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produce a step by step/quick start/demo video, or tutorial. I am comp savvy but wasted time not knowing what was going on - still dont know?

produce a step by step quick start/demo video, or tutorial. I am reasonably comp savvy but wasted time not knowing what was going on - after clicking bookmarklet, re-clip or trying the + sign - still don't know? Go back to home and whatever I tried to educlip was nowhere to be seen!?

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      • Susan Chollar commented  · 

        I agree with the person who wrote the original comment. I spent too much time trying to figure out how all of this works both on my PC and on my iPad. I finally found the series of videos on Vimeo which were helpful but, Adam, when you make or edit new tutorials, please slow down. You have a tendency to race through directions and you don't use any type of highlighting device to circle the objects on the screen that you are referring to. You need to pause after you refer to a direction so that the viewer has the time to look at the screen and process what you are saying. Think back to when you were teaching in the classroom. :) Thanks!

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