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Microsoft Project 2010 : Defining Task Logic - Manipulating Your Schedule
Microsoft Project is equipped with two key features for manipulating your schedule: the Multiple Undo/Redo feature and the Change Highlighting feature. These features are particularly useful for “modeling” changes or “what-iffing.” They are described in the next two sections.
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.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Marking a Workbook as Read-Only
You can enable editing for a workbook marked as final. Click the Edit Anyway button in the Message Bar or click the File tab, click Info, click the Protect Workbook button, and then click Mark As Final again to toggle off the Mark As Final feature.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Working with Office Safe Modes
Microsoft Office uses two types of safe modes—Automated and User-Initiated—when it encounters a program problem. When you start an Office program, it automatically checks for problems, such as an extension not properly loading.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting External Content Security Options
External content is any content that is connected or linked to a workbook from a potentially unsafe external source, such as images, linked media, hyperlinks, data connections, or templates.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Privacy Options - Set Parental Controls for Online Research
Privacy options in the Trust Center allow you to set security settings that protect your personal privacy online.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Changing Message Bar Security Options - Modify Message Bar Security Options
The Message Bar displays security alerts when Excel detects potentially unsafe content in an open workbook. The Message Bar appears below the Ribbon when a potential problem arises.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Accounting for Project Costs - Accounting for Overtime Spent on Project Tasks
If you know that some of the work on your project will be done as overtime work, you can plan for that overtime work before it actually happens. This enables you to more accurately estimate project costs by including overtime rates for resources during the planning process.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Accounting for Project Costs - Comparing Actual Cost and Work Values with the Project Budget
After work on your project has started, and resources have begun recording the actual work, costs, and other values for tasks in your project, you’ll likely want to check in on how those actual values are comparing with the budgeted values you identified when you were planning the project
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating a Budget for Your Project (part 2) - Adding Values to Budget Resources, Pairing Resources with Budgets
Right now, you have placeholders in your project for each budget in your organization, but we haven’t identified values for those budgets.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating a Budget for Your Project (part 1) - Creating and Assigning Budget Resources
The first step to creating a budget for your project is to create resources that represent each budget category in your organization. For example, your organization may have one budget for training costs and another budget for travel costs.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Enhancing the Queries That You Build - Ordering Query Results, Refining a Query by Using Criteria
When you run a new query, the query output appears in no particular order. Generally, however, you want to order query output. You can do this by using the Sort row of the query design grid.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Enhancing the Queries That You Build - Everything You Need to Know About Query Basics
Creating a basic query is easy because Microsoft has provided a user-friendly, drag-and-drop interface. To start a new query, select Query Design from the Other group of the Create tab of the Ribbon; the Show Table dialog appears.
Using the Windows 7 Libraries : USING THE EXPLORER BROWSER CONTROL (part 2)
The Explorer Browser example doesn't contain a lot of code, yet you can do quite a bit with it because the ExplorerBrowser control provides a lot of functionality by itself.
Using the Windows 7 Libraries : USING THE EXPLORER BROWSER CONTROL (part 1) - Adding the Explorer Browser to Your Toolbox , Configuring the Explorer Browser Example
Explorer Browser is another in a long line of controls that Microsoft has provided for making it easier to create interesting applications using less code.
Using the Windows 7 Libraries : CONSIDERING USER-DEFINED COLLECTIONS
Placing projects, files, pictures, sounds, and other items in this folder means that the user can find them with ease, organize them, search within them, and generally access the things needed to conduct business, without having to consider where the resource is actually located.
Using the Windows 7 Libraries : USING NON-FILESYSTEM CONTAINERS
A number of non-filesystem containers are provided with the KnownFolders class. For example, the KnownFolders.Connections property is a non-filesystem container.
Using the Windows 7 Libraries : WORKING WITH KNOWN FOLDERS
Known folders are essentially those folders that the system already knows about — they're the folders that the system is designed to provide. The KnownFolders class contains a host of these folder listings as individual properties.
Conducting Research in OneNote 2010 : Translating Text
To translate text, OneNote 2010 offers translation services in the Research task pane as well as a little device called the Mini Translator. To translate text with the Mini Translator, all you have to do is select the text, hover the pointer over the text, and read the translation in the Microsoft Translator toolbar.
Conducting Research in OneNote 2010 : Researching a Topic, Customizing the Research Task Pane
Use the Research task pane when you need more information for a note. The Research task pane offers dictionaries, thesauruses, and Internet searching. When you conduct an Internet search, you can click a hyperlink in the Research task pane to open a website in your browser.
