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March 31, 2006

Free Training Videos for Microsoft Office Applications

Here are 7 video.google.com searches for free educational and training videos covering the Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and Publisher, along with 2 links for free OpenOffice videos. These should give you a good flavor of what kinds of free videos are available at this site and how to search for them.

Free Microsoft Word Training Videos

Free Microsoft Excel Training Videos

Free Microsoft PowerPoint Training Videos

Free Microsoft Outlook Training Videos

Free Microsoft Access Training Videos

Free Microsoft Publisher Training Videos

Free Microsoft Office Training Videos

Free OpenOffice Training Videos

Free Open Office Training Videos


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Free Add-ins, Templates, and FAQ for Microsoft FrontPage

Here are some good free resources for add-ins and learning more about FrontPage, from microsoft.com. Included here are links to the FrontPage Add-in Center, 69 FrontPage Web Templates, FrontPage Themes, and Frequently Asked Questions for FrontPage 2003.

FrontPage Add-in Center

The Add-in Center was designed to provide a place where thousands of developers and designers that use FrontPage can download and submit add-ins. It also provides access to FrontPage newsgroups, where users of all types can discuss FrontPage, add-ins, downloads, and more with their peers.

69 FrontPage Web Templates

13 FrontPage Themes


FrontPage 2003 Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to frequently asked questions about FrontPage 2003.

Q.What new tools and functionality does FrontPage 2003 offer?
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FrontPage 2003 is the Web site creation and management program with the tools, power, and features to deliver better results. FrontPage 2003 empowers users with advances in three key areas:

Designing. Create better-looking Web sites with the FrontPage 2003 layout and graphic design tools.

Coding. Generate better code more quickly with powerful scripting and editing features that push your programming to new heights.

Extending. Extend the power and reach of your Web site with rich interactive Webs connected to live data from a variety of sources, and a range of publishing options.


Q.What type of servers does FrontPage 2003 support?
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Web sites created with FrontPage 2003 can be published to any server—including Microsoft Windows® 2000, Microsoft Windows NT®, and UNIX—even if it doesn’t support Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions. FrontPage 2003 also provides support for publishing to both File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) servers. The optimal combination is to use FrontPage 2003 in combination with Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services on Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003. This enables you to access the entire set of new functionality in FrontPage 2003, along with improvements to the way you did things in Microsoft FrontPage version 2002 and FrontPage 98.

Q.I’ve heard that there are no FrontPage 2003 Server Extensions. Is that true?
A.

Microsoft has continued to make investments in FrontPage 2003 to enhance the overall customer experience, based on customer feedback and the changing role of server extensions in our overall product offerings. As we examined our options, it became clear that the best solution was to create a new and radically more powerful server story—Windows SharePoint™ Services—and eliminate the need for server extensions beginning with FrontPage 2003. Today, the optimal combination for FrontPage is to use FrontPage 2003 in combination with Windows SharePoint Services. This allows you to access the entire set of new functionality in FrontPage 2003, along with improvement to the way you did things in FrontPage 2002 and other previous versions of FrontPage. For more information about these changes, see FrontPage server configuration options and features.

Q.Are you ending all support for server extensions on previous versions of FrontPage?
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While we are eliminating investment in the development of future server extension versions, we will continue to support existing server extensions on the Windows and UNIX/Apache server platforms. We will also update the FrontPage 2002 server extensions to support Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS 6.0), but will not add any additional Web site authoring functionality.

Q.What is Windows SharePoint Services?
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Windows SharePoint Services is the engine for creating Web sites that enables information sharing and document collaboration, increasing individual and team productivity. It is a key piece of the information worker infrastructure delivered in Windows Server 2003. It also provides additional team services and sites to Office and other desktop applications, as well as serving as a platform for application development.

SharePoint sites take file storage to a new level, from saving files to sharing information, and helping team members to work together on documents, tasks, contacts, events, and other information. SharePoint sites also enable team and site managers to easily manage site content and activity. In addition, the environment is designed for easy and flexible deployment, administration, and application development. Learn more about Windows SharePoint Services.

