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    Stata for Windows

    Step-by-Step

    This application is KeyServed and requires KeyAccess be installed on your computer, as well as a connection to the Dartmouth network each time you run Stata.

    Eduroam Wireless Network

    Step-by-Step

    Follow the steps below to configure the Eduroam wireless network on your computer/device. Once you do this, whenever you are at any institution with Eduroam, simply enter your Dartmouth username and password (as noted below) and you will be connected to that institution's eduroam wireless network.

    Windows 8/10:

    How to Use Compressed Files and Installers

    Details

    Most software installers provided by Apple Computer, Inc., Microsoft Corporation, and other third-party companies are provided as compressed files. Compression is used so that installers can be packed into a smaller single file that can be downloaded from the Internet more quickly and easily. Anyone who uses installers or transfers large files regularly and wants to understand more on how compression works and why it is necessary can benefit from this information.

    What is File Compression and Why is It Essential?

    Statistical Software Support

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    Statistical computing covers the use of statistics and supported statistical packages on all of Information, Technology & Consulting's public systems, including UNIX, Macintosh, and Windows platforms.

    Supported packages include Stata, SPSS, SAS and R. Support not only includes accessing and installing these packages, but also includes assistance with the program basics, writing code, and choosing appropriate analyses. In addition, we can help you with transferring data between applications or platforms.

    Using a File Transfer Program (FTP)

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    FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. A file transfer protocol program provides a way for computers to "talk" to each other in order to transfer files. This is the recommended alternative to transferring either large or many files instead of sending them as an an e-mail message attachment or enclosure. As most e-mail systems have a limit on how large an enclosed file can be (one to three megabytes is a common value) FTP applications can provide a solution to that problem.

    Get Started with OneDrive for Windows

    Step-by-Step

    OneDrive for Business provides unlimited password-protected, online storage for each user. This allows you to store documents, photos and other files online so they can be accessed from any Internet-connected computer. You can install an application on your computer so your OneDrive location acts like your computer's hard drive, or you can access/upload your OneDrive files via a web browser.

    Acrobat Reader for Windows

    Details

    Adobe Acrobat Reader is a freeware program that allows you to open files that were saved in a PDF format. PDF is a file format used for making documents available while retaining their formatting. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader from Adobe's website. Please pay close attention to each page on the Adobe website to be sure you are not downloading optional software that you don't want or need.

    Downloading Microsoft Office from BWA

    Step-by-Step

    1. Open a web browser and navigate to http://bwa.dartmouth.edu/
    2. The BWA login screen will appear. Enter your NetID and password, then press Enter. Your Email account will appear.
    3. In the left corner of the menu bar that appears at the top of the window, click Office 365. (This looks like it is just text but it's actually a link.)

    Set Separate Scan ON as Default on a Konica Minolta

    Step-by-Step

    1. Press the Scan/Fax button.
    2. Select Application.
    3. Select Separate Scan to turn it ON.
    4. Press the Menu button.
    5. Select Utility.
    6. Press User Settings, then Scan/Fax Settings, then Default Scan/Fax Settings.
    7. If Current Setting is selected, change selection to Default Setting, then press OK.

    Protect Your Computer from Malware

    Details

    To minimize the chance of your computer being infected by a virus or other type of malware, we strongly recommend you have a malware protection program installed on your computer, and that it be set to scan any floppy, CD, or file you download from the Web.

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