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March 2, 2015
by Rachael Inake
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Taking a screenshot on mobile devices

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If you ever need to take a screenshot on your iOS or Android mobile device (i.e. smartphone or tablet), you can do so easily by pressing and holding the power and Home buttons. For iOS devices like the iPhone, once you press and release the two buttons you should hear the camera shutter and see the screen flash. For Android devices, press and hold the power and Home buttons together until you see the screen flash to take the picture and then release. (If your Android device doesn’t have a Home button, try pressing the Volume Down button and the power button at the same time.) Screenshots get saved to your photo gallery where your other photos are stored. For other devices, including how to take screenshots on Windows and Mac computers, read this article by PCmag.com.

October 10, 2013
by Leanne Riseley
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Google Makes Quickoffice Free to Everyone

Quickoffice, Google’s app for editing Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, and presentations on mobile devices, is free to anyone with a Google account (Google@UH qualifies).

Available for Android and iOS devices, Quickoffice integrates with Google Drive and allows users to edit Office documents without converting to Google Docs formats for collaboration with individuals who do not use Google products. Continue Reading Article–>

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