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Microsoft Excel : How to Use the VLookUp Function
VLOOKUP is a Microsoft Excel function that will look up a value in a row based on the value searched on in the first column of that row. This function can be used directly in Excel or in a macro or Visual Basic program using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications).
MDT's Client Wizard : Package Properties
A package's properties dialog box has only one tab, General, as shown in Figure 1. This tab doesn't have a lot of settings that you can edit. Most of the information is retrieved from the package (or patch) itself:
MDT's Client Wizard : Driver Properties
You learned that you can just right-click the Out-of-Box Drivers node (or a folder you created within that node) and choose Import Drivers.
MDT's Client Wizard : Application Properties
Applications you add to the Deployment Workbench appear under the Deployment Workbench/Deployment Shares/Name of your deployment share/Applications node.
MDT's Client Wizard : Operating System Properties
Microsoft has a wonderful free XML editor called XML Notepad, and it is slightly easier to use than Notepad, the built-in editor. Once you download and install XML Notepad, you can open any XML file by right-clicking the file and choosing Edit With XML Notepad.
MDT's Client Wizard : Customizing the Deployment Share
A deployment share is a shared folder that target machines connect to during the deployment process. From the deployment share, files that are needed for the deployment process such as scripts are copied to the target machine.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Report Properties and Why to Use Them, Basing Reports on Stored Queries or Embedded SQL Statements
ou can modify many different properties on reportsto change how the report looks and performs. Like form properties,report properties are divided into categories: Format, Data, Event, andOther
Microsoft Access 2010 : Working with Sorting and Grouping (part 2) - Sorting and Grouping Settings
Each grouping in a report has settings that define the group’s attributes. The settings determine things such as whether the field or expression is used for sorting, grouping, or both.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Working with Sorting and Grouping (part 1) - Add Sorting and Grouping to a Report
Unlike sorting data within a form, sorting data within a report isn’t determined by the underlying query. In fact, the underlying query affects the report’s sort order only when you have not specified a sort order for the report.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Reports Based on More Than One Table (part 3) - Working with Subreports
When you add a subreport to a report, it’s important to understand what properties the SubReport Wizard sets so that you can modify the SubForm/SubReport control, if needed
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Reports Based on More Than One Table (part 2) - Build a One-to-Many Report by Using the Report Wizard
A popular method of building a one-to-many report is from a one-to-many query. A one-to-many report built in this way is constructed as though it were based on the data within a single table. First, you build the query that will underlie the report
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Reports Based on More Than One Table (part 1) - Build a One-to-Many Report by Using the Report Wizard
The report created in this example is shown in Figure 6. Notice that the report is sorted and grouped by Shippers Company, OrderDate, and Customers Company. The report’s data is in order by OrderDate and Customers Company within a Shippers Company grouping.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Powerful Reports - Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 2) - The Data Properties of a Control
The Data properties of a control (see Figure 8), described in the following list, specify information about the data underlying a particular report control.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Powerful Reports - Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 1) - The Format Properties of a Control
The Format properties of a control allow you to customize the appearance of the control. Using the Format properties, you can modify control attributes such as the back color, font, special effect, and text alignment of the control.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Powerful Reports - The Anatomy of a Report
The Detail section is the main section of the report; it’s used to display the detailed data of the table or query underlying the report. Certain reports, such as Summary reports, have nothing in the Detail section. Instead, Summary reports contain data in group headers and footers.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Grouping shapes
Like the individual shapes that comprise it, a group is also a shape. You can apply borders or fills, add fields and text, and add shape data—in short, you can do anything with a group shape that you can with any other shape.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Inserting fields: the basics
For the server shape and the other shapes on this page, the default text position is centered below the shape. You worked with shapes whose text appeared in the middle of a shape or somewhere else. You’ve also learned how to reposition shape text if you prefer a different location.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Using shape data
A significant part of what gives Visio diagrams uniqueness and value is the data that resides inside Visio shapes. Called shape data starting with Visio 2007, data fields were known as custom properties in previous versions of Visio.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Adding ScreenTips and comments
In general, use ScreenTips to provide useful but noncritical information about a shape. You should make the assumption that the reader may discover a ScreenTip, but also may not. Use comments when it is vital that the reader know that they exist and when it is important to know who created the comment and when.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Positioning shape text
The text on a Visio shape is located in a text block. You can reposition the text within a text block with several buttons located on the Visio ribbon. You can also reposition the entire text block by using the Text Block Tool you learned about in the previous exercise.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Using Windows System Image Manager (part 3) - Creating an Unattended Answer File
The following steps show how to create an unattended answer file on a technician's computer that can be used to boot a system into the Sysprep Audit mode without user invention.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Using Windows System Image Manager (part 2) - Exploring the Components of an Answer File
Pass 1 includes many of the basic Windows preinstallation options as well as some basic setup options. Figure 3 shows the Setup section expanded to show many of the available options that can be added to the answer file
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Using Windows System Image Manager (part 1) - An Overview of WSIM, Understanding Catalog Files
When you first open WSIM, it has almost nothing in it. However, once you start creating an answer file, the different panes of WSIM start displaying some important information.
