If you have a desktop publishing project with a sci-fi feel, your choice of font can be key. These four free fonts will help you add a futuristic feel to your projects.
Fonts are categorized into several different groups, like sans serif or fixed width. Knowing these categories can make finding the font you need for a particular project much easier. This article explains terms like serif, dingbats, and script to make it a simpler for you to sort through fonts.
If you rely heavily on Skype, it’s easy to wind up with a long list of contacts — and no way to find just who you are looking for. These tips will help you get your Skype contacts under control, making it easier to use Skype for your home office phone calls.
One of the biggest obstacles to keeping a home office organized is keeping receipts under control. With Shoeboxed’s scanning service, you can organize your receipts — and make them easier to use.
When you’re working on a desktop publishing project, choosing an appropriate font can be one of the hardest parts. These five tips can make the process easier.
Any desktop publishing project goes a little better with images. But using the same old clip art that comes with your software may get tired fast. You can find more free graphics and images you can use in your projects online — and add a little something special to your projects.