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#96) Using Graphics Effectively


Timothy Jenney
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One great way to keep an audience's attention is to illustrate your Bible study with good graphics. In this podcast, Dr. J shows us how to identify, locate, and present Accordance's great graphics resources.

 

http://youtu.be/2oPKnVNIPl4

 

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Nicely done Dr. J!

 

Soli Deo Gloria,

Randy

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Thanks, Randy!

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Thanks Dr. J! Very well done!

 

Tim

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I appreciate that, Tim!

 

One of the things I don't think I'll ever get used to in podcasting is that I never get to see my students. That's very different from teaching or preaching (my two previous ministry gigs). I miss them, the interaction, and, of course, the coffee together afterward.

 

Hoist a cup in my name! :-)

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Hoist a cup in my name! :-)

 

I will indeed!

 

Thanks again,

Tim

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"In this podcast, Dr. J shows us how to identify, locate, and present Accordance's great graphics resources."

Referring to yourself in the third person, Dr. J?

 

I'm sure that's a sign…

of something…

 

:)

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[Chuckle] Yes, it probably is. I guess it means everyone else at Accordance is too busy doing other things! ;-)

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[Chuckle] Yes, it probably is. I guess it means everyone else at Accordance is too busy doing other things! ;-)

Are you the real Dr. J or did someone else post that?

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Hi Dr. J,

 

I just had a run through this. Nice. One note. You mentioned using print screen to capture screen content on a PC. What I use is the Snippet Tool which comes with Win 7. It should be visible from the Windows menu or you can search for it. Otherwise its under Accessories. I don't know if its on Win 8 because I don't use it. And other techniques are probably required for older versions like XP/Vista but I don't recall or know (depending on the release). Just searched for it - looks like its there in 8 but not so visible.

 

The print screen button doesn't do anything for me on either of my win 7 installs. Not sure why not but it doesn't.

 

Thx

D

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Vista has a Snipping Tool. I put it on my quicklaunch bar, which makes it easy to access when I need to take screenshots.

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Thank you, Daniel and Linda, I am no where near as competent on Windows as I am on Mac. I have Windows 8.1 running under Parallels Desktop 9 on my Mac, but I am still learning all its idiosyncrasies.

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I'm definitely more of a Mac person, too. But the church I serve has a Windows machine running Vista, so I'm slowly learning.

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