to find and use. Small improvements, such as working with tables, make editing content much easier. One of my favorites is the Locate Item tool. Open a topic and select an image or a Captivate movie. Click the…
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  • Three questions people ask me each week

    1 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    Question 1 The first question goes something like this: Hi Tom, I found your blog and really like the content. I'm currently a ________ with a degree in _______. I've been working for the past few years doing ________. However, I really dislike my job. I realized that it involves _______ and _________ all day long. I'm thinking of transitioning into a technical writing career. I like to write, and I scored high grades in all my writing classes. Can you give me any advice? How can I get a job in technical writing? Is there a particular city where there are lots of technical writing jobs?
  • Slides, notes, and lessons learned at the STC Summit 2015 in Columbus, Ohio

    29 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Slide presentations Here are the slides from my workshop on REST API documentation. I have two sets of slides: Documenting REST APIs from Tom Johnson For detailed notes, see Documenting REST APIs. Publishing API documentation -- Workshop from Tom Johnson For detailed notes, see Publishing API documentation. I also gave a presentation that was a shorter version of the Publishing APIs slidedeck: Publishing API documentation -- Presentation from Tom Johnson This presentation was recorded as part of the virtual track. Workshop evaluation Overall, I think the workshop went well, but I do have some…
  • My upcoming workshop and presentation at the STC Summit 2015 in Columbus, Ohio

    18 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Upcoming API documentation workshop I'm giving a 3.5 hour workshop on API documentation at the STC Summit in Columbus this year. Although I gave some workshops and presentations on APIs earlier this year, for this Summit workshop, I've completely reworked the material and focused almost entirely on REST APIs. I'm really excited about the content I've got in this workshop and hope to repurpose it later with an online learning platform. The API documentation workshop is Saturday from 1:00pm to 4:30pm at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus. For details, see Crash Course in API…
  • How to avoid early death from sitting down all day

    18 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    I'm growing increasingly nervous by the number of studies that show how sitting down all day poses health risks equivalent to smoking a pack a day. Just google sitting all day is the equivalent to smoking and you'll find plenty of articles. I decided to download Break Time from the App store. So far it works pretty well. The timer cycles down every 20 minutes and dims your computer screen, prompting you to take a break. I then get up and stretch my legs and walk around a bit. It's simple but effective.
  • Check out my conversation on ContentHug

    17 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Vinish Garg has a series of "conversations" going on his site, Contenthug. Today he posted a conversation he had with me. The conversations are short, interactive Q&A, mostly about content strategy and organizational challenges that relate to tech comm. Contenthug.com itself is a curated stream of articles related to tech comm, delivered straight to your inbox. ContentHug finds good tech comm articles across the web and links to them. I've been impressed by the regularity and quality of articles. ContentHug is definitely worth subscribing to. In a time where we're…
 
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  • Waterfall content development? You’re doing it wrong.

    Sarah O'Keefe
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    Product development, content development, and localization processes are too often viewed as a waterfall process. This is not at all accurate. Product development decisions do feed into content and content into localization, but, in the other direction, localization decisions also drive product development. For … Continue reading →
  • Webcast: Risky business: the challenge of content silos

    Sarah O'Keefe
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:06 pm
    In this webcast recording, Sarah O’Keefe discusses how content silos make it difficult to deliver a consistent, excellent customer experience. After all the hard work that goes into landing a customer, too many organizations destroy the customer’s initial goodwill with … Continue reading →
  • Localization, scalability, and consistency

    Gretyl Kinsey
    23 Jun 2015 | 12:21 pm
    When companies need to change the way they’re producing content, localization and scalability can be two of the biggest motivating factors. If your company’s content is not consistent, you may face significant challenges with translating it into new languages or … Continue reading →
  • The content strategy of things

    Bill Swallow
    15 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    This post is a recap of the presentation I delivered at Localization World Berlin on June 4, 2015. It describes how and why to adapt a content strategy in support of The Internet of Things. The presentation slides are available … Continue reading →
  • Localization strategy and the customer journey (premium)

    Sarah O'Keefe
    8 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    This premium post is a recap of a presentation delivered by Sarah O’Keefe at Localization World Berlin on June 4, 2015. It describes how and why to align localization strategy to the customer journey. The new buzzword in marketing is … Continue reading →
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  • Word: Automatically sorting a list

    Rhonda
    9 Jun 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Based on a Writing Tip sent to my work colleagues… Based on a question I got today, I realised that some of you may not know that you can get Word to automatically sort a list for you, whether that list is a bulleted list of words or rows in a table (e.g. a list of terms or of numeric values). Here’s how. Turn off track changes if it is on. Select the bulleted list or click anywhere in the table. Click the AZ icon on the Home tab to open the Sort window. On the Sort window, select how you want the list sorted – the default is ascending (alphabetically if words, numerically if…
  • Epic fail, Samsung

    Rhonda
    29 May 2015 | 12:14 am
    An epic failure of design and of support, and a waste of 2 hours of my time. And I still don’t have a solution. I was trying to change the battery in the Samsung mini remote control for my TV. I couldn’t remove the battery cover. So after checking the manual, getting my husband to try, and then checking online for solutions, I start an online ‘live chat’ with Samsung Support. After some mild pleasantries and discussion of what I’ve already done, we get to this (my asides in italics): Support: Can you see a small space which can enter your nails to remove it? Me:…
  • Breville: Why do you need my date of birth?

