Earning a certificate from IT Training is a great way to enhance your skills in areas like Microsoft Office, web development, and creating graphics. Office 2016 is here, so we’ve updated some of the series workshops (note major changes to the Access series). The process is the same. You take a series of related IT… Read more »
Life at IU is easier when you’re tech savvy. That’s where IT Training comes in. We’re offering workshops and webinars in August and September, so you can start taking advantage of the tech resources available to you before the semester gets too hectic. Here’s what we’ve got in store: Essential Resources Technology Resources for Students… Read more »
I’m sure this isn’t going to be the most advanced tip you have ever came across, but this new way of organization changed the way I manage my files. Today I’m going to show you how you can Photoshop, paint, PowerPoint, or whatever your favorite software is for creating simple block graphics in order to… Read more »
By default, the rulers in PowerPoint display measurement in inches. The same is true of the other Microsoft Office applications. If you prefer to view and work with metric units, this setting can be changed from within Microsoft Word and Excel (via Options > Advanced > Display) but not from within PowerPoint.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 includes many useful new features that make it easy for users to do everything they need to do from within the program. We can now edit images, audio clips, and even video without ever opening another application. While these editing capabilities are fairly limited, they are still extremely handy when you are trying… Read more »