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This is the February 2006 issue (#22) of our Free monthly Newsletter for EducationOnlineForComputers.com, giving you the most current Free online Microsoft Office and Web Development Software Training and Tutorial Resources that we have recently discovered and researched. This newsletter is free to anyone subscribing (instructions at bottom, no username/password is needed). To access our member site, however, you do need a user name and password - registering as a member of EducationOnlineForComputers.com costs only $14 for two months, for more information please see Become a Member of EducationOnlineForComputers.com.
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2) The Best New Free Microsoft Office Training & Tutorial Sites:
This section of our newsletter contains the best new Free Microsoft Office training and tutorial sites that we have found and researched in the last few weeks.
How to Tutorials and Articles for Office 2003:
Here are 25 articles from Microsoft for learning about Microsoft Office 2003. Some of these are tutorials which will help you use Office 2003 more effectively and efficiently. And some are explanations of things such as how to order a replacement CD, support policy, and a history of Office 2003 updates. Also, here are some good Troubleshooting Articles for Office 2003: http://support.microsoft.com/ph/2488/en-us/?aid=3
Viewlet Video Tutorials for Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Here are viewlet video tutorials for Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, hosted by the University of Glasgow. These will help you learn some of the functions and features of these Microsoft Office applications.
Microsoft Word Video Viewlet Tutorials:
Microsoft Excel Video Viewlet Tutorials:
Microsoft Poweroint Video Viewlet Tutorials:
Workshop Tutorials and Materials for Excel, PowerPoint, and Access
Mississippi State University offers the some great free training materials, tutorials, and workshops. Here is their content for Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. All of these workshop training handouts are provided in PDF format. In addition to the handouts, the Powerpoint presentations and exercise files used during the workshop are provided.
Microsoft Excel Training Workshops:
Microsoft PowerPoint Training Workshops:
Microsoft Access Training Workshops:
16 Video Viewlet Tutorials for Microsoft Word
Here are 16 Microsoft Word video Viewlet Tutorials that will help you learn how to use some of Word's intermediate and advanced features.
Creating a Dynamic Index:
Sourcing and Incorporating Graphics:
Adding Pop up Boxes to Graphics:
Saving in the Appropriate Format:
Create a Drag & Drop Exercise:
Use the Track Changes Function:
Create a Multiple Choice Test:
4 More Word Viewlet Tutorials:
Changing Toolbars to 2 Rows
Adding Dot Leaders:
Double Indented Quotations:
Vertical Labels in a Table:
Excel 2000 Training Tutorials:
This site offers many well written training tutorials that will help you learn how ot use Excel to its fullest extent. Each of these tutorial topics contains several pages of screen shots to help you understand and apply the techiques and application features being demonstrated. Most of these tutorials also apply to Excel XP and Excel 2003.
Excel 2003 Tutorials and Free Video Training:
Teacherclick.com is designed to offer to the educational community completely free and high-quality software tutorials and online courses. Here are their Excel tutorials, including some excellent video training tutorial modules that are well designed and documented. Also included are step by step exercises. This is an exceptional site considering it is completely free.
Excel Tips and Tricks and a Great Excel Charting Tutorial:
Here are some excellent Microsoft Excel Tips and Tricks from Jon Peltier. The following are sample Excel files with some of the tricks he's learned over the years. This is only about 10% of what He has to post to his website and he says he'll add more later. Also included here is his well written tutorials on Charting in Excel. These will help you learn how to design and contruct charts and graphs using Excel.
Free Intermediate Excel Course:
This free online Intermediate Excel course, offered by ed2go.com, will show you how to use several advanced features of Exce, including charting, data filters, goal seeking, pivot tables, the solver, macros, and functions.
"How to Use" Outlook Tutorials from Outlook-tips.net:
This How To section of Outlook-Tips.net offers many step-by-step tutorials that show you how to use many of the features in Outlook. They also explain the reasoning behind some of Outlook's features.
Microsoft Access Tutorials:
Here are 5 Microsoft Access tutorials are hosted by the Univeristy of British Columbia.
The PowerPoint FAQ - Best Powerpoint Help and Tutorial Site:
This is the best how to and tutorial site on the web for Microsoft Powerpoint. It offers Help, Tips, Techniques, and Tutorials about how to use Powerpoint. It is your PowerPoint information resource where you'll find PowerPoint Help, Hints and How-tos; PowerPoint Answers, Add-Ins and Assists; PowerPoint Tips, Tricks and links to other PowerPoint add-ins, This site is where you want to look if you're seeking PPT resources and PPT sites.
PowerPoint Video Tutorials:
CBT Cafe is short for "Computer Based Training Cafe" and they offer some of the best produced free web based software training and tutorials on the web today. Their free training includes these following 5 PowerPoint tutorials in QuickTime Video format.
