Tag: Microsoft

Use MS Word & Acrobat Pro to create Table of Contents for a PDF

Use MS Word & Acrobat Pro to create Table of Contents for a PDF

  Have a large PDF document you’d like to create a table of contents for?  Well today’s you’re lucky day, here’s the how to tutorial: If the video size is too small to follow in this blog post, direct link here.

March 3, 2011 | By | Reply More
7/22 Leave your campus computer on!

7/22 Leave your campus computer on!

Notice to FIT Community: IT 4 FIT is preparing to install new desktop management software on all administrative Microsoft Windows computers. This software will allow IT to reduce troubleshooting time and to perform faster remote installations of software applications. The installation is scheduled for late in the evening on Thursday July 22. We need all […]

July 14, 2010 | By | Reply More
New Student Computers

New Student Computers

To all of the new and returning students is fall – welcome!  We wish you the best for a great semester. A question that we get frequently is, “What computer should I buy?” It’s a good question, especially with the deals to be had right before the new school semester.  Every department here has its […]

July 12, 2010 | By | 1 Reply More
Lynda.com accessible through MyFIT!

Lynda.com accessible through MyFIT!

Lynda.com for FIT! After a very successful trial with Lynda.com, the IT department has negotiated a new contract with Lynda.com to continue it’s tutorial service from BOTH on and off campus for FIT faculty, staff, and students. You can now access Lynda.com through the MyFIT portal at http://myfit.fitnyc.edu On thei right hand-side of the window […]

May 24, 2010 | By | 2 Replies More
Lynda.com accessible from campus!

Lynda.com accessible from campus!

We have been getting increbile feedback on the trial account with Lynda.com.  Thanks, and please continue to let us know your thoughts. Just a reminder that the service is only available on campus right now, so if you are off-campus you will receive a “Permission Error” message. Here is the link again in case you […]

March 7, 2010 | By | 24 Replies More
Lynda.com Up and Running!

Lynda.com Up and Running!

Due to an overwhelming response to the new offering to try Lynda.com an error message “Your organization’s licenses are currently all in use. Please try back again later.” was received by many trying the service. The number of concurrent sessions availabe has been increased so everyone should be able to access the site now.  We […]

March 5, 2010 | By | 21 Replies More
Lynda.com Page Error

Lynda.com Page Error

Good morning.  We are aware of the permission error received when clicking on the new training site for Lynda.com.  This should be cleared very shortly.  Thank you for your patience.  Another post will go up as soon as we are back on track.

March 5, 2010 | By | 2 Replies More
FIT email on Smart Phones

FIT email on Smart Phones

A recent upgrade to the email system, incorporated updated security features that may necessitate minor configuration changes on computers and non-FIT smart phones (Blackberry’s, iPhones . . .) To help users resolve issues, the following instructions are provided, however, because of the multiple phone carrier configurations, and types of smart phones on the market, if […]

January 14, 2010 | By | 20 Replies More
“Ask IT” Q&A with Robert Vassalotti

“Ask IT” Q&A with Robert Vassalotti

“Ask IT” Question: Should I have my system upgraded if I am running on Windows 2000? I often receive “runtime errors”. Can I get my e-mail capacity increased? Answer: Hello Robert, Thank you so much for your inquiry on the IT e-Forum. The run-time errors that you are experiencing could be caused by the out-moded, […]

December 1, 2009 | By | Reply More
Windows 7 Institutional Policy

Windows 7 Institutional Policy

Microsoft released two of three new products On October 22, 2009, the new operating system Windows 7, as a replacement for Vista, and the browser upgrade to Internet Explorer 8.  Soon to follow will be Office 2010 early next year.  All three of these products represent Microsoft’s move to improve functionality, performance and usability. Although […]

November 23, 2009 | By | Reply More