Q.What features require Windows SharePoint Services?
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All of the live data-driven Web site features in FrontPage 2003 require Windows SharePoint Services. Some of these features include data-driven Web sites, XML support, the Data Source Catalog, Web package templates, and Web Parts.

Q.What does the ability to support Extensible Markup Language (XML) mean for FrontPage 2003 users?
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XML is a condensed form of Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) that enables developers to create customized tags that offer flexibility in organizing and presenting information. XML makes it easier to transition content from internal systems onto the Web using FrontPage. FrontPage lets you define how XML documents that follow any customer-defined schema will be formatted on a Web page by authoring Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLTs) directly within the FrontPage editor.

Q.What are data-driven Web sites?
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Enabled by Windows SharePoint Services, FrontPage 2003 easily allows you to modify and present live data from sources such as Windows SharePoint Services data, XML, Web services or OLE Database (OLEDB) data sources to create sophisticated data-driven Web sites that both lower your maintenance costs and allow users to post to the Web using just a browser.

FrontPage also supports a complete set of WYSIWYG (“what you see it what you get”) tools for creating and modifying XSLT Data Views on a variety of data sources including XML files, databases, and XML SOAP services. These Data Views include industry-standard reporting tools for sorting, grouping, filtering, and conditionally formatting data. Users can create high quality, dynamic Web pages for presenting live data using these tools.

Q.What browsers does FrontPage 2003 support?
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Sites created with FrontPage 2003 can be viewed in any browser. In fact, FrontPage 2003 allows you to target specific browser or screen resolutions, or see how your site will look in various combinations of browsers and resolutions—including simultaneous previewing of multiple browsers.

Q.What are the system requirements for FrontPage 2003?
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See FrontPage 2003 system requirements.

Q.How much does FrontPage 2003 cost?
A.

Find FrontPage 2003 pricing and licensing information.

Q.How is FrontPage 2003 licensed?
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It will be licensed as a stand-alone product. Find FrontPage 2003 pricing and licensing information.

Q.Can I order a trial version of FrontPage 2003?
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Yes. Find more information about getting the FrontPage 2003 trial software.

Q.Is FrontPage 2003 included in Microsoft Office 2003 Editions?
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No. FrontPage 2003 is available as a stand-alone program only. Learn more about what programs are available in Office 2003 Editions.

Q.Can I modify a file made with FrontPage 2003 in previous versions of FrontPage?
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Yes. You can use previous versions of FrontPage to modify Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) pages created in FrontPage 2003. However, you cannot modify content created with new features, such as .aspx pages (created in Microsoft ASP.NET) that include the Data View Web Part or Dynamic Web Templates.

Q.Can I use FrontPage 2003 to work on files created in previous versions of FrontPage?
A.

Yes. You can use FrontPage 2003 to open, modify, and enhance Web pages created in previous versions of FrontPage.



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March 30, 2006

Dynamic HTML (DHTML) Training Course

This is a freely available training course covering the material you need to learn and understand Dynamic HTML (DHTML) and to develop attractive, compelling, and interactive web sites. This training course teaches you how to use DHTML and how its collection of technologies are designed to work together. For each training module below, a link for text-only training content is listed first, followed by the link for computer based training (CBT) with Graphics, for which the quizzes are not freely available and Internet Explorer is required. Dynamic HTML: DHTML and Style Sheets: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/m3twu CBT training: tinyurl.com/r2j4w In this training unit, you’ll learn how Cascading Style Sheets, scripting languages, advanced multimedia effects, and data binding all work together to help you create compelling Web-based documents and applications. Dynamic HTML: Using JavaScript: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/my5ox CBT training: tinyurl.com/oeygt In this training unit, we’ll examine a basic requirement of Dynamic HTML — a scripting language for instructions. We’ll briefly compare the two major scripting languages available, and why JavaScript is a strong choice. We’ll also begin examining the basic building blocks of JavaScript, including statements, blocks, and comments. Dynamic HTML: Objects and Events: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/lpyra CBT training: tinyurl.com/l795a In this training unit, you will learn what an object model is and how it relates to raw data. Dynamic HTML: Styles and Content: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/reeaj CBT training: tinyurl.com/qayno In this training unit, you’ll learn about dynamic styles. This DHTML feature lets you dynamically change the characteristics of style elements during runtime. You’ll learn how to change font styles, sizes, and colors. Dynamic HTML: Data from Other Sources: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/ngyeu CBT training: tinyurl.com/m73d7 In this training unit, you will learn about the differences between traditional forms of server-side data binding and newer forms of client-side data binding. You will also learn how DHTML client-side data binding has made advances over early methods of JavaScript client-side data binding.

