Monthly Archives: February 2017

Maps on Your Apple Watch

Topics include the following:

  • Find places around you
  • Map addresses from your contacts
  • Get turn-by-turn directions
  • Hand off Maps to your iPhone
  • Use Transit Directions

Your Apple Watch includes the Maps app. Like the Maps app on your iPhone, Maps on your Watch can provide information and turn-by-turn directions.

 

Launching Maps

You can launch the Maps app from the Home Screen.

  1. Press the Digital Crown to show the Home Screen.
  2. Tap the Maps app icon.
  3. Tap the blue arrow to zoom in to your location.
  4. Move around the map by swiping in any direction with your finger.
  5. Turn the Digital Crown to zoom in and out of the map

Search for a Place and Get Directions to It

You can search for a place using dictation, select from your list of favorite places, or choose from places you have recently visited.

  1. Force Touch the watch face to see a list of actions.
  2. Tap Search.
  3. Tap Dictation to speak a person, place, type of destination, or a search term such as “find me pizza” or “where can I get lunch?” Tap one of the search results to select the place and then skip to step 6.
  4. Tap Favorites to see a list of places you have marked as your favorites. Tap one of your favorite places and skip to step 6.
  5. Tap one of the places you have recently been to. Turn the Digital Crown to scroll down to see all recent places. Proceed to step 6.

Pictures and Graphics in Publisher

In this chapter, you learn techniques for working with pictures and other graphics. Topics include the following:

  • Inserting Pictures
  • Moving and Resizing Pictures
  • Working with the Picture Tools
  • Creating and Formatting WordArt
  • Inserting Borders & Accents

In Chapter 2, “Working with Page Elements,” you learned how to make adjustments to the page elements such as margins, orientation, paper size, color schemes, and backgrounds. In this chapter, you learn how to add and work with visual elements such as photos, WordArt, borders, and accents. Then, Chapter 4, “Adding Text Boxes,” shows you how to create and work with text boxes, so you can sneak in some information with your visuals.

Without question, adding photographs to your publication is the most popular way to incorporate colorful visuals. Realistic, razor-sharp-focused images immediately elevate a publication’s status and the credibility of the information within it. Publisher 2016 has a powerful collection of picture tools.

 

Inserting Pictures

Pictures are a powerful way to communicate. They guide readers through a publication by catching their eye, creating interest, illustrating key ideas, and controlling the flow. Key concepts can be reinforced and clarified by using informative picture captions and relevant images.

Think about the last marketing piece you got in the mail. What initially drew enough of your interest to glance at it, rather than just tossing it into the recycle bin? Unless it’s an “everything is free” flyer, it was probably the illustrations. Bright, colorful, briefly informative—they communicate as much as the text. Even more so to a reader in a hurry.

 

Inserting Pictures Stored Locally

When the image you ant to use is stored either on your computer, or a computer on your network, you simply browse for the file to bring it in to the publication. In the next section, you learn how to locate an image online.

  1. Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon. The Pictures command button is in the Illustrations group, along with the Online Pictures, Shapes, and Picture Placeholder command buttons.
  2. Click the Pictures command button. The Insert Picture dialog box opens.