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New Horizons named Finalist for 2013 Microsoft Learning Partner of the Year

Posted on 7/9/13 3:03 PM by Get Schooled in Announcements, in awards, in Awards and Kudos, in Company News, in IT News, in Learning Partner of the Year, in Microsoft, in Microsoft Partner News, in New Horizons

Conshohocken, PA—June 13, 2013 - New Horizons Computer Learning Centers today announced it has been selected as a finalist for the Microsoft Learning Partner of the Year Award.

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New Horizons is an approved Military Friendly School

Posted on 1/23/13 11:45 AM by Get Schooled in announcement, in Announcements, in career, in Company News, in Military Friendly School, in, in New Horizons, in News, in veterans

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Adding a Linked Photo to your Signature in Outlook

Posted on 6/16/11 10:18 AM by Get Schooled in Microsoft, in New Horizons, in New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, in adding a picture to signature, in outlook, in outlook signature, in Tips & Tricks

An e-mail signature consists of text and/or pictures that are automatically added to the end of an outgoing e-mail message. You can create custom signatures for different types of audiences. You can use a signature to add "boilerplate" text, such as an explanation of how you want other people to respond to your messages. You can have a different signature for each e-mail account.
By default, when you use the Advanced Edit option, a copy of any picture is included in the signature.

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Microsoft is making its security software public

Posted on 9/7/10 9:41 AM by Get Schooled in creative commons license, in Microsoft, in New Horizons, in New Horizons Computer Learning Center, in News, in security

In a recent Microsoft blog post, the company revealed it will be changing the Creative Commons license to allow companies to employ their Security Development Lifecycle software.

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