Search results “Visual studio tools options menu” for the 2011
Test Tools Configuration & Settings in Visual Studio
Have you visited the treasures of Visual Studio Menu bar tools | Options | Test Tools lately? The options to enable disable prompts on creating, editing, deleting or running manual/automated tests can be controller from here. The default test project language and default test types created on a new test project creation could be selected/unselected from here. Ever wondered how you can change the default limit of 25 test results, this can again be changed from here. If you record a lot of Web Tests and wish for the web test recorder to start with "that" URL populated, well this again can be specified from here. If you haven't so far, I would urge you to spend 2 minutes in the test tools options...
Views: 11171 VisualStudioBytes
A Simple Menu Strip VB.NET Tutorial
A simple tutorial showing how to make use of the menu strip in a simple VB.NET application.
Views: 52191 Chris Odom
How To: Get the Toolbar back In Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
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03-Adding a menu bar to a Visual Basic program
This video shows how to add a menu bar to a Visual Basic form and name it correctly. Coding menu items is covered in the following two videos.
Views: 26123 Andy Wicks
Visual Basic - Custom Controls With Custom Properties
http://www.jdsitecare.com In this video tutorial i will show you guys how to create custom controls and assign custom properties to our controls...In this case 1 control. We will be creating our control as a class file and inside that file is where we will create our properties for Mouse Hover, Mouse Leave events. The difference here is the colors can be chosen via the properties panel instead of coding them in via code view. I messed up on showing how to add a icon to the control in the toolbox as you will see at the end but remembered what i missed, follow these instructions. 1) Click the image you added to your Resources 2) In the Properties under Build Action change it from None to Embedded Resources. That should fix that issue. Controls can be downloaded below: http://jdsitecare.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/TxtBox.zip
Views: 35047 Networking26
How to Use Basic Tools In After Effects
Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 To begin, open Adobe After Effects and start a new project. You'll notice all of your windows are empty because nothing is in your session.  Navigate up to the top menu bar and click File -- Import -- File. Search for a file to import in the Import File dialog box that appears and click Open. *You could also click and drag a file from your desktop and drop it into the Projects window. Any time you import anything, it will be stored in the Projects window for easy access. Next, you'll want to create a Composition, which is the window in which your movie or edited graphics will be made. To do so, navigate to the top menu bar and click Composition -- New Composition or press Command+N on your keyboard.  This will reveal the Composition Settings dialog box. Name your new Composition and choose a Preset, Pixel Aspect Ratio and Resolution before clicking OK. Zoom in and out of your Composition using the scroll wheel on your mouse, or press Command+(plus sign) or Command+(minus sign) on your keyboard. To place a file in your Composition, click and drag one of your imported files from the Project window and drop it into your Composition window. In the top tool bar are various tools. Starting from the left, they are as follows (the letters in parentheses represents the keyboard shortcut used to access the tool): * Selection Tool (V) * Hand Tool (H) * Zoom Tool (Z) * Rotation Tool (W) * Unified Camera Tool (C) * Pan Behind Tool (Y) * Rounded Rectangle Tool (Q) * Pen Tool (G) * Horizontal Type Tool (Command+T) * Brush Tool (Command+B) * Clone Stamp Tool (Command+B) * Eraser Tool (Command+B) * Roto Brush Tool * Puppet Pin Tool (Command+P) *If you can't see your tool bar, make sure the option is checked under Window in the top menu bar. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/adobe-after-effects/learn-the-toolbar/basic-tool-overview/
Views: 214196 mahalodotcom
VideoToGif - Android App From Scratch - #6 - Creating Options Menu
In this part of the series I begin creating an options menu, grab a few good looking icons and create the .xml file so that I can have a settings activity to set many needed settings for my application. http://code.google.com/p/videotogif/
Views: 3689 QuackWare
Corel Draw second lesson Arrange menu
Corel Draw tutorial about how to use options from arrange menu. This tutorial is mainly for beginners.
Views: 12527 Aleksandar Boskovic
Visual Basic Tutorial - 38 - ToolBox
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BbLearn: Add Course Menu Item
To add an item to your course menu, click the plus sign in the upper left. We're going to go through each option. For Create Content Area, I'm going to show you a Content Area already that's on the menu, titled "Information". A Content Area is an empty folder of sorts, within which you can build content (such as an item, a files, or a URL), you can also deploy Assessments, such as Tests or Assignments, or add interactive tools such as Discussion Boards and Journals. Create Blank Page would be a perfect place to put your Syllabus. This make a single, HTML coded file, which will display text, images, links, etc... just like a website... but don't worry, Blackboard will do all the coding for you. You just type here or you can copy/paste from a document on your computer, and then use the features of the what-you-see-is-what-you-get editor to add formatting. We'll cover this editor in depth in another video. For now, I'm just going to click submit. Going to take us back into Edit Mode. When you create a blank page, it's going to take you out of Edit Mode, but just go ahead and go back in. Up to the Plus sign, and then Create Tool Link. This will establish a link to a specific tool area, and display all the items therein. For example, if I select Journals, all the journals that have been created in this course, and all those Journals I create in the future, are going to appear here, under this tool link. Next, we have Create External Link. This is particularly useful for directing students to important websites that are outside of Blackboard. Those that are of particular interest or import, or which they will need to access all semester. This would be an excellent place to put a link to the campus help desk, or perhaps to your own instructor biography website. For now, I'm just going to create a link to google. Once created, I can decide whether this link opens inside the course, as it's set to now, or if it opens in a new window. Create Module Page is next. A module page is what you see here, on the page I've called "Notifications". Each box or "module" provides some form of live-updated information, such as Announcements, My Tasks, or To Do items. You can add or delete modules from these pages to suit your course. Create Subheader allows you to type a title to help organize information on your course menu. I'm going to type "Course Information" and move this up to the top. Next, I can create "Course Content" and "Communication Tools". These Subheaders are not clickable, but they help give structure to the menu. Lastly, Create Divider is another organization tool. It provides a simple, solid line, which you can place between items on your course menu. Sometimes it isn't easy to classify all your links with Subheaders, but dividers provide organization and structure, quickly and easily.