    Rhonda
    13 May 2015 | 2:30 pm
    I bought a new slow cooker the other day. I usually register such products, either via the little card they provide in the packaging, or, more recently, via their online registration form as the little card seems to have gone the way of the dodo. And so it was with Breville. I started their online registration process and was stunned to find that they wanted my date of birth. Now, why would an appliance company want my date of birth? I can understand them wanting an age range (e.g. 35 to 50), or even perhaps a year of birth for ‘marketing purposes’, but the full date?
  • PowerPoint: Apply a template

    Rhonda
    14 Apr 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT) doesn’t use templates like Microsoft Word does. You can’t just ‘apply’ an existing template to a deck of PPT slides and assume that all the styles and formatting will automatically update. Sure, you can do things with Master Slides and format painter for individual slides (see the links at the end of the article for some of these techniques), as well as some global things with themes, colors, fonts etc. But if you’re working in an organization and they have dictated that you now have to use a new ‘template’, how do you…
  • ACES 2015: Pittsburgh: Day 3: Friday 28 March

    Rhonda
    28 Mar 2015 | 6:35 pm
    These are my notes from the sessions I attended at the American Copy Editors’ Society (ACES) annual conference (2015: Pittsburgh). They are MY opinion and reflect no-one else’s opinion. Beyond the plain language edit (Claire  Foley,  Tracy Torchetti) 42% Canadians have low literacy skills Aging population affects literacy too (read,  remember, act) Diverse society – immigrants,  English not always first language How are your readers reading? Laptops,  tablets,  phone, background noise,  multitasking,  visual ability, cognitive ability, in stressful situations There is no perfect…
 
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  • The decline of the gerund in technical documentation?

    Ellis Pratt
    24 Jun 2015 | 11:51 pm
    Louise Downe, who works at the UK’s Government Digital Service, wrote a blog post (Good services are verbs, bad services are nouns), where she stated: “After several rounds of user... [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
  • The Art v Science conundrum in technical communication

    Ellis Pratt
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:02 am
    One of the common debates in technical communication is how much the profession is art or science. Can we take an engineering-like approach to assisting users, using tools like DITA, or does each... [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
  • Protecting your brand using technical communication

    Ellis Pratt
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:22 pm
    On BBC Radio 5 live’s Wake Up to Money programme today, Lisa Thomas, Chief Executive of advertising agency M&C Saatchi, said: “We can’t just think about just one advert. We have... [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
  • New vacancy – Digital Content Manager in Central London

    Ellis Pratt
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:30 am
    We’ve added a new vacancy to our site: #4159, Digital Content Manager, Central London, circa £50K. [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
  • RoboHelp 2015 Release – A review

    Ellis Pratt
    9 Jun 2015 | 6:33 am
    Adobe released the latest version of RoboHelp last week, and we’ve taken it for a quick spin around the block. It’s called RoboHelp (2015 Release), but we’ll call simply call it... [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
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  • Live Dead in Chicago

    Keith
    4 Jul 2015 | 4:24 pm
    This article pretty much nails it about last night’s Grateful Dead show: “The consensus around the Santa Clara shows was that they were skillful, soulful and perhaps a little bit slow. But Friday night’s first act at Soldier Field was a strong signal that the Grateful Dead still has plenty of rude, mule-kicking rock ‘n’ roll in it — and can still rip holes in space-time fabric long enough for Deadheads to get a peek through the cosmos.” The thing about the Dead that kept fans (and me) going back for more was that moment, which almost always happened at…
  • 2015 Locus Awards

    Keith
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:57 am
    The winners of the 2015 Locus Awards have been announced. The Best Novel award for SF went to Ann Leckie for Ancillary Sward and the Best Novel award for fantasy went to Katherine Addison for The Goblin Emperor. Both of these are also Hugo nominees. These are the novel nominees and winners. SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL Ancillary Sword, Ann Leckie (Orbit US; Orbit UK) The Peripheral, William Gibson (Putnam; Viking UK) The Three-Body Problem, Cixin Liu (Tor) Lock In, John Scalzi (Tor; Gollancz) Annihilation/Authority/Acceptance, Jeff VanderMeer (FSG Originals; Fourth Estate; HarperCollins Canada)…
  • A slight hiatus

    Keith
    17 Jun 2015 | 3:43 pm
    Yes, I’m still here. Just busy. Nothing bad, but I just don’t have the cycles to devote to this blog right now. Expect few, if any, posts until the end of the month.
  • Running DOS word processors under Windows

