SkillForge Seminars and Training, Courses Online, Computer Training 2017-02-20T14:57:51Z http://skillforge.com/feed/atom/ WordPress Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[Microsoft Project: Formatting a Gantt Chart for Summary Task]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8156 2017-01-20T21:08:56Z 2017-01-20T21:08:56Z Recently a student posed a question during a Microsoft Project class. How does one format the bars of a Gantt chart to look the same for each unique summary task? Something that may look like this. It begins with creating a custom flag field for each summary task. In Microsoft Project a flag field is […]

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Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[Access 2013: Creating a Calculated Field]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8116 2017-01-01T04:10:35Z 2017-01-01T04:10:35Z Often times the information you need isn’t stored as a field within a database. As a matter of fact, certain fields make more sense to calculate whenever they are needed instead of storing the value in a table. Microsoft Access 2013 makes this very easy. To create a calculated you will need a query in […]

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Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[Access 2013: Saving a Filter as a Query]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8108 2017-01-01T03:18:39Z 2017-01-01T03:18:39Z You find yourself working in an Access table filtering out some unnecessary data and it dawns on you this filtering is something you’ll end up doing frequently. It would make sense to store this process as a query in the database. Okay, so now I have to switch over to the Create tab and design […]

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Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[HTML: A Brief History]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8105 2016-12-30T17:14:23Z 2016-12-30T17:14:23Z Long ago in the far off land of Switzerland something very interesting began, and Al Gore wasn’t there. 1989 Tim Berners-Lee proposes an Internet based hypertext system for sharing documents between disparate operating systems while working as a contractor at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research). If you’re interested CERN is derived from Conseil Européen […]

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admin <![CDATA[New Templates in Adobe Photoshop CC 2017]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8103 2016-12-29T20:48:45Z 2016-12-29T20:48:45Z In this free tutorial, you’ll learn about the new templates that come with Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 that can make starting a web, photo or print project easier and faster. For more Photoshop training visit our Photoshop Training page.

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Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[Changing Microsoft Projects Default Task Duration]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8095 2016-12-28T15:29:53Z 2016-12-28T15:29:53Z In a recent Microsoft Project class a question arose concerning the default task duration, which is set in days. This student had recently been working on a deployment project and the default duration was too broad. It needed to focus on a smaller time-frame and it made perfect sense to set the task duration to […]

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admin <![CDATA[Controlling Eye Settings using Face-Aware Liquify in Photoshop CC 2017]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8080 2016-12-14T15:46:47Z 2016-12-14T15:46:47Z In this free tutorial, you’ll learn about the new settings to control individual (left/right) eyes using the Face-Aware Liquify tool in Adobe Photoshop CC 2017. Learn more about Photoshop in our Photoshop training courses.

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Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[Photoshop CC 2017 Emoji Font Additions]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8069 2016-12-01T00:29:14Z 2016-12-01T00:29:14Z This is just a quick note to add to the others articles on Photoshop’s recent 2017 Release. The Type Tool has a new addition. Wait for it… The Type Tool now offers access to Emoji’s.   I know…  

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Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[Photoshop CC 2017 Property Panel Update]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8063 2016-11-30T23:52:40Z 2016-11-30T23:52:40Z November of 2016 has seen an update to the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite which includes Photoshop. I have already posted one article on the changes to the New Document window and another article on the updates to the Liquify Filter. The focus of this article will be on the changes to the Properties Panel in […]

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Mark Fitzgerald <![CDATA[Photoshop CC 2017 Face-Aware Liquify Update]]> http://skillforge.com/?p=8054 2016-11-29T05:03:13Z 2016-11-29T05:03:13Z If you remember the last update to Photoshop (Summer 2016) we shared a post about the new Liquify Filters Face-Aware feature. It turned out to be a wonderful addition. The filter addition would naturally recognize the facial region and let you modify eyes, nose, mouth, and face shape. Working on a face or multiple faces […]

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