Benedict isn't even nominated at The Oscars 2014, BUT he stole the show! Well, he's presenting the award for Best Production Design, with his co Jennifer Garner. Actually I can't watch them, neither via online stream nor via television. I'm in my office now, and crying a little bit for that fact. But, my twitter is going crazy for Benedict Cumberbatch, yep I RT load pictures of him. And according to the tittle post, here's some proves that Benedict is a high-functioning sociopath. Do your research!
Try this wonderful site. I'm not trying to spam. But this is really cool! Take a look:
I got this from my inspiration blogger, how about orange, in which I adore all her posts. Of course, geoGreeting! is adoring too. They took pictures from buildings/places that their tops really look like letters. So, I can't say no to try this site, and I like it. You can also made your own geo-letters. Hurry up! Angger
What do your clothes say about you? To discover the hidden meaning in the way your dress, take this quiz from Psychologies Magazine.
I got this from them: You stick to what you know. Classical and sober are words that could define your style. At work you prefer suits, blouses, twin-sets and gold jewellery with your touch of eccentricity, perhaps a colourful scarf. Your preferred colours are usually dark – navy blue, burgundy, beige or grey. Your skin is happy in cotton, satin and wool. On the make-up side of things, you’ve discovered what works for you, and you’re sticking to it. You prefer discretion and your style expresses your concern to be taken seriously and win legitimacy within your social group. Professionally, if you are predominantly in a man’s world, you may be tempted to imitate and adopt their codes. Your clothes are a sign of your adhesion to the rules, explicit and implicit. However, this sobriety and seriousness in no way stop you from being determined and dynamic.
Learning, knowing, and enjoying many business and office software, really help your work more efficient. You don't need a super duper awesome PC to make your life better, lol, just kidding! So, today I'm gonna share you guys, step by step, how to create a fill-able PDF form, by using Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro. But, trust me, I'm not the only person in this world who realized how cool this software is, too old-fashioned tho. Anyhoo, please ignore my spelling and grammar error, I tried to simplify the steps, but as visual person, so I'm gonna describe it per pictures..
Step 1: I recommend you to create the form by using Microsoft Word, as you can see at the picture above. I made a very simple form from here. After your form is finished, save it, and convert it into the PDF format.
Step 2: Open the PDF file, by using Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro. Then choose "Form" --> "Start from Wizard"
Step 3: There will be 3 choices (as far as I know), and I suggest you to select "an existing electronic document" (the form you made before)
Step 4: And another choices, please select "use the current document" or if you want to create form from another file, select the other one (:
Step 5: When you finished the previously step, then Adobe Acrobat will automatically identify blank fields, and you are ready to edit the form!
Step 6, 7, 8, 9: Right-Click at the field we want to edit and select Properties, or just double-click! Actually, we NEED to edit all the fields, because you know, it's default setting. I merged these steps because basically, it's depend on your needs..
Step 10: What happened then if Adobe Acrobat can't identify some blank fields. Keep calm! You still can create them manually.
Step 11: Last step! If you guess the form is finished editing the form, then select "Close Form Editing" The system will ask you, where you want to save your fill-able PDF file.
Easy right? Good luck and have a very nice weekend! Angger