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Virtual Training Company author Jesse Feiler guides users through Mac OS X Panther, the fourth major release from Mac in three years. Designed with creative professionals, network administrators, and developers in mind, OS X Panther offers major breakthroughs in innovation, functionality, reliability and ease of use. The new feature, Expose, allows users to gain access and neatly arrange open windows with a single keystroke. A new Finder makes organizing and navigating through files and folders easier than ever. A full suite of Internet software increases communication opportunities, while a host of built-in tools allows users to control and customize their Mac. Additional network services allow users to easily connect a computer to any wired, or wireless, Mac, Unix, or Windows based network.
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Mac OS X 10.6, "Snow Leopard" is an update to the Unix-based operating system for Macintosh. It builds on previous versions of Mac OS X to provide an even more powerful and easy-to-use experience. Snow Leopard works with Apple's newest hardware (Intel-based Macs) to provide faster and more responsive applications that require fewer resource to install and run. The course covers everything from the basics of setting up your computer and its preferences to using your computer remotely (Back to My Mac), Time Machine to keep your files automatically up to date, and synchronization with your iPhone, iPod, and MobileMe account.
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In this course, Dennis Taylor shares easy-to-use database commands and methods for maintaining an Excel database. The course covers sorting, adding subtotals, auto-filtering, and using the Excel Advanced Filter feature and specialized database functions.

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Discover how to manage your documents more efficiently with SharePoint 2010. In this course, author and SharePoint consultant Mark Abdelnour provides a quick introduction to the SharePoint interface and then moves into uploading and editing files, creating views, using collaboration tools, and working with tools like calendars and task lists in the SharePoint document workspaces. An ideal primer for those new to SharePoint, this course demonstrates how to use the platform to accomplish your daily tasks.

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Have you wondered how to make your small projects run as smoothly as possible—without building in so many steps that they get cumbersome? In this course, author and project manager Bonnie Biafore shows how a successful small project starts with planning: documenting goals, identifying risks, measuring success, and confirming decision makers. The course also covers organizing your files, estimating time and costs, building a solid team, scheduling work, and getting the project underway. In addition, you'll explore how to hand out and track assignments, communicate with the team, work through issues, and bring your project to a close. This course follows the relocation of a small business as the sample project, but the course's strategies apply to a wide variety of small projects, including those in marketing, business development, product development, software development, freelancing, and the like.

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What do you enjoy doing, and how are you uniquely qualified to build a rewarding career out of your interests, skills, and experience? In this course, author Valerie Sutton guides you through the process of proactively managing your career by identifying your options, needs, and interests. Discover how to assess your experience, work-reward values, and qualifications, all with the goal of creating a robust career profile that charts your future growth. The course also shows how to fully investigate career options and perform a gap analysis in order to find key opportunities.

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Do you know why 60% of iOS apps are never downloaded? And of those that are, 9 out of 10 of them are only used once? Answer: Lack of Effective App Marketing! I’m sure that the last thing you want is to build an app that no one will see, few will use, and will not make you any money? Therefore, learning how to market your app is absolutely critical for your success. And the great thing is, I’ll show you, step-by-step, how to get your app marketing right the first time.

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Microsoft Access 2007 helps you effectively track, report, and share information in a manageable environment. With a library of pre-built tracking applications (database solutions) and the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface, Access 2007 does not require deep database knowledge or programming skills. In this VTC course, Author / IT Instructor, Tim Warner introduces users to database design concepts while assisting them in becoming proficient with building and maintaining an Access 2007 database.
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As part of the release of the Office 2010 software suite, Microsoft is introducing the latest version of Access, their entry-level database application software. Don't let the words 'entry-level' fool you, this is one very powerful database tool. Access was designed to collect, store, manage, report, and dissect data for individuals and small businesses. The release of the 2010 version continues to raise the bar of what an entry-level database product can do. In this course, Mark Long takes you from opening Access 2010 for the first time through the entire process of creating a database. He covers tables, queries, forms, reports, and many of the other bells and whistles that make up Access 2010.
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Microsoft Access 2013 is the latest version of the number one database application in the world, and this is a big release. Access 2013 brings quite a few changes, all designed to make database applications easier to design and implement. The ability to quickly create Web Applications that run in the user's browser, regardless of which device they use, is one of the major changes in the latest release. In this VTC course, author Mark Long takes you step by step through Access 2013 to quickly get you up to speed on these changes. Access is everywhere, from small one-person businesses up to the largest corporations in the world. It's where most data first gets stored before progressing to SQL Server, cloud delivery, and enterprise data services. Understanding Access is vital to real world database creation/maintenance/design and this course will show you what you need to get there.
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