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Scanning text or images on the Infolab iMacs

January 19, 2009 by Sue Weier

The attached document contains instructions on scanning text and images in the LSS InfoLab.  There is one scanner available attached to iMac number 8 and one attached to iMac number 17. These computers are located in the corners along the long north wall of the Infolab. Read more »

Saving documents to MyWebspace

January 5, 2009 by Sue Weier

The LSS InfoLab does not sell or provide storage media for files created by students in the lab.  There is no "scratch drive" which can be used as temporary storage.  We recommend that you become familiar with MyWebspace and store your files there. Read more »

Foreign character key combinations (Macintosh)

January 5, 2009 by Sue Weier

The attached document displays two types of key combinations often used when composing non-English documents on a Macintosh.

The Microsoft Word key combinations are a combination of Alt and a letter. These combinations may not work in the rest of the Office Suite. You can use these key combinations when you have an English keyboard selected.

The Macintosh key combinations are a combination of the option key and a letter. These key combinations will work in most Windows applications.

Foreign character key combinations (PC)

January 5, 2009 by Sue Weier

The attached document displays two types of key combinations often used when composing non-English documents in Windows.

The Microsoft Word key combinations are a combination of Ctrl-Alt and a letter. These combinations may not work in the rest of the Office Suite. You can use these key combinations when you have an English keyboard selected.

The Windows key combinations are a combination of an Alt key and a number. You may have to use the number pad on your keyboard to enter the number. These key combinations will work in most Windows applications.

New in the InfoLab - Fall 2008

November 24, 2008 by Sue Weier

The L&S Learning Support Services InfoLab (464 Van Hise Hall) now has 50 dual-boot MacBooks which run both Windows and MacOS. Read more »

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