By Mike Wong | Thursday, September 24, 2015
There are times when a full-fledged chart in Excel is overkill and you just want to create a quick visual representation of your data.
For those times, here are three in-cell alternatives for using charts in Excel.
By Mike Wong | Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Creating and delivering an effective business presentation can be nerve-wracking for many people. Breaking the presentation-building process into logical chunks provides the structure you need to successfully create and present your next project at work.
Follow these tips to get started in the right direction.
By Mike Wong | Saturday, September 19, 2015
There are thousands of Excel tips out there—many of which you’ll rarely need to use.
But you can use these five little-known tips every day to make the time you spend in Excel more efficient and productive.
By Mike Wong | Friday, September 18, 2015
These 10 PowerPoint shortcuts will help you repurpose themes from other presentations, play sound across multiple slides, discover hidden keyboard commands, create custom slideshows, and save your presentation as a template for future use.
By Mike Wong | Saturday, December 27, 2014
With over a million apps on the iTunes App Store, you might think that it’s easy to build an iOS app. And for experienced developers, that may very well be the case.
For guys like me, though—who have no experience with Objective-C (or Apple’s new programming language, Swift)—it’s harder than you think to build your first iOS app.
But it’s not impossible. You just need to know how to get started.
By Mike Wong | Friday, February 22, 2013
Most people know lynda.com for our immense training library of over 80,000 video tutorials. But we also have an in-house documentary team that’s producing some very compelling documentaries with the same high quality as our individual training titles.
Recently the Santa Barbara International Film Festival screened our latest full-length documentary Jerry & Maggie: This is not photography. The film takes us inside the home and workspace of husband-and-wife artists Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor, who push the boundaries of photography with their haunting, layered dreamscapes.
“It was a great screening with Bruce and Lynda in attendance. Full house, great Q&A session,” said David Niles White, documentary producer at lynda.com. “It was everything we could hope for as filmmakers.”
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