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Excel 2002 Training Course

This freely available Excel course focuses on preparing you to take the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Excel 2002 Core exam. It assumes familiarity with Excel 2000 or Excel 2002, and is intended to assist users in reviewing how to use Excel 2002 in developing and creating spreadsheets. In this course, you will review the Excel 2002 features used when working with cells, including entering data into cells, editing cells, moving cells, and creating hyperlinks in a spreadsheet. For each training module below, a link for text-only training content is listed first, followed by the link for computer based training (CBT) with Graphics, for which the quizzes are not freely available and Internet Explorer is required. Excel 2002: Working with Cells: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/j9fqf CBT training: tinyurl.com/znau3 In this unit, you will explore the types of data that can be entered into a spreadsheet, as well as ways to select a cell and format its contents. Excel 2002: Working with Files: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/gvt8x CBT training: tinyurl.com/z8ofj In this unit, you will discover how to locate and open a file using different search options. You will also learn how to use Excel to create folders to help you organize your files. Finally, you will use templates to create workbooks. Excel 2002: Formatting Worksheets: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/fdr6n CBT training: tinyurl.com/hczjz In this unit, you will learn different methods for applying formatting changes to cells, including font changes, borders, patterns, and background color. Excel 2002: Page Setup and Printing: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/jd45b CBT training: tinyurl.com/zyeor In this unit, you’ll learn how to preview and print worksheets, and you’ll learn how to use the print options available to you in the Print dialog box and the Print Preview window. You’ll also learn how to preview a worksheet as a Web page before you convert it. Excel 2002: Worksheets and Workbooks: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/ekcjj CBT training: tinyurl.com/kmwcu In this unit, you will learn how to insert and delete rows and columns. You will also learn how to hide and unhide rows and columns. Finally, you will learn how to freeze and unfreeze rows and columns, and split a worksheet. Excel 2002: Formulas and Functions: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/ermab CBT training: tinyurl.com/k8cvd In this unit, you will be working with formulas. You will learn how to create a formula by typing and by selecting cell references. You will also learn how to revise formulas. Excel 2002: Charts and Objects: Text-only training: tinyurl.com/j8zng CBT training: tinyurl.com/l4zre In this unit, you’ll learn two ways to create a chart. You’ll learn how to create a default chart quickly. You’ll also learn how to create a chart specific to your needs using the Chart Wizard.

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March 29, 2006

Flash Reference Guide

This is informit.com‘s excellent Flash Reference Guide. The following are the articles and tutorials in their Macromedia Flash Reference Guide. This guide mainly covers both curent and previous versions of Flash,.

Flash Reference Guide

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March 28, 2006

Illustrated Tutorials for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

The following are illustrated tutorials of how to perform many tasks and functions in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. These are courtesy of  the Center for Instructional Materials and Computing at the University of Wisconsin.
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Basics of Word 2000 – 2002

Module Objectives:
Upon completion of this module students will have the skills necessary to:

Create a new blank document

Use the Save As command

Open and edit a document

Change fonts and sizes

Insert page numbers into a document

Copy, cut, and paste text

Recover the last thing deleted

Insert indents, numbered lists, and bulleted lists

Create line spacing

Insert a picture into the document

Create a table

Create a header and footer

Modify margins

Create page breaks

Preview and print a document


Basics of Excel 2000

Module Objectives:
After completing this module students will have the skills necessary to

Define basic spreadsheet concepts

Open and Save files

Enter and edit data in a worksheet

Sort data

Format a worksheet

Perform calculations

Create and format charts

Set a page display and printing options


Microsoft PowerPoint 2002

Module Objectives:
After completing this module students will have the skills necessary to

