Category Archives: Misc. Tutorials

Microsoft Paint Tutorials for Kids or Beginners

Below you will see a few excellent tutorial links and videos for Microsoft’s Paint program. Check them out! Please report any bad links. Thank you.

Microsoft Paint Tutorial

Very well done MS paint tutorial showing all the basics of the Microsoft Paint interface. Must see first to learn the interface basics.

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How to draw Anime characters for beginners step by step

Don’t hit the back button yet. Below are the Top 10 best Anime drawing tutorials for beginners on the Web! Click the links below for step by step cartoon drawing tutorials on Anime, Manga, and Shippo. All easy for beginning artists. Learn how to draw character faces, hair, bodies, as well as hands and feet.

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SharePoint Designer for Office 365: Sub Folders in the Website Image and Document Libraries

SharePoint Designer is a powerful tool to use with your Office 365 Team or Public website. In this tutorial you will learn how to upload tons of images and documents to Libraries, as well as creating sub folders (which are disabled for the public website Libraries).

I will start with the Public Website Libraries. Office 365 has one default Image Library, and one default Documents Library. Until Microsoft enables the New Folder option, you can’t use sub folders.

In other words, you have to CRAM all images or documents in just one folder. That’s ok if your website is a tiny itty bitty website, but if you have hundreds or thousands of images or documents, then you need sub folder organization.

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Transfer your Microsoft Office Live Small Business account to Office 365

During my OLSB to Office 365 transition, I thought it would be easy … just copy and paste the pages over. But when I moved over my custom domain, all the images, documents, and hyperlinked pages all pointed to my old OLSB site.

To make matters worse, the O365 website editor has many unresolved issues. The worst being that it did not support OLSB’s Rich Text Format, like from Microsoft word. Now the O365 editor does not clean the RTF html code, so you get a lot of empty space between lines and paragraphs. There is a fix for this problem.

I will show you how to use SharePoint Designer to redirect OLSB web pages and the home page (default.aspx), documents, images and hyperlinked pages to your Office 365 website.

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