Expert Michael Meskers was here last week filming LearnKey’s Outlook 2010 training. The training showcases some of the great new features the latest version of Outlook has to offer like the ability to manage multiple email accounts, organize your emails with conversation threads, and stay connected to your social networks .
Microsoft enhanced the functionality, simplified things, and provided us with more ways to customize Outlook, which in turn allows us to be a lot more efficient.
Be looking for the release of our new Outlook 2010 training! It’s going to be great!
In volume 1, we showed you how to create an animation of a bouncing ball in Flash CS5. In volume 2, we want to take that bouncing ball and animate it a little more realistically by using the Ease In and Ease Out tools, as well as some other tricks.
Watch the video below and expose yourself to Flash…in a way that doesn’t get you arrested.
Have you ever wondered how to create something in Flash- say a ball? Have you ever wondered how to make that ball bounce? In this short tutorial by LearnKey’s Brad Washburn, you’ll learn exactly that! Watch and learn… and let us know what you think!
Congratulations to Marc Gibbs for being last weeks Trivia Winner!
Here are the rules for this weeks question…
Answer the question correctly in the comments to be eligible to win . Once you’ve submitted the answer in your comment, we’ll have a drawing and randomly pick a winner. The winner, who will be contacted via email by a LearnKey staff member, will be posted next Thursday, along with a new trivia question for the week.
Here’s the question:
True or False: If a users Domain password has expired, the user can change their password using the Outlook Web App, and then use Options > Settings>Password, to change their password.
This week’s prize: A LK-branded Flash Drive!
Contest run time: Thursday August 19th- Wednesday August 25th
Winner posted: Thursday August 26th
* Only North American residents are eligible to win prize *
*In order to receive prize notification, you must provide a valid email address with your comment*
On August 12, CompTIA posted a press release concerning a certification update delivered at the CompTIA Breakaway event this week. To summarize, IT jobs are expected to greatly increase over the next several years. With those new jobs, a different set of skills will be required according to industry trends.
“Trends in technology are changing the employment landscape,” Terry Erdle, senior vice president, skills certification, CompTIA, said in remarks delivered at Breakaway 2010, the premier event for IT companies in North America.
“It doesn’t mean that we don’t need people,” he added. “It’s just a different kind of job.”