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Tuesday, 31 March 2009

55 Ways to Have Fun With Google

You probably use Google everyday, but do you know... the Google Snake Game? Googledromes? Memecodes? Googlesport? The Google Calculator? Googlepark and Google Weddings? Google hacking, fighting and rhyming? In this book, you'll find Google-related games, cartoons, oddities, tips, stories and everything else that's fun. Reading it, you won't be the same searcher as before! (From the author of Google Blogoscoped.)

For details this E book can be downloaded here :
55 Ways to Have Fun With Google.pdf

Sunday, 29 March 2009

Microsoft Excel 2003 Tips and Tricks

This free pdf ebook collection of tips and tricks that may make using Microsoft Excel 2003 a little easier and interesting to use. This work describes how to easily create a series of numbers, view all the formulas on a worksheet, highlight a cell based on special conditions, use conditional (IF) formulas, count cells that meet your criteria, sum cells that meet only your criteria, hide worksheets, lookup answer in another table, freeze headings, and colour code worksheet tabs.

For details this E book can be downloaded here :
Microsoft Excel 2003 Tips and Tricks.pdf

Microsoft Excel Guide for Beginner

In this free ebook you will find and learn tips and tricks for your favorite spreadsheets for both the experianced and begginers alike.

Convert rows to columns
You can convert rows to columns (and columns to rows) by highlighting the cells you want to switch around, clicking on Edit, Copy, selecting a new cell and then going to Edit, Paste Special… Finally, place a tick in the Transpose box on the dialog box and click on OK.

Calculate time between dates
Enter in a cell the formula =A2-A1, where A1 is the earlier date, and A2 the later one. Don’t forget to convert the target cell to number format – do this by highlighting the cell, clicking on Format, Cells…, picking on the Number tab and selecting Number from the Category: list.

Enter URLs as text, not hyperlinks
To prevent Excel from converting written Internet addresses into hyperlinks, add an apostrophe to the beginning of the address.

Remove hyperlinks from your work
If Excel has already converted your written URL into a hyperlink, you can cancel it by right-clicking on the offending address and selecting Hyperlink, Remove Hyperlink from the menu that pops up.

Outlook, PowerPoint, and Publisher
Bringing up the rear are Microsoft’s email client, presentation, and DTP software. Here are the hottest 15 tips and 35 shortcuts…

Find the contact you’re after quickly
To locate a contact from just a fragment use the Find a Contact input box on the main toolbar. Just click on the box and enter what you remember of the contact’s name. Outlook will find the contact and open his or her details in a dialog box.
Shred your waste, don’t bin it.

Outlook doesn’t really delete messages, it places them in the Deleted items folder. To delete them click on Tools, Options..., select the Other tab, and place a tick in the Empty the Deleted

Items folder upon Exiting tick box.
Resize objects using central origin
To keep the centre of an object in the same place while you resize it, hold down [Ctrl] while you are dragging the object’s handles.

For details this E book can be downloaded here :
Microsoft Excel Guide for Beginner.pdf

Learn Basic Spanish The Easy Way !

This is a great Ebook for learning to speak Spanish; all you need from basic phrases to perfect tenses.

Anyone can learn to speak Spanish.

Have you tried to learn Spanish but just couldn't get it? Lots of people have. Did you study Spanish in high school or college, without any real success? You're in good company. Unfortunately, most classes meet only a couple of times a week, and are far too crowded to allow individual attention. With this Ebook, it's like having your own personal Spanish tutor available to you 24 hours a day!

Practice in the convenience of your own home, car or office

Study on your own schedule

Less expensive than taking regular Spanish classes

Eliminate crowded classes that don?t give you personal attention

Replicates "one-on-one" instruction

How it works:

Real-world conversations are broken down into manageable parts. As you master the individual parts, you then begin to put them all together. Soon you are saying things easily that just a few minutes before you had to struggle with.

For details this E book can be downloaded here :
Learn Basic Spanish The Easy Way.pdf

Beginner Guide to Learning Chinese

Here is what you will learn inside this guide....

