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Photoshop fonts: Using Text Type and Text Editing to transform fonts - June 21, 2017
One of Adobe Photoshop’s many talents at your disposal is the ability to create and decorate fonts. This tutorial is for beginners, and the instructions are applicable for Photoshop Creative Suite 1 through 6. Character attributes 1. Open...
Hackintosh: Build a DIY Mac for gaming - June 21, 2017
Rob Griffiths decides to replace his nine-year-old Hackintosh (dubbed Frankenmac) with a new DIY Mac.
6 great Android features missing from iOS 11 - June 21, 2017
Call me a flip-flopper, but the new features in iOS 11 have me thinking of jumping back to iOS after switching to Android barely a year...
Corbin Smith Receives IMTA’s PSTECH Young CPA Scholarship - June 21, 2017
This year's IMTA PSTECH @ ENGAGE Young CPA Scholarship is awarded Corbin Smith.
How to remove malware from your Windows PC - June 20, 2017
Updated June 20, 2017: We’ve updated our links for suggested anti-virus programs, and have slightly adjusted our instructions to address program updates in Malwarebytes. Is your computer running slower than usual? Are you getting lots of...
How to search Google: 10 advanced tips and tricks - June 20, 2017
No matter how good you may be with Google search, there’s always something new to learn given Google’s constant tweaks. This perpetual state of change is most noticeable in Chrome, where Google can integrate search capabilities with its own...
How to switch from Mac to PC, part 6: Which Mac users should do it - June 20, 2017
After spending close to 20 years as a Mac user, I decided to switch to using a Windows 10 PC. Over the past few months, we’ve gone over all the angles of this decision: * What drove me to ...
IMTA's Standing Ovation Recognition Program - June 20, 2017
This page recognizes this year’s Standing Ovation Recognition Program recipients in information management and technology assurance section.
Windows 10: How to customize multi-finger touchpad gestures - June 19, 2017
One of the biggest improvements the Creators Update recently brought to Windows 10 was enhanced support for Precision Touchpads, the built-in mousepads on select laptops that support multi-touch gestures. As many a Mac user knows, the ability...
How to manage your digital music library - June 19, 2017
It doesn’t matter how big your music collection is if you can’t find the tunes you want. This in-depth guide will help.
How to use Microsoft Excel's Conditional Formatting - June 16, 2017
Microsoft Excel's conditional formatting is a wonderful "automatic" feature that allows you to formats cells based on the value of those cells or the value of the formulas in those cells. For example, you can specify that all the sales totals...
How to launch Chrome faster with Native Lazy Tabs - June 16, 2017
If you set Chrome to launch with the tabs you last had open, the browser's startup time can take forever. That's especially true if you last had 10 or more tabs going. The problem is that Chrome starts loading all your tabs at once, which can...
How to set up a wireless router - June 15, 2017
Setting up a wireless router doesn’t have to be an ordeal. And while router manufacturers must be commended for making it easier to install their products, these tips will make the process even simpler. I’ll also show you how to make sure your...
Google Slides: 3 Chrome extensions for better presentations - June 14, 2017
Google Slides has become a popular presentation app for those who want to avoid the...
5 vital Android settings that save your apps, data, battery and more - June 14, 2017
No matter what you do in Android, there are five settings that everyone should know.. These vital features range from one that limits your cellular data use to a cloud backup setting that preserves your data in case bad things happen to your...
Use your TV as a computer monitor: Everything you need to know - June 13, 2017
A couple of months ago, I took a good, hard look at my dual-screen setup and thought, hmmm, maybe I should get another monitor. A bigger monitor. Then, after an hour or two of researching 27-inch monitors online, I walked into my living room...
5 things to do before giving an old iPhone or iPad to your kid - June 9, 2017
Don't hand over an aging iOS device to your eager youngster before doing a little kid-proofing first.
10 basic iOS tricks every iPhone owner should know - June 9, 2017
From message stickers and 3D Touch to Live Photos and Apple Pay, iOS is stuffed with attention-getting features that grab headlines and demand rounds of applause at Apple keynotes. But some of iOS’s most useful features are, in fact, the...
How to download a Windows 10 ISO file - June 7, 2017
Everyone should know how to reinstall Windows 10, because you never know when a random mishap or malware will render your PC helpless. Put a copy of Windows 10 on an optical disc as an ISO file, or on a ...
Excel tutorial: How to import and parse complicated data - June 7, 2017
Importing data into Excel from other sources can a real headache, especially if you’re copying and pasting from an Internet source. Data that’s exported from a mainframe; from another program such as Microsoft Access, Lotus, Word or Word...
How to install Windows 10 on a USB drive with Microsoft's Media Creation Tool - June 7, 2017
Creating a USB thumb drive loaded with Windows 10 installation media is very easy thanks to Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool. With a prepared USB drive you can install the latest version of Windows on a new PC or ...
How to make a Windows 10 bootable USB drive - June 7, 2017
Microsoft makes it easy, assuming you have a Windows 10 license. You do, don't you?
How to delete your Google data - June 6, 2017
I deleted Google from my life for a while, and it worked out surprisingly well, despite the fact that Google is involved in a lot of things we deal with these days. For some, part of the reason for dropping Google is to protect your personal...
How to download your Google data - June 6, 2017
Google collects a lot of personal data about you and uses it to target search results and ads. In some cases, this data makes cool and useful personalization features possible. In other cases, it’s primarily for Google’s own monetization...
6 super YouTube tricks for Android and iOS - June 6, 2017
If you haven't checked in with the YouTube app for Android or iOS lately, now is a good time to a renew your acquaintance. Among other things, the YouTube app has added such eye-popping features as support for immersive VR videos, a private...
