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Microsoft Project 2010 : Defining Resource Information Using the Resource Information Dialog Box
The Resource Information dialog box contains almost all of the imperative resource definition fields, including several important resource fields that are not available on the Resource Sheet view or the Resource Form view .
Your Life in Sync—Windows 7 and Live Services : Going Online and Learning about Windows Live
With previous versions of Windows, Microsoft bundled a few predecessors of its Live services, most notably the Windows Messenger instant messaging client, directly in the OS. With Windows 7, that's not the case. Instead, Microsoft is subtly promoting Windows Live products and services in Windows 7 in two key areas.
Working with Ultra-Mobile PCs : A Tour of the UMPC Software
While the underlying operating system on a UMPC is a stock version of Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate with full Tablet PC capabilities enabled, Microsoft has added a number of UMPC-specific software solutions to the mix as well, and of course various PC makers also supply their own device-specific utilities.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Finding the Largest and Smallest Values in a Field by Using a Query
When you create a query, you can have Access display a set number of the highest and lowest values in the query’s results. You can also have Access display rows that contain the top or bottom values by asking Access to display a certain percentage of rows in the query’s results.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Creating a Crosstab Query
The basic means of storing and presenting data in Access is the table, which is essentially a list of information about a group of "things" (such as customer orders) related to a single primary key value.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Writing Query Results to a New Table, Creating an Update Query
When you run a query, Access writes the records the query finds into a dynaset, or dynamic record set. While Access remembers the results of queries you run, the results aren’t actually written to a table, limiting what you can do with the data.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Defining Multiple Alternative Data Sets
If you apply a scenario to a worksheet and then apply another scenario to the same worksheet, both sets of changes appear. If multiple scenarios change the same cell, the cell will contain the value in the most recently applied scenario.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Defining an Alternative Data Set
When you save data in an Excel worksheet, you create a record that reflects the characteristics of an event or object. That data could represent the number of deliveries in an hour on a particular day, the price of a new delivery option, or the percentage of total revenue accounted for by a delivery option.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 9) - TCPView, Telnet Client
You can use TCPView to identify exactly which servers a client connects to, including the port numbers, or identify the clients connecting to a server.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 8) - Route & Task Manager
All IP-based networked devices, including computers, have routing tables. Routing tables describe the local network, remote networks, and gateways that you can use to forward traffic between networks.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 7) - Resource Monitor, Ping & PortQry
Ping is of limited usefulness today because most new computers drop Ping requests (which use ICMP). Therefore, you might ping a computer that is connected to the network but not receive any response.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 6) - Performance Monitor & Data Collector Sets
When troubleshooting network performance problems, you can use Performance Monitor to view current bandwidth utilization in a more detailed way than provided by Task Manager or Resource Monitor.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 5) - PathPing
Windows Firewall drops ICMP packets by default on public networks. Therefore, unless you connect to a domain controller or configure a network as private, Windows will not respond to ICMP requests by default.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 4) - Nslookup
Nslookup (Nslookup.exe) is the primary tool for isolating DNS name resolution problems when connected to the client experiencing the problems. Nslookup is a command-line tool capable of performing DNS lookups and reporting on the results.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 3) - Netstat & Network Monitor
For a network service to receive incoming communications, it must listen for communications on a specific TCP or UDP port. When troubleshooting network problems, you might want to view the ports on which your computer listens for incoming connections to verify that a service is properly configured and that the port number has not changed from the default.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 2) - Nblookup, Nbtstat
Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) is a NetBIOS name resolution protocol. WINS performs a function for NetBIOS names similar to the function that DNS performs for host names.
Tools for Troubleshooting (part 1) - Arp & IPConfig
In Windows 7, troubleshooting IPv6 is identical to troubleshooting IPv4. Most of the same tools work, including Ping, PathPing, Nslookup, IPConfig, Route, Netstat, Tracert, and Netsh.
Virtualization : Windows 7 and Existing Virtualization Environments - Sun xVM VirtualBox
If you plan to run Windows 7 using VirtualBox, you should make sure that your system has sufficient resources for all the various system configurations you plan to use. In addition, allow for system resource utilization by the host and allow 256MB of memory for the VirtualBox software itself. Your video output should also be fully supported by the host system.
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.
Windows 7 User Mode Drivers Overview and Operation : I/O Queues & I/O Request Objects
When an I/O request arrives from the reflector, the I/O handler creates an I/O request object and adds the object to the queue that the driver configured for requests of that type.
Windows 7 User Mode Drivers Overview and Operation : I/O Request Flow
The Win32 API calls the appropriate kernel mode I/O routine, and the Windows kernel I/O manager creates an I/O request packet (IRP) and sends this IRP to the driver at the top of the kernel mode device stack for the target device.
Memory Dump Files (part 2) - Using Memory Dump Files to Analyze Stop Errors
Memory dump files record detailed information about the state of your operating system when the Stop error occurred. You can analyze memory dump files manually by using debugging tools or by using automated processes provided by Microsoft.
Memory Dump Files (part 1) - Configuring Small Memory Dump Files, Kernel Memory Dump Files, Complete Memory Dump Files
By default, Windows is configured to create kernel memory dump files. By default, small memory dump files are saved in the %SystemRoot%\Minidump folder, and kernel and complete memory dump files are saved to a file named %SystemRoot%\Memory.dmp.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Stop Message Overview
Microsoft Azure has two methods for calculating the monthly service charges consumption pricing or commitment (subscription) pricing. Because Windows Azure, SQL Azure, and AppFabric are three independent services, each is priced separately and with its own rates.
