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#438 Vysor: To view your phone screen on a PC or Mac

Sometimes you want to demo something from your phone to a wider audience, maybe at a presentation or a demonstration. You may want to do it live or just to record something from your phone to put in a presentation. Vysor is a app in the chrome browser that allows you to do just that… Continue reading #438 Vysor: To view your phone screen on a PC or Mac

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#433 Recognising Fonts from Images

Ever been stuck wondering what a font is? Ever wanted to download a font that has been used in a design? Using your phone with Adobe Capture you can now snap a pic or load from your camera roll and Adobe analyses it and points you to Type Kit fonts that are the same or… Continue reading #433 Recognising Fonts from Images

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#428 Organise Apps (Android)

Sick of cycling through loads of screens to get at the app you want. You can organise them into folders and customise your launcher. Photo by Brandon Lopez on Unsplash   See more on the Nova Launcher below         (this is not an endorsement just for info. We are in no way affiliated to… Continue reading #428 Organise Apps (Android)

Digital creation · Microsoft Office · Timesavers · Top tip · Word

#418 Auto text generation in Word

Need to quickly generate a document to test something. Word has some in-built formulas that will randomly generate text for you to work with. =rand(5,5) – generates auto text with number of sentences and paragraphs specified =lorem(10,10) – generates the classic latin =rand.old(9,9) – generates the “quick brown fox….”   Photo by Charisse Kenion on Unsplash