    Keith
    11 Jun 2015 | 2:51 am
    If you’re of a certain age, your first word processor may have been WordStar, Microsoft Word, or WordPerfect running under DOS. While these programs lack the bells and whistles of modern word processors like Microsoft Word, they have a lot fewer distractions and are perfectly adequate for writing fiction. SF author Robert J. Sawyer still uses   WordStar to write his books (he just finished his 23rd novel), and has updated his instructions for running WordStar under current versions of Windows. You ahould be able easily adapt the instructions for running other programs like Microsoft…
  • Is the Harper government the worst ever

    Keith
    10 Jun 2015 | 2:32 am
    If you ask me, I would have to say that the Harper government is the worst in Canadian history. I’m not the only one who thinks so – for evidence see this two-part article by Bruce Livesey. In fact, unlike his predecessors, Harper has seemed Teflon-like in respect to how corruption scandals have clung to him. Even the trial of Senator Mike Duffy has not dented his veneer to any great extent – although this may soon change. Yet corruption is among the litany of reasons why Stephen Harper might go down in history as Canada’s worst prime minister (a case we began to make here in…
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  • Email Newsletters: New Signup Options

    Julie Norris
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:05 pm
    After you’ve created an email mailing list, it’s time for the next step: encouraging and obtaining signups. There are increasingly more ways to encourage signups, some of which you may not be aware. New technologies provide new options. Read on to find out more. Remember: You do have to obtain permission to add someone to […]
  • Facebook Lists: Add to Favorites

    Julie Norris
    16 Jun 2015 | 12:21 pm
    If you taken the step to create friends or page lists so you can see them more easily, there’s good news. There’s one more option for you to make a list more accessible. You can set it as a Favorite. Favorites display first. You don’t have to scroll down a page and dig down into […]
  • Thanks, Mari Smith!

    Julie Norris
    16 Jun 2015 | 10:31 am
    Back in April, when the Google mobile algorithm change (aka Mobilegeddon) was imminent, I wrote up some procedures and tips to help people get their websites ready for the change. Mari Smith made a video that included that post and shared it on her Facebook page. Here’s a link to that. Thanks, Mari! Mari Smith Facebook […]
  • How to Test Your Website for the Google Mobile Algorithm Change

    Julie Norris
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:33 am
    Google is changing their algorithm beginning April 21, 2015. If you do not have a mobile-friendly site your search rankings may be affected. To check your site, follow the steps below. Even if your site passes, you might need to take additional steps. For further reading, review the articles from the list of links at […]
 
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  • Who else wants to make $123,000 as a technical writer?

    Ivan Walsh
    21 Jun 2015 | 2:46 pm
    Average Salary of Technical Writing Jobs In USD as of May 13, 2015 45k          90k         135k Engineering Technical Writer $54,000 IT Report Writer $69,000 IT Technical Writer $74,000 Senior Proposal Writer $80,000 Technical Proposal Writer $69,000 Technical Writer $123,000 Technical Writer Contract $61,000 Technical Writer Editor $64,000 Technical Writer Illustrator $39,000 Technical Writer Scientific $61,000 Technical Writer Senior $64,000   http://www.indeed.com/salary/Technical-Writer.html The post Who else wants to make $123,000 as a technical writer? appeared…
  • Over 50? Would a career in technical writing suit you?

    Ivan Walsh
    5 Jun 2015 | 2:43 pm
    If you have good writing skills, enjoy technology, and like to help others understand how things work, then a career as a technical writer might suit you. 1.0      Technical writer work/life balance Technical writing has been very good to me. It’s allowed me to work in China, London, San Francisco, and Amsterdam. Most of the time I work from home even when I work full time for clients. Unlike other jobs where you need to be in the office every day, as a tech writer you can work from home quite easily. All is you need is a decent web connection and the ability to manage your own time.
  • How to find technical writing work on LinkedIn

    Ivan Walsh
    1 Jun 2015 | 2:40 pm
    How much technical writing work have you got from LinkedIn? Ever? Let’s look at how to get more work, especially contract work, from LinkedIn. If you’re doing some of the following, let’s stop and think a minute. Are you in more than ten groups? Do you post to your own profile only but not to groups? Does your profile page look like a CV? Are you on SlideShare? Do people ask for you help? If you answered Yes to more than two, don’t worry you’re in the boat as most people. If the boat is not going where you want it to, here’s what to do. 1. On your LinkedIn groups Contribute to…
  • Do you have a technical writer’s personality?

