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Filter Forge 6 Releasing Soon and Fully 64-Bit

I got an e-mail recently from the folks who make Filter Forge. They made me a deal I couldn’t refuse. If I would write a few words about the upcoming Filter Forge 6, they would give me an upgrade for free. There were no criteria about what to write, just …

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What New Do We Have to Offer for CorelDRAW?

I am asked quite often when I am going to write a book on CorelDRAW X7 or X8. The answer is always the same, I have written my last book on CorelDRAW. For those who want a detailed answer, please read One Door is Closing, Another to Be Opened post …

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Who Controls Your Online Properties?

Recently I met with a local business in hopes of helping them with their Web site or other online content. While they were interested in having my help, there was nothing I could do because a former friend had taken their accounts hostage. First I mentioned that the domain name …

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Need to Constantly Evolve a Web Site

As a Web designer, I’m constantly talking with clients and potential clients who haven’t updated their sites in years. Sometimes it extends beyond a decade. Think about your own business and ask yourself if there have been changes in the last decade? What about the last couple of years? Or …

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Tap Dancing Instead of Upgrading

When I have the opportunity to get out and talk to users, I get to hear their stories. There are times I shake my head at how far users will go to avoid upgrading. In the first category, I’ll put those in desperate need of a new computer. The one …

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How Often Do You Update and Maintain Your Web Site?

Over the last few days, I spent quite a bit of time with Web security experts. Some worked for private Web security firms and others worked for some of the big Web hosting companies. The scope of all the discussions we had dealt specifically with WordPress. Though much of the …

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Do You Have a Better Scanner Than Me?

In a recent client meeting, we were discussing a number of old photos that needed to be scanned for a Web site. I understand that clients always want to save money if there are tasks they can complete themselves. In this case, I’d suggested that I should scan the photos …

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Two Projects Created With CorelDRAW

I’m going to be speaking in a few weeks at the East Coast Awards and Personalization Expo and I wanted to teach attendees something really cool. I’m going to describe the basics below, but you are welcome to come to the show in person and attend my sessions if you …

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Setting the Correct Page Size in CorelDRAW is Very Important

One of the most overlooked and misunderstood features in CorelDRAW is the imposition feature. I’ll describe a simple example of it and I’ll recommend that you dig in a bit deeper to see the many ways it can help you. Yes, this is especially important for those of you using …

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Do You Have an Effective Sign?

If you are trying to bring people to you, you need an effective sign. While on my summer getaway in Loreto Bay, I saw two really cool signs promoting the towns of Loreto and San Felipe. They may not be the right kind of sign for your needs, but I …

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