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Multimedia Projector MODEL: PLC-XU55 •PLC-XU50• PLC-SU50 - Owner’s Manual - TRADEMARKS - G Apple, Macintosh, and PowerBook are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Computer,Inc. G IBM, VGA, XGA, and PS/2 are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines, Inc. G Windows and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. G Each name of corporations or products in the owner's manual is a trademark or a registered trademark of its respective corporation. - To the Owner - Before operating this projector, read this manual thoroughly and operate the projector properly. This projector provides many convenient features and functions. Operating the projector properly enables you to manage those features and maintains it in better condition for a considerable time. Improper operation may result in not only shortening the product-life, but also malfunctions, fire hazard, or other accidents. If your projector seems to operate improperly, read this manual again, check operations and cable connections and try the solutions in the “Troubleshooting” section at the end of this booklet. If the problem still persists, contact the dealer where you purchased the projector or the service center. CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE EXCEPT LAMP REPLACEMENT. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT DANGEROUS VOLTAGE CONSTITUTING A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK IS PRESENT WITHIN THIS UNIT...
D-Link ™ DGS-1016D DGS-1024D 16/24-Port 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet Switch RECYCLABLE (November 2005) P/N: 6DGS1024D.02G D-Link DGS-1016D/DGS-1024D Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet Switch Information in this document is subject to change without notice. © 2005 D-Link Computer Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of D -Link Computer Corporation is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: D-Link and the D-LINK logo are trademarks of D-Link Computer Corporation; Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. D-Link Computer Corporation disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own. FCC Warning This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with this user’s guide, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. CE Mark Warning This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Warnung! Dies ist ein Produkt der Klasse A. Im Wohnbereich kann dieses Produkt Funkstoerungen verursachen. In diesem Fall kann vom Benutzer verlangt werden, angemessene Massnahmen zu ergreifen. Precaución! Este es un producto de Clase A. En un entorno doméstico, puede causar interferencias de radio, en cuyo...
Manual Overview D-Link reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes in the content hereof without obligation to notify any person or organization of such revisions or changes. Information in this document may become obsolete as our services and websites develop and change. Please refer to the www.mydlink.com website for the most current information. Manual Revisions Revision Date 1.0 July 19, 2010 Description DCS-930L Revision A1 with firmware version 1.00 Trademarks D-Link and the D-Link logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of D-Link Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States or other countries. All other company or product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Copyright © 2010 by D-Link Corporation. All rights reserved. This publication may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, without prior expressed written permission from D-Link Corporation... Product Overview Package Contents • DCS-930L Wireless N Network Camera • CAT5 Ethernet Cable • Power Adapter • Manual and Software on CD • Quick Install Guide • Mounting Kit Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage than the one included with your product will cause damage and void the warranty for this product. If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller. System Requirements • Computer with Microsoft Windows® 7, Vista®, or XP • PC with 1.3GHz or above; at least 128MB RAM • Internet Explorer 6 or above , Firefox 3.5 or above, Safari 4 and Chrome • Existing 10/100 Ethernet-based network or 802.11n wireless network...