3) The Best New Free Training Sites for Flash, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, FrontPage, and other Adobe and Macromedia Applications
Flash MX 2004 Tutorials and Free Video Training:
Teacherclick.com is designed to offer to the educational community completely free and high-quality software tutorials and online courses. Here are their Flash MX 2004 tutorials, including several excellent video training tutorial modules that are well designed and documented. This is an exceptional site considering it is completely free.
Free Flash MX Course:
This free course offers an introduction to the Macromedia Flash multimedia authoring environment. It incorporates hands-on experience developing streaming web-based multimedia presentations including animation, sound, and graphics with Macromedia's Flash MX application. This content is freely available as an educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners. No instructor or moderator is present. Upon completion of this course, students will demonstrate their ability to work with Flash and the primary elements of multimedia such as time, space, sound, motion, navigation, and user interface design. Students will gain a basic understanding of project definition and project management.
Flash MX Lessons:
Lesson 1 - Introduction to Flash MX:
Lesson 2 - The Flash Interface:
Lesson 3 - The Flash Timeline:
Lesson 4 - Shape Tweening:
Lesson 5 - Text Effects:
Lesson 6 - Symbols and Libraries:
Lesson 7 - Labels & Navigation:
Lesson 8 - Movie Clips & Scripting Instances:
Lesson 9 - Masking:
Lesson 10 - Onion-Skinning:
Lesson 11 - Sound:
Lesson 12 - Optimization & Publication:
Free Flasb MX Tutorials and Video Training:
CBT Cafe is short for "Computer Based Training Cafe" and they offer some of the best produced free web based software training and tutorials on the web today, covering the most popular web design and graphics software programs. Their free training modules include the Flash MX tutorials in HTML, QuickTime Video, and Flash Video training formats in this post.
Workshop Handouts for Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Fireworks, and Premier:
This page contains zipped files of class handouts and materials for software workshops, including Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Fireworks, and Adobe Premier. Some of these files are self-extracting zip files and have an .exe extention. These files decompress without requiring decompressiong applications. Some files are .zip files and require a decompression application such as 7Zip (http://www.7-zip.org/).
1911 Photoshop Tutorials:
PS Workshop offers categorized links to 1911 Photoshop Tutorials, giving you a great selection to choose from for that exact Photoshop effect or technique you're looking for. Most tutorials are complete with step by step instructions that will give you the know-how and understanding to create some great images for logo designs or web sites.
Basic tips and shortcuts
Issues dealing with color and color manipulation
Photos and Scanning:
Photo editing and Scanning tips
Textures and backgrounds
Learning the Photoshop tools
Odds and Ends
Photoshop Tutorials in Video and PDF Formats
Designsbymark.com offers the following 9 Photoshop video tutorials and 26 pdf formatted Photoshop tutorials for your learning pleasure on this popular graphics and photo editing application from Adobe.
9 Photoshop Video Tutorials:
26 Photoshop Tips and Tutorials
Photoshop Elements Tutorials:
Photoshop Elements is a very powerful program for editing and creating digital images. These Photoshop Elements tutorials, in both html and pdf formats, are offered by classroomhelp.com, and cover many of the features of this graphics and photograph editing application.
Free Photoshop Video Training and Tutorials:
CBT Cafe offers very well designed and free web based software training and tutorials, covering the most popular web design and graphics software programs. Their free training modules include the following Photoshop Tutorials in html and QuickTime Video training formats.
Photoshop Elements for the Web Tutorials:
Here are some good basic tutorials showing you how to use Photoshop Elements, especially for the web and your web pages. These are offered by the Kent School District, Kent, WA.
Creating Text with Photoshop Elements:
Photo Editing: Edges and Alterations:
Photoshop Elements Filters Examples:
The Web Photo Gallery command:
Free Dreamweaver Tutorials and Video Training:
CBT Cafe offers very well designed and free web based software training and tutorials, covering the most popular web design and graphics software programs. Their free training modules include the Dreameaver tutorials in html and QuickTime Video training formats in this post.
Dreamweaver MX 2004 Tutorials and Free Video Training:
Here are teacherclick.com's Dreamweaver MX 2004 tutorials, including several excellent video training tutorial modules that are well designed and documented. Teacherclick.com is designed to offer to the educational community completely free and high-quality software tutorials and online courses. This is an exceptional site considering it is completely free.
FrontPage 2003 Tutorials:
Here are some good FrontPage 2003 tutorials showing you how to plan, design, and develop a web site that is interactive and entertaining. These are hosted by the Kent School District, Kent, WA.
