Monthly Archives: May 2012

Google Imagery onto C3D 2012

This is great for plans and field exhibits. To do this: 1.  Set the drawing Settings Toospace Button Settings Tab Right Click on the Drawing’s name ie. Drawing1 when you start a new session and select “Edit Drawing Settings…” Under … Continue reading

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Table Topics

I did a good one on the book titled, “The Last Lecture.”  I asserted the following scratch notes: He wanted to grow up to be Captain James Kirk – Star Trek.  He had a a skill set called “Leadership.”  Who … Continue reading

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Table Topics

I did a good one on the book titled, “The Last Lecture.”  I asserted the following scratch notes: He wanted to grow up to be Captain James Kirk – Star Trek.  He had a a skill set called “Leadership.”  Who … Continue reading

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Pocket Speeches

Sometimes at LA3, we have one or no prepared speeches.  There are times in which I have prepared a speech on the fly.  Here are a few: 1.  Roar 2.  Piojos? On “Roar,” I wrote the following outline: I.  Have … Continue reading

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District 52 Spring Conference

The Conference was great: Bag Pipers Fritz (the weather man talked about his success and received the TM award) Sarah had an awesome speech which won 1st place; I spoke with her in the beginning Joe had a brilliant speech … Continue reading

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Isn’t it Awesome When…

…you drive home and all the lights were green? …you work out hard and you are pumped? …you smile at a stranger or he/she smiles back? …you send her roses and she says, “It made my day.” …you surprise her … Continue reading

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Excel

Dollar Sign  This locks the cell when making reference to it.  Say you have to reference cell A3 as part of another cell like B2 (usually in a formula), then you would enter on B2 “=$A$3”  A is the column being locked and … Continue reading

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