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Primavera focuses on solutions that go beyond facilitating on-time and within budget and scope projects, to support business outcomes that drive C-level strategic metrics and results.
starting up and navigation
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scheduling and resource allocation
crashing and report generation
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Is your Web content as effective as it could be? Would you like more visitors—more sales—and better search rankings? In this course, you'll gain tips for crafting content to make your website or blog into an exciting multimedia place for visitors.
There's Web content on just about any topic you can imagine. While the topics and purposes of the content may all be different, the writing strategies you need to know to create effective content are all very similar. In our first lesson, we're going to identify the three key areas you need to understand to make your content effective, whether you want to sell, entertain or do something else altogether. You'll also find out about a free tool you can use to learn what people on the Web are actually looking for!
All writing comes from ideas, so that's where we're going to start this lesson. I'll show you how to bring focus to your ideas using a free, Web-based tool. Then, we'll examine the inverted pyramid writing style and see how and why you should bring the focus of your content to the top of the Web page. We'll also look at lots of examples of different types of Web content, and we'll examine how we can focus the content and use the inverted pyramid to get the most important information out right up front! Of course, if we want to attract lots of readers to our content, it also needs to be entertaining. So we'll look at some strategies to help you accomplish that too.
Organizing Web content is easier than you might think—and it all starts with an outline. If you've dreaded outlining in the past, not to worry. I'll show you some quick tips for making outlining as simple as A, B, C. We'll also look at how headings can help you organize content and chunk information for your readers. Surfers like to scan content for information, whether they're looking for product guides on your business site or the opposing sides of a debate on your blog—and writing effective headings can not only keep readers on your site but also help them find what they want. That's a win for everybody, isn't it? Finally, we'll talk about bulleted lists and when and how you should use them to group information for your readers!
We're going to focus on writing content that's easy to understand in this lesson. We often call this type of writing a plain language. I'll help you identify the "fluff" in your writing, or the words and phrases that don't add anything but unnecessary word count. The advantage of keeping your writing easy-to-read is that your visitors will understand your message the first time they read it, whether you're talking about your business or a favorite subject on your blog. I'll share some free tools that will tell you how easy your content is to read—and even what grade level it's suited to. And we'll also discuss the indexes and scales the tools use to analyze your writing, so you'll know what the results mean.
Do you have products you want to sell? Would you like to know some surefire ways to get more followers for your blog? Are you focused on public awareness for your cause? If you're looking to persuade your readers to a specific course of action, then you'll find this lesson particularly useful. Today, we'll discuss the ins and outs of writing content aimed at persuading readers. You'll find out how to reel in readers using power words and how to keep the search engines on your side with keywords. We'll also talk about the importance of honesty in your writing and how to check for that as you compose your copy. Ready? Let's call those readers to action!
The modern Web is often called the social Web—it's a Web where being connected matters a lot. And because connection and online relationships are so important to readers, this is something you'll want to pay attention to. Today we'll look at ways you can build relationships whether your readers are customers or followers or just interested in what you have to share. We'll talk about the importance of the word you, something salespeople have known for years! And we'll also look at how to create content that engages readers in a conversation—and also the power of positive language.
Songbirds aren't the only things that tweet! You'll enjoy this exciting journey through the wonderful world of blogs, from personal blogs to content blogs to microblogs like Twitter. In this modern world of social networking, blogging is much more than a way to reflect on your day-to-day life. Blogs, whether long or short, are rapidly becoming an integral part of every business's marketing plan. Research shows that Web readers trust bloggers more than advertising—in fact, 60% of surfers say they feel more positive about a company after reading blog content on its website. This lesson examines what makes an effective blog, and we'll also look at the ever-expanding world of short blogging tools!
Driving down any busy city street shows us that we live in a visual world. From neon lights to enormous flashing billboards, we find our attention drawn in dozens of different directions. The same is true on the Web. Text just doesn't do it anymore, no matter how well you've written it. Web readers expect pizzazz! And that's just what we'll be talking about in this lesson. We'll discuss how to find free visuals and multimedia elements on the Web and how to effectively use these elements to enhance your content.
