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Voicemail: Checking Messages & User Guides

Posted May 30, 2018
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Checking Your Voicemail From your Bryn Mawr College phone Press the Voicemail key on your phone and log in using your passcode. Follow the prompts to check messages or manage your voicemail box. From off campus Dial 610-526-5555. Follow voice prompts to enter your mailbox number (usually your extension). Press *, then follow voice prompts […]

Installing Read&Write Literacy Software

Posted July 19, 2016
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Read&Write software is free for current community members to download and install on any College- or personally-owned computer or tablet. To install Read&Write: Windows or Mac desktop Download the installer from http://techdocs.blogs.brynmawr.edu/6678. When prompted for an access or activation code, hit OK (no code is required). Android tablet 1. Visit http://www.brynmawr.edu/computing/secure/RWActivate.htm to copy the serial number required in […]

Library Services for Faculty

Posted August 8, 2013

Faculty have access to a multitude of resources for research or even for fun! Below is a summary of what you can access and whom you can contact to learn more about your field(s) of interest. See also:  http://www.brynmawr.edu/library/forfaculty.html

Changing the Default PDF Reader in Firefox

Posted June 7, 2013

In recent updates to the Firefox browser, Mozilla has released a built-in PDF viewer which is automatically installed in Firefox. The viewer generally works the same as Adobe Reader, but has caused some changes. Some PDF documents which formerly printed in a landscape format now automatically print in portrait format, and URLs are automatically printed […]

Converting a PDF into an Editable Document

Posted January 25, 2010

Bryn Mawr College computers have access to various Adobe software packages, including Illustrator, Photoshop and Presenter. Assistance for these products and many others is available at lynda.com. For more information about Adobe product help, please reference our post here: http://techdocs.blogs.brynmawr.edu/4335 Converting a PDF into an editable document requires Adobe Acrobat Professional. If you do not have access […]