Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Tech Tips

When inserting a picture in MS Word, it is best to use the Picture option on the Insert tab of your Ribbon, rather than copying and pasting. When you cut and paste an image into your Word document, Word treats it as TIFF file, which is much larger typically than JPG files, even if the image you started with was a JPG! When you insert images into your document correctly, using the Picture tool, you can save tons of disc space and communication bandwidth if you have to email your document. An added bonus is that your file will now load faster and you can more quickly make edits!

Canvas Corner

Did you know... the Canvas user interface (UI) is changing! Maricopa anticipates the change to occur May 18th. The new user interface retains all current functionality, but enhances the look of the global navigation and dashboard features. Please see the Interface Overview Video for ​​further details. More information to come.