Enlarge Your Font Preview for Easy Pickings

  • 5 July 2016
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Enlarge Your Font Preview for Easy Pickings
When you’re trying to find the perfect font for your designs, it can be a tough go when your font preview is too small; you can’t really see what the font looks like. The quick fix is to increase the preview size. Just choose InDesign > Preferences > Type (Edit >Preferences > Type in Windows), select Large from the Preview Size pop-up menu, and click OK.

Centralize Access Point Administration

  • 5 July 2016
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Centralize Access Point Administration
Configuring multiple access points individually can be tedious and error-prone. To centralize administration, some access points have a cluster option, so that one configuration applies to all APs.

CompTIA Certification: Not Just for Humans

  • 29 June 2016
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CompTIA Certification: Not Just for Humans

CompTIA's certs are so out-of-this-world that we decided to pair them up with some of our favorite aliens and extra-terrestrials. These beings spend most of their time studying new life forms and saving the world, but we like to think they’d fit pretty well into the IT world. Whether you’re human, superhuman or another species entirely, there’s a CompTIA certification out there for you.

Instantly Find a Contact in Outlook

  • 28 June 2016
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Instantly Find a Contact in Outlook
If you need to find a contact in Outlook but you only remember part of their email address, just type what you remember into the Find A Contact text box on the main toolbar and press [Enter]. If Outlook finds more than one contact with matching information, it presents a Choose Contact dialog box with all matching contacts listed. If Outlook finds a single match, it opens the Contact form for that match.

Use this Shortcut to Perform Multiple Transformations on an Object

  • 28 June 2016
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Use this Shortcut to Perform Multiple Transformations on an Object
When you need to perform multiple transformations on an object, but you aren’t sure which transformation you’ll perform first, no worries. There’s just one keyboard shortcut you need to know: [command][T] ([Ctrl][T] in Windows). This activates the Free Transform tool from which you can perform a multitude of transformations including rotate, skew, and scale. If you want to choose from a specific transformation, once the Free Transform tool is activated, [control]-click ([Right]-click in Windows) to display a pop-up menu listing the different transformations, and then choose one.

Easily Create Copies of SQL Server Tables

  • 28 June 2016
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Easily Create Copies of SQL Server Tables
In this case, SQL Server creates a new table, Employees2, which matches the exact structure of the Employees table, and copies all the data into it. If you don't need the data in the new table, you can always TRUNCATE Employees2.

Simple Shortcuts to Help you Edit DataGrid Data

  • 28 June 2016
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Simple Shortcuts to Help you Edit DataGrid Data
You're probably aware that you can use the [Esc] key to cancel an entry before leaving a cell and use the [Home] and [End] keys to move to the beginning or end of the current row. However, the DataGrid also supports several other shortcut keys that can help you during data entry. For example:

Three top IOS Commands to Foil Dictionary and Brute Force Attacks

  • 28 June 2016
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Three top IOS Commands to Foil Dictionary and Brute Force Attacks
With advanced dictionary and brute force attack techniques, hackers may be able to break into your network through repeated login attempts. Cisco IOS contains a number of commands to help you keep the hackers at bay, while also allowing legitimate users to retry logging in if they failed due to a typo or brief memory lapse. Here are three of the most useful commands for this purpose:
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