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Microsoft Word 2010 : Collaborating with Others - Limiting What Other Users Can Do to a Document
After you’ve dealt with comments and changes from four or five different people, you’ll probably decide that it’s time to declare the document “hands-off.”
Microsoft Word 2010 : Adding Graphics to Your Documents - Drawing Shapes in Word (part 2) - Modifying an AutoShape
AutoShapes can be formatted in many of the same ways as photos and clip art illustrations. You can find the formatting options on the Drawing Tools Format tab.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Adding Graphics to Your Documents - Drawing Shapes in Word (part 1) - Drawing an AutoShape
Word has more than 100 built-in AutoShapes, ranging from simple lines to complicated 2-D geometric shapes. When you add an AutoShape to document, the shape is surrounded by handles. You can use the handles to resize the object.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 2) - Microsoft Word - Compare Document Versions, Quick Parts
Most of the options available in Figure 4 are self-explanatory. Users may compare the current open document with a major version, the latest version, or another specific version, and they may combine document versions.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 1) - Microsoft Word - Writing Blog Posts
Microsoft Word includes a template to author blog posts. Microsoft Word works with many blogging engines, not just SharePoint.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Arranging Text in Columns
Newspaper-style columns can give newsletters and brochures a more polished look. You can format an entire document, selected text, or individual sections into columns.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding Page Backgrounds (part 2) - Add or Remove a Page Border , Add Page Color
Shading is a color that fills the background of selected text, paragraphs, or table cells. For more attractive pages, add clips or columns.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding Page Backgrounds (part 1) - Add Borders and Shading
Borders are lines or graphics that appear around a page, paragraph, selected text, or table cells. With borders, you can change the line style, width, and colors, and you can add shadows and 3D effects.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding a Watermark
A watermark is a background effect—some text or a graphic, that prints in a light shade behind your text on your document. You can use a washed out version of your company logo, or you can add text such as SAMPLE, DRAFT, PROPOSAL, or CONFIDENTIAL.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding Desktop Publishing Effects
A few simple elements—drop caps, borders, and shading—make your newsletters and brochures look like a professional produced them. A drop cap is the enlarged first letter of a paragraph that provides instant style to a document.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Proofing a Document - Finding and Replacing Text
One of the most common mistakes in writing is to use one word when you actually meant to use another. For example, you might use “Tim” throughout a document when you should be referring to “Tom.” Or you might repeatedly mistype a word—such as typing “fine” instead of “find.” Word’s spelling or grammar checker may not always pick up such mistakes.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Checking Your Spelling and Grammar
If spelling and grammar weren’t your favorite subjects in school, you can still get by with a little help from your computer. Word’s built-in spelling and grammar checkers can help you catch potential errors and fix them before anyone else sees your document.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Viewing a Document’s Statistics, Evaluating a Document’s Readability
Ever wonder how many words you’ve written so far? Word makes it easy to check statistics like word count, character count (including blank spaces), the number of lines in a document, and so on.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Outlines - Creating a Multilevel List
You worked with a single-level numbered list, such as Item 1, Item 2, and Item 3. A multilevel list shows the list items at different levels rather than at one level.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Outlines - Working with Master Documents
It doesn’t have to work that way. Word’s Master Document feature offers a system of organization for larger documents. A master document works as a container for smaller subdocuments.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Outlines - Creating a Standard Outline
A GREAT ORGANIZATIONAL TOOL, Word outlines assist you by using major topics (called headings) and subtopics to categorize a task and its subtasks. Most of us work with mental outlines every day. If you were to plan your basic day, you might plan it like this: The major topics would be the places you go that day (work, grocery, dinner), and the subtopics might be what you plan to do at each place.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Customizing Word - Managing Pictures
With Microsoft Office Picture Manager, you can manage, edit, and share your pictures. You can view all the pictures on your computer and specify which file type you want to open with Picture Manager.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Accessing Commands Not in the Ribbon, Customizing the Way You Create Objects
If you don’t see a command in the Ribbon that was available in an earlier version of Word, you might think Microsoft removed it from the product. To see if a command is available, check out the Customize section in Word Options.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Performing Mail Merges - Performing a Basic Mail Merge