    Ivan Walsh
    28 May 2015 | 2:35 pm
    Considering a career as a technical writer? Want to know what kind of people enjoy technical writing the most? Would it suit your personality? Is being introverted an advantage? Can jovial types make it as tech writers? Yes and Yes. Crag on Helpscribe makes the point that, “Personality can also have a strong influence on your ability to perform technical writing tasks. For example, a highly social writer will have a much easier time interviewing SMEs and contributing during meetings. A less social writer may have an easier time surviving as the sole writer on a project or staying focused…
  • How to find technical writing work using Quora

    Ivan Walsh
    21 May 2015 | 2:26 pm
    Are you using Quora to find technical writing work? Maybe you’ve never heard of Quora. Here’s how it works. Think of it as a deluxe ‘Question and Answer’ site focused on the business community. A lot of influential people are there. It has almost no spam or nasty comments. If you want to develop your business, Quora is an effective way to demonstrate your expertise and generate leads. Like the X-Factor, it uses a voting system. The better your answer, the more votes it gets, the higher it ranks, the more links you get, and the more… Tip – You can link out to other articles,…
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  • Training: A Primer For Hosting Live, Online (Virtual) Classes

    IconLogic
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:52 am
    by Kevin Siegel      I received a call from a friend of mine who is the head of human resources at a large company. While the company is typically ahead of the curve when it comes to technology, she was being tasked to spearhead a corporate initiative that was outside of her field of expertise. Specifically, she was being told to move all of the company's traditional in-person training classes online.   It seems that corporate was looking to find ways to trim expenses and one sure-fire way to do that was through a reduction of travel expenses. My friend told me that they had 40,000…
  • eLearning: Color Design Challenges

    IconLogic
    28 Jun 2015 | 6:16 am
    by Sally Cox     This is the first in a series I am creating on "eLearning Challenges." Over the coming weeks I will address common issues I run into when designing eLearning projects and offer tips for solving them.   Color as a Training AidI use color to train learners to interact with my eLearning content. For instance, I use a single color for all of my interactive objects. In the image below, there are several interactive buttons. Although the buttons might look different, they are similar in color.     By only using a specific color on interactive objects, users become…
  • eLearning: How to Pick an LMS

    IconLogic
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    by Ashok Sharma   Picking a Learning Management System (LMS) to host your eLearning content is a crucial, but often overlooked, step in the eLearning development process. The problem is, there are several LMS vendors from which to choose. Which LMS fits best within your budget, your eLearning development software, your learner's technology, your training objectives, and your instructional design initiatives? How to Choose the Right LMS for Your Business Purchasing an LMS is a big decision for any organization. In fact, you'll find that the price for an LMS can range from free to…
  • Adobe Captivate: Custom Freeform Shapes

    IconLogic
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:56 am
    by Kevin Siegel Smart Shapes were introduced in Adobe Captivate several years ago. Similar to PowerPoint's Shapes feature, Smart Shapes in Captivate allow you to draw stars, ovals, banners, and more on a slide. Once drawn, it is easy to switch from one Smart Shape to another (without having to redraw).To draw a Smart Shape, visit the Shape tool and select any one of the Shapes. One the slide, drag your mouse to draw the shape. If you're unhappy with the Smart Shape (perhaps you meant to draw a star but you drew an oval), visit the Properties Inspector and, assuming the shape you…
  • Adobe RoboHelp 2015: First Look

    IconLogic
    11 Jun 2015 | 1:33 pm
    by Willam van Weelden Adobe released RoboHelp 2015 last week, a major upgrade sporting several enhancements. This week we take a first look at some of the big changes. Ribbon Based InterfaceThe menu has been redesigned to make RoboHelp easier to use. Options are sensibly arranged and menu inconsistencies have been cleaned up. Lesser known features like search synonyms are much easier to find and use. Small improvements, such as working with tables, make editing content much easier. One of my favorites is the Locate Item tool. Open a topic and select an image or a Captivate movie. Click the…
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  • Microsoft Manual of Style – 4th Edition: Review

    Rahul Karn
    18 Jun 2015 | 2:46 am
    Mother of all style guides for technical language, also I guess the best book for technical writing 4th edition is now available with lot of new addition – Microsoft Manual of Style.First thing which attract my attention is Microsoft style and Not Microsoft style in the 3rd edition it was Correct and wrong.I forgot the number of times in my ten years career when this authoritative reference volume helped me settle the style arguments that would never have been settled otherwise.Before 3rd edition, it was famous as MSTP.In this edition, Microsoft kept up well with the dynamics…
  • Qualification for technical writing

    Rahul Karn
    5 Jun 2015 | 2:40 am
    ApraDocs Information Developers Students Job Profile and QualificationDelegate's with different jobs and qualifications join ApraDocs Information Developers for the better prospects and bright professional future. Education is the best investment and it always pay back, so do not waste your time in thinking and join our training program now at Noida and Delhi.We do not guarentee job, but till now most of our students are working with best companies.
  • "Login" or "Log in" also which is better "Log in" or "Sign in"?

