Microsoft Office 2001 is a great suite that allows you to perform a variety of tasks, such as sending email, creating newsletters or other documents, creating charts and graphs, and putting together presentations. Mark Maggiacoma guides you through this Virtual Training Company tutorial by introducing you to the basics common to all the different features, like creating new documents and saving. He then covers the Project Gallery, where you can set up menus, shopping lists, workout logs, and much more. You will be led from the basics, through editing, layout, special items, and finish with how to print in Word 2001, Excel 2001, and PowerPoint 2001. You will also learn how to use Entourage, including how to set up multiple email accounts. To get started, simply click one of the topics below.
Mac OS 9 is a Macintosh Operating System that features 9 Internet tools, including Sherlock 2, the ultimate in search engines. In this Virtual Training Company tutorial, author Chuck Taylor takes you step-by-step through each and every menu and all the options, from the Apple to the Special Menu. He goes over the desktop, the control strip, and even fills you in on updating to OS 9.1. Learn this Mac operating system inside and out in no time at all. To get started, simply click one of the topics below.
Tired of stacks of business cards and never being able to find the right one? Then you need Symantec ACT! 2000, a contact management application. Bill Ferguson is your certified instructor in this Virtual Training Company tutorial. He will help you get more organized by showing you how to create contact records and a contact list, how to schedule your day, and how to use this information to create mail merges or transfer information onto letterhead and envelopes. After introducing you to the basics of ACT 2000, he will show you some more advanced uses, such as Sales Opportunity Management and Group Management. Go ahead and get started learning today! Simply click one of the topics below.
UNIX is a family of operating systems. UNIX Shell is common in text-based or command-line UNIX programs. The commands of UNIX shell are compatible with all brands of UNIX, including Linux. This Virtual Training Company tutorial teaches the fundamentals of UNIX Shell even if you have no prior knowledge of UNIX or UNIX Shell commands. Author Mark Virtue helps you get a better understanding thorough demonstrations of processes such as logging in, copying files, combining programs, using telnet, and more. To get started, simply click one of the topics below.
CSS2 (Cascading Style Sheets, Level 2) is a language that allows you to separate content and style within a document. It makes developing and maintaining a web site a much easier task. In Virtual Training Company's tutorial, author Anthony Knox introduces you to CSS2, the structure of CSS, and how to create a basic style sheet. He guides you through visual formatting, such as positioning, and into advanced visual formatting, such as height and width properties. He will show you how to work with font, text, tables, and aural style sheets, as well. To get started now, simply click one of the topics below.
Whether you're a pro or a beginning artist, Bryce 5 is an easy way to create, explore, and animate extraordinary imagery. It's perfect for multimedia, video, and the Web. Author Matt Neutra takes you from the basics through some of the more advanced features in this 11.5 hour Virtual Training Company Bryce Tutorial. He will show you all of the tools of the interface, how to create objects, editing terrains and trees, and even lighting and camera use. You can start learning right away by clicking on one of the movie links below.
Adobe Premiere 6 is a wonderful application for video editing, both on Mac and PC. It is used for capturing digital and analog video, editing it, adding special effects, graphics and titling, and for outputting back to video. Mark Schaeffer gives an overview and goes over the interface of Premiere in this Virtual Training Company tutorial. After covering the basics, he will teach you many editing techniques, as well as filters, transparency, and exporting. See what you can learn by clicking one of the chapter links below.
Adobe GoLive 5.0 software gives you industrial-strength design, production, and management features so you can create professional, dynamic, database-driven Web sites. Tightly integrated with other Adobe products such as PhotoShop, Illustrator, and LiveMotion, Adobe GoLive software protects your code from modification and corruption while offering industry-leading site layout and management functionality. Author Steve Adler, a Certified Adobe Expert, takes you through all these wonderful GoLive 5.0 features in this ten hour Virtual Training Company tutorial. Among the topics he will teach you are the layout grid, site management, floating boxes, site design, and publishing. You can start learning right away by clicking on one of the movie links below.
Adobe Acrobat 5 is used primarily for the creation of PDF files for CD and on the Web, although it has a lot of other features. If you want to create a file (or scanned material) for use by others who don't have your application or fonts, then Acrobat is used to create the PDF file (Portable Document Format). Using Acrobat Reader (a free application), anyone can view your document just the way you created it. In this Virtual Training Company tutorial, author Andrew Hathaway begins by explaining the components and interface of Acrobat 5. He then moves to teaching you how to create PDF files, as well as editing, selecting, and many other features of this application.
Lasso is a text language that serves as an intermediary between what browsers understand (HTML) and the server software, databases, form information, raw files and other text files. Lasso will allow you to make your database, web site and other files work in conjunction with each other, based on the input of the user. This Virtual Training Company tutorial is recommended for the person who has a good working knowledge of HTML, Internet fundamentals, server and computer hierarchies, and the terminology involved with it. With its linear layout, it is fashioned so the student may progress through the tutorial step by step; however, experienced users may wish to skip to more advanced lessons. You can start learning right away by clicking on one of the movie links below.
Virtual Training Company's CompTIA A+ Certification (2003 Objectives) tutorial is a wonderful resource tool in preparing for the A+ Certification test. Certified instructor Bill Ferguson begins by taking you through the basics: terminology, how computers function, software and hardware relationships, BIOS and CMOS, memory management, storing data, and how video and audio are produced. Learn about electricity and power supplies, such as UPS (uninterrupted power supplies), and different methods of communication. Several operating systems, including Windows XP, are covered in detail. He even goes over tips for taking and passing the CompTIA A+ Certification test. To get started, simply click one of the topics below.
AOL (America Online) 6 is an Internet Service Provider and more. It contains a browser, mail provider, and content provider that allows pictures, chats, a calendar, and more, all in one software package. Follow Matt Neutra, your guide in this Virtual Training Company tutorial, as he takes you through the welcome screen and the navigation of AOL 6 and over sending email with attachments, the address book, and the download manager. He even shows you how to set up your buddy list for instant messaging and how to set parental controls. Discover the many useful features of AOL 6 now by clicking one of the movie links below.