3 Google Slides tricks to engage your audience - June 5, 2017
Despite its austere appearance, Google Slides has some powerful features that can liven up your presentations and help you keep your audiences riveted. Here are three to start using on your next slide deck. Use speaker notes As a rule of...
How to buy and install a closed-loop liquid cooler—it's not as scary as you think - June 1, 2017
Peanut butter and jelly. Han Solo and Chewie. Expensive electronics and liquid. One of these things is not like the others. Anyone who has suffered a keyboard spill or fished a smartphone from a toilet bowl knows that liquids and electronics...
External drive died? Your data may still be easy to recover - May 31, 2017
Tawffic Abdul Wahab 's external hard drive stopped showing up on his system. Not a great thing to have happen. However, unlike with an internal hard drive, he's not necessarily looking at an expensive recovery bill. Note: The following is for...
6 ways to make the most of Android's Clock app - May 31, 2017
Who needs an alarm clock when you've got your Android phone handy? In the past year or so that I've relied on the Clock app on my Nexus 5X, I've rarely overslept. Now that I've got the hang of the Clock app's various features and foibles, I'm...
Create custom email addresses & extract domain names from URLs - May 30, 2017
Text to Columns Wizard: Create unique email addresses In an effort to control incoming emails, a massive hardware firm included email forms on its website, so user emails would be directed to a centralized location. Unfortunately, the format...
How to unsend Gmail messages with the Undo Send feature - May 30, 2017
We’ve all done it—hastily sent a terse email to a colleague or accidentally forwarded a dirty joke to “John” our boss instead of “John” our best friend (Thanks, autofill!). No sooner have you clicked “Send,” and you’re overcome by a wave of...
How to save Windows Spotlight images to your PC in a few clicks - May 26, 2017
A favorite pastime among Windows 10 users is to figure out ways to save Windows Spotlight images to...
7 Excel tips for huge spreadsheets: Split Screen, Freeze Panes, Format Painter and more - May 25, 2017
The bigger and uglier your Excel spreadsheet gets, the more you need to use certain features or tricks to keep a handle on the data. The seven features covered here will help you navigate, organize, and readjust your spreadsheet with as little...
CITP Mentor Program - May 25, 2017
The goal of the CITP Mentor Program is to provide a way for participants to develop their professional skills and better serve their employers and clients.
CITP Supplemental Podcasts - May 24, 2017
CITP candidates are recommended to use these podcasts in preparation for the CITP exam.
How we partnered with Ledgersync to make write-up more efficient (VIDEO) - May 23, 2017
We are pleased to announce that Ledgersync is now an accepted Bank Data Feeder to ...
IMTA Standing Ovation - Marie Hibbert, CPA, CITP - May 23, 2017
This page recognizes Marie Hibbert, CPA, CITP as a 2016 recipient of the AICPA Standing Ovation Recognition Program.
Create Out-of-Office Replies in Outlook 2016 for POP or IMAP Accounts - May 18, 2017
http://www.groovypost.com/ If you work in a corporation, chances are your email mailbox is running on a corporate email server which your IT team manages. Setting up automatic Out-of-Office replies is this scenario is simple and can be done in...
Information Management and Technology Assurance Podcasts - May 16, 2017
Podcast recorded by executive committee members of the IMTA Division on a variety of topics.
Why value billing doesn't work in accounting - May 10, 2017
There’s been much written about the promise of value billing in the accounting industry. But very few...
IMTA Standing Ovation - Jeff Cook, CPA, CITP - May 10, 2017
This page recognizes Jeff Cook, CPA, CITP as a 2016 recipient of the AICPA Standing Ovation Recognition Program.
AccountantsWorld Endorsed by Maryland Association of CPAs as Preferred Software Provider - May 4, 2017
AccountantsWorld is proud to announce a strategic endorsement from the Maryland Association of CPAs (MACPA). AccountantsWorld is the newest preferred provider of accounting practice management and software for the MACPA.   The MACPA...
AccountantsWorld presents the 2017 Expert Webinar Series - May 2, 2017
AccountantsWorld is proud to announce the launch of the ...
IMTA Standing Ovation - Matthew O'Leary, CPA, CITP - April 27, 2017
This page recognizes Matthew O'Leary, CPA, CITP as a 2016 recipient of the AICPA Standing Ovation Recognition Program.
CITP Qualifications FAQ - April 26, 2017
The CITP Credential FAQ captures general inquiries about the necessary qualifications to become a CITP.
Forget value billing. Think value building. - April 18, 2017
Dr. Chandra Bhansali, CEO of AccountantsWorldI recently attended a seminar on value pricing. The presenter started with a seven-minute video on “the backward bike.” This bike turns left when the rider turns the handle bar to the...
IMTA Standing Ovation - Sundeep Bablani, CPA, CITP - April 10, 2017
This page recognizes Jim Boomer, CPA, CITP as a 2016 recipient of the AICPA Standing Ovation Recognition Program.
CITP Exam Supplemental Material - April 7, 2017
Resources available for CITP Exam candidates.
Jay Abraham interviews Subir Chowdhury (VIDEO) - April 5, 2017
Here's a video with marketing guru Jay Abraham interviewing award-winning quality leadership consultant Subir Chowdury.
Juice Jacking: How to Protect Your Devices - March 20, 2017
http://www.groovypost.com/ If you’re killing time at the mall or the airport, you may have noticed those free charging stations. These are the kiosks with open USB ports next to an outlet for you to plug in your charging cable. Or they...