Define Audience and Purpose:
View models | Discuss guidelines
Plan and Create Pages:
Brainstorm page titles | Storyboard site | Start a new Website | Create pages
Apply Structure and Theme:
Navigation structure | Shared borders | Shared border content (page banners and navigation bars | Themes | Views
Add Basic Elements:
Text | Hyperlinks | Graphics (and image formatting) | Tables | Other documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc.)
Add Advanced Elements:
Fixed backgrounds | Image maps | Page properties (non-themed pages) | Transitions | Thumbnails | Bookmarks | Interactive buttons | Forms | Edit > Replace | QuickTime Movies | Counters | Sounds | Search ability | Calendars
Free Books on Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Draw, Paint Shop Pro, 3DS Max
Here are several free ebooks in pdf format and books in html format. Included here are 2 Photoshop books, 1 Illustrator book, 2 Corel Draw books, 2 Paint Shop Pro books, and 1 3DS Max book.
Adobe Photoshop 5 (9.8M):
Teach Yourself PhotoShop In 14 Days:
Teach Yourself Illustrator 7 in 24:
Corel Draw 12 (52.0M):
Corel Draw 12 Itself (47.0M):
Teach Yourself Paint Shop Pro 7 in 24 Hours (44.2M):
Paint Shop Pro 7 Itself:
3DS Max 6 (68.6M):
4) The Best New Free Web Development Training Sites
Web Design Video Tips and Tutorials:
Designsbymark.com offers the following excellent 13 video training tutorials for teaching various areas of Web Design. These are in mov format, so you need an application or browser plugin that can play these files, such as Quicktime.
Web Page Authoring Course:
This is a free beginning hands-on introduction course to using Hypertext Mark-Up Language (HTML) to create web pages which can be uploaded and displayed in a browser on the Word Wide Web. Students will study and learn how to use HTML to create web pages with text in various sizes and colors, links to other sites, background color or patterns, graphics, tables and mailto links. Principles of design and color as they apply to screen presentations will be included. Also included are assignments for each lesson.
Free Course on Web Development with .NET:
On my Best New Free Computer IT Training Tutorial Resources blog at intelligentedu.com, I have posted the details for this free course about how to develop web applications and web services with the .NET (dotNet) development platform. It covers the building of web applications and web services using the Microsoft .NET development platform. The student will learn the basics of programming in the C# language, what the .NET Common Language Runtime is and how it works, how to use many of the .NET framework classes, how to use ADO.NET to access relational databases, and how to use ASP.NET to build web applications and services. In addition the student will learn about XML and how it is used in .NET. Most aspects of web applications and services will be covered: architecture, design, coding, data access, etc. The architecture of the .NET development platform will be discussed, as well as practical development issues such as debugging, deployment and security. Design for scalability, performance and availability will be emphasized.
Web Workshop: How to Build Dynamic, Interactive Web Sites:
Here are many tutorials and articles showing how to build dynamic and interactive web sites, from msdn.microsoft.com.The following tutorials and articles provide access to training content that was previously found in the Web Workshop.
The Index for the Web Workshop available here:
Free Web Design and Development Books
Index of /ftp/Docs/Internet:
- HTML by Example
- HTML Tags
- Using HTML 4
- Web Programming Desktop Reference
- Web Programming Unleashed
- Web Publishing With HTML
- Web Scripting Secret Weapons
- Webmaster Expert Solutions
- Designing Web Animation
- Graphics and Web Page Design
- Guide to Sizzling Web Sites
- Internet Security
- Creating Commercial Web Sites
- Cgi Step By Step
- CGI Programming Unleashed
- CGI Developer's Guide
- CGI Manual Of Style
- Apache Server Survival Guide
Index of /ftp/Docs/JScript
Dynamic HTML Tutorials and Articles:
More Dynamic HTML (DHTML) Tutorials:
Web Developers Virual Library offers the following tutorials on DHTML, or Dynamic HTML. DHTML gives web site developers control sto configure and design any page element and to change styles, positioning, and content at any time. It provides a richer, more dynamic experience on web pages, making them more like dynamic applications and less like static content. Dynamic HTML presents richly formatted pages and lets your users interact with the content on those pages without having to download additional content from the server. This means that a page can respond immediately to user actions, such as a mouse click, without having to retrieve an entire new page from the server.
In an Intoduction to Dynamic HTML, 3 main components of Dynamic HTML authoring are demonstrated:
- Positioning; precisely placing blocks of content on the page and, if desired, moving these blocks around (strictly speaking, a subset of style modifications).
- Style modifications; on-the-fly altering the aesthetics of content on the page.
- Event handling; how to relate user events to changes in positioning or other style modifications.
