Dear Proud TWIN members,
I am a new member to TWIN family, and wanted to know that which is the best/appropriate tool for Data visualization..?
my requirement is something like graph options in Excel..!
anybody suggest me some good books to sharpen technical writing skills
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Few days ago, one of my students wanted to know how to create numbered headings in Word. When I was thinking of a topic to blog today, this topic came to my mind. Below are the steps for creating numbered headings.
1.From Home tab under Styles, Click Heading1.
2.Now from Paragraph group, click Multilevel List dropdown.
3.From the Multilevel list dropdown select your desired format.
All the headings in the Styles gallery will now have a number prefixed to the style preview.
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The first session I attended on day 2 was about Videos as a genre in Technical Communication. This paper was presented by Nabaneeta Sarkar and Faraaz Mohiuddin.
- Started with some statistics about how many words can be conveyed in a minute of video.
- Videos capture attention and create curiosity
- Result in faster transfer of skills
- Videos are more involving to the user when compared to plain text
- Videos make it easier to understand concepts and there is a higher receptivity to learning
What better way to start this post, but with a good news and bad news scenario? The good news was that this time, STC was back in Bangalore, closer home, after a gap of over 3 years. I’ve been attending these conferences regularly since 2008, when it was held in Pune. So there was no need to worry about which new language I had to learn. The crowd in Bangalore wasn't as big as it was in 2009. Over the course of these two days, I went about furiously filling the 20 page notepad with as much information as I could.
And the bad news?