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Visual Basic Express 2008/2010 File Menu Tutorial
I though i'd quickly go over using the tool and menu functions in visual basic. youtube ---------------------------------------------- Main Channel: http://www.youtube.com/T3hTechi3s Website: th3techies.com ---------------------------------------------- Gaming Channel: http://www.youtube.com/Techiesgaming
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Windows 7 - Performance - Visual Effects - Advanced System Settings
Windows 7 ships with the full Aero experience, including animated menus, windows, tool tips, etc. If you want (or need) to get maximum performance from your PC, you can turn off these visual effects and save RAM and CPU cycles. Your system will be faster, more responsive, and more stable. Here is the path to the fully optimized best performance settings (see video for greater detail): Start, Control Panel, System and Security, System, Advanced System Settings, Performance, Visual Effects, Adjust for Best Perfomance See my other videos for more help and tutorials. If you found this video tutorial useful, please Subscribe for updates and new info.
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Excel 2003 Tutorial Setting Toolbar & Menu Bar Options Microsoft Training Lesson 34.1
Learn how to set toolbar and menu bar options in Microsoft Excel at www.teachUcomp.com. A clip from Mastering Excel Made Easy v. 2003. Get the complete tutorial FREE at http://www.teachucomp.com/free - the most comprehensive Excel tutorial available. Visit us today!
Views: 3458 TeachUComp
Visual Studio - Reset Defaults
How to reset your settings in Visual Studio back to the default. It works even if you've deleted the Folders in Documents
Views: 40242 matt10083
Enable the Windows Explorer Menu-bar in Windows 7
https://www.navitend.com [email protected] https://www.navitend.com/blog/article/enable-the-menu-bar-in-windows-7 Learn how to re-enable the Windows Explorer menu-bar that has been turned off by default in Windows 7. This is the menu that appears on the window you use to browse the files and folders on your computer. In previous versions of Windows, it contained the File, Edit, View, Tools, and Help options by default.
Views: 34834 navitend
c# (Csharp) video :- How to add icons to Menu ?
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New Quick Preferences in Vectorworks 2012
A few new options have been added in Vectorworks 2012 for the Quick Preferences menu, this video tech tip explains them.
Views: 2098 Vectorworks
How to add tooltips to your controls in Visual Basic 2008/2010
This video explains how to add tooltips to any of your controls in your VB.NET Project. Thanks for watching! http://bpforums.info http://brandonsoft.com
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Learn Adobe Photoshop - Setup Overview
Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Mahalo expert Gene Shaw explains how to set up the Preferences in Photoshop. About Setup Overview --------------------------------------------------------------------- Many of the more complex programs that you may encounter such as Adobe After Effects, Flash or Final Cut Pro have optional settings that you can adjust to allow these programs to work with both your specific computer as well as various file formats. While it's entirely possible to jump right in head first and begin using the program right out of the box, if you take the time to set up a few options you'll find that you can achieve much better results and yield a greater performance out of Photoshop. 1. Let's start with the Preferences Menu. Click on the Photoshop button in the top left corner (to the left of File). Drag your mouse down to Preferences, then click Performance. 2. On the screen, you'll see a section on the top left titled Memory Usage. Below it is Scratch Disks. On the right is History and Cache. All of this is showing how Photoshop specifically interacts with your computer. Setup Overview --------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Next, click on Edit in the top bar (to the right of File), then click Color Settings. You'll see a section called Working Spaces. 4. Under RGB you'll want to choose the setting called Adobe RGB, directly above Apple RGB. When you're done click OK.5. The third thing you want to set up is also under the Edit menu called Keyboard Shortcuts. When you click on this a menu will pop up that shows your various keyboard shortcuts and menus. 6. Go ahead and look through these to become familiar with what's offered. You can also make changes accordingly to suit your personal needs. Two shortcuts in this menu under Tools that you might want to change are the Gradient and Paint Bucket Tools. By default, Photoshop applies these shortcuts to the letter G, but you may want to change them both to K because that's the letter shortcut used in Flash. After You Get Started --------------------------------------------------------------------- Over the course of the next few lessons you'll be looking at the Preferences menu, the Tools menu and every panel so you'll know where to find any setting that you need to find. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-setup-overview/
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Learn Adobe Photoshop - Filter Menu
Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Mahalo expert Gene Shaw gives a comprehensive Photoshop filter menu tutorial. http://www.gargoyle1.com/ About the Filter Menu --------------------------------------------------------------------- Much of the power of Photoshop comes from its Filter Menu. Inside the Filter Menu you can select and edit various tools. This is the most involved menu Photoshop has. There are 14 sub-menus within the Filter Menu. Each item on these sub-menus is going to produce entirely different results.  Filter Gallery --------------------------------------------------------------------- You find the Filter Gallery third from the top in the Filter Menu. Once you select this, your image is going to open in a new window. On the right side of the window there are six tabs, each one corresponding to one of the filter's sub-menus.  You can choose from Artistic, Brush Strokes, Distort, Sketch, Stylize and Texture. If you open any of these options from the Filter Menu directly, it will simply open up the Filter Gallery option. If you open any of the galleries, a visual reference will open showcasing each of the options available. The options are represented by a small thumbnail of a sailboat in the style of the filter. This should give you a basic understanding of what to expect when you select each filter.  