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Troubleshooting and Recovering from Disaster : Using System Restore to Repair Windows
System Restore debuted back in Windows Millennium Edition (Me, which we're all still trying to forget) and it has proven itself to be a life saver over the years. This feature carries forward in slightly improved form in Windows 7.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Editing Existing Hyperlinks & Adding Multiple Hyperlinks
You can change the hyperlink destination for any existing link by clicking the Browse button to the right of the Address text box whenever you have the Hyperlinks dialog box open.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Setting the Hyperlink Base
One additional factor affects relative links in Visio: each Visio drawing has a property called the hyperlink base that is blank by default.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Finding Tagged Notes, Color-Coding Notebooks, Sections, and Pages
Color-code notebooks, sections, and pages to make it easier to recognize and find notes. For example, to distinguish notes pertaining to a specific project, make pages where those notes are kept green.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Customizing Tags
OneNote doesn’t update existing tags when you modify a tag. If you change the symbol in a tag, the old symbol remains on notes you previously tagged.
Customizing Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating Custom Fields
Custom fields can be used to add information to your project that isn’t captured using the default fields that come with Project 2010.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Sharing Data with Others
The timeline is new to Project 2010 and provides a highly visual way to share project information. After setting the timeline up with the information you want to share, you can easily copy it for pasting in another application.
Designing a Zero-Touch Deployment (part 2) - Deploying ZTI Task Sequences to Target Computers
SCCM 2007 is a highly scalable application that you can use to manage hundreds or thousands of computers all over an enterprise network. To deploy software to computers at different sites, SCCM uses distribution points.
Designing a Zero-Touch Deployment (part 1) - Using System Center Configuration Manager & Creating Task Sequences Using SCCM
LTI and ZTI deployments use some of the same terminology for their components, such as packages and task sequences, but the terms do not always refer to the same elements.
Troubleshooting and Recovering from Disaster : Using the Windows Recovery Environment
In Windows 7, Microsoft turns it up to 11 by preinstalling Windows RE right on the PC's system disk. So anytime there's a problem, you can optionally boot into this environment to fix things.
Troubleshooting and Recovering from Disaster : Getting Help with the Problem Steps Recorder
Problem Steps Recorder is hidden in Windows 7, so you have to know it exists before you can access it. To enable this tool, open the Start menu and type problem steps in Start Menu Search
Microsoft OneOnte 2010 : Tagging Notes for Follow Up
The To Do tag has a check box that you can click to mark when a task is complete, and you can create customized tags with check boxes as well.
Microsoft OneOnte 2010 : Moving, Copying, and Merging Pages and Sections
You can also move and copy pages by dragging. To move a page, drag it from the page tabs to a section name in the section tabs or Navigation bar. Hold down the Ctrl key as you drag to copy a page to a different section.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Reporting on Your Project (part 1) - Generating and Customizing a Basic Report
If the basic reports included with Project 2010 don’t contain the information you need and you don’t have the option (or don’t want) to use visual reports, you can create your own basic report.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Reporting on Your Project (part 1) - Generating and Customizing a Visual Report
If the default visual report templates included with Project 2010 don’t include the right data to meet your needs, you can add or remove which fields are included in the report.
Zipping and Packing Files, File and Folder Security
Windows 7 not only comes with more powerful searching tools but more powerful organizational tools as well for sorting and filtering files.
Searching (part 2) - Searching As You Type
Windows 7 not only comes with more powerful searching tools but more powerful organizational tools as well for sorting and filtering files.
Searching (part 1) - Changing Search and Indexing Settings
Your system might have a different search tool installed, such as Google Desktop Search, Yahoo Widgets, or some other brand—those tools will operate differently.
Using Windows Troubleshooting (part 3)
While Microsoft provides a number of built-in troubleshooters in Windows 7, it has also created a platform to which others can add their own Troubleshooter Packs to Windows 7 as well, dramatically expanding the capabilities of the OS
Using Windows Troubleshooting (part 2) - Examining the Troubleshooters
You can troubleshoot issues with media files not appearing in Windows Media Player, which is a pretty obvious issue, but there's also a troubleshooter that returns Windows Media Player to its default settings.
Using Windows Troubleshooting (part 1) - Accessing Windows Troubleshooting & Configuring Windows Troubleshooting
Action Center is a replacement for, and an expansion of, the Windows Security Center feature that first debuted in Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2).
File and PC Backup (part 4) - Restoring the Entire PC & Recovering Old Versions of Data Files
Previous Versions is yet another Windows 7 reliability feature that requires certain Windows 7 product editions. Previous Versions is available on Windows 7 Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions only; users with Windows 7 Home Basic and Home Premium need not apply.
File and PC Backup (part 3) - Backing Up the Entire PC: System Image
Various solutions use different compression schemes, but you may be interested to know that Windows 7 uses the tried-and-true Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) format that Microsoft also uses in Windows Virtual PC and its server-based Hyper-V virtualization solutions.
File and PC Backup (part 2) - Managing Backups & Restoring Files
You can also manage the disk space used on your backup device. When you click the Manage space link in Backup and Restore, the Manage Windows Backup disk space window will appear, displaying information about the currently selected backup device.
File and PC Backup (part 1) - Backing Up Documents, Pictures, and Other Data
Microsoft does not allow you to back up to the disk or partition you are backing up. That is, if you are backing up data from the C: drive, you cannot save the backup to the C: drive.