With the main document, fields, and address list all buttoned up, you can merge everything together. Before taking that final step, it’s a good idea to preview the results of the merge to see how the documents are going to look.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Performing Mail Merges - Performing a Basic Mail Merge
With the main document, fields, and address list all buttoned up, you can merge everything together. Before taking that final step, it’s a good idea to preview the results of the merge to see how the documents are going to look.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Sharing Information Between Programs - Exporting and Importing Data
For example, you might import an Excel worksheet into a Word document to create a one-page report with text and a table. Or you might want to export a document as a Web page or export text as XML data or in the standard Rich Text Format to use in another program.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Playing a Movie Using an ActiveX Control & Changing the Document Information Panel
The Document Information Panel helps you manage and track document property information—also known as metadata—such as title, author, subject, keywords, category, and status.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Expanding Word Functionality - Setting ActiveX Control Properties & Adding VBA Code to an ActiveX Control
Every ActiveX control has properties, or settings, that determine its appearance and function. You can open a property sheet that displays all the settings for that control in alphabetic or category order directly from Word.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Expanding Word Functionality - Inserting ActiveX Controls
An ActiveX control is a software component that adds functionality to an existing program. An ActiveX control is really just another term for an OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) object, known as a Component Object Model (COM) object.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Using Content Controls to Create Documents
Forms are an easy way for you to interact with users of your documents, either online or in print, and gain information and feedback from them in the process.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Saving a Document with Macros & Opening a Document with Macros
When you open a document with a macro, VBA, or other software code, Word displays a security warning to let you know the document might contain potentially harmful code that may harm your computer.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Adding a Digital Signature to a Macro Project & Assigning a Macro to a Toolbar
After you create a macro, you can add the macro to the Quick Access Toolbar for easy access. When you create a macro, the macro name appears in the list of available commands when you customize the Quick Access Toolbar in Word Options.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Expanding Word Functionality - Running a Macro & Controlling a Macro
If a macro doesn’t work exactly the way you want it to, you can fix the problem using Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). VBA allows you to debug, or repair, an existing macro so that you change only the actions that aren’t working correctly.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Expanding Word Functionality - Recording a Macro & Creating a Macro
Macros can run several tasks for you at the click of a button. When you turn on the macro recorder, Word records every mouse click and keystroke action you execute until you turn off the recorder.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Expanding Word Functionality - Setting Developer Options & Understanding How Macros Automate Your Work
You can run a macro by choosing the Macro command on the View or Developer tab, or by using a shortcut key or clicking a Quick Access Toolbar button you’ve assigned to it.
Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Working with documents - Customizing document templates
When a new document library is created, several file types, or content types, are available when you create a new document from the SharePoint 2013 menu.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Systems : Managing the Registry (part 2) - Registry root keys
The registry is organized into a hierarchy of keys, subkeys, and value entries. The root keys are at the top of the hierarchy and form the primary branches, or subtrees, of registry information.
Windows Phone 8 : Messaging - Composing a New Message (part 3) - Sending a Picture from the Camera
Although the message composition screen contains an attachments icon, the only type of attachment you are allowed to add to messages is a photograph.
Sharepoint 2013 : The Office JavaScript Object Model (part 1) - Document-based Apps
The Office JSOM provides many capabilities for document-based apps for Office. With Office JSOM, your web application can programmatically interact with a selection the user has made, read or write to your document, react to events as the user enters a specific location or changes data in the document, save one or more settings in the document so that they are persisted for the next time the document is opened, and much more.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 10) - Microsoft Outlook - Lists and Libraries
Microsoft Outlook is probably the most used Office application in the suite. Microsoft Word and Excel are certainly popular, but business users look at their e-mail in Outlook most often. It seems that Outlook is central to the world of the business user.
