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Sync Facebook Events With Google Calendar

In a few steps you see your Facebook Events in Google Calendar.

  1. After you log into Facebook, go to Facebook Events
    Facebook Events
  2. Click on Export Events and copy the URL (which you will use later). Keep the address of the URL to yourself!!!
    Export Events
  3. Log into Google Calendar.
    Google Calendar
  4. Click on Add, and then click on Add by URL
    Add calendar by URL
  5. Paste the URL you copied from Facebook and click Add Calendar
    Add calendar
  6. Esta bom, that’s it!
    You will see a notification at the top that it will be indexed by Google Calendar.
    Notifications
    The Facebook Events URL will appear under Other Calendars.
    Google Calendars

Note:

  • You can also add single events, one by one, by opening the Facebook Event, and copy the Export link for the event.
    Export Events

Now your Google calendar will update automatically every time you accept or decline an event in Facebook.

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25 June 2010 Posted by | Facebook, Google | , , , | Leave a comment

Create and Share Google Calendars

One of the easiest way to create a calendar, is to create .CSV file in your spreadsheet programme.
For row headings you will type the following:

  1. Create Row Headings
    • Cell A1 = Subject
    • Cell B1 = Start Date
    • Cell C1 = Start Time
    • Cell D1 = End Date
    • Cell E1 = End Time
    • Cell F1 = Location
  2. Type in the details
  3. Create new Google Calendar
  4. Upload the .CSV file
  5. Get your calendar id
  6. Go to Google’s EventPublisher Guide to get URL
  7. Share the URL with your friends

Watch the video here.

23 June 2010 Posted by | Google | , , | Leave a comment

INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD – PART 7 – CONTROLLING THE DRAWING DISPLAY

KEY CONCEPTS

  • USING PAN AND ZOOM
  • ZOOM WINDOW
  • FULL VIEW
  • SCALE A VIEW
  • AERIAL VIEW
  • MODEL AND PAPER SPACE
  • CREATING VIEWPORTS

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

  • To gain an understanding of how to view a drawing completely or enlarged in AutoCAD.

Previous lessons:

Introduction to AutoCAD – Part 1
Introduction to AutoCAD – Part 2 – Organising your drawing setup
Introduction to AutoCAD – Part 3 – Using coordinate system
Introduction to AutoCAD – Part 4 – Creating objects
Introduction to AutoCAD – Part 5 – Editing objects
Introduction to AutoCAD – Part 6 – Using object snaps

Next Lesson:

  • DIMENSIONING IN AUTOCAD

7 June 2010 Posted by | AutoCAD Introduction | , , , , , , | Leave a comment