Toggle Between Selecting Table Text and the Entire Cell

  • 13 June 2016
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Toggle Between Selecting Table Text and the Entire Cell
When you incorporate tables into your InDesign layouts, you'll likely need to either edit the text within the cells or edit the cells themselves. So whether you select the table text or the entire cell depends on the task you need to accomplish. To begin, just click the Type tool inside the cell you want to edit. Next press [Esc], which will select the entire cell contents. Press [Esc] again to select just the table text. Use this key to toggle between the two selection options.

IT Career Paths

  • 13 June 2016
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IT Career Paths
The IT industry offers a multi-pronged career roadmap in key technology areas for individuals new to the field and IT professionals in transition. Regardless of the path chosen, CompTIA credentials can be essential stepping stones in achieving this goal. CompTIA CertMaster is the perfect first step to get you started preparing for your exams.

Save Character Styles in Libraries for Easy Reuse

  • 6 June 2016
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Save Character Styles in Libraries for Easy Reuse
Most designers have a commonly used font, whether it's for body text, headlines, a corporate logo, or just a fun funky style. One of the great benefits of Creative Cloud Libraries is the ability to capture a character style and then easily apply it to any text later. To do this, first add some text to your canvas and format it to your liking. Choose Window > Libraries, and select your preferred library from the Libraries panel pop-up menu. 

Draw Network Diagrams with Stencils

  • 6 June 2016
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Draw Network Diagrams with Stencils
Creating and interpreting network diagrams is a key skill for any network administrator or engineer. To help you get started, Cisco offers free stencils for many different products in Visio format. You can download these stencils and find out how to use them at the following web page:

Create your own Customized Toolset

  • 6 June 2016
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Create your own Customized Toolset
Using Windows XP, you can create your very own toolbox with only the tools inside that you need to do a specific job for your users. Click on Start | Run, and type mmc and press [Enter]. This will open up a blank Microsoft Management Console shell which you can add snap-ins to by accessing the Add/remove snap-in option from the File menu. After you've added your toolset, be sure to save your console for later use.

Trick to Handling Broken CDN References for Libraries

  • 6 June 2016
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Trick to Handling Broken CDN References for Libraries
Calling CDNs (content distribution networks) for commonly used libraries can help performance by taking advantage of the browser's cache to save on loading time. However, one big downside is that a CDN may not be always be available. This is especially true if your content can be accessed offline or through an intranet.

Quickly Discover the Meaning of an Error Number

  • 6 June 2016
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Quickly Discover the Meaning of an Error Number

Sometimes a client or software program may report a SQL Server error number without the description. For example, you may see a reference to Msg 109, or some other cryptic number. To determine the error, simply query the sysmessages table in the master database. For example, to find out what Msg 109 means, issue the following query:

Show a Warning Dialog Box Again

  • 6 June 2016
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Show a Warning Dialog Box Again
Photoshop warnings are a useful teaching tool for uneducated users, but they sure can get annoying! If you're quick to select the Don't Show Again check box before you even read–let alone head–the warning, never fear. There is a way to get the prompt to display again. Follow this simple trick: Choose Photoshop > Preferences > General (Edit > Preferences > General in Windows) to open the General Preferences panel. 
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