Personalizing and Configuring Windows 7 : Performance Tweaks (part 4) - Improving Windows 7's Memory
A long time ago PCs of a bygone era had woefully inadequate amounts of RAM, and the versions of Windows used back then had to regularly swap large chunks of RAM back to slower, disk-based storage called virtual memory
Personalizing and Configuring Windows 7 : Performance Tweaks (part 3) - Monitoring Performance and Reliability
Windows has had a Performance Monitor since the earliest days of NT, but with Windows Vista, Microsoft debuted an amazing new utility, the Reliability Monitor, which tracks the overall reliability of your PC over time, ever since the first day you booted.
Personalizing and Configuring Windows 7 : Performance Tweaks (part 2) - Using Windows 7's Performance Options
While all the performance tools are available individually throughout the system, Windows 7 introduces a nice list of available tools, if you can find it.
Personalizing and Configuring Windows 7 : Performance Tweaks (part 1) - Making It Boot Faster
While we do recommend buying a new PC with Windows 7 preinstalled to get the best experience, the truth is that many PC makers seem to go out of their way to screw up what should be a happy experience.
Personalizing and Configuring Windows 7 : The Windows 7 User Interface (part 3) - Branding Windows 7 like a PC Maker
We happen to believe that Windows 7's user interface is a tremendous improvement over those of both its predecessors, Windows XP and Windows Vista, and various competing operating systems such as Mac OS X
Personalizing and Configuring Windows 7 : The Windows 7 User Interface (part 2) - Configuring Folder Options
Although the version of Windows Explorer found in Windows 7 is quite a bit different from that found in Windows XP and Windows Vista, some things haven't changed much at all.