Pick one of the presets here and your image will automatically be transformed using the default settings of the filter you have chosen. On the far right of the screen are the setting's Adjustments. Click the sliders and move them around until you achieve the look that you want. Once you're done, click the "Okay" button to apply your new settings to your main image.  Blur and Sharpen --------------------------------------------------------------------- These filters are used to control the overall sharpness of your image.  If you want a softer image, use Blur. If you want a more crisp, clear image, choose Sharpen. Within these categories there are several effects, as well. You can simulate Motion, Lens Filters or even a Lens Blur.  Render Menu --------------------------------------------------------------------- The Render Menu allows you to generate some interesting shapes and patterns with the Fibers, Clouds and Different Clouds options. The Noise Menu will allow you to generate noise patterns within your image and Pixilate breaks your image down into smaller pieces. The Liquify Tool allows you to select any point on an image and warp or "melt" it by dragging the cursor in various directions. You can have a lot of fun distorting images in this manner to achieve a surreal effect.  Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-filter-menu/
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Learn Adobe Photoshop - Analysis Menu
Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Mahalo expert Gene Shaw gives a comprehensive Photoshop analysis menu tutorial. http://www.gargoyle1.com/   About the Analysis Menu --------------------------------------------------------------------- The Analysis Menu will provide you with many of the features that will contain detailed information about your image. This is the smallest menu on Photoshop but it has many applications. The items in this menu help you take and record measurements.  Set Measurement Scale --------------------------------------------------------------------- The first option in the Analysis Window is the Set Measurement Scale. Its default setting is one-to-one in its set to pixels. Here you will be able to set a new scale. You may set your scale using the Ruler tool.  For example, in the space provided you may set the logical units to centimeters. Now any time you measure a portion of your image, the units in the top left of the screen in the Control Panel area are going to be shown as centimeters. You may set this to any unit you like, even one that doesn't exist.  Select Data Points --------------------------------------------------------------------- Next up is Select Data Points. This feature will allow you to control what information you want Photoshop to save. Scroll down this menu and check off any box with information you would like to preserve.  When you are ready to start recording information, simply select the Record Measurements option and the Measurement Log window will appear at the bottom of the screen. Here you will find any measurements you've recorded.  To record a new measurement, make another measurement and select the Record Measurements option a second time. Below these options you will find an area to select the Ruler tool and another for the Count tool. These options can also be accessed through the Tools menu.  Place Scale Marker --------------------------------------------------------------------- The last option is the Place Scale Marker. This will open a window where you can set text and position options and Photoshop will create a scale graphic on your image.  Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-analysis-menu/
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How to customize AutoCAD's ribbon and panels | lynda.com tutorial
This AutoCAD tutorial shows how to create custom ribbon tabs and panels. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/AutoCAD-2011-tutorials/tips-tricks-and-industry-secrets/69089-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-69089-0102 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter one of the AutoCAD 2011: Tips, Tricks, and Industry Secrets course presented by lynda.com author Jeff Bartels. The complete AutoCAD 2011: Tips, Tricks, and Industry Secrets course has a total duration of 3 hours and 48 minutes, and covers everything from shortcuts used in geometry creation, to program customization, to real world solutions to common problems AutoCAD 2011: Tips, Tricks, and Industry Secrets table of contents: Introduction 1. Interface 2. Drawing Tools 3. Text 4. Dimensions 5. Blocks and References 6. Layers 7. Layouts 8. Miscellaneous Tools Conclusion
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Learn Windows 7: Speed Up Your PC Without Visualizations
Sign up for free iOS apps! http://bit.ly/FREEAPPS Mahalo expert Sean Hewitt shows you how to speed up your PC without visualizations in Windows 7. Speed Up Your PC Without Visualizations --------------------------------------------------------------------- If your Windows 7 system is running slow, one modification that may help is to turn down your visual effects. This will allow your computer to think less to move and animate items on the screen. This includes drop shadows, animation, transparency and smooth edges. 1. To open visual effects click on the Start button in the bottom-left of the Taskbar. In the search field, type "adjust performance." Alternately, you can click on the Start button then right-click My Computer. Select Properties at the bottom of the new menu followed by Advanced System Settings. Finally, click on the Settings button under Performance.  2. Within the Visual Effects window, you will see all the effects Windows 7 has. To make your system run faster, click Adjust for best performance followed by OK.  3. Your system will now look plain and simple, but it should run smoother and faster. From the Performance Options menu at the bottom of the screen, select any specific effects you would like to use and then hit OK.  Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-windows-7-speed-up-your-pc-without-visualizations/
Views: 1969 MahaloTech
Learn Adobe Photoshop - Plugins Preferences
Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Mahalo expert Gene Shaw explains how the Plug-ins panel works in the Preferences menu. Plug-ins Preferences --------------------------------------------------------------------- Plug-ins are small programs that are built specifically to work with a certain aspect of a program you're using. There are a variety of filters and visual effects that are designed to work inside Photoshop. The Plug-ins tab inside the Preferences panel is where you decide how Photoshop handles the various plugins. 1. Open the Preferences menu by pressing Ctrl+K (Command+K for Mac) and click on the tab Units and Rulers Preferences. 2. Usually, plugins add some sort of small functionality to the program you're working in. For instance, the HUD Color Picker is an example of a plugin. Certain filters that an independent programmer designs to work in Photoshop are also considered plug-ins. Independently-created ones can be downloaded from the internet. 3. The first option in this panel is the Additional Plug-ins Folder. Check this option and a dialogue box pops up asking you to specify where you would like to save your plug-ins. Choose a folder or make new one. Now, you have directed Photoshop to search for any plug-ins in that folder. 4. The next options refer to the Extension Panels. These determine how Photoshop interacts with the plug-ins. * If you have any plug-ins that need to connect to the internet in order to work, the Allow Extensions to Connect to the Internet box is how you would control whether or not you wish to allow this. * Load Extension Panels determines whether or not they will load automatically when you open a plug-in. It's best to leave this box checked. * Show CS Live in application bar is a personal preference. It depends on whether or not you incorporate CS Live into your own workflow. Check or uncheck this box at your discretion. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-plugins-preferences/
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Wireframe Software & Mockup Tool - Axure
Download a free 30 day trial at http://www.axure.com Axure RP is the leading wireframing software used to prototype business, web, and mobile applications. Axure RP can generate fully interactive HTML prototypes and Microsoft Word specifications. Instead of showing your client a static wireframe, direct your client to a live prototype so they can see what it will look like and how it will interact.
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How to Use Lights In Adobe After Effects
Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Lights in Adobe After Effects work very similarly to lights in real life. You can change their intensity by making them either brighter or darker. You can open and close their cone angle to make them shine a small spotlight or a wide flood light.  Start by creating a new Composition. Navigate to the top menu bar and click Composition -- New Composition or press Command+N on your keyboard. This will reveal the Composition Settings dialog box. Choose your settings and click OK. Navigate back to the top menu bar and click Layer -- New -- Solid. Choose your Solid Settings in the dialog box that shows and click OK. This will create a two-dimensional colored solid in your Composition window. Click the 3D Layer icon in the bottom panel to the left of the Timeline. This will allow you to push the solid back in three-dimensional space so you can shine light from the foreground on to the solid behind it. Select the Type Tool and create some text in the middle of your Composition window. Click the 3D Layer icon associated with this text path to make it three-dimensional as well. Now you're ready to create a Light. Navigate to the top menu bar and click Layer -- New -- Light. This will reveal the Light Settings dialog box, in which you can choose a Light Type, Intensity, Cone Angle, Cone Feather, Color, amount of Shadow Darkness and amount of Shadow Diffusion. Adjust your light's settings and make sure the Casts Shadows box is checked before clicking OK. Right away you'll be able to see a difference in your Composition window. Next, reveal the Material Options for the Text parameters in the bottom panel. Switch Casts Shadows to turn On. You'll notice that a shadow now appears in the background of your Composition window. Feel free to experiment with the placement of your keyframes on your Timeline to create movement with your light. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/adobe-after-effects/animation-and-effects/use-lights/
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PowerShell in Visual Studio
Quick Demo of PowerShell IDE plugin
Views: 5542 Ian Davis
Primavera Risk (Pertmaster) - Edit Menu
Andrew Wicklund at Project Risk Consultants (http://www.prcsoftware.com ) outlines the edit menu in the Oracle | Primavera Risk (Pertmaster) tool.
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Lightroom 3 Preferences - The Interface Tab
http://www.slrlounge.com/category/post-production-tutorials/lightroom-tutorials The Interface tab in Adobe Lightroom 3's Preference Dialogue primarily deals with the adjusting the Lightroom workspace/interface appearance, as well as adjusting some Lightroom's visual functionality. Learning the Interface tab will help you personalize your interface functionality, and interface visuals to suite your style and needs for visual presentation.
Ubuntu 11.04 : MENU PROXY
Menüeinträge wiederherstellen wie im alten Ubuntu echo $UBUNTU_MENUPROXY export UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0 -----reset ---- export UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=libappmenu.so ------------permanent--------- sudo nano /etc/X11/Xsession.d/90environment UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0
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AutoCAD Zoom and Pan
CAD Masters instructional video on zooming and panning in AutoCAD. Part of the CAD Masters books instructional series. http://books.cadmasters.com
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Important Library Menu Features in Lightroom 3
http://www.slrlounge.com/category/post-production-tutorials/lightroom-tutorials Note - For the most part, the Menu System in Adobe Lightroom 3 is largely just another place to access functions that are available through the working interface. However, there are some useful functions that are only accessible through the menu system. So in the next few videos, we will be discussing these more useful and practical functions that we won't be covering in other tutorials. For this third menu video, we are going to cover the Lightroom Library Menu. In this video we will do a brief overview File Rename and Render Previews functions. Both are two very useful features in Lightroom that you need to understand. Enjoy!