Create Presentation Graphics

Type slide text

Create a New Slide

Menus

Insert tables

Slide Design

Slide transitions

Custom Animations

Add presentation notes

Print notes and slides

Run a slide show manually or automatically



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March 23, 2006

User Guides for Word and Excel

Here are 2 well written and informative Microsoft Office user guides, one each for Word and Excel. The Word booklet is aimed for the type of user who is familiar with Word and would like to learn and use some of its more advanced features. It is aimed particularly at those who compile large documents, books, reports, etc. The Excel booklet helps you learn some basics, along with charting, pivot tables, Gantt charts, and using Excel as a database. Two video viewlet tutorials are also linked to in the Excel section below.

Using Word – 25 page guide in pdf format


Fonts, Text
Tables
ShortCut Keys
Section Breaks
Headers & Footers
Equations
Proofreading / Managing revisions

- Track Changes
– Merging revisions
– Resolving Proposed Changes
– Comments
Templates
Styles


- Using Styles
– Creating Styles
1. Create by example
2. Automatic style changes
3. Format styles via style dialog box
– Changing Styles
– Identifying TOC (table of contents) styles
Master Documents

- Creating a master document and subdocuments
Creating a Contents Page
Creating a Contents page for a Master document
Updating a contents
Creating an Index
Creating Forms
Tips on incorporating images


Using Excel  – 21 page guide in pdf format


The Excel Screen
Functions exclusive to Excel
Worksheet Navigation
Formatting Entries
Using Formulas, Functions (including Statistics Functions)
Copying / Moving
Controlling the worksheet View

- Windows Arranged
– Freezing columns and rows
– Splitting the screen
Printing
Spreadsheet Charts
Preparing a scatter graph
(watch a viewlet)Error bars
(watch a viewlet) Inserting a Trendline

- Example: Bradford’s
– Example: Error bar data
The Excel Database

- Database Table Rules
– Searching a Database
Pivot Tables
Creating Gantt charts
  - Creating a Dynamic Gantt Chart


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March 22, 2006

Photoshop Reference Guide

Informit.com offers reference guides on several areas of software, IT, and application development. The following are the articles in their Adobe Photoshop Reference Guide. This guide mainly covers Photoshop CS and Photoshop CS2, and there are also articles for previous versions of Photoshop.

Photoshop Reference Guide


Table of Contents

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March 21, 2006

Microsoft Word Tutorials, Helps, Tips, and Tricks

Shauna Kelly, a Microsoft MVP, provides many excellent Microsoft Word online tutorials, helps, tips, tricks, and a FAQ. These have a special emphasis on Word styles, formatting and numbering.


Sharing Microsoft Word documents


Downloads


Resources




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March 20, 2006

Free Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript Training Course

This is a freely available training course covering the material you need to learn and understand how to program and develop Flash applications using Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript. Audience: This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to use the ActionScript component of Flash MX. Text-only training content: Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Getting Started: tinyurl.com/s6qnh Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Directing and Managing Movies: tinyurl.com/n26w5 Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Using Variables, Properties, and Functions: tinyurl.com/qjug9 Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Creating Objects and Interactive Elements: tinyurl.com/ngqdm Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Working with Text, Buttons, and Menus: tinyurl.com/ocw9n Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Statements, Expressions, and Testing: tinyurl.com/lh4us Computer Based Training with Graphics: (quizzes not freely available, Internet Explorer required) Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Getting Started: tinyurl.com/n9gmu Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Directing and Managing Movies: tinyurl.com/rnd32 Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Using Variables, Properties, and Functions: tinyurl.com/qnzs5 Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Creating Objects and Interactive Elements: tinyurl.com/nkepz Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Working with Text, Buttons, and Menus: tinyurl.com/mo8th Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript: Statements, Expressions, and Testing: tinyurl.com/ogklj

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Free CIW Foundations Certification Exam Training Course