The facts regarding the Chinese language. Did you know that the Chinese language is spoken by a whopping 1.3 billion people in some form? We'll briefly touch on the different Chinese dialects to help you choose the right one for you.

What does it take to learn Chinese? The written form of Chinese contains thousands of characters to learn, while the verbal form relies on tones. Find out what you'll need to do to successfully learn the language in both forms.

Help for free??? We'll give some specific examples of where to get help at absolutely no cost to you. Whether you need to hear the language, or whether you need to ask questions from someone who knows it, there's a solution for you.

Is it possible to be tutored WITHOUT having to pay a fortune? Simply put, yes! We'll explain where you can look for a tutor, and even how you can talk with them...regardless of where they are in the world, and it won't cost you a cent!

And a lot more!

For details this E book can be downloaded here :
Beginner Guide to Learning Chinese.pdf

Thursday, 26 March 2009

SEO for Blogger : Beginner Guide


Search Engine Optimization or shortly SEO is advanced and very popular webmaster related option. Allows you to optimize your site or Blogger powered blog to be much more search engine friendly (SE-Friendly). By this way, you will get more quality visitors from main search engines – specially from Google. This is very important factor for every Web Site, Blog or Forum Board. Simply because most of traffic comes from search engines like Google, Yahoo, Live, Ask...

Following steps in this E-Book, you will optimize your Blogger site easily and completely for free. Every software, product and related articles displayed in this book are completely free. I have write this book because i want to see more quality and professional blogs based on this free blogging service from Google. By default, Blogger SEO factor is too low. But, following these steps on this ebook, you will optimize your Blogger powered blog very easily. All you need is to read and follow them carefully.

For details this E book can be downloaded here :
SEO for Blogger : Beginner Guide.zip

Monday, 23 March 2009

Students must write: A guide to better writing in coursework and examinations

The ability to express yourself is an essential basis for success as a student, when applying for employment and in any career. In all academic subjects students must write, and all teachers and lecturers should encourage their students to write well. This book, therefore, is for all students: both (a) for those who know that their written work does not give a true indication of their ability, who accept that if they could improve their writing they could score higher marks in all coursework and examinations, and (b) for those who although satisfied that they write well are prepared to consider the possibility of improvement. By improving their writing all students should be able to improve the quality of their thinking – because writing and thinking are very closely associated – and by submitting better written work for assessment they should achieve higher grades.

In this third edition account is taken of the increasing use of computers over the past ten years, for information retrieval and in preparing written assignments as part of coursework. The order of presentation reflects the changing needs of students from the first to the final year of a degree or diploma course. I hope it will help all students, whether they are continuing their education soon after leaving school, studying part-time while in employment, or returning to college or university after a period in fulltime employment. Changes have been made in all chapters, and some have been completely revised, but my purpose has not changed: this is to provide a guide to better writing that students can read, perhaps one chapter each week when they start a college or university course, and then keep to hand for reference whenever they need help with their writing.

Most chapters end with a section headed Improve your writing which includes exercises that may be undertaken by students working alone or used by tutors as ideas for use in their courses on written communication.

For more detail you can download in here:
Students must write: A guide to better writing in coursework and examinations.pdf

A Grammar of Contemporary English

The first attempts at producing a grammar of English were made when there were less than ten million speakers of English in the world, almost all of them living within 100 miles or so of London. Grammars of English have gone on being written during the intervening 400 years reflecting a variety (and growing complexity) of needs, while speakers of English have multiplied several hundredfold and dispersed themselves so that the language has achieved a uniquely wide spread throughout the world and, with that, a unique importance.

We make no apology for adding one more to the succession of English grammars. In the first place, though fairly brief synopses are common enough, there have been very few attempts at so comprehensive a coverage as is offered in the present work. Fewer still in terms of synchronic description. And none at all so comprehensive or in such depth has been produced within an English-speaking country. Moreover, our Grammar aims at this comprehensiveness and depth in treating English irrespective of frontiers: our field is no less than the grammar of educated English current in the second half of the twentieth century in the world's major English-speaking communities. Only where a feature belongs specifically to British usage or American usage, to informal conversation or to the dignity of formal writing, are 'labels' introduced in the description to show that we are no longer discussing the 'common core' of educated English.

