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Please feel free to add any tips and tricks you have learned so the whole class can benefit from your knowledge.
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* Making a screenshot smaller:  This may not be the most technical way, but it gets the job done.  After the image you insert into the Edit page, add "thumb|upright=3.0".  This command makes the image  at thumbnail, then adjusts the thumbnail to a different size.  For images you want to be wider, use a number greater than 1, for more vertical images, use a number less than 1. You can also center the image by using the "|center" command (Example: [[Image:This is an example.jpg|thumb|center|upright=2.5]]
=== Windows ===
=== Windows ===

Revision as of 14:33, 2 February 2010

BIOL398-01: Bioinformatics Laboratory

Loyola Marymount University

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Contents

Some pages designed to help students become familiar with OpenWetWare.

Tips & Tricks

Please feel free to add any tips and tricks you have learned so the whole class can benefit from your knowledge.

  • Making a screenshot smaller: This may not be the most technical way, but it gets the job done. After the image you insert into the Edit page, add "thumb|upright=3.0". This command makes the image at thumbnail, then adjusts the thumbnail to a different size. For images you want to be wider, use a number greater than 1, for more vertical images, use a number less than 1. You can also center the image by using the "|center" command (Example:

Windows

  • To take a screen shot, press Ctrl and Print Scrn together. The contents of the active window will be saved on your clipboard. You may then paste into a graphics program (like Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft PowerPoint) and save the file.

Macs

Other Useful Links

Online Biological Dictionaries

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