This is a freely available training course covering the material you need to learn and understand in order to pass the CIW Foundations Certification Exam. Audience: This course is for anyone who is interested in learning the fundamentals of the Internet and the World Wide Web, and for anyone preparing for the CIW Foundations exam 1D0-410. Text-only training content: CIW Foundations 1D0-410: The Internet and the World Wide Web: tinyurl.com/gduav CIW Foundations 1D0-410: E-Mail, FTP, Newsgroups, and Telnet: tinyurl.com/eakg8 CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Objects, Plug-Ins, Viewers, and Security: tinyurl.com/kgslf CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Search Engines and E-Commerce: tinyurl.com/j63au CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Page Authoring and HTML Coding: tinyurl.com/ga8w2 CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Graphical Elements, Hyperlinks and Tables: tinyurl.com/h6es3 CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Forms, Images and Frames: tinyurl.com/zh75l CIW Foundations 1D0-410: HTML Editors and Extensions: tinyurl.com/jddym CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Networking, Protocols, LANs and WANs: tinyurl.com/e62yd CIW Foundations 1D0-410: TCP/IP, Internet Addressing and Servers: tinyurl.com/fvdqf CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Scripting, Connectivity and Security: tinyurl.com/jg4aj Computer Based Training with Graphics: (quizzes not freely available, Internet Explorer required) CIW Foundations 1D0-410: The Internet and the World Wide Web: tinyurl.com/lqnty CIW Foundations 1D0-410: E-Mail, FTP, Newsgroups, and Telnet: tinyurl.com/r3q57 CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Objects, Plug-Ins, Viewers, and Security: tinyurl.com/rwwy8 CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Search Engines and E-Commerce: tinyurl.com/lje59 CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Page Authoring and HTML Coding: tinyurl.com/nbpub CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Graphical Elements, Hyperlinks and Tables: tinyurl.com/qxaze CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Forms, Images and Frames: tinyurl.com/rpmag CIW Foundations 1D0-410: HTML Editors and Extensions: tinyurl.com/pzo3u CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Networking, Protocols, LANs and WANs: tinyurl.com/omz7t CIW Foundations 1D0-410: TCP/IP, Internet Addressing and Servers: tinyurl.com/laa8j CIW Foundations 1D0-410: Scripting, Connectivity and Security: tinyurl.com/osxpn

Microsoft Office Reference Guide

Informit.com offers reference guides on many areas of software, IT, and application development. The following are the articles in their Microsoft Office Reference Guide. This guide covers Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, FrontPage, Publiser, Visio, and OneNote. Microsoft Office Reference Guide: www.informit.com/guides/guide.asp?g=msoffice Table of Contents Surrealty: An Organic Case Study: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=4 Working with Microsoft Word: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=5 Accelerating Your Knowledge of Excel: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=20 Maintaining a Positive Outlook: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=36 “Where Are My Socks?” Accessing Your Important Information: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=55 Presenting Professionally with PowerPoint: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=66 Posting a Web Site with FrontPage: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=123 Publish or Perish: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=132 Get Visual with Visio: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=136 Tools That Integrate Your Office Applications: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=143 Getting Organized with OneNote: www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=msoffice&seqNum=151

March 16, 2006

Microsoft Word Tutorial

Western Carolina University offers this Microsoft Word tutorial which will help you learn and become much more familiar with many of features and functions of Word. It gives concise step-by-step instructions on how to perform these tasks while showing the appropriate screenshots of Word running in both the Windows and Macintosh operating systems.

Microsoft Word Tutorial

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Editing
Appendix

Microsoft Excel Tutorial

Western Carolina University offers this Microsoft Excel tutorial which will help you learn and become much more familiar with many of features and functions of Excel. It gives concise step-by-step instructions on how to perform these tasks while showing the appropriate screenshots of Excel running in both the Windows and Macintosh operating systems.

Microsoft Excel Tutorial


Table of Contents



Microsoft Powerpoint Tutorial

Western Carolina University offers this PowerPoint tutorial which will help you learn and become much more familiar with many of features and functions of PowerPoint. It gives concise step-by-step instructions on how to perform these tasks while showing the appropriate screenshots of PowerPoint running in both the Windows and Macintosh operating systems.