How to Make a Slideshow In Adobe After Effects
SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale To create a slideshow, start by importing files into your Composition by either dragging and dropping them from your desktop into After Effects, right-clicking in the Project window and choosing Import -- File, double-clicking inside the Project window or by navigating to the top menu bar and clicking File -- Import -- File. Any one of these actions will reveal the Import File dialog box. Choose the file or files you would like to import (for multiple files press and hold Shift or Command while selecting) and click Open.  When they're brought into your project, they will appear in your Project window. From here, you can select them all and create a new Composition by dragging and dropping them on to the Create a new Composition icon at the bottom of the Project window. This will reveal the New Composition from Selection dialog box, in which you'll choose which dimensions to use and press OK. Now that all of your selected files are in your Composition, you can create an effect, such as a cross dissolve, and have it applied to all of your files over the course of your Timeline. Try this by selecting a file in the bottom panel and enabling the 3D icon. Adjust the Position, Scale and Opacity of this file. This will create keyframes in your Timeline. Then, with your three parameters created, select these keyframes and press Command+C (or navigate to the top menu bar and click Edit -- Copy) to copy these settings. Select the rest of your files in the bottom panel, make sure the play marker is at the beginning of your Timeline and press Command+V (or Edit -- Paste in the top menu bar) to paste these keyframe parameters on to your other selected files. This will apply all of the adjustments you made on the first file to all of your files. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/adobe-after-effects/layers-and-controls/make-a-slideshow/
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Powerpoint - How to make an advanced interactive quiz 2/2
In the second half of this 2 part tutorial I'll show you how to finish off you Interactive powerpoint using a bit more visual basic. All this tutorial requires is Powerpoint 2007 or 2010!
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Learn Windows 7 - Paint
Sign up for free iOS apps! http://bit.ly/FREEAPPS Mahalo expert Sean Hewitt shows you how to use the Paint program in Windows 7.  Painting in Windows 7 --------------------------------------------------------------------- To access the Windows 7 paint program, click on the  Start button in the bottom left of the Taskbar. Type-in "paint" in the search engine and hit enter on your keyboard. This will open the Paint window. Click and drag an image you would like to paint on into the Paint canvass. You can increase the canvas size by clicking and dragging a corner of the canvass to expand it. To move an image on the canvass, click on the Select tool in the upper menu. This will turn your cursor into a cross hairs. Click and drag the cross hairs over the image, which will create a box around it. Now drag the image wherever you would like on the canvas.  If you would like to create a duplicate of the image, hit the Control key and move the image. This will drag a duplicate copy of the image on your canvas.  Click on the Brushes tool in the above menu to paint with a variety of different brushes. Style, thickness and density are all adjustable. You can even add objects by clicking on the various shapes in the above menu.  To change the color of your left click, click on Color 1 in the above menu and select one of the many colors located in the menu to the right. To change the color of your right click, click on Color 2 right next to Color 1 and select another color.  If you click on Edit Color next to the various color options, it will prompt a new window in which you can create a new color to your liking by mixing colors accordingly.  The eye-dropper (located in the Tools section of the menu) allows you to take a color from one object/image and use it elsewhere. By placing the cursor over the desired color, click once and go back to Brushes. You will now paint with the exact same color that you selected.  Lastly, you may also add text by clicking the A button within the Tools section. Click and drag over the canvas to create a text field in which you can type whatever text you like.  Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-windows-7-paint/
Views: 570 MahaloTech
OSIsoft: Add Navigation to the Left Menu Bar. v2.2
SharePoint navigation advice on common navigation tools. In this video, the left menu bar. At http://youtube.com/watch?v=XezVwDAjKhc&list=PL2EA01B4254F816A6 you can see where this video is in the sequence of videos on this topic. If you are a subscriber to our Virtual Learning Lab Environment at http://learning.osisoft.com/Virtual_Learning_Lab_Detail.aspx you can log in to your own personal PI System to use for practice and testing. Video content is copyright of OSIsoft, LLC - 2011. All rights reserved. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited other than for your personal and non-commercial use.
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Learn Adobe Photoshop - What can you do with Photoshop?
SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale What Can You Do with Photoshop? --------------------------------------------------------------------- Photoshop can be used in photography, illustration and web design. Gene and Justin will guide you through this course and show you the many facets of the program. Overview --------------------------------------------------------------------- Photoshop is more than just a tool for photographers. It allows users to use tools and blend effects to achieve results that can be described as a mix between digital painting and photography. Here is a quick run down that briefly explains some of the things that Photoshop can achieve. Photo retouching and image enhancement: the image on the left has been retouched and enhanced to create the image on the right.Image manipulation: the people near the water have been removed and the colors have been brightened slightly.Color correction: the home video image on the left is tinted yellow, so Photoshop was used to give a more proper skin tone to the subject and to alter the background.Image restoration: the photographs on the left sides have been restored and color corrected to become the images on the right sides.Digital matte painting: a combination of painting and photography, mixing photographic elements and paint. This technique is typically used in movies to enhance backgrounds. Design --------------------------------------------------------------------- Logos, web pages and even fashion can be designed with Photoshop. Concepts can be created to allow users to view potential prototypes for many different types of ideas. Photoshop is generally used to create concepts, the preliminary drawings to be used for pre-production purposes. The next step after concept design is illustration, which can also take several forms such as book and magazine covers. Illustration would be concept design taken an extra step further and completed, with the finished draft going to print.  Photoshop is also heavily used for web design. Every aspect of a web page from layout to images to buttons and icons cropped and/or entirely made in Photoshop can be completed with the program. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-what-can-you-do-with-photoshop/
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How to Export a Movie using Final Cut Express v4.01 for YouTube HD 720p and 192 kHz Audio
This short educational video demonstrates how to export a movie from Final Cut Express for YouTube at HD 720p H.264 for the very best visual and audio quality. HD Video by http://www.starbelt.ca Music by http://www.2access.ca Written Instructions: Here is how to export a video from Final Cut Express v4.01 for best results with YouTube.com: make sure your video sequence is highlighted and then: File--Export--Using Quicktime Conversion... Format=Quicktime Movie Click the "Options..." button Make sure Video checkbox is checked Click the "Settings..." button "Compression Type" pulldown menu=H.264 Go with the default settings here (or set Quality to "High" and encoding to "Best quality (Multi-pass)) Click "OK" ignore the "Filter..." button Click the "Size..." button (because it really does matter) "Dimensions" pulldown menu="1280 x 720 HD" (tip: do not use "HD 1280 x 720 16:9") "Preserve aspect ratio using"=clear checkbox "Deinterlace Source Video"=clear checkbox (shoot your video in progressive scan for internet, or deinterlace it if your video was shot interlaced else you'll have lines running thru your video all the time when it is viewed online) (just go progressive.. it is the future, baby!) Click OK Sound checkbox is checked Click "Settings..." Format=Linear PCM Channels=Stereo (L R) Rate=192.000 kHz Quality=Best Sample size=32 bits Little Endian=checked Floating Point=cleared Unsigned=cleared (tip: your video might end up silent if you select 64 bits or floating point.. it seems to break YouTube's encoder if you go beyond 32 bits) "Preview" button is broken, do not bother Play Source=cleared Click OK "Prepare for Internet Streaming"=clear (tip: your choice.. I am still experimenting with this option but clearing this checkmark always yields consistent results so that might be the best option for now.) Click OK enter a filename that delights you Click the "Save" button You will notice your movie starts rendering quickly until about 9% and then it seems to hang for a long time.. do not worry, this is "normal" for Final Cut.. go make some coffee and mow the lawn or something. It will take about 20 minutes to an hour to render most likely, so be patient. The final product is a very sharp looking 1280x720p movie compressed/encoded with H.264 and very crisp audio quality that works well with YouTube.com Good luck! =)
Views: 14440 Clinton Waller
Making Quiz in Powerpoint
The tutorial shows you how to make a quiz using Microsoft Office PowerPoint. The version used here is MS 2010, but, because of having the same interface, the same can also be done on PowerPoint 2007. Read more at my blog: http://abdullahgulraiz.blogspot.com/2012/06/making-quiz-in-microsoft-powerpoint.html
Views: 41397 Abdullah Gulraiz
Demonstration of Linux Mint 10
Demonstration of the Linux Mint LXDE 10 desktop, covering: - Logging in / out - Window Controls - Using the File Manager - The main Panel - main Menu Options - Customizing Themes - Software Manager Linux Mint is built on the Ubuntu platform, but with a different look and feel, more software loaded as standard and a few extra tools. See http://www.linuceum.com/Desktop/linuxDistros.php for details. For instructions on installing Linux Mint, see http://www.linuceum.com/Desktop/InstallingMint.php
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Total Training for Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 Ch1 L3. Introducing the ASP Page & its Code
You can get this entire course at http://www.totaltraining.com This two part series is perfect for learning one of the hottest tools for building powerful, dynamic web applications. Set 1 helps you get up to speed with the program and Set 2 guides you to mastery level. Note: The source code within this training is implemented in visual C# Set 1 Highlights * Learn how to efficiently layout, develop, and maintain standards-based websites that are scalable, secure, and stable. * Get up to speed quickly with how to develop ASP.NET Web Applications using C# and Visual Studio 2005. * Take full advantage of the rich set of ASP.NET 2.0 controls and the extensive .NET Framework class library. * Learn how to create reusable components to encapsulate the UI layout, logic, and data access code in your Web applications. Set 2 Highlights * Learn how to create consistent and standardized user interfaces by using master pages, themes, and style sheets in ASP.NET 2.0. * Understand how to create new Web controls, portals, and WebParts within a site to allow for faster and more efficient site application development. * Manage state effectively by using view state, query strings, cookies, and session state for a clean flow of interactive sites. * Discover how to use ADO.NET to create data access components for a better framework that can access almost any data source. * Refine your skillset to ensure that your next web application is not slow and clunky, but rather takes on a more modern and efficient feel. Included Courses ASP.NET 2.0 Building Web Applications (Set 1) » More Details ASP.NET 2.0 Building Web Applications (Set 2) » More Details » View All Microsoft Products Bundles Available Microsoft Bundles Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 Building Web Applications Bundle » More Details Microsoft Expression Studio Bundle » More Details Microsoft Expression Studio2: Essentials Bundle » More Details Microsoft Office 2007 Bundle » More Details » View All BundlesChapter 1: OVERVIEW OF ASP.NET (43 min) 1. Preparing to Use ASP.NET 2. Understanding the Page's HTML Source Code 3. Introducing the ASP Page & its Code 4. Create an ASP.NET Website with Visual Studio 5. Design an ASP.NET Web Page with Visual Studio 6. Running the Web Page & Adding Event Handlers 7. Debugging the Application's Code
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AutoCAD 2012 Tutorial 1.8 - Drawing Aides on the Status Bar
http://cadvideotutorials.com This video will help you Identify the Drawing Tool Buttons found on the Status Bar. Each of the following tools will be named and described: snap and grid, ortho, polar tracking, object snap, object snap tracking, dynamic input, show/hide lineweight, lineweight, quick properties, drafting settings.
