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A guide on how to install Microsoft Office 365 for free on up to 5 devices
A comprehensive list of the software that is found in the computer labs
A list of ITS recommended computers for employees including the standard Faculty Laptop Initiative model and standard Computer Lab PC model.
A guide on using Google Hangouts
A guide on how to easily mail merge using the formMule addon.
A description of the dial-in feature when using Google Meet for video conferencing
A guide on using the Google Meet Hardware found in select rooms on campus.
Software Installation List for Students
This article will show you how to unmute yourself if someone else has muted you while you are calling into a Google meets meeting.
A guide on best practices and tips that will help when presenting to the Kramer VIA GO wireless presentation system.
All new and existing Manhattan College employee email accounts must adhere to the standard email signature template. The following step-by-step visual instructions will guide you through setting up your email signature according to the new standard.
Video and guide for the best practices to follow for video conferences.
An infographic detailing best practices and troubleshooting tips when participating in a video conference.
Instructions on how to update your personal email.
A guide on how to use the technology found in Chancellor's Room.
A guide on how to fix mirroring issues for Mac devices.
A guide on fixing broken file path names for shortcuts of a file whose location has changed.
A Quick Start and Alternate Start Guide on the Kramer VIA GO system.
A guide on using the Hangouts Meet Hardware Touch Screen found on the table in Chancellor's Room.
A list of ITS recommended computers for personal use
A guide on how to clear your web browser's cache
The last presenter's screen remains on display after they have left the room using the Kramer VIA or your presentation has frozen mid presentation.
The purpose of this Knowledge Base Article is to instruct you on the best course of action to take if your account has been compromised or if you are not sure if your account has been compromised.
A guide on using the Easy Accent Google Add-on for typing in letters for foreign languages that contain accents and special characters.