For more detail you can download in here:
A Grammar of Contemporary English.pdf

Wednesday, 4 March 2009

101 Golden Keys to Success and Fulfillment in Life

Most people want to be successful in life. There are goals set and then the hard work begins to reach those goals. The question is what is success? Actually, success can mean different things to different people.

For example, a person that owns their own oil changing service for vehicles might set their level of success at servicing 50 cars a day while someone who loves music might consider success as cutting their own CD. In addition, success does not always have to involve money. Success could be getting a good grade in a difficult class or learning how to bake the perfect chocolate cake.

Success comes in all different shapes and sizes with one common denominator. Success is important and it takes work to reach.

Regardless of what your specific success is, there are ways to surpass your goal. I've put together 101 tips that can be used for any success. These are ways to better yourself as a person, proven methods you can apply to reach success.

For details this e book can be downloaded here :
101 Golden Keys to Success and Fulfillment in life.pdf

How to Learn Japanese

Why learn Japanese?

Japan has a fantastically rich culture, wonderful people and the latest technology to say nothing of the great food and shopping. You may already be set on going to Japan and know that learning Japanese is what you want to do. Others may just want to visit for a short time. It's possible to enjoy a very comfortable life in Japan even without English but learning some of the language will definitely improve the experience a great deal.

Even those who for some reason do not intend to visit Japan may still gain from studying the language. I believe that almost everyone can benefit from learning a foreign language and that budding linguists could do a lot worse than choose to learn Japanese. It will certainly give you a whole new perspective on English. Your CV will stand out from the crowd of Spanish speakers. I use my Japanese to communicate with my wife, follow martial arts, read and watch manga and even to read basic Chinese signs. It's surprising how useful it is.

Learning Japanese is immensely rewarding and not as difficult as people think, providing you approach it correctly. When I went to Japan to work as an English teacher in 2001 I remember expecting to pick up Japanese within 6 months or so. With hindsight, this was rather naïve of me considering I had never gotten very far with the languages I had studied at school (or most of the other subjects either!). I was confident that before long I would be impressing everyone with my new-found language skills and that upon my triumphant return to Britain I would be able to answer “yes” to anyone asking if I spoke Japanese.

For details this e book can be downloaded here :
How to Learn Japanese.pdf

Sunday, 1 March 2009

German Phrase

German is a main language of Germany, Austria, parts of Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. It is also spoken in the French departement of Alsace (German: Elsass), in the Italian province of Alto Adige (German: Südtirol), parts of Luxembourg, and a small part of Belgium.

A Bit about grammar before you begin

In common with many other European languages, German has two "you" verb forms which denote the relationship the speaker has to someone else. To express familiarity, one uses the du form; for formality, the Sie form. As a general rule the Sie form is used when one might address someone as "Madam" or "Sir". If on first name terms, one uses the du form. Grammatically, the Sie form takes the 3rd person plural ending.

There are 3 different noun genders: masculine, feminine and neuter. The article of a noun depends on the gender: der (m), die (f) and das (n).

Furthermore, German nouns are declined. There are four grammatical cases: nominative (subject), accusative (direct object), genitive (posessive), and dative (indirect object.) Each varies depending on the noun's gender and whether it is singular or plural.

An orthographic peculiarity is that "all" nouns, even those in the middle of a sentence, begin with a capital letter.

There are very strong accentual and dialectic differences in German-speaking countries. A German from the north and one from the south can have great difficulty understanding each other's dialects. Standard German, or "Hochdeutsch", is universally known, although not everyone speaks it well. Generally, the further south, the broader the dialect.

Along the coastline in the north of Germany, many people speak a related language called Plattdüütsch ("Plattdeutsch" in German). It is strongly related to Dutch or Danish and German; most Platt speakers will understand standard German.

The German spoken in Switzerland is referred to as Schwyyzerdüütsch. There are various varieties of Swiss German depending on the region.

The complete ebook can be download : German Phrase.zip