Want to add some pizzazz to your Web content? Today we'll explore different types of multimedia that you can include on your Web pages, such as screencasts, slideshows, and videos—and we'll look at how to create educational content using these media. Tutorials are a terrific way to draw in new visitors, no matter what multimedia format you choose. You'll learn how to create tutorials for your blog or website, writing scripts, creating storyboards, and adding screen captures for illustrations.
Customer service is easy if you use polls, surveys, and quizzes effectively with your Web content. Plus, these tools can also help you develop relationships with your visitors by learning more about them. Even if surfers leave comments on your blog or website, a poll or survey can help you understand more about their thoughts and needs. Not sure how to write a poll, survey, or quiz? That's what this lesson is all about. Not only that, I'll introduce you to services that let you add free quiz activities to your Web content to give your readers more reasons to visit regularly.
Whether your Web content is how you make your living or how you have fun, it's important to know how to protect it from theft. And it's also a good idea to make sure you understand what content you can legally reuse on the Web. Today we'll explore intellectual property laws—specifically copyright and trademark laws—and how they apply to your online content.
For this final lesson, we're going to step away from content creation and take a look at three important areas that readers use to place a value on your content. I'll help you identify some of the most common writing errors—and give you tips on how to be sure you've got them right! Of course, the final thing your content needs is a title, so we'll take a look at how to write some great ones. And then I'll guide you through the process a reader takes to evaluate your Web content, which will help you ensure that yours measures up. Once we've finished, you'll be confident you've covered everything it takes to create effective Web content!
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Want to "wow" people with your business reports? In this course, you'll master the techniques the pros use to produce attractive, reader-friendly reports for any audience.
Wednesday - Lesson 01
Crystal Reports is the world's most popular software tool for creating reports based on data stored in databases. It's popular because of its power and flexibility, which will help you create reports that communicate the information you want to convey to the people you want to convey it to. In our first lesson, you'll learn why it's important to find out everything you need to know about the report you want to create before you even launch the Crystal Reports application. This advance planning gives you a much better chance of creating a report that achieves your objectives.
Friday - Lesson 02
In this lesson, we'll hit the ground running and create a Crystal Report from scratch. From Lesson 1, you already know how to connect to a data source. Today, you'll learn how to pull data from that data source and place it into your report. Then, I'll show you how to use Crystal Reports to create a quick, simple report with a professional appearance—adding headers and footers, and adjusting column headings and the data itself. We'll also discuss how to arrange all of these items on a page for maximum visual impact. By the end of this lesson, you'll know how to create a simple report!
Wednesday - Lesson 03
Once you know how to pull data from a database and display it in a basic report, the next step is to pull data from multiple database tables and display only the data you want, filtering out any irrelevant information. In this lesson, you'll learn how to perform these functions, and I'll also show you how to build reports that allow users to decide at runtime what to display. In effect, you can build one report that serves the purpose of multiple reports!
Friday - Lesson 04
Displaying the information in a database is one thing; displaying it in a way that communicates effectively is another. In today's lesson, we'll review how to enhance communication by organizing a report's data in a meaningful way, and you'll learn how to use Crystal Reports to sort data and group related data items together. You'll discover how to summarize numerical data with group totals and how to obtain an overall grand total. And we'll also look into the drill-down capability of Crystal Reports, which allows your report readers to use a simple mouse click to access suppressed details of a specific data group!
Wednesday - Lesson 05
In this lesson, you'll dive into the details of the various report sections. First, we'll discuss how to resize sections, and then we'll take a close look at the Section Expert, which is your major tool for selecting options that control the appearance and function of the various sections of a report. We'll also explore how you can control the placement of groups, reset page numbering, and move report totals. Finally, we'll take a closer look at the drill-down feature and hiding details.
Friday - Lesson 06
Today, you'll get even more hands-on experience formatting a report. First, we'll look at a number of formatting options that Crystal Reports offers to help you give your report just the look you want. Then, we'll look at how you can use report templates to achieve a consistent appearance across a family of reports. And finally, we'll practice using absolute formatting and conditional formatting, features that can adjust the appearance of your report based on the data it contains.
Wednesday - Lesson 07
With Crystal Reports, you can do more than just display the data you select from your data source. You can also show correlations between related categories of data items. To do this, you create a cross-tab report, which can show such correlations across the entire data set or within a selected group of data items. As usual, Crystal Reports provides considerable flexibility in how it presents the cross-tab data to users. In this lesson, you'll learn what the options are and how to use them.