Conducting Research in OneNote 2010 : Handling the Research Task Pane
The Research task pane is convenient for conducting all kinds of research, but it has one drawback: it can get in the way. You can, however, open and close the Research task pane very easily. And you can move, resize, and dock it as well with a few simple techniques.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Macro Security Options
A macro allows you to automate frequently used steps or tasks to save time and work more efficiently. Macros are written using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code, which opens the door to hackers to do malicious harm, such as spreading a virus.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting ActiveX Security Options
An ActiveX control provides additional functionality, such as a text box, button, dialog box, or small utility program. ActiveX controls are software code, so hackers can use them to do malicious harm, such as spreading a virus.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Add-in Security Options
An add-in, such as smart tags, extends functionality to Microsoft Office programs. An add-in can add buttons and custom commands to the Ribbon.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Document Related Security Options
For a trusted document, you won’t be prompted the next time you open the document even if new active content was added to the document or changes were made to existing active content.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Selecting Trusted Publishers and Locations
The Trust Center security system continually checks for external potentially unsafe content in your workbooks. Hackers can hide Web beacons in external content—images, linked media, data connections and templates—to gather information about you or cause problems.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Using the Research and Translate Tools (part 3) - Translating Text with the Mini Translator
You remain in Mini Translator mode until you turn it off. To do so, click the Review tab on the ribbon. In the Languages group, click the Translate button. You’ll see that the Mini Translator [English (U.S.)] option appears selected. Click it once again to turn it off.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Using the Research and Translate Tools (part 2) - Translating a Word or Phrase with the Research Pane
Whether you’re reviewing documents and notes from your company’s foreign subsidiaries, or you work with an exchange student at your school, there might be times when you want a quick text translation when working in OneNote.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Using the Research and Translate Tools (part 1) - Setting Options for the Research Task Pane, Searching with the Research Task Pane
If, while taking notes, you suddenly need clarification about something, you can use the Research task pane to look it up without having to switch to your web browser.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Doing Research with Linked Notes (part 2) - Ending a Linked Notes Session, Viewing Linked Notes
If you want OneNote to stop keeping links between the things you type in OneNote and the programs you’re looking at, you can end a linked notes session that you’ve started.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Doing Research with Linked Notes (part 1) - Beginning a Linked Notes Session
The linked notes feature in OneNote is available when viewing a web page in Internet Explorer 8 or later, a Word 2010 document, a PowerPoint 2010 presentation, or any OneNote 2010 notes pages.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Doing Research with Side Notes (part 3) - Moving Side Notes to Your Existing Notes
Imagine you pasted a couple of charts or tables comparing current airfare rates into a side note while doing research online about the best routes and rates for an upcoming trip.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Doing Research with Side Notes (part 2) - Reviewing Side Notes
To exit the Unfiled Notes section and return to the place in OneNote where you were before, click the Back button on the Quick Access Toolbar (see Figure 4).
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Doing Research with Side Notes (part 1) - Creating Side Notes
If you have the OneNote Screen Clipper and Launcher running in your Windows taskbar , you can create a new side note more quickly by using its keyboard shortcut.
Games and Windows 7 : Installing and Playing Third-Party Games
Some games, especially older games, will require a bit of prodding. In some cases, Windows 7 includes compatibility information about certain problematic game titles, and in others you'll need to manually set up the game's shortcut to run in Windows XP or Windows Vista compatibility mode before it will run.
Games and Windows 7 : Using the Games Explorer (part 4) - Managing Your Game Controllers and Other Game-Related Hardware
This is also a handy place for accessing the Windows Device Manager, which can tell you whether you need updated drivers for any of your hardware devices. You'll see Device Manager in the list of options in the Hardware and Sound Control Panel, under Devices and Printers.
Games and Windows 7 : Using the Games Explorer (part 3) - Rating Your System's Performance
In Windows Vista, you could access the Performance Information and Tools directly from the Games Explorer, but this is no longer possible in Windows 7. To access this tool, open the Start menu and type performance in the Search box. You'll see Performance Information and Tools in the search results list that appears.
Games and Windows 7 : Using the Games Explorer (part 2) - Customizing Games Explorer
In addition to the Set up game updates and options window, which is accessible from the Games toolbar menu item, there are a number of ways in which you can configure the Games Explorer in Windows 7.
Games and Windows 7 : Using the Games Explorer (part 1)
Actually, if this is the first time you've opened the Games Explorer, you'll see a slightly different display: Microsoft provides a window with which you can configure various options related to the Games Explorer and the built-in Windows 7 games.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Avoiding Harmful Attacks, Using the Trust Center
Many viruses and other harmful attacks spread through file downloads, attachments in e-mail messages, and data files that have macros, ActiveX controls, add-ins, or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code attached to them.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding a Signature Line
If you prefer a visible signature line instead of an invisible digital signature, you can insert a visible signature line along with a digital certificate of authenticity
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding a Digital Signature
After you’ve finished a workbook, you might consider adding an invisible digital signature—an electronic, secure stamp of authentication on a workbook.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Housecleaning in OneNote - Opening a Backup Copy of a Notebook Section
OneNote keeps backup copies of your notebooks. These backup copies of notebooks are maintained in the form of sections. The sections have the file extension .one.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Housecleaning in OneNote - Backing Up Notebooks Manually, Choosing How to Back Up Notebooks
OneNote backs up all notebooks automatically. However, you can back up a notebook at any time in the Save & Backup area of the OneNote Options dialog box.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding Password Protection to a Workbook
You can assign a password and other security options so that only those who know the password can open the workbook, or to protect the integrity of your workbook as it moves from person to person.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding Security Encryption to a Workbook
File encryption is additional security you can apply to a workbook. File encryption scrambles your password to protect your workbook from unauthorized people from breaking into the file.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Locking or Unlocking Worksheet Cells
To prevent accidental changes to your data, you can lock worksheet cells. When you lock selected cells, you cannot make changes to them until you unlock them.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Protecting a Worksheet - Apply a Password to a Worksheet
To preserve all your hard work—particularly if others use your files—protect it with a password. You can protect a sheet or an entire workbook. In each case, you’ll be asked to supply a password, and then enter it again when you want to work on the file.
 
 
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