Monthly Archives: September 2013

No More Clunky Documents

Whether you are working on a thesis or a project report, any lengthy document can be cumbersome to work with.  Two new enhancements to Word 2013 that I really find useful are the ability to expand and collapse headings and to … Continue reading

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Get to know iOS7

Get to know iOS7: Design changes See what Macworld has to see about iOS7.

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Digital Note Taking: Tips and Tricks for Keeping Track

by Zach Peterson The whirlwind hustle and bustle of the new semester is behind us, and everyone is starting to settle in and focus on their studies. Whether you take notes on paper or digitally, your notebooks can get awfully … Continue reading

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From Blah to Beautiful

All of us have messages that we want to share with others, and let’s face it. Most of us don’t want to stare at pages of plain text all day. How do we go from busy, text filled pages to … Continue reading

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Simple Markup: Easy on the Eyes

Recently I’ve been exploring some of the new features in Office 2013. While there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of major upgrades to the Office Suite, there are a few changes that I really do like. One thing in … Continue reading

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The Cloud is Rolling In

I can hear the thunder. Adobe Creative Cloud is almost here! This fall we will be updating from Adobe CS6 to the most current CC (Creative Cloud). Aside from getting the most updated version of Creative Suite, SMU machines also … Continue reading

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