1. **1. Launch Photoshop.**
2. **2. Choose File⇒New.**
3. **3. Navigate to a folder where you want to save the file.**
If you saved the file in a folder called _working,_ you would navigate to the _working_ folder and then type **working\test** in the Save dialog box to create the new file.
4. **4. Enter a file name for the new file and press Enter to create the file.**
5. **5. In the file browser, right-click on the new file you just created and select Rename from the shortcut menu.**
A dialog box opens in which you rename the file.
6. **6. In the dialog box, change the name to** _c:\temp\test.psd._ **Press Enter to save the file.**
Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor. It’s similar to CorelDraw, that is, Draw, but in Illustrator you can combine drawing elements to create beautiful artwork. Illustrator lets you cut, copy, paste, move, transform, redraw, change color, create paths, add stroke, change type, and more.
Adobe InDesign is one of the most popular page layout tools. It allows you to make complete books, magazines and online publications by combining text, graphics, and photos. InDesign includes print and online design tools that will allow you to create anything from a poster to a brochure.Bosnian (disambiguation)
Bosnian is the autonym of the Bosniaks, an ethnic group in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro.
It may also refer to:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian language, the official language of the Republika Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian Muslim, refers to members of the Bosniak ethnic group in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosniak, or Bosnian, is a Slavic ethnonym
Bosnian Cyrillic alphabet, for the Bosniak language
People with the surname
Bosnian (singer), a Brazilian pop singer and musician
Bosnian (Lithuanian footballer), a Lithuanian footballer
Reka Bosić, a Bosnian rapper
Bišćevići, place name
Bosniac, also spelled Bosnian, a Jireček family surname
Bosnian Muslims, a sect in Islam that form a majority in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnian nationalism, nationalistic movement of the Bosniak peopleWaveSail
WaveSail is a German technology company based in Cologne.
Founded in 1997 by four computer scientists and a software engineer in Mainz, at the time developed the first microcomputer server with flexible software. The company focuses on software for building software-defined data centers. In April 2017, WaveSail and Ateam (Athe) merged, initially in a 50/50 ratio.
Before its foundation, the partners Dr. Robin Reul, Dr. Harald Fankhauser, Florian
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For the past decade, religious schools in California have run afoul of the state’s landmark sex-discrimination law, including those with a Roman Catholic background.
The latest case involves students in a Roman Catholic school who believe their school’s disciplinary policies and procedures violate Title IX, a 1972 law that prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education programs and activities, including schools.
A federal jury last month awarded $2.2 million to six male students in a lawsuit filed against the Diocese of Stockton by four former students. The Diocese was exonerated of wrongdoing.
The alleged victims claimed that their schools discriminated against them by disciplining them in the same way and for the same conduct as female students who accused them of sexual misconduct. The accusations against the former students included fondling and sexual harassment by teachers and staff.
Attorneys for the students argued that the Diocese’s policies allowed the accused students to be disciplined based on the conduct of other students, even if the accusers weren’t present, and that some of the accusers hadn’t reported the allegations to the school or law enforcement.
The case is the latest in a string of lawsuits in California over the use of disciplinary procedures at Roman Catholic schools that critics say violate Title IX.
In previous high-profile cases, Roman Catholic students claimed that they had been expelled from school because they were gay. In a similar case, a group of Dominican Sisters claimed that their nonprofit school’s expulsion policies discriminated against Latino students who were gay and transgender.
In addition to the Catholic school cases, multiple lawsuits have been filed in federal courts in California that challenge whether gender-identity discrimination violates Title IX, the same federal law that requires schools to respect the rights of LGBT students.
Title IX is not the only federal law that has caused issues for California Roman Catholic schools.
The Diocese recently settled a lawsuit alleging that religious schools are exempted from the state’s Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, a federal law that protects students’ privacy.
The federal government had recently given the Diocese a letter explaining that the exemption would be changed, though the cause of the change was unclear.
As recently as last year, the Diocese issued a policy that allowed students in Catholic schools to receive private or marital counseling from clergy.
“No one is in favor of clergy counseling,” said Rabbi
Application of an ultrasound gel for reduction of indentation and tissue-probing pressure of the implant site during in vivo force testing.
The goal of this study was to investigate the influence of an ultrasound gel on indentation and tissue-probing pressure in vivo during the analysis of a titanium (Ti) implant using a specially designed software. Implants were placed into the cortical part of the right femur of ten pigs. The animals were divided into three groups. Group 1 was used as a control group and the implants were not sealed. In group 2, the implant site was sealed using an ultrasound gel. In group 3, the site was sealed using a hemostasis pack after the implant was placed into the bone. Each implant was force tested (n =10) at a rate of 0.02 s(-1) for six minutes using a custom-made piezoelectric force sensor. The maximum and the average value of the indentation and the tissue-probing pressure during the force testing were calculated. Comparing the values of the indentation and the tissue-probing pressure between the control group and group 2, no significant differences were found. However, the maximum value of the indentation and the tissue-probing pressure showed a significant difference between the control group and group 3. In conclusion, the application of an ultrasound gel after placing the implant into the bone can be an effective method to avoid dislocation of the implant, especially in the initial healing period.Shoe and glove dip
Shoe and glove dipping are practices in which a worker manually cleans footwear or gloves of dirt, grease, oil, or other contaminants. The practice is ubiquitous in the healthcare industry, and may be used in the home.
Various materials may be used for dipping including water and soap as well as cleaning products such as gasoline, bleach, and even acid. In the healthcare industry, the shoe-dip is most often found in hotels, clinics, and hospitals. The hand-dip is practiced in the food industry where workers apply numerous types of substances to their hands, including dish detergents, soda, coffee and tea, among others.
Cleaning shoes and gloves is a prevalent part of many jobs, whether you’re employed in a fast food restaurant, a hospital or a clinic, or at home. Most people who work outdoors will use some form of hand cleansing product to keep their hands protected. It’s also a good idea to apply protective product to your shoes after walking in areas where contaminants
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• NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or higher (NVIDIA Geforce GTX 670 or higher recommended)
• AMD Radeon HD 7870 or higher (AMD Radeon R9 270 or higher recommended)
• OpenGL 3.0 or higher
• Support for 5.1 surround sound
• A sound card, speakers or headphones
• 8GB RAM (16GB or more recommended)
• A computer