Review on "Paint Shop Pro 7 Solutions" Book

The world of graphic design continues to penetrate the information, communication and entertainment media. More and more people are getting hooked in this profession because it’s truly interesting and enjoyable. In addition, your artworks will be made available to everyone any time you want it to be – through the Internet, of course. With the continuous demand for the use of different digital images, Lori J. Davis has published the book, •Paint Shop Pro (PSP) 7 Solutions” which is ...
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Posted on July 22nd, 2014

How to Easily Uninstall Visual Studio Software?

Do you want to uninstall Visual Studio Software but you don't know how to do this? If this is the case then I will tell you in 6 easy to perform steps the exact method to completely uninstall and remove Adobe from your computer. However, keep it mind that the uninstall might not work. if this is the case then don't worry. I've created a "worse case scenario" plan for you. How to Uninstall Visual Studio Software from my PC?
  • Click Start Menu and click on Control Panel
  • Double click Add/ Remove
  • ...
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    Posted on July 15th, 2014

    How to Snag a Job in the Graphic Design Industry

    Finding a job in the graphic design industry can be challenging, because this industry is competitive. However, the job outlook for graphic design is above average, and the demand for graphic design services is in high demand. According to the U.S. Department of Labor website, the number of people employed in the graphics industry will increase by 10 percent between 2009 and 2016. The persons who gain experience in website design and Flash animation are likely to gain the most experience in ...
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    Posted on July 8th, 2014

    Top Graphic Design Software Programs

    Graphic design refers to artistic and professional tasks which focus on visual communication and presentation in order to communicate an idea or concept. An assortment of methods is used to create and combine symbols, images and words to create a visual depiction of ideas and messages. A graphic artist/designer is one who does the designs graphics. Graphic design software programs provide all of the professional and creative tools that one will need for drawing, photo editing, web graphics, ...
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    Posted on July 1st, 2014

    Tips on Home Schooling

    1. Dress for SuccessAs tempting as it may be in the homeschool setting to roll out of bed, pour a bowl of cereal, and begin instruction in your bathrobe, it is important that you dress for success. Your children need to know the importance of the education they are receiving. There is no quicker way to give your at-home classroom an aura of respect, than by dressing the part. Clothing does not have to be formal, but it can't be sloppy either.  Similarly, your students should get ready for ...
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    Posted on June 24th, 2014

    Microsoft Visual Studio Debugger – An Overview

    History Software application development primarily involves three functions - building, debugging and testing. Microsoft came up with an integrated version of the development environment’s debugging functions in the form of ‘Codeview’ (a debugger used along with Microsoft visual C++ 1.5 and prior versions). The need of advancement compelled Microsoft to launch a standalone; text-based debugger with more advanced features and thus came by the Microsoft visual studio debugger. The Microsoft ...
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    Posted on June 17th, 2014

    Getting Started with Visual Studio.Net

    Getting Started with Visual Studio.Net Visual Studio.Net is a comprehensive Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that is extensively used to develop ASP.Net web applications. In addition, it allows you to create standalone applications, mobile applications and eXtensible Markup Language (XML) Web Services. Visual Studio.Net provides a common platform to build, compile, and run an application. Visual Studio.Net comes with .Net Framework that allows you to install Common Language Runtime ...
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    Posted on June 10th, 2014

    Elements of Graphic Design for Your Website

    We’ve all seen them. Poorly designed web sites that make you cringe as soon as they load. But how do you keep your website from becoming, well, ugh. You could hire a professional web designer, and that’s expensive, or maybe you already hired a professional, or someone who claims to be professional, and you don’t like what they’re doing with your site. It all comes down to the K.I.S.S. principle; keep it simple stupid. And you’re probably asking well what does this really mean for web ...
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    Posted on June 3rd, 2014

    Express yourself using Graphic Design

    Graphic design is the circumference intended for creative, imaginative and resourceful designers all over the globe. This can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling task that you can do. Not only you can earn a great sum of money but you can actually express your idiosyncrasies into the whole wide web. By this you can influence and inspire millions of people. Graphic design is a great form of self-expression. It only takes some time and dedication to hone your creative potential. To ...
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    Posted on May 27th, 2014

    A Conceptual Framework in Professional Learning Communities as They Impact Strategic Planning in Education by Queinnise Miller & Wm. Kritsonis, PhD

    Queinnise Miller & William Allan Kritsonis, PhD    Introduction Unprecedented change is taking place in schools all over the world. Schools are increasingly being managed like businesses. Without effective strategic planning principals will be involved in crisis management (Van der Linde, 2001).  As schools engage in strategic planning, professional learning communities should be heavily depended on to help districts move from infancy to maturity in their quality of instructional and ...
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    Posted on May 20th, 2014