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The Key Elements to Help at The Point of Need

What You Want, When You Need It EPSS (Electronic Performance Support Systems) and help at the point of need are closely related topics. The key […]

Using Object Templates in TT-Knowledge Force

Object Templates  – Quick Tutorial In the video below we show you how to perform the following: Create a user object template with fixed x,y […]

Backups in TT-Knowledge Force

Automatic Backups Are There One of the things that seems to happen more often than it probably ought to, is that people delete a file […]

Dell Alienware m15 R2 with Tobi Eyetracking Does Not Support Windows Hello

The title of this blog effectively says it all. This week we took delivery of a rather expensive Dell Alienware m15 R2 with Tobi eyetracking. […]

Recruitment Consultant Spam Emails

Recruitment Spam Emails Today I feel like having a bit of a rant which is aimed primarily at the recruitment sector. What’s casued this angst? […]

Microsoft Insights – A Useful MS Outlook Tool That You Have Probably Never Clicked On

Insights In this blog I’m going to be keeping it fairly short but just sharing with you one of the tools that Microsoft has released […]

Why Work in Learning & Development?

Why Work in Learning & Development (L&D)? Recently I have noticed a number of colleagues and friends moving jobs. Some have stayed in the same […]

Make Your Training Content Reusable

Image by Brigitte Werner @ Pixabay Introduction Training materials are well-suited for reuse in a multitude of different business situations, but it’s still rare to […]

Who Really Controls Your eLearning Content?

eLearning Ownership Issues As many companies seek new and innovative ways of creating engaging eLearning they often turn to external companies for help. Projects are […]

Using Image Trace in Adobe Illustrator

Why Trace Images? Many of the images that we want to use in presentations, eLearning or manuals may not be quite as you would want […]

Using Object Images in TT-Knowledge Force

Object Images in Tutorial Controls We are going to show you how to create a better looking set of instructions in TT Knowledge Force to […]

How to Create a Video from TT-Knowledge Force

Creating An .mp4 From A .ttcp File We’re keeping it short and focussed in this blog which is by request from NAVBLUE. In the video […]

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