    Rahul Karn
    25 May 2015 | 2:29 am
    "Login" or "Log in" also which is better "Log in" or "Sign in"?Few months back on our LinkedIn group very common but very interesting topic was discussed.Thought to share it with by blog readers also.Please do not forget to add your comments also.Thirumala VenkateshAs a noun, use login. As a verb, use log in.5 months agoAltaf AkhaiIt depends on which style guide you are using. The usage of these terms are very well explained in MSTP. It says, use Log In and Log Off.5 months agoPhilip MagnierYes, two words as a verb, one as a noun. I personally prefer log on to log in but both are…
  • Some unseen side of Rajasthan

    Rahul Karn
    29 Apr 2015 | 6:04 am
    This post doesn't have to do anything with Technical writing in Jaipur or Rajasthan. Enjoy some traditional images of Rajasthan through my lenses. Do not forget to give your feedback.Homemaker in the traditional kitchenVintage Public Transport, still you can see this in many parts of RajasthanCould you Guess? Air cooler of MaharajasChurma cooking in the traditional wayContemporary Vegetable MarketCheque is presented with jaggery
  • Important Questions for Developers, Testers and Technical Writers

    Rahul Karn
    27 Apr 2015 | 5:49 am
    Questions to Ask at Kick-Off Meetings of Software Development/Web Development/Information DevelopmentIn fact what you are going to read below is applicable for planning of development, testing, usability or documentation.1.  Define purpose/vision for the siteWhat is the purpose of the site? What are the goals of the site?2.  Develop goals for the siteHow would you define a successful website for your organization?  What does success look like? How will you know when you have been successful?How would you describe the site?From an organization’s viewpoint?From a user’s…
 
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  • Color bind

    Ann Wylie
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Yes, Communicator, you can make your copy more colorfulHow can scanning old news headlines, getting a quick education from Wikipedia or asking your BFF and research assistant Google a question or two save a boring story?By helping you add concrete detail to your message in 30 minutes or less.One of my favorite editing assignments is to turn dry, abstract message into colorful copy — without going back to the subject matter expert for an interview.Here are some simple approaches you can use to find juicy details that transform your story from “meh” to masterpiece, along with…
  • Activate the passive voice online

    Ann Wylie
    27 Jun 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Write subject-verb-objectPeople understand the active voice more easily than the passive voice.According to Jan H. Spyridakis, author of “Guidelines for Authoring Comprehensible Web Pages,” people:Remember active sentences verbatim better than passive ones. (Blount and Johnson, 1971)Read active sentences faster than passive ones. That may be because active sentences are usually shorter than passive ones. (Bostian 1983)Preferred the active voice and found it more familiar than the passive voice. (Bostian 1983)Found active copy easier to read than passive copy. (Kintsch 1993)So…
  • Hit list

    Ann Wylie
    20 Jun 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Lists top the list of blog posts that get sharedIf David Letterman taught us one thing during his tenure as host of Late Night, it’s that people love lists.Readers insist on lists. Write your content in this format, and watch your social media shares go up. Image by Ana C.It’s no wonder, then, that when Fractl and Buzzstream recently analyzed more than 200,000 articles from June to November 2014, lists topped the list of top 5 types of blog posts that get shared:Lists. Break your story into bullets, add an intro and conclusion, and you’re good to go. Counting down from 10 to…
  • Avoid Institutional Narcissism

    Ann Wylie
    13 Jun 2015 | 10:00 pm
    You’re so vain, you probably think this piece is about youRichard Roll, an economics professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, studies narcissism in CEOs. Turns out the more narcissistic executives are, the more likely they are to overrate their skills and make bad business moves.In one 2010 study, Roll used a simple technique that’s been validated by psychologists to gauge executive narcissism: He counted the number of “I’s” they used in their communications.The first-person pronoun — “the vertical pronoun,” as Pulitzer…
  • Take me away

    Ann Wylie
    6 Jun 2015 | 9:01 pm
    ‘Transporting’ stories change readers’ mindsHave you ever been lost in a story?Transport me When they get lost in a transporting story, readers are more likely to sync their attitudes with the story’s content. Image by Kevin DooleyHave you ever looked up and found that hours, not minutes, have passed since you turned on your Kindle and that you are in fact in your own bedroom and not at the palace, about to be crowned queen?Have you ever rewritten the end of a story in your mind, so that, say, Nick and Daisy get together at the end of The Great Gatsby?Have you ever…
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  • Death Moto 3 for PC (Windows 8/7/XP) or Mac : Free Download

    Happy Raj
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:51 am
    Death Moto 3 is generally based on a simple and easy concept. The gamers are given an option to choose their motorbikes from a wide range of motorbikes. In addition, they will have to equip themselves with weapons in order to become the most powerful character on the track. The ultimate objective of the users is to win the race by driving their bikes on the track at high speed in order to overcome the enemies and hurdles that come their way. Make sure you avoid accidents and traffic that come your way. You can make use of your weapons and guns to demolish your enemies on road. Your aim is to…
  • Download Real Skate 3D for PC (Windows 8/7/XP) or Mac

    Happy Raj
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:55 am
    Real Skate 3D was initially developed for Android and iOS platforms but due to its increasing popularity it was later introduced for PCs too. In order to start with the game, the user will have to make use of their fingers for providing momentum to the skateboard. The gamers will have to take care of the obstacles that come their way. They will have to dodge or skip those hurdles in order to progress in the game. Real Skate 3D features two different characters, one being a boy and other being a girl. You can choose any one of them as per your choice. In addition, there are two power- ups…
  • The Best 5 Call Blocker Apps for Android/ Windows/ iOS and Blackberry