Sharepoint 2013 : Office 2013 and an Overview of Integration (part 5) - Live Co-Authoring,Document Information Panel
Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2013 display metadata of documents sourced from SharePoint via the Document Information Panel.
Sharepoint 2013 : Office 2013 and an Overview of Integration (part 1) - The Backstage Area
All Office 2010 and 2013 applications have a File tab in the main menu of their main screen; clicking this tab navigates you to the backstage area. Clicking the File tab in Microsoft Word shows a page like that in Figure 2.
Windows Server 2012 : Enabling Users to Work Anywhere (part 2) - RDS Web Access
Also new to Windows Server 2008 and extended in Windows Server 2012 RDS is a role called RDS Web Access. RDS Web Access allows a remote client to access an RDS session without having to launch the RDP client, but instead connect to a web page, similar to that shown in Figure 1, that then allows the user to log on and access his or her session off the web page.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 : Looking at Visio Services (part 1) - Displaying Visio drawings in Visio Services
The pane can be repositioned by dragging the title bar of the pane using the left mouse button (floating), or it can be docked. You can also resize the window by grabbing one of the borders of the pane and dragging it.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Content from External Sources - Inserting New Slides from an Outline
Many people find that they can save a lot of time by copying text or slides from other programs or from other PowerPoint presentations to form the basis of a new presentation. There's no need to reinvent the wheel each time! The following sections look at various ways to bring in content from external sources.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server - Adding a RemoteApp to Remote Web Workplace
One of the cool things you can do with the new RemoteApps capability is add an application directly to the RWA landing page. This allows a user working remotely to directly and securely access an application on the SBS network without having to log on to take a full Remote Desktop session.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Creating and Modifying Configurations (part 5) - External Authoring, Authoring with CP Studio
CP Studio offers all the advantages of authoring configuration data outside the console without the requirement of needing to know XML. CP Studio also gives you the ability to create configuration data from an existing system using a profiling process that converts the current state of the system into a baseline.
Sharepoint 2013 : Create a Team Site, Create an Enterprise Wiki Site in SharePoint Server, Create a Blog Site
A wiki site is for managing and sharing information. This type of site is used mostly to share ideas and knowledge among many people. The Enterprise Wiki Site template enables users who use the site to easily change the pages and create new pages.
Extending Dynamics GP with Free Software : Checking Dynamics GP spelling with Willoware
Follow the instructions included with the download to install Willoware in Dynamics GP. Microsoft Word and the Office Proofing Tools are required on the client computer as Willoware's product uses Microsoft Word for the spell checking.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : .NET Business Connector - Usage Scenarios for .NET Business Connector
In client-based scenarios, .NET Business Connector and the application that uses it are installed on a user’s computer. To make client setup easier, Dynamics AX 2009 allows the installation of just .NET Business Connector on the development machine.
Deploying the Client for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : Planning Considerations and Best Practices, Preparing the Deployment
Prior to deploying the Outlook client to user desktop systems on the network, the desktop hardware must be evaluated to determine whether it meets the recommended Microsoft hardware and software requirements to support the client.
Managing Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Terminal Server (part 1)
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is a significant update from the Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2003. Not only has the name changed, but some significant new capabilities were added as well.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Configuring Software Metering (part 2) - Creating a Software Metering Rule
The amount of program information that’s collected can add up quickly and use a lot of space in the SMS site database. To keep the information manageable, SMS periodically summarizes the collected data as well as deletes old data.
Collaborating Within an Exchange Environment Using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 : Exploring Basic MOSS Features
A SharePoint deployment can be used to create websites, manage documents, and provide other capabilities. Understanding and testing the features available in MOSS is an important prerequisite step toward effectively using MOSS, and a walk-through of those features should subsequently be performed.
Collaborating Within an Exchange Environment Using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 : Understanding the History of SharePoint Technologies, Identifying the Need for MOSS 2007
SharePoint technologies have a somewhat complicated history. Multiple attempts at rebranding the applications and packaging them with other Microsoft programs has further confused administrators and users alike. Consequently, a greater understanding of what the SharePoint products are and how they were constructed is required.
 
 
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