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Archive for November, 2010

Help! Outlook 2010 Keeps Freezing and then Restarting!

Are you using Outlook 2010?  Does the application freeze up and restart every time you attempt to open certain email messages?  Are you frustrated?  Are you thinking about uninstalling Outlook 2010 and reinstalling Outlook 2007?  If so, read on…

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No Print Day — November 18th — And a paper saving tip!

The Bloomington Professional Council has named November 18th, 2010 No Print Day. This is a day that staff are urged to avoid printing documents, and think about how they could avoid printing in the future.

Of course, you must print eventually, so here’s a quick and easy way to save paper when you do.

When printing out a multi-page document, most of us are familiar with how to print on both sides.  But did you know you can print multiple document pages to a single sheet of paper?  Here’s how(your printer might vary these instructions):

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Get an early look at Acrobat X!

If you didn’t get a chance to join us for our Acrobat X launch event a couple of weeks ago, you can now view the recording. See many of the new features of Acrobat X, including the entirely new interface, new Sharepoint features, and new PDF Portfolio creation.

Acrobat X will be available for IU Faculty, Staff and Students on IUware soon.

Acrobat X Presentation

Updated iOS app for

Based on the most recent statistics, the training offerings appear to be rather popular with the IU community. And they have made another change recently that is likely to only make it easier for those who use an iOS-based device (iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad) to get to their fine work…

The app [free!] available in the iTunes Store now works with the IU login method.

Using it is very easy:
1. Install the free app on your iOS device.
2. Open the free app, and push the “login” button.
3. In the login screen, flick toward the bottom, so you see the “web portal access” button, and push it.
4. In the URL field, enter the URL for the IU training portal:
and be certain the “Remember this URL” switch is ON, then push the blue Go button.

You’ll be prompted for your CAS Authentication information (your IU username and passphrase), and once you type that in properly, you’ll be whisked away into the training library!

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