AppleScript is an easy-to-use scripting language that allows you to control applications on a Macintosh. With AppleScript, you can speed up processes, reduce user error, and ensure consistency. It also enables automated workflow and routine tasks, unattended operation 24 hours a day, and even cross-platform scripting. Author Ben Waldie carefully explains all of these capabilities and more in this Virtual Training Company tutorial. You can begin learning right away by clicking one of the links below.
Adobe Acrobat 4 is used primarily for the creation of PDF files for CD and on the web. If you want to create a file (or scanned material) for 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, Dave Cross guides you through the basics of Acrobat 4 and creating PDF files, then slides into more complicated topics, such as adding interactive links and digital signatures. To get started, simply click one of the movie topics below.
Microsoft Windows 98 is the operating system that makes your computer work and play better. It provides you with easier Internet access and usage, better performance, and easy system diagnostics and maintenance. After author Angie Rawling explains the basic components of Windows 98, such as the accessories, files, folders, and toolbars, she instructs you how to customize the interface, run Explorer, install programs, upkeep, and more. You can begin learning from this Virtual Training Company tutorial immediately by clicking on one of the topics below.
TCP/IP, or Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol is actually a suite of protocols that gives you the ability to transmit, connect, provide maintenance, check for errors, and troubleshoot a network. You can even connect to a remote machine and control it. TCP/IP is must-know information for the network administrator. In this Virtual Training Company tutorial, author Louis DiPaola guides you through the utilization capabilities of TCP/IP. He teaches you IP addressing and routing, monitoring, communication options, and much more. You can even begin learning immediately by clicking one of the topics below.
Fireworks 3 is a design application for screen graphics that allows you to create graphics using both vector and bitmap applications. Scott Doucet is your instructor in this Virtual Training Company tutorial. He will cover all the basics of the Fireworks 3 workspace. He teaches you how to create, import, and export documents. He will show you how to draw objects, and will also tell you about many available editing options. He even covers the integration of Fireworks and Dreamweaver. To get started, simply click one of the topics below.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 provides a complete set of tools for creating powerful presentations. Organize and format your material easily, illustrate your points with your own images or with clip art, and even broadcast your presentations over the Web. Virtual Training Company author Angie Rawling shows you how to get the most out of this application. In this 8-hour tutorial, she explains the basics of PowerPoint, how to create and modify presentations, clip art and drawing tools, printing and packaging, and more. You can start to learn now by clicking one of the PowerPoint subjects below.
Pagemill 2 is a useful tool in setting up your own web site. In this Virtual Training Company tutorial, you will be taken through the building of a complete web site. You will learn about basic text control, adding images and hypertext links, creating forms and tables, and frames. This tutorial also covers CGIs and plug-ins, like QuickTime, and setting up Tango. To get started, simply click one of the topics below.
Built on NT technology, Windows 2000 Professional delivers the business operating system to the next generation of computing. With built-in Web and application services, Internet-standard security, and record-breaking performance at a low cost, it is one of the best operating systems for doing business on the Internet. Learn all about it in Virtual Training Company's tutorial. You will soon be able to customize your desktop, configure hardware, and use the control panel as author Louis Dipaola teaches you step by step how to use Windows 2000. This tutorial is a wonderful resource in preparing for the Microsoft Certification Exam #70-210. If you want to start learning now, simply click on one of the subjects below.
Adobe InDesign 1.0 Software shares the language of professional designers, delivering unparalleled creative freedom, productivity, and precision for designing superb pages. It works seamlessly with Adobe's PhotoShop and Illustrator applications, providing a single integrated system that does not interrupt your creative process. Virtual Training Company author Ian Cowles begins by introducing and explaining the tools of InDesign and how to use them. He then moves on to formatting, drawing, exporting, useful tips, and more. VTC allows you to learn from this tutorial right away, by simply clicking on the section you desire.
Microsoft Windows NT 4 Workstation is one of the most powerful desktop operating systems for business computing. With it's updated interface, remote management capabilities, and troubleshooting tools, NT 4 Workstation is easy to use. It also protects operating system code, device drivers, and data from applications, making it a secure and reliable system. Author Mark Fletcher first gives a detailed overview of the main components of the workstation, including the taskbar, start menu, and windows. You will also learn how to add users and groups, how to restrict permission, how to create messaging, and more in this Virtual Training Company tutorial. To begin learning right away, click one of the sections below.
Microsoft Visual Basic 6 is a versatile language, usable for business applications, database interface, gaming applications, and even for presentations. Professor Arthur Lee authors this Virtual Training Company tutorial. He begins by introducing code and the controls needed in Visual Basic. Learn all about variables, debugging, and creating menus, as well. To get started now, click below on the topic of your choice.
Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server is a very popular server. Not only is it convenient to use, it is also a stable operating system. NT 4 is excellent in running applications. It has a graphical user environment, allows desktop configuration, is capable of multitasking, and has a large load capacity. In Virtual Training Company's NT 4 Server Installation tutorial, author Louis DiPaola makes installation seem amazingly easy. After teaching you how to install, he explains configuring the control panel utilities, setting up sharing and security, and more. Go ahead and begin to learn by clicking the topic of your choice below.