Use this link to access a Google slides presentation. Items covered:
- Watch OS - Controls and Control Center - Notifications and Notification Center - Customizing your Watch & Watch Faces - Rearranging, Deleting, and Adding Watch Faces - Siri and the Siri Watch Face - Managing Watch Apps on the Watch and iPhone - Assessing Apps through the Dock.-
Use this link to access a Google Slides presentation. Items covered in this lesson are: Messaging on the Apple Watch; Checking Forecasts with the Weather App; Viewing Calendar Events; Reading and Creating Mail Messages; Making Phone Calls; Setting up and Using Apple Pay.
I am often asked about which hardware and software I use to create the MacMost videos and what I use in my regular everyday work. Here is a list of products that I use and recommend (affiliate links, FYI). I’ll be adding more from time-to-time so check back. — Gary from MacMost
Computer & Software Subjects
New episode added each month.
Facilitated by Eric Noyes - Zoom Event - June 10 at 1:00PM
Subjects covered: How to Search - Developing a folder structure(hierachical) - Understanding the "Document" folder for the logged-in User - How to Navigate through the directories - How to save a file to a folder - Understanding "Quick Access"
These tutorials, with skill consolidation exercises, cover the essential features of the LibreOffice Word processor (including mail merge), Spreadsheet (including formulas, graphing, charting and Lookup Tables), Database management (including reporting), and Presentation tools.
LibreOffice provides a way to write your own macro to automate various repetitive tasks in your office application. You can use Python or basic for your macro development. This tutorial focuses on writing a basic 'Hello World' macro using basic in LibreOffice calc.
libreofficehelp.com started with an objective to help all LibreOffice users (beginners and advanced) with easy to understand tutorials which helps users to learn the product and apply the knowledge, help to resolve day to day simple/common issues, and make them productive in LiibreOffice
Tutorials for LibreOffice
Programs & Zoom Information
Cyber Security & Online Storage
Online Storage - Under Construction
The Belarc Advisor builds a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware, network inventory, any missing Microsoft hotfixes, anti-virus status, security benchmarks, and displays the results in your Web browser.
All of your PC profile information is kept private on your PC and is not sent to any web server.
Install and update all your programs at once. No toolbars. No clicking next. Just pick your apps and go.
LibreOffice is a powerful office suite with its clean interface and feature-rich tools to help you unleash your creativity and enhance your productivity. LibreOffice includes several applications that make it the most powerful Free and Open Source office suite on the market.
Burn Videos, Photos, Music to DVD/ISO Files
The Idea behind OldApps.com is ingeniously simple. Our mission is to provide our users with a wide assortment of current versions of familiar software, and their predecessors, for free. Our database is maintained up to date with older versions of software as they become readily available. Our users can be assured that this process involves our careful and meticulous screening of each individual program and version listed on OldApps.com. Our pledge is that our users will never end up with any malware, trojans, and/or any other variation of viruses.
Updated version of the old StripMail. It is a FREEWARE utility that:
Strips the characters ">" and "|" from forwarded e-mails.
Formats the text into paragraphs, making it easier to read.
Changes the text's right margin, by indenting.
Can be used with any e-mail client.
Software recommended by APCUG's Judy Taylor. Free software that will identify programs on your computer, that need to be updated.
In addition to the free software, Documentation is available for download.
Bob Ogus Tips
Hi, I am Bob Ogus, an instructor at the Computer Club of Green Valley and this is my page for students and club members who wish some resource material and information on classes I am engaged in. I also have some computer tips, tutorials, videos and interesting websites for you to explore and enjoy...so let the surfing begin.