Microsoft Powerpoint Tutorial


Table of Contents


ASP.NET 2.0 Free Book

This freely available book (accessible from this blog post) gives web developers real-world scenarios of the new code features in ASP.Net 2.0 (ASPdotNet). It includes samples in both Visual Basic (VB) and C# (CSharp) that demonstrate how to constuct and develop ASP.NET 2.0 software applications. This book is for programmers and developers who are making a transition to ASP.NET 2.0. ASP.NET 2.0 Book: ebook.blogfa.com/post-32.aspx

Photoshop Crash Course

Here is a Photoshop Crash Course, courtesy of www.webmonkey.com, containing six lessons. This course steers you through the Photoshop fundamentals, starting with cropping, changing mode, resizing, and file formats. It also explains and demonstrates the all-important selection tools and filters, and then teaches you typesetting basics (inside: text tool, anti-aliasing, layers, and the rule of 51). Next, this free online Photoshop course demonstrates how to use the Path tool and shows you the ins and outs of merging graphics seamlessly. Then the author shows you how to make your very own NASCAR racer. Then the finer points of cutting stuff out and adding shadows are explained. Photoshop Crash Course: www.webmonkey.com/design/graphics/tutorials/tutorial1.html Lesson 1 – Cropping, resizing, file formats: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/98/20/index0a.html Lesson 2 – Selection tools, filters: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/98/20/index1a.html Lesson 3 – Text, layers: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/98/20/index2a.html Lesson 4 – Merging graphics, paths: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/98/20/index3a.html Lesson 5 – Faking images: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/98/20/index4a.html Lesson 6 – Making illustrations: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/98/21/index1a.html Also, here is Webmonkey.com‘s Photoshop 7.0 Overview: Photoshop 7.0 Overview: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/02/16/index1a.html New and Improved: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/02/16/index1a_page2.html Just Browsing: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/02/16/index1a_page3.html What a Heal: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/02/16/index1a_page4.html The Great Brush Off: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/02/16/index1a_page5.html To Buy or Not To Buy?: www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/02/16/index1a_page6.html

March 14, 2006

Web-Wise-Wizard – A Web Developers Internet Toolbox

Learn how to plan, develop and promote your Website using modern web design principles offered by web-wize-wizard.com. Free tutorial sections are provided on HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Internet, web graphics and Photoshop. Web-Wise-Wizard – A Web Developers Internet Toolbox: www.web-wise-wizard.com/

March 13, 2006

Free Quick Reference Cards for Excel and FrontPage

These quick reference cards for Excel and FrontPage supplement traditional hands-on training. Each card outlines the most common tasks, illustrates shortcuts, include screen shots and how-to text on each software application. Free Excel 2000 Quick Reference Card: www.quickreferencecard.com/CardsNonPrint/FrontPageXPQP.pdf Free FrontPage 2002 Quick Reference Card: www.quickreferencecard.com/CardsNonPrint/Excel2000%20QP.pdf

Free Books for Web Design, Development, Programming, and Scripting

This site hosts many free books covering web design, development, programming, and scripting. Areas covered include the following: HTML, DHTML, Shockwave, ColdFusion, IIS, Website Marketing, Perl, CGI, Javascript, VBScript, ActiveX, and VBScript. Free Books from docs.rinet.ru: docs.rinet.ru/ Here are some of the web design and website development books available at this site: Web Design, Construction And Publishing: Apache Server Survival Guide CGI Programming Unleashed CGI Manual Of Style Web Scripting Web Programming Desktop Reference Web Programming Unleashed HTML by Examples Using HTML 4.0 WebMaster Solutions Web Publishing With HTML Graphics and Web Page Design: Web, 3D and VRML Web Publishing, Professional Ed. Web Marketing Creating Commercial Web Sites Guide To Sizzling Web Sites ShockWave WebPages ColdFusion Designing And Implementing Microsoft IIS Dynamic HTML in Communicator Perl: Perl 5 In Examples Quick Reference To Perl Perl In A Week Perl 5 In Web Programming CGI Programming With Perl 5 Other Scripting Languages: Using JavaScript JavaScript Style JavaScript In A Week VBScripts Unleashed ActiveX And VBScript Client-Side JavaScript Guide Client-Side JavaScript Reference

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