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Date: 2007-09-19
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Understanding & Using SmartArt In PowerPoint 2007
Part 8 of our series of excerpts from PowerPoint 2007 Essential Training
In this segment David introduces you to SmartArt basics, and you will learn to use SmartArt in your Powerpoint 2007 presentations. He also shows the various types provided, and uses them to build a dymanic organizational chart.

Acrobat 3D Version 8 Essential Training: Using the Acrobat 3D Toolbar
In Part 2 of our excerpts from Lynda.com's Acrobat 3D training, trainer Brian Wood shows how to use the Acrobat 3D toolbar
One of the challenges of sharing 3D CAD documents results from the sheer size of the files and the potential incompatibility among file formats. With support for major CAD applications, Acrobat 3D can now save and export 3D files as PDFs. This allows for easier viewing, slideshow creation, document sharing, and supporting document editing. In Acrobat 3D Version 8 Essential Training, Brian Wood teaches users how to create, convert, manipulate, and share 3D files using the key features of Acrobat 3D. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.

Ruby on Rails Proves It Deserves the Hype
With the advent of the Rails framework, the Ruby programming language is making its way toward the top
With the multitude of programming languages out there such as Fortran, Java, C++ and C#, you may wonder why Ruby on Rails has suddenly become such a hot topic in the development world. Created in the late 1990's by an individual in Japan, the Ruby programming language had a cult following but never reached top-tier status. In 2004, a company called 37 Signals released a Web programming framework called Rails, which was originally developed for their own in-house projects. Rails was written using the Ruby programming language.

Working With Shapes In PowerPoint 2007
Part 7 of our series of excerpts from PowerPoint 2007 Essential Training
In this lesson you will learn to use the built-in drawing and shape tools in Powerpoint 2007. Starting with how to use the simple supplied line and arrow shapes, you will move on to working with more complex shapes, including drawing 3D shapes and objects, and even shape effects.

Acrobat 3D Version 8 Essential Training: Introducing Acrobat 3D and the Acrobat 3D Toolkit
In Part 1 of our excerpts of Lynda.com's Acrobat 3D training, trainer Brian Wood gives a brief overview of Acrobat 3D
One of the challenges of sharing 3D CAD documents results from the sheer size of the files and the potential incompatibility among file formats. With support for major CAD applications, Acrobat 3D can now save and export 3D files as PDFs. This allows for easier viewing, slideshow creation, document sharing, and supporting document editing. In Acrobat 3D Version 8 Essential Training, Brian Wood teaches users how to create, convert, manipulate, and share 3D files using the key features of Acrobat 3D.

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