Using Tablet PCs and Ultra-Mobile PCs : Using a Tablet PC (part 4) - Flicks and Gestures
Flicks, called "gestures" in other pen-based systems, are special quick movements you can make with a Tablet PC stylus over the digitizer to navigate quickly or launch shortcuts for commonly needed functionality such as copy and paste. With a flick, you literally flick the pen in a certain way to cause an action.
Using Tablet PCs and Ultra-Mobile PCs : Using a Tablet PC (part 3) - Using the Tablet PC Input Panel
Back in the original version of Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, the Tablet PC Input Panel, or TIP, was typically docked to the bottom of the screen, just above the taskbar, and you toggled its display by clicking a TIP icon next to the Start button.
Using Tablet PCs and Ultra-Mobile PCs : Using a Tablet PC (part 2) - Configuring Tablet PC Features - Using Pen and Touch
While the personalized recognizer is available on all Windows 7–based PCs, automatic learning is available only on Tablet PCs (including Ultra-Mobile PCs), so if you visit this location on a non-Tablet PC, you'll see a message to that effect, and the Automatic Learning section of the Handwriting Recognition tab is grayed out.
Using Tablet PCs and Ultra-Mobile PCs : Using a Tablet PC (part 1) - Configuring Tablet PC Features - Using Tablet PC Settings
If you're used to how these features are configured in Windows Vista, you'll need to get reoriented because Microsoft has moved items around fairly dramatically.
Using Tablet PCs and Ultra-Mobile PCs : A Short History of the Tablet PC
In mid-2002, Microsoft released the first version of Windows XP that was specifically targeted at a new generation of pen-based notebook computers called Tablet PCs.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Using the Resource Sheet View
One of the most effective and commonly used views for manually entering basic resource information is the Resource Sheet view. The Resource Sheet enables you to see many resources on the screen at once.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Understanding How Project Uses Resources and Costs
Resources are the people, facilities, materials, and equipment that are assigned to work on a task of a project. Although it is possible to create a schedule in Microsoft Project without assigning resources to the tasks, it is not recommended.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Finding Unmatched Records
When two tables are in a one-to-many relationship, you can create a Find Unmatched Records query to identify any records in the table on the "one" side that have no corresponding records in the table on the "many" side.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Finding Duplicate Records
If all orders for a month are recorded in the same table, you could create a Find Duplicates query to locate CustomerID values that occur more than once in the table.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Viewing Message Participant Information
The detailed People Pane is available for all types of e-mail accounts. The images in this book depict the People Pane for an Exchange account. The People Pane for a POP3 account is identical except that the tabs are labeled with icons only rather than icons and words.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Configuring Reading Pane Behavior
You will frequently read and work with messages and other Outlook items in the Reading Pane. You can display the Reading Pane to the right of or below the module content pane.
Deep Dive: Windows Home Server Features (part 2) - Remote Access
Windows Home Server includes a superset of this functionality, and it does so at no additional or annual cost. Thanks to the Windows Home Server remote access features, you can access the home server as well as most connected PCs in your home network using a simple and effective Web interface.
Deep Dive: Windows Home Server Features (part 1) - PC Backup and Restore, Document and Media Sharing
Windows 7 features the Backup and Restore control panel, for image-based backup of the entire PC as well as more typical file backup. Windows 7 also includes Previous Versions, a way to retrieve older versions of documents and other files directly from the file system, as well as tools such as System Restore.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Containers and Lists (part 2) - Lists
Lists are special container shapes that keep members stacked together in a single column or row. What’s great about lists is that you can drag member shapes up or down in the order, and the other shapes automatically rearrange themselves in the list.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Containers and Lists (part 1) - Containers
Containers are special shapes designed to visually group other shapes together and to make it easy for you to maintain these relationships. Container shapes consist of a rectangular region where member shapes are contained, plus a title area called a header.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating rule set reports - Getting the XSL stylesheet
The XSL template returned by this method can be saved as a file, say RuleSets.xslt, and can be used to transform the rule sets in any Visio document saved in XML format. The output will be a rule set report in HTML.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Queries to Calculate Values & Creating a Parameter Query
To select fields from other tables for use in a calculation, double-click the Tables icon in the left pane of the Expression Builder, double-click the table with the target field, and then double-click the field name in the center pane.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Criteria to Focus Query Results & Introducing Operators
It’s unlikely that you’ll want your query to find every record in a table—if you did, you could just open the table and not bother with the query! To limit the records a query locates, such as finding customers only in Germany, you can add criteria to the fields in the Query design grid.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Changing Summary Calculations, Showing and Hiding Data Items, Sorting Your Pivot Table
In a pivot table, however, the sorting persists. If new data is introduced to a sorted pivot table, the new value is automatically sorted and based on the sort rules you implement. There is no need to reapply the sort.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Changing the Pivot Table Layout, Customizing Field Names & Applying Numeric Formats to Data Fields
You cannot rename a pivot field to the same name used in your source table. To get around this, you can name the field and add a space to the end of the name.
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.
Windows 7 User Mode Drivers Overview and Operation : Driver Callback Interfaces, UMDF Driver Features
The driver implements callback interfaces to provide device-specific responses to events. Each callback interface is implemented on a specific object type.
Windows 7 User Mode Drivers Overview and Operation : Devices Supported in User Mode & UMDF Model Overview
A UMDF driver runs in a driver host process that also hosts UMDF and a run-time environment. Each such driver operates as part of a stack of drivers that manage a device. The User Mode Drivers are loaded above the Kernel Mode Drivers at the top of the stack.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up a Project Budget - Reviewing Cost Information
In this section, you'll learn how to review total planned costs for all project tasks. By extension, you get a handy forecast of your overall project costs. You'll also learn how to review planned costs for tasks, resources, and assignments, so you can analyze costs at the level of granularity you need.
 
 
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