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    Digital Collector (collecting as research)
    Videos, text and links on how to get files from various sources from screen, webpage, digital cameras etc.

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    EndNote X6 Basic for MAC
    An introduction to the basic features of EndNoteX6 for MAC users

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    EndNote X6 for MAC
    This is a guide to the advanced features of EndNote X6 when operating on the MAC platform. It includes download strategies for a wide range of databases and a guide to synchronising the desktop library with EndNote web

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    EndNote X7 Basic for Mac
    An introduction to the basic features of EndNote X7, including links to EndNote Online for Mac users

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    Getting images from a Digital Camera
    Getting images from a Digital Camera is pretty straight forward. However this is the easy part, its getting the right image and making sure your digital file is good enough for your output. Set you camera or mobile phone to the highest settings, this will give you more options when you come to manipulate or edit the file Remember to make copies of files for editing so you can always return to your original image if you need too

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    Modifying styles in MS Word 2011 for Apple computers
    Applying Styles gives your document formatting consistency, but if you don't like how a Style looks then Modify the style to suit your need. Learn how to change font and paragraph attributes of Styles. For best viewing Download the video.

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    Scanning Images
    Sometimes you may need to scan in photographs, books or magazines. Scanning is the easy part but making sure your settings are right is the important part. Scan at 300dpi to the size you need to print A4 scanner but you need A3 print - no problem scan at 600dpi Always scan as a TIFF file format as this will give you a non compressed source to work from.

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    Setting up New Managed Printers
    Video guides for Staff and Students on how to set up the Konica Minolta Managed Printers at WSA using a Mac Lion and Snow Leopard. Support is provided by iSolutions and Serviceline on x25656

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    Using Macs at WSA (basics)
    Materials on creating files and folders on the Mac Operating System (10.5 / Leopard). Creating folders to organise your files is very important, this will help you to keep track of your work, create simple backups (making copies of data so that these additional copies may be used to restore the original after a data loss event.) and much much more. Whatever computer you like using, they all work on the basic principle of using folders to organise files. Files and folder should have meaningful names do not use special Characters like £$%&! and never use a ‘.’ except before a file extension. It is best to start creating your folders in the documents (or my documents) folder and not on your desktop, it gets untidy.

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