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Total Training for Microsoft Windows 7 Ch5 L6. Indexing & Search Options
You can get the entire course at http://www.totaltraining.com Using a computer these days is a requirement. In order to use a PC without it becoming cumbersome and frustrating, you need to know it's operating system and how to navigate, find, open, use and manage the system including its hardware, software and files. This course will review some of the old standby features and hone in on the numerous enhancements in this version. You'll learn the tools to increase reliability, efficiency and security that will optimize the user experience as never before. You'll also find out what jumping, shaking, snapping, streaming and BitLocking are. Highlights * Discover Updated desktop options (themes, background, screen savers) * See the revised taskbar in action (jumplists, live thumbnails, notification area) * Learn centralized & simplified hardware & printer management * One-stop for identifying and fixing maintenance, security and performance issues using the Action Center * Integrated scheduled backup and easy drive encryption including BitLocker to Go for USB drives. Chapter 5: OPTIMIZING THE WINDOWS USER EXPERIENCE (78 min) 1. Moving & Sizing Windows 2. Window Navigation Using Breadcrumbs 3. Window Navigation & Customization 4. Accessing & Conguring Libraries 5. Organizing, Rating & Tagging Files 6. Indexing & Search Options 7. Searching for Files 8. Sharing Files & Folders totaltraining.com
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VBA Recording, ReSyncing, and Compressing
This video will show you how to record game footage from your Virtual Boy Advanced(VBA) player, Re-Sync the video with audio if need be, and compress it down without loosing quality. 1)Download & UnZip VBA ReRecord v21 @ http://vba-rerecording.googlecode.com/files/VBA21.zip 2)Download & UnZip VirtualDub @ http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/virtualdub/virtualdub-win/ 3) Download & Install(Follow video on how to install correctly) FFDShow Codec @ http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/ffdshow-tryout/Official%20releases/generic%20build%20%28stable%29/ffdshow_beta7_rev3154_20091209.exe?r=http%3A%2F%2Fffdshow-tryout.sourceforge.net%2F&ts=1320905560&use_mirror=voxel 4) Open up a ROM in VBA v21 then check settings for VBA with video and select "Record AVI Movie" from the tools menu. Save the file somewhere and put the compression codec to "Intel IYUV Codec" and record. Choose "Stop AVI Recording" from the tools menu when done. 5) Now open vdub.exe from the virtualdub folder. Open up the AVI Video and change the audio compression to "Full Compression" and go to "Frame Rate" under the Video menu. Change the first option to the third bubble. Now go to "Filter..." under the video tab, choose "Add" and find resize. Change the filter settings as shown in video. And lastly you want to change the video compression to the ffdshow codec and make sure the ffdshow codec settings are set to DivX and the FOURCC is on XViD with the passes set to "2 Passes-1st Pass". Now go to file and Save AVI as... and save it with a different name.
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Introduction: GeoMapApp menus and toolbar
This short GeoMapApp tutorial explains the content of the GeoMapApp menus and the functionality of the GeoMapApp toolbar. Created by the Marine Geoscience Data System group at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University. For more information about GeoMapApp see http://www.geomapapp.org
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StudyMinder Tutorial 6: Secrets of the Grid View
This tutorial describes how to use the features of the StudyMinder Grid View. You can download the StudyMinder software program at http://www.studyminder.com Transcript: This is the sixth in a series of tutorials on how to use the StudyMinder Homework System. In this tutorial we'll review the features in the Homework grid view. Click on the homework icon to show the grid view. From here you can see all of the assignments that you have entered. You can make changes from the grid view by clicking on any assignment. Just click on the assignment and you can begin editing. To click on the English assignment, 'Read chapter two,' we can change that to, 'Read chapter three.' The assignment has now been updated and saved. If you click on the menu under the Edit column, a menu appears where you can open the assignment. In the assignment Edit view you can see that this assignment now says, 'Read chapter three.' If we change it to 'two' from the edit window and save, the grid view has been updated so it now says, 'Read chapter two.' You can also open assignments by clicking on the far left edge of the column. That will open up the assignment that you selected. You can arrange the assignments in the list view by clicking on any of the columns. If you click on Description, you can sort by description. Click on Type to show by type. If you click on the Done column, you can display your homework assignments in the order where they were completed. But there are also additional features in the list view. You may not want to see your completed assignments at all. When you move the mouse over the Done column, a little filter icon is displayed. If you click on it, a menu opens. And from here you can choose to show all of the items that are checked or unchecked. If you choose unchecked, now only the unchecked items appear, so that your completed assignments are no longer displayed. If you click on the filter again, you can show all, and now all of your assignments are displayed. You can do the same thing with any of the columns. If you go to the Class column, highlight the filter icon, click it, you can now filter so that only certain classes show. Click on English and now only English class appears. When you're filtering assignments, you can tell at the bottom left-hand corner of the grid view. It will show you that you're now filtering for classes and only the English class is showing. You can filter on more than one column at the same time. One of the English class assignments is completed, the other is not. So if we go back to the Done column and click on the filter, we can show only the unchecked assignments. Now we're filtering everything except English assignments which have not yet been completed. You can undo all of the filters at the same