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Clipping Masks [Video Tutorial]

| September 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

Hey there! Welcome back to the third video Tutorial of this series. If you haven’t watched the previous tutorials you can do so here:

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Adjustment Layers [Video Tutorial]

| September 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

Hi Again! Welcome back to the second post of this Photoshop Video Tutorials Series! In this tutorial, we’ll cover almost everything there is to know about Adjustment Layers. Adjustment Layers are extremely important in Photoshop, and understanding what they are, how they work, when to use them and why to use them, will give you […]

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How to Password Protect a Word Document in Office 2010

| September 9, 2011 | 8 Comments

Microsoft Word is a word processor which has been designed by Microsoft. Released in 1983, it has undergone many variations over the years. Presently, the latest version available for Microsoft Word is Microsoft Word 2010. This version has some fine nuances which are an improvement over its predecessor, Microsoft Word 2007. These include a better […]

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Masks & Layers Essentials [Video Tutorial]

| September 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Hey every one, I’m new to Computer Information Site. I’m going to be providing Photoshop Video Tutorials, and in the future hopefully also- Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere & Encore Tutorials.

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How to Enlarge Images with Maximum Quality in Photoshop using Alien Skin Blow Up 2

| September 5, 2011 | 1 Comment

Adobe Photoshop is the greatest photo editing software and is commonly used by both photo editors and graphic designers too. If you want to change some photo sizes in Photoshop, you are most likely to use a bicubic interpolation method which involves resampling image pixels. This, of course, will lead to a lower image quality. […]

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How to Colorize a Black & White photo in Photoshop using AKVIS Coloriage

| September 1, 2011 | 0 Comments

You can add color to a black and white photo using some Photoshop tools like adjustment layers, brushes or masks. However, the AKVIS Coloriage plug-in makes this job quick and automatic. Just as all other products created by AKVIS, Coloriage is extremely easy to use and has a very clean interface. To create some great […]

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How to use Microsoft Office Picture Manager for Beginners

| August 27, 2011 | 2 Comments

Pictures are a snapshot of a memory, of some moment. They are important reminders of our past and are saved for years by many. Many people cannot afford expensive picture editors like Adobe Photoshop but still want to change, crop, edit, and even add text to their photos. Fortunately Microsoft Office comes with a photo […]

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An Introduction to Microsoft Excel Formulas for Novices

| August 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

For many, working with Microsoft Excel is just a simple way to manage data and organize it clearly and concisely. Unfortunately, numerous users lack the ability to fully utilize all of the amazing features that Excel offers. In this tutorial I will show you how to work with Microsoft Excel so that you can accurately […]

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