Display archivesDemo of the Apple Pencil on an iPad Pro

April 11th, 2016
Excerpt from a lesson recorded for Skillsoft: New Features of iOS 9.

 

 

 


Display archivesNew course: Excel 2016 Formulas & Functions in 90 Minutes

March 18th, 2016
I’ve just released a new course: Excel 2016 Formulas & Functions in Only 90 Minutes. Even if you already know Excel, you’ll still learn new functions that Microsoft added a few weeks ago. Introductory price is $20, but for the next week, it’s $10 with coupon code FFB0318. There are 15 available. Always appreciate your feedback!

 

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www.udemy.com/excel90min

 

 


Display archivesHow to make a Gantt chart in Excel

March 10th, 2016
Free tutorial, published by Tuts+

 

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Read the tutorial or watch the video here. Exercise file is included.

 

 


Display archivesExcel 2016 Essentials course now available

January 23rd, 2016
Do you need to learn Excel 2016? Check out my new course for both Windows and Mac, published by Pluralsight.

 

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Display archivesTutorial: multiple artboards in Photoshop

December 20th, 2015
In the recent update of Photoshop CC 2015, Adobe introduced multiple artboards. You can now have as many artboards as you want in the same file, perhaps for multiple versions of a design. I just published a thorough tutorial on the feature in my Mastering Photoshop Layers course on Udemy. If you already purchased this course, you immediately have access to the new lesson at no additional cost. So happy holidays!

 

Multiple artboards in Photoshop

 

 


Display archivesAfter Effects tip: move the in-point or out-point of a layer

October 5th, 2015
I just discovered a great tip for After Effects: let’s say you pasted a layer from one composition to another, and the layer is very far away from the CTI, which you’re probably looking at. Rather than zooming out, scrolling, pushing, etc, and rather than manually typing the time code for the in-point in the layer, just press “[" (the left square bracket key). That moves the layer, so the in-point is at the CTI. Alternatively, press "]” (the right square bracket key) to move the out-point of the layer to the CTI. In either case, the duration of the layer will remain unchanged.

 

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