Personalizing and Configuring Windows 7 : The Windows 7 User Interface (part 1) - Customizing the Start Menu
The Windows 7 Start menu is an evolution of the Start menu that debuted in Windows XP, and it offers a much smarter interface for interacting with the applications, documents, and other content on your PC than did the Start menus from previous Windows versions.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Orienting shape text
As you observed in the preceding exercise, shape text does not always rotate as you rotate the containing shape. Whether it does depends on how the underlying shape was designed.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Orienting shapes on the page
When you drop shapes onto the Visio drawing page, they are usually oriented the way you want them to be. However, there are times when you will want the shapes to appear at a different angle. Visio provides several ways to accomplish this.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Creating and formatting text boxes
As an alternative, the Visio 2013 Mini Toolbar introduces a single use Text Tool: the pointer reverts to the Pointer Tool as soon as you draw one text box. To open the Mini Toolbar, right-click anywhere on the drawing page.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Adding text to shapes
You added text to shapes in steps 1, 3, and 4 in this exercise. You may have noticed that you were instructed to use a different method each time.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Collaborating on Visio diagrams (part 2) - Coauthoring
Coauthoring in Visio 2013 means that multiple people can edit the same diagram simultaneously when the diagram is stored on SkyDrive, SharePoint, or SharePoint Online. Nothing else is required other than opening the drawing—coauthoring is automatic.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Collaborating on Visio diagrams (part 1) - Commenting
If one shape is selected when you add a comment, the comment will be attached to that shape. If more than one shape is selected when you add a comment, the comment will be attached to the anchor shape . If no shapes are selected, the comment will be attached to the drawing page.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Collaborating on and Publishing Diagrams - Refreshing diagrams published to Visio Services
In the preceding section, you saved a diagram to Visio Services, applied a data graphic, saved the changes, and then refreshed the web view of the drawing.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Collaborating on and Publishing Diagrams - Saving Visio drawings to SharePoint 2013
In the previous section, you learned that Visio Services on SharePoint reads Visio 2013 files directly. As a result, publishing a diagram to Visio Services can be accomplished by simply uploading the file to SharePoint. From there, anyone with a web browser can click to view the diagram.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Collaborating on and Publishing Diagrams - Understanding Visio Services in SharePoint 2013
Visio Services is a Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 feature you can use to share diagrams with people who don’t have Visio. There are three key advantages to sharing diagrams via Visio Services instead of publishing static webpages
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Collaborating on and Publishing Diagrams - Customizing websites created by Visio
Web-published Visio drawings already include full support for embedded hyperlinks along with rich navigation and search capabilities. However, you don’t necessarily need all of those capabilities in every Visio-generated website, so it is convenient to be able to change the publishing options.
Games and Windows 7 : Games for Windows - LIVE (part 2) - Accessing Games for Windows - LIVE from within Compatible Games
You're really only participating in the best of what Games for Windows - LIVE offers when you're playing a compatible game, which still amounts to a pretty small selection of titles.
Games and Windows 7 : Games for Windows - LIVE (part 1) - Using the Games for Windows - LIVE Marketplace
The standalone Games for Windows - LIVE client is single-handedly devoted to the new Games for Windows – LIVE Marketplace, which is an online service and store that provides free and paid game-related content.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 8) - Auditing Task Links,Using the Task Inspector
The project schedule is heavily influenced by the linking relationships you establish among tasks. It is very easy to accidentally link tasks or break task links, and if you work with Autolink enabled, some changes you have not noticed might have been made.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 7) - Creating Links by Using the Mouse,Working with Automatic Linking Options
You can use the mouse to link taskbars on the timescale side of the Gantt Chart view, in the Network Diagram view, or in the Calendar view. You can also use the mouse to edit the linking relationship in the Gantt Chart view or the Network Diagram view.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 6) - Creating Links by Using the Entry Table
If you do not remember the ID number of the predecessor, leave the cell you are editing selected while you scroll through the task list to find the predecessor task. Do not select the predecessor; just view its ID number.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 5) - Creating Links by Using the Task Information Dialog Box
You can use the Predecessors tab of the Task Information dialog box to create and edit a selected task’s predecessor links, no matter what view is active
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 4) - Entering Leads and Lags, Creating Links by Using the Menu or Toolbar
There are several ways to link tasks. One option is to select the tasks and then click the Link Tasks button in the Schedule group on the Task tab.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 3) - Using the Start-to-Start Relationship,Using the Finish-to-Finish Relationship
In the Start-to-Finish relationship, the start date of the predecessor task determines the scheduled finish date of the successor. With this type of relationship, you schedule a task to finish just in time to start a more important task that it supports.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 2) - Using the Start-to-Start Relationship,Using the Finish-to-Finish Relationship
In the Finish-to-Finish relationship, the finish date of the predecessor determines the scheduled finish date of the successor task. In other words, you schedule two tasks to finish at or about the same time.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking Tasks (part 1) - Defining Dependency Links
Tasks are linked to show a dependency relationship as predecessor and successor tasks. The predecessor task determines the schedule of the successor, or dependent task.
 
 
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