Monday, June 11, 2012

Editing A PDF With Adobe Acrobat X Pro


Did you know that Adobe Acrobat X Pro allows users to edit text in a PDF? All FSU owned faculty and staff office computers are licensed for the professional version of Acrobat X. If you don't already have the software installed on your office computer, this Tech Connect article will explain how to get it.

Click here to see how to edit a PDF in Adobe Acrobat X Pro.

Written by Ferris Alexander

Friday, June 8, 2012

June 2012 Resale Store Promotion

Receive 25% OFF Desktops at the Computer Equipment Resale store on June 14 through 17, 2012 when you enter the promotion code "Flag" on the Payment Methods page. Item availability is limited.   Also, check out our Facebook page (Ferris State University- Computer Equipment Resale Store) for additional savings opportunities.

Record A Video With Snagit

Did you know Snagit can be used to record a video? This feature has many uses including:

Training videos
Instruction
Computer troubleshooting
Information sharing

Click here to see how it works.

What Technology Training Would You Like To See?

The Technology Assistance Center (TAC) needs your help! The TAC would like to provide technology related training to Ferris employees, but we need to know:

 "What are your training needs?" 

By completing the survey you will provide the us with valuable insight that will help us focus in on your needs.

The survey should take 5 minutes or less to complete. Please click on the link below to complete the survey.

http://TACtraining.questionpro.com

We appreciate you taking the time to help us help you.

Written by Jody Gardei

Understanding Computer Viruses


Thankfully, the exhaustive winter flu season is far behind us. However, another type of virus is alive and thriving; the computer virus. Infected, malignant, and spreading are all synonymous with the average computer virus.

Computer viruses can cause end-user frustration, unstable computer performance, and potentially--data loss. By fully understanding computer viruses