    Happy Raj
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:29 am
    Spam calls have become quite common these days. Most of us face the problem of unwanted calls and text messages from unknown users. Moreover, there are numerous call blocking applications available for smartphone users these days, which is an excellent way to block unwanted users from calling or texting you. These call blocking apps enable the smartphone users to block numbers of spam callers and other anonymous users. However, with plenty of call blocking applications available for smartphone users, it becomes very difficult for the user to choose the best one. So, here we have shortlisted…
  • Download RGB Express (Puzzle Game) for PC ( Windows 10, 8, 7, XP)

    Happy Raj
    13 Jun 2015 | 7:48 am
    RGB Express is an amazing puzzle game in which the player is held responsible for the logistical success of deliveries. This means that the user will have to deliver couriers at different locations and for this you will have to make a path for your delivery vans. The player will have to draw the path or routes for their delivery van in such a way that each package gets delivered at their exact locations without any mistake. After deciding the route for your delivery van simply press the play button and watch your van delivering packages at the specified locations. Also, remember that you can…
  • Archery Master 3D for PC (Windows 10/8/7/Xp) – Free Download

    Happy Raj
    6 Jun 2015 | 4:15 am
    Archery Master 3D is the latest archery game. For all those who love archery games, will find Archery Master 3D quite interesting and thrilling. Even if you have not tried your hands on any archery game before, you will surely love this game. The users must be acquainted with the basic rules of playing Archery. This game not only offers amazing archery experience to the users but also enables them to improve their archery skills while playing the game. The main objective of the gamers is to shoot on the given targets and in the meantime the users will also face various difficulties. The users…
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  • Line for PC – Download Line Messenger for PC / Windows / Laptop

    VR
    21 Jun 2015 | 7:25 am
    Line Application for PC version for both Mac and Windows, allows us to have synchronized all the conversations we have in our smartphone and in the same way, chat windows we have on our PC, they will automatically sync with your Smartphone, by PC line the best instant messaging application . Also you can chat make Free calls from your mobile phone to another, from a smart phone to a computer from a PC to a Smartphone or PC to PC. Line PC is the best IM application, download messaging and installs LINE in minutes, can make free calls with Line PC . Line PC, is a PPP Japanese IM and is…
  • Kik For PC – Download Kik Messenger for PC / Windows / Mac

    VR
    21 Jun 2015 | 7:25 am
    Kik Messenger is the instant email program used by millions of people around the world on their mobile devices such as Android, iOS, Windows Phone and even Symbian is free, no cost and we also have alternatives to use Kik Messenger for PC . Kik offers instant email and text and also enables users to share photographs, sketches, voice messages and other content. The system requires each user to register a user name as identification. Download Kik Messenger For PC Since your mail application was created for mobile devices, even there is no official application for computers, but it is not…
  • Download Subway Surfers for PC (Windows & Mac)

    VR
    21 Jun 2015 | 7:18 am
    Know you like to play this game on your home computer, so I want to help by giving you some tips for you to accomplish download Subway Surfers PC and can play on your computer with your operating system Windows , so no more I’ll have to explain as you can enjoy it with just a few simple steps. Subway Surfers For PC To enjoy this game you have to download an emulator for Windows that emulates the Android environment on your PC, there are hundreds of them, only the need to download from Google, you will find it much easier than it looks and in a few clicks you’ll have it installed…
  • Whatsapp for Nokia – Download Whatsapp for Nokia Mobile Phone

    VR
    21 Jun 2015 | 7:17 am
    Hello friends today I will show you how to download WhatsApp Messenger for Nokia . As most of you know WhatsApp is one of the favorite applications to all users worldwide. We are more than 500 million people who use this medium to communicate daily. WhatsApp gives us the opportunity to stay in touch with our friends and family from anywhere in the world for free, either mediates messages, videos, voice messages, pictures, and everything instantly and free. scroll down to Download Whatsapp for Nokia WhatsApp is compatible with all major operating systems on the market, iPhone, Nokia, iOS,…
  • Download & Install Tango for PC Windows 8/7/Xp/Laptops Free

    VR
    21 Jun 2015 | 7:15 am
    Tango for PC is the PC version of the new Tango IM app available for almost all mobile devices running Android, Iphone and Windows Mobile operating systems. Tango for PC gives you the opportunity to settle this fantastic app on your pc or laptop. Tango for PC is, along with Whatsapp for PC and WeChat for PC , one of the instant messaging app’s most successful. Currently there are more than 100 million users worldwide who use Tango for PC to communicate with family and friends. However, it is different from other applications, including Viber for PC. It not only allows you to send…
 
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  • Is Your PhD at the Cost of Your Mental Health?