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Creating Flashcards in Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint slides can be used to create flashcards. When printed on card stock, the slides can be cut apart and used as flashcards for almost any subject. Consider these examples: • In language arts vocabulary words can be printed on one side of the card and definitions printed on the other side of the card. • In science chemical symbols could be printed on one side of the card and the name of the chemical on the other side. • In math the flashcards for the multiplication tables could be created. • For social studies historical events and their dates could be used. Laminating the cards will make them last a long time, a consideration for classroom sets. Flashcards should be created in multiples of six (with six flashcards printed per sheet). 1. Open Microsoft PowerPoint, and click on FILE > NEW > BLANK PRESENTATION. 2. Select a slide layout with text and graphics. 3. Type/insert clip art on the first six slides (flashcards) then add the information for the back of the flashcard on the next six slides. Note: In order for the correct definition to appear on each card, slide order has to be rearranged. For six flashcards, the first six slides will serve as the face of the flashcards. These will be in the normal order: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. The next six slides will be the backs of the flashcard and should be arranged 8, 7, 10, 9, 12, 11. When printed out this way, the correct information will appear on the back of the proper cards (back of slide 1 on slide 8, back of slide 2 on slide 7, etc.). 4. To rearrange the slides, select the SLIDE SORTER view, and drag the #8 slide in front of the #7, the #10 in front of the #9, and the #12 in front of the #11.C•R•E•A•T•E for Mississippi Copyright ©2001. All rights reserved.This document may be copied and distributed for nonprofit educational purposes only provided that credit is given to C•R•E•A•T•E for Mississippi. 5. When printing the slides, be sure that the HANDOUTS option is selected (six slides per page) in the PRINT WHAT pull down menu in the PRINT WINDOW. In the PRINT RANGE section of the PRINT WINDOW, select slide range 1-6. 6. When the first page is printed, reinsert the printed page into your printer so that slides 712 will be printed on the back. This may take some experimentation as it varies from printer to printer). Below are examples of flashcards created in the above manner along with a set of blank slides that show the order that is necessary for printing the flashcards properly and a blank set to be used as rough draft forms. When creating a presentation to use in this way, it is best to fill out rough draft forms first in order to minimize the number of times the slides have to be printed. Please review the rough draft forms and the template for flashcards as well as the examples provided before going on to create your own.
Creating PowerPoint Talking Storybooks Talking Object, Number, Alphabet Books Richard Walter – ACE Centre, UK Adapted by Sue Mistrett WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS GUIDE? Like its title suggests, this guide gives you step-by-step instructions on how to use Microsoft’s PowerPoint to create mouse-operated talking books using pictures scanned in from real books. It will also look at accessing these talking books using a single switch. It is, however, now possible to create your own books on the computer using hardware and software that is generally available in schools and many homes. These ‘talking books’ can be tailor-made to the interests and abilities of the pupils, text can be symbol-supported, and sounds and speech can be included to enable access to those with reading difficulties. Children can actively help to make their own accessible talking books, and this opens up more possibilities of creative and imaginative writing for pupils with learning difficulties. Before you start... Before you start gathering together piles of books to convert, be aware that putting together even a single talking book will take time. Creating a template (a master page that contains the page format and the buttons for turning the pages) at the outset will save hours of time when making a number of books, but even if you only intend to make one, do create a template first. We have created one for you – so that you can focus on adding pictures, text and sound today. First, plan your interactive stories on paper. A storyboard (that is, sketches of each page or slide) will help you keep track of the many possible scenes in your story. Make sure you write down titles for each page because you'll use those titles when creating the presentation in PowerPoint. On your storyboard, draw lines between slides—almost like a path—to show the choices the reader can make in following the story.
