Author Webcasts from Que Publishing

Que Publishing presents the following complimentary webcasts. Review the list below and register today!

Digital PhotographySocial Media and Marketing
Microsoft ExcelMicrosoft Access


Archived Webcasts

Digital Photography

Digital Photography With Your Tablet or Smartphone
Jason R. Rich • FREE Archived Edition Available Now from AARP

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In a free webcast from AARP, Que author and photographer Jason R. Rich covers the basics of how to use the Camera app that comes installed on your smartphone or tablet, and offers 10 proven strategies that will help you take better photos in almost any situation using your mobile device. You'll discover easy-to-implement strategies for taking eye-catching photos of people, pets, places, and events, plus learn how to overcome common picture-taking challenges.
 

 

Social Media and Marketing

5 Ways Businesses Get Customers with Facebook
Brian Carter • FREE Archived Edition Available Now

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Many businesses approach Facebook with the assumption that they need to have fans in order to market on Facebook. In fact, there are four other great ways (including email, and SMS marketing) to get new customers, revenue and greater profits on the biggest social network in the world. And regardless of whether you use fans or not, there is a step-by-step process you must take customers through to ensure you get sales.
 

 

The Top 10 Facebook Marketing Mistakes People Are Making Right Now
Brian Carter • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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Every new online marketing opportunity presents a learning curve, and Facebook seems to be more confusing than most. In this webcast, Brian Carter covers the top ten mistakes businesses make when marketing on Facebook, and how to get it right so you can fully benefit from this powerful social network.

 

The Seven Ways Social Media Drives Business
Jason Falls • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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Still unsure of how Twitter, Facebook, and Foursquare can actually be used as strategic business drivers? Join Jason Falls, co-author of No Bullshit Social Media, for a deep look at the seven business drivers of social media marketing.


Microsoft Excel

Power Excel Tips and Tricks
Bill Jelen, MrExcel • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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Do you really know how to unleash the power of Excel? Learn cool secrets and tricks lurking on the Data menu. Learn the ins and outs of Pivot Tables (from the guy who wrote the book on pivot tables!). Create slick charts in a single button click. Add thousands of subtotals in seconds. Don't be tortured by bad data any longer. Learn amazing tips and tricks for Excel from MrExcel himself.

 

Pivot Tables and Power Pivot
Bill Jelen, MrExcel • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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Pivot tables are Excel's most powerful feature. This webcast will take you from creating your first pivot table and beyond. Learn how to turn thousands of rows of data into a one-page summary in six mouse clicks. Also, see the free Power Pivot utility introduced in Excel 2010.

 

Excel Formulas: VLOOKUP, IF, and More
Bill Jelen, MrExcel • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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While there are 400 different calculation functions available in Excel, this webcast will focus on the most important and powerful calculation tools in Excel: IF, VLOOKUP and their related functions. You will finally understand how VLOOKUP works, how to set it up, and how to troubleshoot it.

 

Introduction to Excel Macros
Bill Jelen, MrExcel • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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Learn the valuable steps to improve the macro recorder in Excel. Find out the frustrations that people have when using the macro recorder and the two simple settings that can alleviate those frustrations. After this, you will find yourself wondering why Microsoft doesn't use these settings by default.


Microsoft Access

Upsizing Access 2010 Projects to Web Databases with SharePoint 2010 Server
Roger Jennings • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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Provide intranet or Internet access to multi-user Access applications as Web Databases hosted on SharePoint Server 2010’s Access Services. Learn how to publish existing single-user Access *.accdb files as multi-user Web Databases to Access Services supplied by on-premises or hosted SharePoint Server 2010 instances.

 

Moving Access Tables to SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint Online Lists
Roger Jennings • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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Moving Access tables to SharePoint 2010 or Office 365's SharePoint Online is a recommended alternative to migrating to SQL Server [Express] database back ends for multi-user applications with user- and group-level security. Learn how to modify table relationships to conform to SharePoint lists' lookup limitations, keep locally cached tables in sync with the back end, and establish user- and group-level security.

   

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