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Application Support Center (ASC)

The Application Support Center provides help to Students, Faculty, and Staff in the use of Office and Adobe applications. We also provide and maintain Templates for Graduate Students to use in the production of their Thesis or Dissertation in both MS Word and LaTeX Formats.

Open to all UF Faculty, Staff and Students. Whether you are trying to stitch 20 photos into a spectacular panoramic view or simply designing a poster for a conference presentation, the Desktop Application Support Center can help. From problems with page numbering in Word to a pesky formula in Excel, if you have a question about the use of any core desktop application, ask ASC. We might not know the answer, but we can certainly help you look in the right direction.


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Work on your project with free technical consultation available in the Hub, room 224. Appointments are preferred (Call 392-HELP [4357]) but we also serve walk-ins when space is available.


Application Support Center About ASC

The UF Computing Help Desk Application Support Center is a service of Academic Technology. Our strategy is to provide help desk support for University of Florida faculty, staff and students in the core desktop applications necessary for them to function effectively.


Graduate Editorial Office

Deadlines, Checklists, Format Requirements and Examples.


ETD Technical Support

Templates, Tutorials, Training Sessions, and Personal Consultations, Electronic Thesis & Dissertation (ETD) Technical Support makes the difficult job of earning an advanced degree a little easier.


Department Paid and Large Format Printing

Academic Technology provides printing service to faculty & departments where a department may arrange to pay by Purchase Order for students’ class assignments or for specific print jobs for conferences or events.

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