In today’s Tech Tip Chet introduces Cloud Backups – of both mobile devices and computers. Whether you’re using a Smartphone/iPhone, iPad/Tablet or Desktop/laptop computer a Cloud Backup could really save your backside (by saving your data, your important files, photos, etc). Chet reviews the use of iCloud in his iPhone as well as the laptop backup service he uses (Backblaze).
In today’s Tech Talk Chet introduces the concept of Cloud Synchronization, or how to use connected devices to share changes in specific apps or data (documents, calendar, etc).
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares three websites he uses to help with writing – whether it’s your next book, white paper, eBook, blog post, or speech/presentation.
You’ll see an introduction to:
Dictionary Search portal – http://www.onelook.com
Synonyms – http://www.thesaurus.com
Character interview – https://www.writingclasses.com/toolbox/character-questionnaire/gotham
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet shares a free, easy to use resource that will convert your PDF document into an edit-able Word document. This is unique among similar tools as it does so while keeping the formatting (photos, layout, etc) and it is FREE! You’ll find the tool at www.PDF2Word.com.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares an overview of the three (3) main ways to share a Word (Word Processing) document with clients, collaborators or the world: Sharing as a PDF document, sharing as an Application document, sharing to collaborate
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares four quick tips to help you become more efficient when editing with MS Word. You’ll learn (or review) how to select one word, sentence, or paragraph; how to view your longer documents in the Thumbnail view; how to Find and Replace text, and how to adjust case (uppercase / lowercase) of specific words or an entire passage. “15”]
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares 4 tips to help you increase efficiency using MS Word software. You’ll learn how to set your default font, set-up a document that will auto adjust the date, use the shortcuts to show/hide the “Ribbon” (menu), and how to use the Developer menu to create your own fill in the blanks form. “]
In this morning’s Tech Tip I shared how to use Tabbed Browsing in a web browser to increase your efficiency while surfing the web. Here are the keyboard shortcuts when using Tabbed Browsing on any of the most common web browsers (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. Mac/Apple Computer ‘Command’ + ‘t’ = Open a New […]
In today’s Tech Tip, Chet Davis shares what he uses to share longer URLs (website addresses)… this can be helpful if you are attempting to share one of those really long website addresses. Maybe it’s a page on your Blog or your website, or a report you came across online you wanted to share with your tribe on social media. In this video Chet provides an introduction to one of the many website shortener services available. He uses https://app.bitly.com.
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis shows how you can increase your efficiency when using websites (internet resources). Tabbed browsing allows you to have multiple web sites/pages open at the same time and quickly switch between them rather than having to click on a window and open that full-screen.
As shown in the video – on a Mac open a New Tab on your web browser with ‘Command’ and ‘T’ – while on a Windows computer you can do this with ‘Control’ and ‘T’. To switch between open tabs on your web browser, click ‘Control’ and the ‘Tab’ key.