Position Graphics Perfectly Using Word's own Graph Paper

  • 31 May 2016
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Position Graphics Perfectly Using Word's own Graph Paper
When it comes to placing drawing objects in just the right spot, eyeballing it may seem like your only option. As you know, this can produce less-than-desirable results. Instead of relying on such shaky methods, why not display non-printing gridlines behind your drawing objects? 

Four Basics to get .NET Unit Tests Working in Visual Studio

  • 31 May 2016
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Four Basics to get .NET Unit Tests Working in Visual Studio
Microsoft Visual Studio has built-in unit-testing features, which allow you to write procedures to call various parts of your .NET code and check that the results are what you expect. Typically, the testing procedures make use of the Assert object; if an assertion fails, then the test fails; otherwise, the test succeeds as long as no errors or exceptions are encountered.

Add Visual Interest to PDFs with Page Transitions

  • 31 May 2016
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Add Visual Interest to PDFs with Page Transitions
If you want to add an interesting visual effect to a PDF presentation, consider a page transition. Whether you want a dissolve, fade, or even a glitter transition, Acrobat has a look to suit any audience! First, open the PDF. Open the Page Thumbnails panel, click on the Options pop-up menu, and choose Page Transitions. Select an option from the Transition pop-up menu, and then set the Direction and Speed options. 

A Handy Site to Test your Domain's SSL Security

  • 31 May 2016
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A Handy Site to Test your Domain's SSL Security

After the heartbleed bug was announced, a number of sites cropped up to tell you if your domain appears to be vulnerable. However, even if your site doesn't contain this OpenSSL bug, that doesn't mean your SSL is secure. There are a number of other common SSL security flaws, such as supporting the obsolete SSL 2 standard, not supporting the latest TLS standard, and not supporting Forward Secrecy.


The Power-user Setting all users Should Have

  • 31 May 2016
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The Power-user Setting all users Should Have

Many users keep the Microsoft Windows default of "Hide extensions for known file types," whereas power users often deselect that option so they can see the file extensions for all files. You might think that if other users want to hide extensions, that's fine for them. Unfortunately, hiding extensions makes users more vulnerable to viruses and Trojan horses that can compromise the entire network. 

Get more Versatility from AutoFill

  • 31 May 2016
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Get more Versatility from AutoFill

If you perform a lot of data entry, then you probably use Excel's AutoFill feature to save time and fill a series in your spreadsheet. By default, the Fill handle creates a series from lowest to highest, or ascending order. But, if you want a series to extend from highest to lowest, or descending order, it's a snap to do.

Finish What You Started

  • 27 May 2016
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Finish What You Started

It's crazy how the time has flown. Have you finished your New Year's resolution yet? Are you halfway through? Have you started it? No matter what the rain check is on your resolution status, don't be discouraged. There is still time to finish your resolution as long as you start right now. Tweet: No matter what your resolution was, you can still achieve it by the end of the year as long as you start now.


Secure the Infrastructure Housing your Database

  • 24 May 2016
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Secure the Infrastructure Housing your Database
Make sure the Oracle host is in a locked room with limited access, redundant power, and fire protection systems. Don't just assume that this is the case. Check it out yourself or confirm it with the administrator responsible for that machine.
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