JN Software Consulting provides customized software training, consulting, custom database and Excel development for individuals and groups in companies and small businesses in Toronto, the GTA and across Canada.

Online or on site, JN Software Consulting clients:

  • Learn skills specifically required for their work.
  • Concentrate on developing their computer ability, not someone else's.
  • Feel good about improving their technology ability and confidence.
  • Make software work for them.

Our clients know that:

  • Adding a new computer skill makes everyone's job easier and opens up new opportunities.
  • Building an easy-to-navigate, searchable website positions a company ahead of the competition.
  • Up-to-date data that's organized and searchable in a custom database saves your business time and money.

We have worked with businesses in industries including:

  • Accounting
  • Administration
  • Banking
  • Child Care
  • Human Resources
  • Insurance
  • Investments
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Software
  • Health Care
  • Professional Services
Upgrading to Office 2010 Packages

Dreamweaver Workspace Tips

Certainly all the toolbars and panels can be arranged to suit your preferences but rearranging a couple of toolbars might make working in the environment a bit easier, especially for those new to Dreamweaver or using the standard HTML tools.

The Standard toolbar has buttons for Save, Cut/Copy/Paste and Undo/Redo. (View - Toolbars or right-click on the Document toolbar at the top.) Drag it beside the Document toolbar to put it on the same line.

In CS5&6 the Insert Panel initially is located with the panels or the right side but only shows the tab. Clicking the tab expands it (double-click collapses) but the tab can be dragged up and docked below the Menus which then shows all the options and buttons below.

If you have made changes to your toolbars and panels, create a new workspace (Window - Workspace Layout - New Workspace... or click the Workspace button on the top of the application window.) This means you can easily get back your favourite panels if the workspace changes.