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Jul 28, 2014
1. RE: Audio clips Regina Warner
Jul 27, 2014
2. Audio clips Kimberly Chatak-Nelson
Jul 10, 2014
3. RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages) Teri Isaac
4. RE: Outlook for Mac Leilia Tayon
5. RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages) Kimberly Garrett
6. RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages) Laura Snyder
Jul 09, 2014
7. RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages) Nora Onishi
8. Outlook for Mac Mary Taylor
9. RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages) Frances Sherman
10. RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages) Kimberly Garrett


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RE: Audio clips
From: Regina Warner
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 28, 2014 1:33 PM
Subject: RE: Audio clips
Message:

Kimberly,

Check out this site very short sound bites that can be used. Hope this helps.

http://www.wavsource.com/sfx/sfx.htm
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Regina Warner, CAP
Executive Assistant
Scranton, PA

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Audio clips
From: Kimberly Chatak-Nelson
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 27, 2014 9:40 AM
Subject: Audio clips
Message:
I am searching for very short audio clips I can use, with my Outlook Calendar, as alarms.  Everything I've listened to is either too long or annoying.  Does anyone have anything they can share?  I'd like several different ones.  TIA!

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Kimberly Chatak-Nelson CAP-OM
Sales & Marketing Executive Assistant
Concord, NC


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RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
From: Teri Isaac
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 10, 2014 6:22 PM
Subject: RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
Message:
Have you come across the IAAP post for "Cheat Sheets?"  Maybe these will be helpful.
http://www.customguide.com/cheat-sheets/

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RE: Outlook for Mac
From: Leilia Tayon
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 10, 2014 4:02 PM
Subject: RE: Outlook for Mac
Message:
Mary,
I just did the same thing about 2 weeks ago.  Here is what I have learned.  All Outlook is NOT created equal!  PC Outlook as many more features than the MAC version.  I have been told by the Apple Geniuses that perhaps the next update to the operating system will allow more usability.  I have had the EXACT same issue with the calendars and also my quick steps.  The only way around it is to run Parallels (a version of windows in the background) and use the PC version of Outlook from that side.  It is like running a MAC and PC side-by-side.  It takes a little getting used to, but it seems to be working well for me.  I just couldn't handle the MAC outlook for calendars.  I could never tell whose appointments I was looking at!  Drove me nuts!

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Leilia Tayon
Sr. Exec. Asst.
Fort Worth, TX

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RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
From: Kimberly Garrett
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 10, 2014 11:00 AM
Subject: RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
Message:
Hi Frances,
I know you can do that, but I feel it is unethical. They are locked because they are copyrighted or have properties that the author does not want changed. I would not advocate this action unless I received permission from the author. Good news, I did a test of one of the PDFs from the app and it wasn't locked, so maybe none of them are. 

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Kimberly Garrett, CAP-OM
Administrative Assistant
Irving, TX



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RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
From: Laura Snyder
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 10, 2014 9:46 AM
Subject: RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
Message:
What about virtually printing to OneNote?  I did that for TEC14 and it worked rather well.  OneNote is free as well and since it's a Microsoft product it was easy to bring back to the office, as share with others I met at the conference!  :)

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Laura Snyder, CAP-OM, MOS

Queen City North Chapter
Sr. Administrative Assistant
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
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RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
From: Nora Onishi
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 09, 2014 10:32 PM
Subject: RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
Message:
I'll have to try this process. We often receive "locked" pdf documents that require some revising and end up making the revisions manually (which looks so unprofessional). Thank you very much for this information.

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Nora Onishi, CAP
Hawaii Chapter, Hawaii Division
Executive Assistant - Legal Affairs/Operations
Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. - Honolulu, Hawaii
Member of Excellence: 2008-2009; 2009-2010; 2010-2011; 2011-2012, 2012-2013

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Outlook for Mac
From: Mary Taylor
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 09, 2014 9:48 AM
Subject: Outlook for Mac
Message:
calling all MAC users

we just converted to a Mac environment and am finding that the Microsoft Office suite for MAC is a touch different than the PC version.

i support a group of 5.  in the PC world in Outlook, i was able to view each of my teams calendars side by side, which was perfect for seeing availability for group meetings.  in the MAC Outlook environment, i haven't been able to figure out how to do this.  i've asked around and no one really seems to know.

Can this be done or am i stuck with viewing each calendar individually?

Help

Mary



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Mary Taylor
Bolton, ON
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RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
From: Frances Sherman
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 09, 2014 9:28 AM
Subject: RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
Message:
I have discovered that you can print a locked pdf, scan it and convert it to Word from there.

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Frances Sherman
Administrative Assistant
Norfolk, VA
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RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
From: Kimberly Garrett
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Jul 09, 2014 9:23 AM
Subject: RE: EFAM HANDOUTS - EDITING IN iPad Air (Pages)
Message:
Hi Alexandra,
If you have Acrobat Pro you can convert to Word, Pages will open up Word documents. If you don't, feel free to email me the PDFs and I can convert them for you. I have Word and Pages on my Mac at home. kimberlylgarrett@me.com is my home email. All that said, if they are locked PDFs no one can do this, and it would not surprise me if they were.

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Kimberly Garrett, CAP-OM
Administrative Assistant
Irving, TX



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