Recording Macros in Word Expert 2010.

The macro recorder acts like a tape recorder, recording each step you perform. A macro records all the steps used to accomplish a task and then plays the steps back when you run the macro. When you are recording a macro, you can use the mouse to click commands and options. via aleksej75

Integrating Technology: Obstacles and Solutions

For my particular content area, Career Readiness, it is almost impossible for students to be successful without the use of technology. The expectation is that employees will have a professional, typed, and printed resume, cover letter, or application when pursuing a job/career. via carlymanhart

The “Evolution” of “Words”

A Victory & Reseda review of the 2016 Kia Optima “Evolution” is a word that does not pack the punch that “revolution” does. It is a weaker word, connoting that by shaping what is not broke would make it more enticing and inviting. via Victory & Reseda

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