Here are several more tutorials for learning Dynamic HTML (DHTML) at "The Web Developer's Virtual Library":
Tools and Resources:
Cross Browser DHTML:
Beginner's Guide to DHTML:
DHTML Pop-Up Menus: A Parable of Triumph and Loss (Based on a True Story):
Beyond HTML Goodies:
The XML FAQ: Frequently-Asked Questions on the Extensible Markup Language:
This is the list of Frequently-Asked Questions about the Extensible Markup Language (XML). It has answers to most of the common questions people ask about XML. It also provides some information and links for related areas such as HTML, SGML, CGI scripts, PHP, JSP, Java, and databases. The FAQ is intended as a first resource for users, authors, developers, and the interested reader.
The XML FAQ v4.1 (2005-01-01) in a single HTML page:
Web Site Design Tutorials:
Web site design is more than just some text and pretty graphics. It consists of 3 important elements: sensory, conceptual, and reactive. Successful web dessign isn't only what you see, it's also what you think and feel as you navigate a web site. When designing a website, you need to consider the business aspect of the site along with the look and the feel of the site. This is what makes up the design. The following web design tutorials from wdvl.com discuss and demonstrate some of the basic and more advanced principles of web site design. There are articles here that will help you consider the design and usability of the site, as well as the internationalization of your site.
Books for Web Developers and Web Designers
Here are some books for Web Developers and Web Designers:
35 Free XML Book Chapters:
Here are 35 free book chapters covering XML related technologies, and specifically XML Schema, ebXML, SOAP, XSL, XSLT, Xpath, XLinks, XPointers, SAX, VoiceXML, Web Services, XML and the .NET Framework, and MSXM.
5) The Best New Free Windows, Linux, Hardware and General Computer Training Sites
Windows 2000 Basics:
This bookshelf contains tutorials covering the basics of running programs and working with files using Microsoft Windows 2000.
Windows XP Tutorials:
Here are the topics covered by these Windows XP tutorials:
- New elements in WindowsXP
- Basic concepts
- The Desktop
- Windows Explorer
- Recycle Bin
- Configuring the monitor
- Configuring the mouse
- Adding or deleteing software
- Adding new hardware
- Configuring the printer
- System tools
- Scheduled Tasks
- Windows Media Player Player
- Help from Windows
Microsoft Windows Tutorials:
http://www.functionx.com/windows/index.htmLesson 1: Introduction to Computers
Lesson 2: Fundamentals of Using a Window
Lesson 3: Fundamentals of Applications
Lesson 4: Windows Menus
Lesson 5: Window Representation
Lesson 6: Anatomy of a Window
Lesson 7: The Internet
Lesson 8: Windows Controls
Lesson 9: Introduction to Text
Lesson 10: Text Navigation
Lesson 11: Text Selection Techniques
Lesson 12: Text Processing
Lesson 13: Text Formatting
6) Software, Office and Computer Sites and Downloads Worth Mentioning
Free Outlook add-in to save images from messages, automatically save incoming file attachments to a folder, show an alert for suspected viruses, and perform common tasks on selected messages, forward to distribution lists and omit the sender, etc.
MS Access Databases:
You can download 20 free ready to run business applications that run on MS Access, including six with source code.
7) Question of the Month about Software Training:
Each month Jeff Love will answer a current or important question that we have received about computer and software training.
February 2006 Question of the Month:
How does OpenOffice.org 2.0 compare and stack up to Microsoft Office? Does it have better features in any areas, and does it have less advanced features?
Here are some articles are resources that will help you understand the similarities and differences betweeen OpenOffice.org and Microsoft Office.
Here is an OpenOffice-Microsoft Office Comparison Guide to help users and organizations view the trade-offs between the office suites:
OpenOffice 2.0 improved, but complex - Review by Rob Pegoraro at washingtonpost.com:
OpenOffice good choice, except for presentations - Review by Steven Vaughn-Nichols at eWeek:
Performance concerns with OpenOffice 2.0 - Review by George Ou at ZDNET:
Good overview of Office 2.0 enhancements - Review by Craig A. Adams at tectonic:
OpenOffice 2.0 Writer handles complex documents well - Review by Bruce Eckel:
OpenDocument Standard - OpenOffice vs Microsoft - Review by Gavin Clark at The Register:
OpenOffice.org 2.0 Features:
Sharing files between OpenOffice.org and Microsoft Office:
OpenOffice.org--as good as Microsoft Office?:
Open Office 2.0 Kicks MS Office Around the Block:
OpenOffice Templates and Forms for Document Production:
Word Automation provides a free download page of OpenOffice templates here:
They have also developed and customized templates for specific uses, including integration with Outlook and other contact/address books:
501 Things You Wanted to Know About Switching to OpenOffice.org By Tamar E. Granor:
The Tiny Guide to OpenOffice.org:
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