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Apr 24, 2014
1. RE:SnipIt Tool Signe Rogers
2. RE:SnipIt Tool Barbara Ricigliano
3. RE:Timekeeping Software for Law Enforcement Kay Klosowski
4. Timekeeping Software for Law Enforcement KayCe Parsons
Apr 23, 2014
5. RE:SnipIt Tool Josephine Johnson Sherard
6. RE:QuickBooks for Nonprofits Jerri Baldwin
7. RE:PrtScn & SnagIt (TechSmith) Deborah Weaver
8. RE:PrtScn & SnagIt (TechSmith) Jacqueline Anthony
9. RE:Watermarks in Powerpoint Catherine Scribner
Apr 22, 2014
10. RE:Watermarks in Powerpoint Kay Klosowski


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RE:SnipIt Tool
From: Signe Rogers
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 24, 2014 12:41 PM
Subject: RE:SnipIt Tool
Message:

It is loaded in "Accessories" from the computer Start menu.
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Signe E Rogers, CAP-OM
Minisa Chapter President 2013-2014
Minisa Chapter Secretary 2012-2013
Kansas Division Webmaster 2011-2012
Executive Office Administrator
Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.
Wichita, Kansas

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RE:SnipIt Tool
From: Barbara Ricigliano
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 24, 2014 12:28 PM
Subject: RE:SnipIt Tool
Message:
I understand you can download the Windows Snipping Tool for free.

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Barbara Ricigliano
Webmaster
Morris County (NJ) Chapter
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RE:Timekeeping Software for Law Enforcement
From: Kay Klosowski
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 24, 2014 10:01 AM
Subject: RE:Timekeeping Software for Law Enforcement
Message:
KayCe,
I checked with our payroll department and we use UltraTime for our Department of Public Safety.  Here is an excerp from our Payroll manager's reply to me...

"Yes!! Ultratime is in all the prisons in Michigan and works with law enforcement we are just converting our police department with Ultratime and they are very familiar with the unique needs of law enforcement!"

Please feel free to contact her directly...Luanne Brown, brownlua@gvsu.edu or you can call her at 616-331-2255.

Kay

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Kay Klosowski
Budget & Finance Assistant
Allendale, MI
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Timekeeping Software for Law Enforcement
From: KayCe Parsons
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 24, 2014 9:25 AM
Subject: Timekeeping Software for Law Enforcement
Message:
This message has been cross posted to the following eGroups: Michigan Division and Computer Tech Tips .
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Good morning all:

I recently changed positions, and am now in charge of payroll for our City's police department.  Unfortunately, the person in this position prior to me had this job for 25+ years and some of her timekeeping processes are quite antiquated.

I'm wondering if there is anyone out there in a law enforcement environment who has a software suggestion for timekeeping.  We would need one that would allow for employees to have a 12-hour or 8-hour per day schedule, as well as vacation, sick, and compensatory time accruals and deductions.

Best case scenario (I may be reaching for the stars here) would be that the information in the timekeeping software package could be uploaded as a flat file to our payroll software system.

Any help and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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KayCe Parsons CAP-OM
Finance Assistant
Jackson, MI
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RE:SnipIt Tool
From: Josephine Johnson Sherard
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 23, 2014 6:09 PM
Subject: RE:SnipIt Tool
Message:
I wasn't familiar with SnipIt.  I typed it the search program box and the window opened and there it was .  I have Windows 7 and XP. Makes things much easier.

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Josephine Johnson Sherard CAP-OM
Akron, OH
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RE:QuickBooks for Nonprofits
From: Jerri Baldwin
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 23, 2014 2:52 PM
Subject: RE:QuickBooks for Nonprofits
Message:
Deborah,

I took a two day class from a company called Real World Training. I think they teach classes around the country, but you can check at https://quickbookstraining.com/live-training/

The QuickBooks.com site also lists some training programs, but I can't find the page anymore.

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Jerri Baldwin
Austin, TX
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RE:PrtScn & SnagIt (TechSmith)
From: Deborah Weaver
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 23, 2014 10:23 AM
Subject: RE:PrtScn & SnagIt (TechSmith)
Message:
SnipIt is great for a quick shot but doesn't come with all the features of SnagIt. To capture information that scrolls in SnagIt, click the down arrow on the  All-In-One icon and you should see an option for Scrolling Window. Select that and go to your document and it will allow you easily to capture data that scrolls off the screen view.

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Deborah Weaver, CAP
Executive Administrative Assistant
St. Louis, MO


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RE:PrtScn & SnagIt (TechSmith)
From: Jacqueline Anthony
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 23, 2014 10:07 AM
Subject: RE:PrtScn & SnagIt (TechSmith)
Message:
Great tip - for it will be a great time saver for me!

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Jacqueline Anthony
Operations Assistant to the COO
Charlotte NC
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RE:Watermarks in Powerpoint
From: Catherine Scribner
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 23, 2014 8:45 AM
Subject: RE:Watermarks in Powerpoint
Message:
Hi Barbra,

 I would suggest you create your own version of the Corporate PowerPoint Template and modify the slides in the Slide Master so you have Master Slides of the various Watermarks embedded in the template.  Then all you will need to do when you are creating a PPT for him is select the correct Slide Master with the watermark for the section you are working in.  This way you only have to create the background of each of the slides once rather than having to recreate them each time you build a presentation for him.

To do this:
Open your Corporate Template, go to the View tab, Master Views and select Slide Master.  NOTE - all of the following instructions are done in the Slide Master. 
--Within Slide Master view, select the slide type that your boss prefers to use most often for his presentations from the slides that appear in the Slide Sorter view on the left of the screen, right click on the slide and select "Duplicate Layout" - this will open a duplicate of the Corporate version of the slide. 
--Using this duplicate slide, add the watermark.  
   * You can also edit the font and slide layout here, if your boss prefers something other than the Corporate default
--Right click on your edited slide in the Slide Sorter view and rename the slide so you can find it easily when you are building his presentations. 
--Continue to duplicate and edit slides until you have all the watermark versions you think you will need. 
--Now do a File/Save As to save your customized version of the Corporate Template - rename it and make sure you save it as a .POTX (PowerPoint Template) so you don't inadvertently overwrite all your hard work the first time you use it.

This process will take a little time to set up but will save you TONS of time each time you have to build a presentation.

Hope this helps,

Catherine
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Catherine Scribner, CAP-OM
Executive Administrative Assistant
Portland, ME


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RE:Watermarks in Powerpoint
From: Kay Klosowski
To: Computer Tech Tips
Posted: Apr 22, 2014 12:24 PM
Subject: RE:Watermarks in Powerpoint
Message:
Check out the link below for the step-by-step guide to do this...

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/insert-a-background-picture-color-or-watermark-to-your-slides-HA010338379.aspx

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Kay Klosowski
Budget & Finance Assistant
Allendale, MI
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