Friday - Lesson 08
You'll often need to create a report based on some, but not all, of the data in a database. For example, a sales manager may want to look only at the purchase records of her top five customers. Alternatively, she may want to view the performance of her bottom 10 salespeople. Crystal Reports makes it easy to produce such reports, as well as others that are selective about what they display. In this lesson, you'll create such targeted reports that make it easy for managers to make informed decisions.
Wednesday - Lesson 09
The formulas and control structures in Crystal Reports allow you to make your reports dynamic, sensitive to what's happening at runtime. With formulas, you can operate on data and put the result into your report. You can also save time and effort by including one or more of the predefined functions in your formulas. You can even create your own custom functions, save them, and use them both now and in the future. These facilities give you the flexibility to produce a sophisticated custom report with very little time and effort. And you'll find out how to do all of this in today's lesson.
Friday - Lesson 10
Crystal Reports gives you the ability to embed one report inside another. The two reports can be related in some way, or they can be completely unrelated. As long as you have a reason for displaying both reports at once, you can do it, and you'll find out how in today's lesson. We'll also practice embedding hyperlinks today. This can be a great alternative to embedding a subreport within a main report!
Wednesday - Lesson 11
Charts and maps can add visual dimension to the display of information in a report. While columns of numbers may be an effective way to present data for some readers, you may have visual learners in your target audience who would be better served by charts and maps. Today, you'll learn how to choose a chart type that best conveys the information you want to emphasize. And you'll find out how to use color, font, scale, legends, and titles to help you highlight trends in the data or data points that fall outside of the expected range.
Friday - Lesson 12
After you've created a report, you need to distribute it. Crystal Reports gives you several convenient distribution options, and we'll explore all of these in our final lesson. We'll talk about print and fax options, exporting a report to any of a number of popular file formats, and transmitting it to the people who should read it. You'll learn how to post the report on your organization's intranet or the Web, and then we'll discuss distributing reports via Crystal Reports Viewer 2008.
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Online Mathematics tuition for 11th 12th and graduation. All concepts will be covered. Example student pursuing 11th class can pursue for 11th class mathematics tuition. the complete course is online. engineering tuition also available. the student also gets online test facility.
Graduates from various IIT institutes will take classes on online . Theere will be one on one classes .
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The whole course will be conducted online. By attending this course, the students will not only gain an in-depth conception about English grammar and various other aspects related to the English language but will also be able to improve their communication skills to a great ext
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The knowledge of programming holds high importance not only for professions like software developing but also is equally important for other professions as well. Many people have realised the importance of learning how to code as a life skill. No matter where you go, and what job you have, it’s always seen as in a positive light if you know how to work some code, even if that’s not your profession. As this importance increases ever more, there are plenty of new initiatives to get kids to learn code in school. While it’s great to see them, you can take control of your coding education by taking some steps on your own.
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By attending this special coaching program, students will be able to develop an in-depth knowledge on topics related to Business, Accounts and Economics.
Crash courses for each subject:
2. Business Studies:
One to one or group of students who can take online classes and want to avoid travelling to teacher's place at an affordable fees.
A 12-hour online program for developing and improving participants' presentation and business writing skills divided into 4-hour class per weekend spread across three weekends.
The course modules are as follows:
Present an Impactful Presentation:
Learn to write effectively
If you want to learn how to start building professional, career-boosting mobile apps and use Machine Learning to take things to the next level, then this course is for you.
This JEE (Main & Advanced) course is exclusively designed for students studying in grade 11th cleared for Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
Module 1 - Physics
1 - Physics and Measurement
2 - Kinematics
3 - Laws of Motion
4 - Work, Energy and Power
5 - Rotational Motion
6 - Gravitation
7 - Properties of Solids and Liquids
8 - Thermodynamics
9 - Kinetic Theory of Gases
10 - Oscillations and Waves
11 - Electrostatics
12 - Current Electricity
13 - Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
14 - Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
15 - Electromagnetic Waves
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All the professionals who are passionate about business intelligence, data visualization, and data analytics.
All the professionals who are passionate about business intelligence, data visualization, and data analytics.