This walks faculty and staff through the process of purchasing work at home software. Note that this is ONLY available to Emory faculty and staff. Emory students should visit http://www.ultimatesteal.com for discounted pricing on Microsoft Office for students.
Visit https://software.emory.edu/workathome/ Click the link to login to Work at Home Software
Login screen . . . → Read More: Purchasing Work at Home Software
As a law student, Microsoft Office will be an essential tool. Microsoft makes Microsoft Office 2007 Ultimate available to students for a discounted price of $59.99 (excluding the $13 backup copy). As of May 05, 2010, the full version sells on Amazon.com at $397.05, so this is a huge discount. Microsoft does this so . . . → Read More: Purchase MS Office 2007 for $59.95 at UltimateSteal.com
As Microsoft Office 2003 slowly fades into the ether, Office 2007 is flashing its muscles at the face of the Emory Law School community. As new students come in, their shiny new laptops will have Office 2007 and it’ll make sense for the faculty and staff to come on board.
I hear grumbling. But it’s . . . → Read More: Office 2007 Resources
Now that the law school has officially entered summer mode, you may have some time to do some computer cleaning of your own.
Within the ELS User Guide is a section devoted to computer maintenance and virus removal. It has videos too! But the narrator is your very own Dan Ra, so please don’t run:
. . . → Read More: Take a deep breath
Wouldn’t it be nice not to worry about losing your most important data? or be able to share those important school files with your classmates and professors? Well, the IT department here at your very own Emory Law School has been experimenting data back-up and file-sharing.
No, this isn’t the illegal and highly dangerous file-sharing . . . → Read More: Dropbox like it’s hot
Last weekend, I had accidentally deleted a bunch of my ladyfriend’s data from her laptop and went into crisis mode trying to find a way to recover the data (since an older hard drive with the same folder structure had old data). A little while back, I had posted about a software called Undelete Plus . . . → Read More: Recuva: in case you’re underwata
Well if you did, you may be in luck. A freeware program called Undelete Plus can help recover the file you accidentally deleted:
Undelete Plus is a quick and effective way to restore accidentally deleted files. It can also recover files that have been emptied from the Recycle Bin, permanently deleted files within Windows using . . . → Read More: No, you just didn’t delete a file you desperately needed for LWRAP