    Kalpesh
    5 Jul 2015 | 11:26 pm
    There is a significant increase in the mental health problems in the PhD community and though it is a less evident concern but a mammoth surely. I have often come across posts about PhD students suffering from depression, insomnia, imposter syndrome, food disorders and so much so as suicide attempts. The mental concerns bring up a daunting effect on the physical self as well. I have no qualms in admitting that I have been a victim of depression during my teenage years. Being into a doctoral programme now, I thought I would easily become alert to the symptoms, if at all they resurface for me.
  • Zero Draft: A Stage Before the Rough Draft

    Kalpesh
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:25 am
    At the very beginning of the writing process many people are blocked. I perceive the reason for getting stuck is largely because of expecting to be able create an absolutely PERFECT piece from the first day itself. When we begin to write, we expect from ourselves to be able to generate from our creativity and skill: The perfect choice of words Perfect sentence structuring Accurate spelling and grammar Streamlined ideas Expecting this perfectionism from self rather becomes a deterrent than a motivator. It is a cause of blocking up your writing at the initial stages. I think so!  It may be…
  • Role of Emotional Intelligence in Qualitative Research

    Kalpesh
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:30 am
    There has always been a very special place for emotions and emotional understanding in the field of qualitative research. Focus groups, IDI’s, ethnography for a long time have had the preference over other techniques in an attempt o comprehend the underlying traits that guide the consumers towards decision making.  It has been proven by researchers and psychologists that the most obvious indicator of true feelings are not words but body language, ironically!!  It becomes debatable if we talk in context of what  per cent of communication is through  facial expressions so I would not get…
  • The Journey from Approval to Printing of Your Thesis as a Book!

    Kalpesh
    2 Jun 2015 | 9:51 pm
    The publisher has accepted your proposal and he is ready to publish the book you attempted in the initial stages of your journey as an academic writer. At this stage you will have to be finalising a lot of terms with your publisher. You need to be very sure before actually making any commitment. Be cautious and think well on these terms at least: 1. Date of delivery: finalise on the date of delivery, keeping in mind your schedules and taking the advice of previously experienced authors and the most suitable date for publication. 2. The details about the illustrations, tables , figures and…
  • Why should researchers write an Article for a Magazine?

    Kalpesh
    31 May 2015 | 11:39 pm
    I got an opportunity to write an article for a renowned magazine in my city. Excited at the opportunity, I quickly drafted the outline for the article in a very structured manner, using bullet points to highlight the key issues that I wished to cover. I kept the content of my article focused upon my experiences as a part time research scholar with a job in hand. It was easy for me to put on paper my experiences, more so, while I was going through them. I incorporated incidents and experiences that I had gone through. The experiential approach to the article was liked and approved by the…
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  • AMD Are They Making A Move

    RedFeather
    3 Jul 2015 | 1:42 pm
    AMD and any Company     One thing is for sure it dose not matter what size your company is even if just the beginning of a new dream baby or a major multi billion dollar company growth and restructure is paramount . Becoming stagnant in the world of business could cause certain catastrophic collapse […]Continue reading... The post AMD Are They Making A Move appeared first on grep Haxs.
  • Censorship And Propaganda

    RedFeather
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:42 am
    Censorship and Google What is this all about and whom makes the green or red paddle decision ? I do not have all the answers and as a matter of fact my answers could be few to none . But really what dose Censorship mean ? I could run out and get some links defining […]Continue reading... The post Censorship And Propaganda appeared first on grep Haxs.
  • Adjusting The Signal With Chromecast

    RedFeather
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:47 pm
    Adjusting the Chromecast   The first Question the first hundred or so readers of this article are going to ask is , what the heck is chrome cast ? And the other hundred owe so readers , there hearts are going to pumping saying yes some new protocol adjustments . And there is the next […]Continue reading... The post Adjusting The Signal With Chromecast appeared first on grep Haxs.
  • Garage Strait To The Couch

    RedFeather
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:36 pm
    Garage and Obama Thats right Obama went back to some of old stomping grounds apparently right down the street from were Obama used to live a gentlemen runs a pod-cast out of his garage . Now whether it was brought to people on there couch or there car is debatable because believe me wen I […]Continue reading... The post Garage Strait To The Couch appeared first on grep Haxs.
  • Marketing What Is It About

    RedFeather
    22 Jun 2015 | 11:14 am
    Were dose Marketing begin Marketing begins with your dream baby the moment you have an idea and product the great push of the product . There are many products out there some similar in the liking to which makes it a doggy eat doggy world . The first person to get the bone gets to […]Continue reading... The post Marketing What Is It About appeared first on grep Haxs.
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  • Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge – Part I

    admin
    5 Jul 2015 | 11:58 pm
    Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge – Part I Here you will find Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge. Go through the questions and test your GK. 1. In order to ensure the safety of endangered species of wild life, ‘Project Tiger’ was started by Govt. of India. To start with which National [...] The post Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge – Part I appeared first on Online MCQ Linux, Online MCQ Oracle, C Programming, C Sharp, BCA Mathematics, Computer Fundamental, Data Communication and Networking, Multiple Choice…
  • Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge – Part II

