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Join Me in Las Vegas in March

I looked at my calendar yesterday and realized that in less than a month I’ll be in front of a group of CorelDRAW users in Las Vegas helping them improve their skills. Will you be one of the users in the audience? If you have any questions at all, please …

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Fixing Windows Software Scaling on High DPI Displays

I got a new laptop with Windows 10 and it has an amazing display on it. The new screen is 15.6″ with 3840×2160 pixels. Otherwise known as a 4K screen. To be exact it is the Dell XPS 15. All those glorious pixels come with a downside. Not all software …

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How to Read Kindle Books and Why Are Kindle Books Free?

I’ve recently done some posts where I listed Kindle books that were available for free at the time the post was written. Three Free Kindle Books on Murder, Space and Ghosts Start 2016 With Four Free Kindle Books Eight Free Kindle Books in a Variety of Genres These posts have …

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Closing Dockers in CorelDRAW

Loyal readers are well aware that we moved the unleash.com Web site recently to a new server. This meant that anything attempting to connect to the old content would no longer function. As decisions were made about what content to move forward and what content to leave behind, we looked …

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Sun Visors Etc Makeover With WordPress

It was over a year ago that we built a new site for Sun Visors Etc to replace an online store scheduled to be discontinued. All of the details of this makeover are described in a new post entitled Sun Visors Etc Web Site Makeover on our site Web Design …

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Do You Know How Your Email Works?

I’m sure some of you know exactly how your email works. Unfortunately I often hear from users who don’t know how email works. My fear is that their misunderstanding of email will mean those users miss this post. Just in case, I want to outline a few things to help …

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Unleash Your Social Media Branding

Last Friday I told you about our new Photos Unleashed service that goes along with the services we provide for Web design. It came out of seeing so many of our Web design clients needing help with their photos. Another area where clients needed assistance is having a consistent brand …

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I Am Pompous And Foolish Because I Wish To Be Paid

I have a number of stories to share today about helping others. I was called “pompous and foolish” because I had the gall to ask someone to pay for my time. I’ll get to that story after another short story. Last week was the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United …

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Importing Stock Artwork Into CorelDRAW

You may have seen that I included an SSL graphic in my post yesterday, Securing Web Sites Often Requires Finding Insecure Elements. It was a stock vector graphic I got from iStock. In the ZIP file I downloaded were two files, a JPG (obviously a bitmap) and an EPS. Both …

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Know Ad Specs Before Designing and Corel Black Friday Deals

I’ve had to design two advertising pieces for a client recently and both pieces required very exacting specifications. The first was an ad for a magazine. The client simply told me the outside dimensions of the ad and “send them a JPG”. I knew those specifications were likely to be …

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