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Category :: Software Articles Author :: Tim Bryce 
 
 Article Title :: Creating Universal Systems
 
"There is only one problem with common sense; it's not very common." - Bryce's LawGENERAL DISCUSSIONIn this day and age of "globalization" more and more Information Systems are crossing geographical boundaries. Because of this, serious consideration should be given to making systems universally applicable to any country. Some might consider this an impossible task, but it is actually easier than you might think. It just requires a little common sense and some planning.The biggest problem in making universal systems is that programmers tend to bury too many of the details of a system down in the program source code, which is not a good place to   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Tim Bryce 
 
 Article Title :: What is a Good Program Spec?
 
"Whenever you see a ratio of 1:4 analysts:programmers you will find systems analysis being performed at the wrong time and by the wrong person." - Bryce's LawINTRODUCTIONSince the industry is preoccupied with producing software faster (and not necessarily better), let's stop and consider how we typically approach programming and allow me to put my spin on it. There are fundamentally three aspects to any program development effort: defining the program's specifications, designing and writing the program itself, and testing it. The software engineering gurus in the industry are primarily concerned with the internal design of the program, but there is now a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Jennifer A. Thieme 
 
 Article Title :: QuickBooks Training: Invoices vs. Sales Receipts - What's the Difference?
 
Invoices and Sales Receipts are not quite the same thing in QuickBooks. Although they both record sales information, that is where their similarity ends. Here is a breakdown of what each does.InvoicesWith Invoices you have more flexibility than with Sales Receipts:Estimates or Sales Orders are easily converted to Invoices with a click of the mouse With Invoices, all customer sales information is recorded in the Customer:Job list Customers may owe the business money when Invoices are used Customer payment information is entered as a separate step on a separate screenSales ReceiptsSales Receipts are a little more  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Niall Roche 
 
 Article Title :: home, office, software, productivity, computer
 
There is nothing worse than that sinking feeling in your stomach as you realize that everything you have been working on for the last month is gone! It has happened to many home business owners - maybe even you. You bootup your computer one day and you realize that your computer has been hit by a virus and all your data has been wiped out! Because a lot of your home business operations are likely to be conducted and stored on your computer, setting yourself up with the proper office computer software, including virus protection is essential. Of course before you start choosing software for your home office computer you will need to asses exactly what you need. You will need to s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Niall Roche 
 
 Article Title :: Tips For Choosing Your Home Office Software
 
There is nothing worse than that sinking feeling in your stomach as you realize that everything you have been working on for the last month is gone! It has happened to many home business owners - maybe even you. You bootup your computer one day and you realize that your computer has been hit by a virus and all your data has been wiped out! Because a lot of your home business operations are likely to be conducted and stored on your computer, setting yourself up with the proper office computer software, including virus protection is essential.Of course before you start choosing software for your home office computer you will need to asses exactly what you need. You will need to selec  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Jim Grayson - 
 
 Article Title :: Spyware Removal And Prevention - Use Protection
 
Spyware is a term used to describe a broad category of malicious or privacy invading software. Spyware is very much like a virus in the way that it "infects" a computer's operation and functioning without the owner/user's consent. Spyware infects a host by a number of different ways. One way that spyware is distributed is by hiding it inside another piece of software. Disguising software in such a way is very sneaky but is usually not illegal. Often enough, when installing the original software there will be a contract that you must read and accept to continue. About 99% of people never take the time to fully read that contract because if they did, they would learn that the software they are  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Tim Bryce 
 
 Article Title :: Understanding the Vicious Circle of Complexity
 
"The number of lines of communications grow exponentially based on the number of people involved in a project." - Bryce's LawINTRODUCTIONIn an earlier bulletin, I discussed the various types of information resources found in an information system, the average number of each resource, along with the number of design decisions associated with each; see:No. 10 - Managing Design Complexity http://www.phmainstreet.com/mba/ss050207.pdfThe issue of managing complexity is not simple. As our information systems continue to grow in magnitude, so do the costs associated with maintaining and updating them to suit the current requirements of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Ugur Akinci 
 
 Article Title :: Writing – How to Set Up a FrameMaker Template?
 
A FrameMaker template consists of a set of Master Pages.Select File > New > Document from the top menu.Select Portrait and create a new document.Select View > Master Pages to switch to the master page editing screen.The default FrameMaker document comes with a single master page named RIGHT (check the status bar at the bottom of your screen), complete with a default HEADER and a default FOOTER. In between is the default TEXT FRAME.To modify the dimensions of the text frame, select Graphics > Tools to reveal the TOOLBOX. Select the arrow on the TOP RIGHT square, the SELECT OBJECT tool.Click on and select the text frame. Six handles will appear on t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Ugur Akinci 
 
 Article Title :: Writing – How to Create Cross References in FrameMaker?
 
FrameMaker has a very powerful cross referencing (linking) functionality. You can easily refer to another section or element in your book by a hyper-link that will be alive when you save your document as a PDF file.The linked cross references are updated automatically when you edit your document or book and select Edit > Update References.Here is how you can create FrameMaker cross references easily:Enter your cursor to where you want your cross reference to be.Then select Special > Cross Reference (or use the very useful Esc+S+C hotkey shortcut).In the Cross-Reference dialog box, make sure PARAGRAPH is selected for Source Type.Select a PARAGRAPH   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Ugur Akinci 
 
 Article Title :: Writing – How to Edit the Formatting of Cross References in FrameMaker?
 
FrameMaker has a very powerful cross referencing (linking) functionality. You can easily refer to another section or element in your book by a hyper-link that will be alive when you save your document as a PDF file.Since I have explained the basics of creating a cross reference in another article, here I’ll focus on the different styles and formats in which you can insert such cross references.Select Special > Cross Reference (or use the very useful Esc+S+C hotkey shortcut) to launch the Cross Reference dialog box.Select a REFERENCE FORMAT from the drop-down box and then click the EDIT button to display the EDIT CROSS-REFERENCE FORMAT dialog box.If you’d li  (read full article)
 
 
 
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