Create a self-paced interactive tutorial (Step-by-Step Guide) If you find yourself repeating the same class presentations or demos, consider making them into reusable interactive online tutorials. Online tutorials save you time and they make great prerequisite learning and homework assignments, reinforcing key concepts. With Adobe Captivate, you can produce interactive tutorials from scratch by importing assets such as images, video, and audio recordings, and then adding them to the slides in your tutorial. You can also create a tutorial based on an existing PowerPoint document, which is great for teachers and students who have a lot of content in this format already. You can present learners with decision points in the form of text or images. Each decision can include multiple responses. Each response can trigger text or audio feedback and can cause the presentation to branch to the most appropriate slide, anywhere in the presentation. You can also add buttons, such as Next, Previous, or Continue to use for basic navigation. This document shows how to create a simple interactive tutorials based on an existing PowerPoint presentation. Figure 1 Self-paced interactive tutorial Figure 2 Start page Figure 3 Convert PowerPoint Presentations dialog box Figure 4 Captivate project Figure 5 Filmstrip panel Figure 6 New Click box Figure 7 Click box options in the Properties panel Figure 8 Click box timing Figure 9 Size and position the click box Figure 10 Click box actions …Create a self-paced interactive tutorial Step-by-Step Guide
Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial Microsoft Word Microsoft Access Microsoft Office Main Microsoft Excel Microsoft Publisher Introduction into Microsoft PowerPoint Starting Up Microsoft PowerPoint Creating a Presentation Opening an existing Presentation Creating a Blank Presentation Different PowerPoint Views Slide Manipulation Slide Animation Slide Transitions View Slide Show Navigating While in Slideshow Pack up a presentation for use on another computer Introduction into Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful tool to create professional looking presentations and slide shows. PowerPoint allows you to construct presentations from scratch or by using the easy to use wizard. This tutorial will help you get started with Microsoft PowerPoint and may solve some of your problems, but it is a very good idea to use the Help Files that come with Microsoft PowerPoint, or go to Microsoft's web site Starting Microsoft PowerPoint Two Ways 1. Double click on the Microsoft PowerPoint icon on the desktop. 2. Click on Start --> Programs --> Microsoft PowerPoint Creating & Opening a Presentation After you open up Microsoft PowerPoint, a screen pops up asking if you would like to create a New Presentation or Open An Existing Presentation. AutoContent Wizard Creates a new presentation by prompting you for information about content, purpose, style, handouts, and output. The new presentation contains sample text that you can replace with your own information. Simply follow the directions and prompts that are given by Microsoft ©TeachUcomp, Inc.
Welcome to Teachucomp Inc.’s Mastering PowerPoint Made Easy™. PowerPoint is a multimedia program designed to create and display presentations. A presentation is a collection of slides that you show to a group. A slide is a screen that can contain any content that you wish. They are like old photographic slides, but with much more power and flexibility in their design. This “Advanced” part of the tutorial is designed to enhance the skill set of a user who can already create basic presentations with text and pictures. In this part of the tutorial you will learn how to apply animation. You will also learn how to insert multimedia files, shapes, tables and other types of more advanced objects into slides. The overall purpose of the Mastering PowerPoint Made Easy™ tutorial is to give you the talents and skills necessary to create impressive presentations that allow you to fully control the expression of your ideas and your creativity using PowerPoint. CHAPTER 11- Drawing Objects 11.1- Inserting Shapes 11.2- Formatting Shapes- 2013:2010 11.3- Formatting Shapes- 2007 Only 11.4- Inserting WordArt- 2013:2010 11.5- Inserting WordArt- 2007 Only Drawing Objects- Actions Drawing Objects- Exercises CHAPTER 12- Inserting Video and Sound 12.1- Inserting Videos- 2013 Only 12.2- Inserting Videos- 2010:2007 Only 12.3- Inserting Audio- 2013 Only 12.4- Inserting Audio- 2010:2007 Only 12.5- Animating Multimedia Playback 12.6- Recording a Sound –Inserting Video and Sound- Actions Inserting Video and Sound- Exercises CHAPTER 17- Inserting Charts, Tables, and Objects 17.1- Inserting Charts 17.2- Inserting Tables 17.3- Inserting Objects –Inserting Charts, Tables, and Objects- Actions –Inserting Charts, Tables, and Objects- Exercises CHAPTER 18- Setting PowerPoint Options 18.1- Setting PowerPoint Options –Setting PowerPoint Options- Actions –Setting PowerPoint Options- Exercises –Power Point Keyboard Shortcuts CHAPTER 13- Using Themes 13.1- Applying Themes 13.2- Creating Custom Color Schemes 13.3- Creating Custom Font Schemes 13.4- Customizing the Slide Background Using Themes- Actions Using Themes- Exercises
MATH298B TUTORIAL PACKET :Excel, Equation Editor, PowerPoint , Word Blank Page Inserted for Double−Sided Printing TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1: Microsoft Excel Tutorial PART 2: Equation Editor Tutorial PART 3: Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial PART 4: Microsoft Word Tutorial Please note that each Part has its own page−numbering system. Blank Page Inserted for Double−Sided Printing COVER PAGE MATH298B Excel TUTORIAL 2003 and beyond, Lawrence Morales Excel Tutorial - Page 1