MS Paint Tricks. MS Paint Tricks by Messenjah MSPaint is actually a very powerful image editor.
Here's all the things about MSPaint you probably didn't know. Chapter 1 - Brush Scaling This is pretty much the most basic thing here. You may think that the standard brush sizes in MSPaint only come in the three sizes, right? Open up a new document in paint, select the paintbrush tool, hold Ctrl and press the + button on the numpad. This technique also works with the line tool, the spraypaint tool, and the eraser tool. Chapter 2 - Custom Brushes This is the one that NOBODY knows - You can make your own custom brushes in paint! Here's what I did: Now, select that little image, turn transparency on, hold shift, and drag it around!
Cool, huh? Chapter 2 1/2 - The 'Stamp' Tool This is something I improvised. So, I have this image of an old lady: And I want to put these leaves in her hair. Now, I could copy and paste all day, but there is an easy way around this. :O! Chapter 3 - Image Scaling Now, say you want it smaller.
Introduction to getting a job in technical writing (TW Job) If you’re a college student looking to become a technical writer after you graduate, you face a formidable challenge: you can’t get a job without experience, and you can’t get experience without a job.
Especially in a competitive job market, getting a job as a technical writer directly after you graduate — without a foundation of previous jobs, experience with a handful of tools, and an impressive portfolio — can be especially difficult. However, if you follow these seven steps, which are not easy, not something you can do overnight, you will find a job. Note: In a couple of weeks I’m giving a presentation to Brigham Young University Idaho students with this post’s topic (getting a job as a technical writer). My presentation is part of their annual professional writing conference.
Oct 09 update: Here’s a recording of the presentation. Last week on Twitter I asked my followers what advice they would give to students on finding a job in technical writing. InShare5. Your Source for TechComm Industry News and Reviews. Your Source for TechComm Industry News and Reviews. Online Etymology Dictionary. Advertisement nice (adj.)
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Technical Writing Links. Usability 101: Definition and Fundamentals - What, Why, How. Introduction. Fun, fashion & science in the Internet's #1 website about shoelaces.
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