Using the Sensor and Location Platform : Obtaining specific sensor information (part 2) - Configuring Geosense for Windows Security & Viewing Location Sensor Activity
Privacy is a concern when using sensors, including the Geosense for Windows sensor. You may be curious as to who is using the sensor on the system.
Using the Sensor and Location Platform : Obtaining specific sensor information (part 1)
An application may begin by performing an inventory of a system looking for particular sensors. However, in order to perform useful work, the application will eventually need to look for a specific sensor.
Using the Sensor and Location Platform : Obtaining a list of sensors
The physical presence of a sensor on your system doesn't mean that Windows will recognize it. As with any piece of hardware, your sensor must come with an accompanying driver. Unfortunately, many vendors haven't released a version of their driver that works with the Windows 7 sensor functionality.
Using the Sensor and Location Platform : Defining the sensor and location devices
Location devices are completely different from sensors. The vast majority of location devices today work on the Global Positioning System (GPS), which is an array of satellites that provides positional information in the form of radio waves.
Using Parallel Programming in Windows 7 : Writing an application that relies on parallel processing
Microsoft recognizes the need to provide simple methods of adding parallelism to applications. Of course, parallelism is a type of multi-threading in that you create multiple threads that execute on separate processors.
Designing a Lite-Touch Deployment (part 3) - Customizing Target Deployments
In fact, there is quite a bit of interaction involved, and performing the entire sequence on hundreds of computers can be nearly as tedious and time-consuming as installing Windows 7 manually.
Designing a Lite-Touch Deployment (part 2) - Deploying Images to Target Computers
Whatever method you use to build and capture your reference computers, the result should be the image files that you want to deploy to your target computers. The basic steps of this final deployment process are almost the same as those for building the reference computer.
Designing a Lite-Touch Deployment (part 1) - Understanding Lite-Touch Deployment Requirements
The majority of the LTI deployment process occurs in a lab environment. It is not until you are ready to actually deploy Windows 7 onto your target workstations that the production network is involved.
Designing a Windows 7 Client Deployment Strategy : Choosing a Deployment Method (part 2) - Evaluating the Infrastructure & Scaling the Client Deployment Process
The Microsoft deployment tools are not mutually exclusive. You can combine them in a variety of ways, depending on the nature of your deployment project.
Designing a Windows 7 Client Deployment Strategy : Choosing a Deployment Method (part 1) - Understanding Deployment Options & Deployment Scenarios
In many deployments, this is the most common scenario. Computer OEMs have to install Windows 7 on hundreds or thousands of new computers, and the more automation they can bring to the process, the better.
Understanding the Windows 7 Deployment Process (part 4) - Using Windows System Image Manager
Windows System Image Manager enables you to create distribution shares and answer files that help to automate the Windows 7 deployment process.
Understanding the Windows 7 Deployment Process (part 3) - Using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010
MDT 2010 supports two deployment models, the Lite-Touch Installation (LTI) and the Zero-Touch Installation (ZTI). As the names imply, an LTI deployment requires a minimal amount of user intervention at the workstation, while the ZTI requires none.
Understanding the Windows 7 Deployment Process (part 2) - Using Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit
The Windows 7 Automated Installation Kit is a collection of tools and documentation that enable you to perform all the tasks essential to a Windows 7 workstation deployment.
Understanding the Windows 7 Deployment Process (part 1) - Windows 7 Deployment Basics & Using Windows Deployment Services
Depending on the number of workstations you have to install, the requirements imposed by your organization, and the tools at your disposal, the process of deploying Windows 7 can be simple or extremely complex.
Configuring Backups and Recovery : Safeguarding Your Computer and Recovering from Disaster & Using Advanced Boot Options
To access the Windows 7 advanced startup options, start or reboot the computer and press the F8 key after the firmware POST process, but before Windows 7 is loaded. This will bring up the Advanced Boot Options menu, which offers numerous options for booting Windows 7.
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 Visio 2010 : Understanding Relative and Absolute Hyperlinks
You may have noticed a Use Relative Path For Hyperlink check box in the Hyperlinks dialog box. If you’re very observant, you may also have noticed that this check box is unavailable if you haven’t yet saved your drawing, but is available and selected by default if your current drawing has been saved.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking to Another Visio Page
It is often helpful to link from a Visio shape on one page to another Visio page, whether the target page is in the same drawing or in a different drawing.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Setting Privacy Options
Privacy options in the Trust Center allow you to set security settings that protect your personal privacy online. For example, the Check Office documents that are from or link to suspicious Web sites option checks for spoofed Web sites and protects you from phishing schemes.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Setting Macro Security Options & Changing Message Bar Security Options
The Message Bar displays security alerts when Office detects potentially unsafe content in an open document. The Message Bar appears below the Ribbon when a potential problem arises.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Displaying Parts of a Table with AutoFilter & Creating Custom Searches
The AutoFilter feature creates a list of the items found in each field, which is useful in tables and PivotTables. You select the items that you want to display in the column field by using the column header list arrow and AutoFilter menu.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Analyzing Worksheet Data - Sorting Data in a Table
You can sort the entire list or use AutoFilter to select the part of the list you want to display in the column. You can also sort a list based on one or more sort fields—fields you select to sort the list.
Windows 7 : Resolving Malware Issues (part 3) - Determining When Your System Is Infected with Malware
As a enterprise support technician, you need to know how to recognize the symptoms of a malware infection on your client computers.
Windows 7 : Resolving Malware Issues (part 2) - Protecting Clients from Spyware with Windows Defender
By default, Windows Defender is configured to download new spyware definitions regularly through Windows Update and then use these definitions to scan for spyware on the local system.
 
 
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