Monthly Archives: October 2011

5 double-click tricks to optimize Excel

Since we love Excel so much and use it all the time, it seems only fitting that we honor it with 5 double click tricks that show off just how it easy it can be to use.  Ready?  Let’s go!  The Excel Logo – Here’s an easy one:  Locate the small excel logo in the…

The Admin Corner: Do you need VDI?

Recently in Vegas at the latest Techmentor conference ClipTraining’s J. Peter Bruzzese was asked to stand in for Christa Anderson who was scheduled to speak on the subject of VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure). The focus of the session was to answer the question “do you need VDI?” Bruzzese used his Keurig coffee maker to answer…

How to Create Artistic Backgrounds in Powerpoint 2010 | CBT Video Training

How to Rename Multiple Files at Once on Windows 7

Ready for a timesaver?  Let’s go! Earlier in the year, we introduced you to a utility called FastStone Photo Resizer.  In addition to it’s ability to resize a bunch of pictures at once, we also liked it’s easy ability to custom rename photos in large batches.  Today we’ll show you a simpler way to do…

Battery Monitor Video Tutorial | Windows 7 Tips and Tricks CBT

How to Use Evernote | Reviews and Features of Evernote | Online CBT Video

Our 100th Post from Techmentor Las Vegas

It has been an exciting year for ClipTraining thus far.  We released hours of new training for Office 2010 and more.  We released our new Learning Management System (LMS) v7 with all sorts of great new features like ClipAwards.  And we began our new blog in January.  Hopefully you have all enjoyed our sharing highlights like…

Top Windows 7 Tool Links

This week at Techmentor in Las Vegas, J. Peter Bruzzese is giving a lecture entitled “Four Hours of the Very Best Windows 7 Tips, Tricks and Tools on Earth” It’s a lot of fun and includes many of the same tips and tricks you learn while watching the ClipTraining Windows 7 series.  Bruzzese, co-founder of…

How to Use Sticky Notes for Windows 7 | Online CBT Tutorials

One of the most overlooked and easy to use programs that comes with Windows Vista and Windows 7 is Sticky Notes.  First arriving in Windows Vista, these little post it notes for your desktop are actually highly customizable through resizing and text formatting.  They make for a great way to organize quick thoughts or to…

Quick Access Toolbar Tutorial | How to Use the Quick Access Bar Video

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