Not Sure If It’s One Word or Two?

by Barbara McNichol Editor of Word Trippers When you are proofreading your writing or a colleague’s work, chances are you question if a phrase should be two words versus one. For example, should you write “backyard” or “back yard”? Because no one rule covers this, it’s essential to look these up: Examples rooflines (not roof lines)…

IAAP TEC16 Sneak Peek: Win with Windows 10

by Greg Creech, MCT, CompTIA CTT+ IAAP TEC16 Speaker This session provides in-depth learning on the new Windows operating system. Learn the differences from previous versions (Windows 7 and 8.1) and new features of Windows 10 as well as removed features. Bring your device and tailor Windows 10 to your needs; explore the new and improved…