time by clicking the 'X' that appears just to the left, at the bottom left-hand corner of the grid view. Click that, and now all of the filters are removed and you can see all of your classes again. The columns can be rearranged by simply dragging on a column and moving it to a different location. If you'd like to see Description before Type, you can just drag it over. If you want Due Date to appear before anything else, take the Due Date, drag it all the way over to the left edge, and now the Due Date appears first. Columns can also be removed. If you right click on any column, a menu appears. Choose the menu option, 'Remove this column.' We've now just removed the Description column. You can remove as many columns as you want. To bring them back, right click on any column and select the 'Column Chooser.' A box will appear that has all of the columns that you can select from. We just removed Description. If you drag it out of the box and move it back up into the grid view, it reappears. You can do the same thing with the other columns that are here in the customization box. You can take any of them and drag them up into the grid view. When you exit StudyMinder, your changes will be saved, and the next time that you come back to the grid view the columns will be arranged as you left them. By right clicking on any column, you can also size the columns so that they best show the information. Choose 'Best Fit All Columns,' and the columns are resized automatically. This concludes tutorial number six, how to use the homework grid view.
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StudyMinder Tutotial 7: Program Options
This tutorial is a tour of the additional features, options and settings available with StudyMinder. You can download the program at http://www.studyminder.com Transcript: This is tutorial number seven in a series of tutorials about the StudyMinder Homework System. In this tutorial we'll look at some of the options and features that we haven't touched on in earlier tutorials. Let's start with the help button at the top right. If you click this button, you can show and hide tips. When tips are showing, just move the mouse over a button or control and you can get additional information about that button. To turn it off, just click the help button again. Next to the help button there is a small arrow that points up. When you click it, you can hide the ribbon bar. Click again to show the ribbon bar. When the ribbon bar is hidden, you can still use the controls. The File and the Tools tab are still visible. If you click on File you can see the ribbon bar appears. Click on Scheduler and the ribbon bar disappears. Click File again. The ribbon bar reappears and you can click on a different control. To show the ribbon bar again, just click the down arrow. The default screen that appears when you first launch StudyMinder is the Activities Today. All of the activities that you have scheduled, including assignments, tasks, study time, everything will appear here in this list. If you double click on any of these rows, you can open that particular item. The default is for Today and Tomorrow. If you change the menu at the right side of the grid, you can change the date range. You can change it to this Week or This Month, or just back to Today and Tomorrow. Just above the quotes is the study timer. This is intended for timing yourself while you do your study so you can see exactly how long you really spend. Just click the start button and the timer will begin. You can always pause the time by clicking pause. Start will continue it again. Next to the number display is a small button. If you click that button you can hide the seconds. Click again to show the seconds. To reset, just click pause and then reset, and you can start over. Next to Colors and Name is the Options. There are several options which you can use to change the calendar. The default is Sunday as the start day of the week. When it's set to Sunday you can see that Sunday is on the left, the dates run Monday through Friday, and Saturday is the last day of the week. But in the Options we can change it to Monday or any other day. If you set it to Monday as the start day of the week, then Saturday and Sunday are now at the end of the week. Next is the Calculate GPA feature. Let's go back and look at our assignments. If we click on the homework list you can see we have six assignments that we've created for our different classes, but we have not added any grades yet. Let's add grades to our Science classes. If we open up Science, here's our first Science assignment. Let's say that this assignment has a total possible score of one hundred and we got ninety five. When you enter the numbers, your grade and your percentage correct are listed here in the last two boxes. Notice that you cannot enter directly into the Percent or the Grade boxes. Just enter your final score and the total possible, and the grade and percent are calculated for you. Let's click Save and Close. The grade appears here in the list view. There's another assignment here for science. Let's open that one. Let's mark it as Done. Let's say that in this one we got fifty-five and the total was seventy five. So on this one we only got a 'C'. Save and close. OK, now when we go back to the Tools and click on Calculate GPA we can see our total GPA for all of our classes and also a breakdown for the other classes. We haven't added any grades yet for the other classes but we have for Science, so let's click Science and you can see we now have an average score of eighty six percent on our assignments. We've done two assignments so far, we have two hours of study time total for Science and we have currently a 'B' grade. So make sure that as you finish you assignments, go back and enter your grades and then you can click on the Calculate GPA and see exactly how you stand. The last feature to talk about is probably the most fun to use. This is the Skins Gallery. StudyMinder comes with thirty eight different skins and all you need to do to change the complete look of your scheduler is click on any of these buttons and it will change. You can scroll through them or you can open up the window by clicking this bottom arrow here and they will all appear. You can choose from a number of different styles. This concludes tutorial number seven on the options and special features in StudyMinder.
Views: 986 StudyMinder

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