    admin
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge – Part II Here you will find Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge. Go through the questions and test your GK. 11. Presently, who among the following is the chairman of Securities and Exchange Board (SEBI) of India.? a. U.K.Sinha b. Anand Sinha c. R.S.Sharma d. Dilip [...] The post Solved Multiple Choice Questions on General Knowledge – Part II appeared first on Online MCQ Linux, Online MCQ Oracle, C Programming, C Sharp, BCA Mathematics, Computer Fundamental, Data Communication and Networking, Multiple Choice…
  • What is Group by and Order by Clause in SQL

    admin
    12 May 2015 | 10:52 pm
    Here we will understand and learn What is Group by and Order by Clause in SQL. What is GROUP BY Clause? The GROUP BY clause group rows on the basis of similarities between them. You could, for example, group all the rows in the PLAYERS table on the basis of the place of residence; the [...] The post What is Group by and Order by Clause in SQL appeared first on Online MCQ Linux, Online MCQ Oracle, C Programming, C Sharp, BCA Mathematics, Computer Fundamental, Data Communication and Networking, Multiple Choice Question.
  • What are different types of Operators used in SQL

    admin
    12 May 2015 | 3:38 pm
    Introduction to Different Types of Operators used in SQL Let’s start to learn what are different types of operators used in SQL. In the WHERE clause, a condition is used to select rows from the intermediate result of the FROM clause. There selected rows from the intermediate result of the WHERE clause. The  WHERE clause [...] The post What are different types of Operators used in SQL appeared first on Online MCQ Linux, Online MCQ Oracle, C Programming, C Sharp, BCA Mathematics, Computer Fundamental, Data Communication and Networking, Multiple Choice Question.
  • What is SQL Select Statements

    admin
    12 May 2015 | 7:31 am
    What is SQL SELECT Statement? SQL’s most powerful feature is its ability to extract data. We can simply extract data in the same form in which it was entered into the database or we could query the database and obtain answers to questions that are not obvious from the basic data. Each SQL SELECT statement [...] The post What is SQL Select Statements appeared first on Online MCQ Linux, Online MCQ Oracle, C Programming, C Sharp, BCA Mathematics, Computer Fundamental, Data Communication and Networking, Multiple Choice Question.
 
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  • How to Color a Page in Microsoft Word

    Tech Dwarf
    4 Jul 2015 | 4:41 am
    If you feel that your documents are too simple and sometimes boring, Microsoft Word offers you simple function how to make the page colorful. This is of course recommended only for informal correspondence, but for leaflets and invitations is it really useful and the document become unusual and more interesting. How to change the page color in few seconds read instructions below. Changing color instructions: Launch the Microsoft Word 2010 text editor. Switch to the “Page Layout” tab. Choose “Page Color” dropdown in “Page Background” section and choose the desired color. To get more…
  • How to Complete Backup Mozilla

    Tech Dwarf
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:02 am
    If you are using Mozilla’s software such as the Firefox web browser, e-mail client Thunderbird, but also complete web package Sea monkey, the simple freeware program MozBackup may come you handy. This application will take complete care of backup of all stored data. The program is created in form of wizard, you might be surprised by his first start if everything seems like to be and installation wizard, but actually it is the application itself. So, in instruction below read how to go through this wizard and make your backup. Installation MozBackup instructions: Open your Internet browser,…
  • How to Burn Movies on DVD in Windows 7

    Tech Dwarf
    30 Jun 2015 | 8:42 am
    Microsoft Windows 7 operation system allows the user to burn data directly in the Windows Explorer application, but if we want to make custom DVD containing our movies, photos and music we have to use Windows DVD Maker tool. How to create such a media you can read in instructions below.   Burning DVD Instructions: Insert the blank DVD into the burner. Go to “Start > All Programs“ and launch „Windows DVD Maker“. Click on „Add items“ button at the main navigation bar and locate files you want to add into DVD and click on the „Add“ button. Write name into the “DVD…
  • How to Change a Mouse Sensitivity

    Tech Dwarf
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:51 am
    Every user has different needs and requirements for every customizable component; we change wallpapers, fonts, used programs, keyboard, language, etc. Of course the same settings are available for mice. We can set mouse more or less sensitive, set double-click interval, swap buttons, etc. How to find mouse settings in Microsoft Windows operation system you can read in instruction below.  Changing mouse sensitivity in Windows: Go to “Start > Control Panel > Mouse”. Switch to the “Pointer option” tab. Specify motion speed of the cursor by dragging the slider. If you set the mouse…
  • How to Correct Red Eyes on a Photo

    Tech Dwarf
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:44 am
    It sometimes happened that you take some pictures on your digital camera and when you download them into a computer you realize on some photos have people red eyes. It is simply caused by reflection of flash in the eye pupil, bot what now? Actually we are offered some image software that can help us with this unpleasant situation, in this article I am going to show you how to correct the digital image in freeware application Picasa. Red eyes correction instructions: Download, install and launch Picasa, locate the desired image and double-click on it. In the left pane click on the “Redeye”…
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