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Anomalous Medical Version 2.0 Released

Schedule a one-on-one training sessions and learn to use Anomalous MedicalWe’re excited to announce Anomalous Medical Version 2.0. The latest version of Anomalous Medical includes some great user interface (UI) enhancements that will greatly improve the readability of Anomalous Medical content. Users now have the ability to increase or decrease the size of text and icons, and the UI will scale to meet high-resolution monitor standards, such as retina displays.

The Smart Lecture tools also have several new features, making it easier for users to customize and build slideshow presentations in Anomalous Medical. These features include choosing multiple slide layouts, changing appearance of the fonts, adjusting the size of the fonts, aligning text and images, and creating clickable action links to trigger animated timelines. We will provide more information on these new features as we update the tutorials currently available in the Learning Center.

When you open Anomalous Medical, an Update Anomalous Medical box should appear in the top-right corner of the window. Click on it and download all the new features and enhancements in the Version 2.0 release.

Microsoft to Drop Support for Windows XP

RIP Windows XP October 25, 2001 - April 8, 2014Microsoft announced it will drop support for Windows XP on April 8. We will also no longer support the aging operating system after April. We encourage any of our users who are still running XP to upgrade to Windows 7 or Windows 8 to avoid any futures problems with any software installed on your PC.

New Smart Lectures

Joint-Based Anterior Guidance

Understand how changes in joint dimension can affect anterior guidance. Animations in the Joint-Based Anterior Guidance Smart Lecture show normal and abnormal anterior guidance from a variety of angles. Get the Joint-Based Anterior Guidance Smart Lecture.

Use the Cloud to Share Files

RIP Windows XP October 25, 2001 - April 8, 2014 We’ve had quite few questions from users about sharing Anomalous Medical files between computers.

For example: if you wanted to access Anomalous Medical files you created on the laptop at home from the desktop at work you couldn’t do it, because you saved the files locally on the laptop’s hard drive.

You could save files on a thumb drive, but that’s just one more thing to remember to pack before driving to work in the morning.

But if you save your files in the cloud, you can easily retrieve them from home, work, or wherever you are at anytime.

Cloud storage services have come a long way over the past few years and there are a lot of free options available.

We recommend using Dropbox, SkyDrive or Google Drive. All three offer free space and have a desktop application that syncs your files to the cloud. We don’t recommend using Apple’s iCloud because it doesn’t have a very good file-syncing system or the ability to upload all file types.

For a breakdown of each of the recommended cloud services, visit our blog post.

Tutorial: Creating and Saving Bookmarks

RIP Windows XP October 25, 2001 - April 8, 2014In each issue of the newsletter, we'll have a new tutorial showing you how to do certain tasks in Anomalous Medical. This month we explain the Bookmarks features, which is available after purchasing the Premium Features. Creating a bookmark is a fast and easy way to save views in Anomalous Medical (for example the Skull, Mandible and Teeth) without spending time setting up the view every time you open Anomalous Medical. You can read the Bookmarks Tutorial in the Learning Center.

We recommend the Smart Lecture Dental Bundle for anyone in the dental industry who wants to fully explore the anatomy in Anomalous Medical, distort the joint, mandible and teeth and build slideshow presentations. For more information visit the Smart Lecture Dental Bundle page.

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