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Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Inspecting Workbooks
While you work on your workbook, Excel automatically saves and manages personal information and hidden data to enable you to create and develop a workbook with other people.
Working in the Background : WORKING WITH THE NETWORK LIST MANAGER
The Network List Manager makes it significantly easier to discover these details about your network. The Network List Manager example shows how to perform this task.
Working in the Background : IMPLEMENTING APPLICATION RESTART AND RECOVERY
The restart and recover features are completely independent. There isn't any reason you can't simply implement a recover mode if so desired. The recovery will simply take place when the user restarts the application at some time in the future.
Working in the Background : PROVIDING POWER MANAGEMENT (part 2) - Detecting a Change in Monitor State
The PowerManager class supports a number of events that help your application react to specific power conditions. For example, the BatteryLifePercentChanged event lets you monitor the battery state and close the application before power runs out.
Working in the Background : PROVIDING POWER MANAGEMENT (part 1) - Getting the Power Management State
An application could start to perform a long task when battery power was low, resulting in lost data, corruption, or other problems in at least a few cases when the battery suddenly decided to fail. Windows 7 makes it possible to monitor the power state so that your application can interact with the host system appropriately.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Customizing Images Using Deployment Image Servicing and Management (part 3) - Servicing the Operating System in an Image , Committing an Image
You can add and remove features and packages from an image. Packages come as cabinet (.cab) files or Microsoft Windows Update Standalone Installer (.msu) files. Table 3 shows common commands you can use to work on packages and features with an offline image.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Customizing Images Using Deployment Image Servicing and Management (part 2) - Mounting an Image , Servicing Drivers in an Image
DISM includes several commands you can use to view, add, and remove drivers within an image. These drivers must use the INF file format. Unfortunately, drivers that are installed as executable files are not supported using these methods.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Customizing Images Using Deployment Image Servicing and Management (part 1) - Viewing Information about an Image with DISM
This output is a lot easier to digest than the ImageX XML output shown earlier. It's interesting to note that the queried install.wim file is about 2.2 GB when stored on a disk. However, it holds the contents of these five installation images, and each of the images will expand to about 8 GB.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Applying an Image Using ImageX
You can use your bootable media with ImageX to apply a captured image to a stand-alone system. The image can be stored and applied from several different locations.
Automating Windows 7 Installation : Capturing an Image Using ImageX
The drive you'll image is almost always the C: drive. However, in some instances where you have dual-boot systems, you may be imaging another drive. The folder where the image will be stored can be on any available system drive that has adequate space, including the drive that you're imaging.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating Web Pages from Visio Drawings (part 4) - Fine-tuning Web Pages and Battling Bugs - Saving a Visio Drawing as a Web Page
If you try search with a web export of the IT Asset Management drawing, however, you encounter problems. Very few searches will be successful, even though you search for data that is in the diagram.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating Web Pages from Visio Drawings (part 3) - Fine-tuning Web Pages and Battling Bugs - Customizing Web Page Output
You can tweak the way your web pages look in many ways...unless you have the Standard edition. Figure 5 contrasts the web export Save As dialogs for Visio Standard and for Visio Pro/Premium at the time of writing.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating Web Pages from Visio Drawings (part 2) - Exploring Visio-Generated Web Pages
After Visio has created web pages from your documents, you’re in for an interesting treat. Visio adds extra controls to the web pages that enable you to do all sorts of interesting things. First, though, you have to jump through a few hoops!
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating Web Pages from Visio Drawings (part 1) - Saving as Web Page
The sample IT Asset Management drawing is a great place to test the web export capabilities. This document has multiple pages, shapes with hyperlinks to those pages, plus many shapes with Shape Data fields.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Sending Visio Files in Email, Saving as PDF or XPS Files
PDF and XPS files are high-quality documents that are essentially read-only because most people don’t have editors for them. They are great for distributing to folks who don’t need to edit your content or who don’t have Visio.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Introducing Data Graphics (part 2) - Creating Data Graphics,Applying Data Graphics to Shapes
Creating your own Data Graphics is a simple process that involves mapping Shape Data fields to Data Graphic items. One issue to keep in mind is which types of data work best with which types of items.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Introducing Data Graphics (part 1) - What Is a Data Graphic?
Each of the pieces is known as a Data Graphic item. A single Data Graphic can be composed of many Data Graphic items, and the items can be located at different positions around the shape. So a Data Graphic is a predefined set of visualizations that bring Shape Data to the surface.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking External Data to Shapes (part 6) - Using Link Data - Linking Data to Shapes Using Link Data
You see this with ID as well. The Light Bulb shapes have no Shape Data field for ID, but it is added automatically when you drag a record from the External Data window onto a shape.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking External Data to Shapes (part 5) - Using Link Data - Preparing a Master for Link Data , Importing Data for Link Data
The External Data window appears beneath the drawing window, filled with familiar data from the Light Bulb Data Excel file. Now you’re ready to link the data to shapes.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking External Data to Shapes (part 4) - Using the Database Wizard - Taking the Data-Linked Light Bulb Shape for a Spin
You can change the data-linking settings for the Light Bulb master at any time. Just start the Database Wizard from the Add-ins menu and follow the screens. The wizard reads your shape, recognizes the settings inside, and presents them to you for modification in each screen.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking External Data to Shapes (part 3) - Using the Database Wizard - Setting Up the Excel File as a Data Source
The trickiest part is remembering the Read Only setting when you set up the data source. This box is checked by default, which means you aren’t able to change values in Shape Data fields and push them back to the database
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking External Data to Shapes (part 3) - Using the Database Wizard - Setting Up the Excel File as a Data Source
You can create and edit data sources outside Visio’s Database Wizard as well. This is useful if you’ve already configured shapes or a drawing to work with a data source but have moved to a machine that doesn’t have the data source yet.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking External Data to Shapes (part 2) - Preparing the Light Bulb Shape for Data Linking
Before you link to the data, you can make a few changes to the light bulb shape that will make life easier later. First, rename the rows so that they match the labels. Second, turn the light bulb into a master shape.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking External Data to Shapes (part 1) - Preparing the Data
Before you start any data linking at all, prepare a data source in the form of a simple Excel spreadsheet. Continue with the light bulb theme by creating a list of bulbs with different characteristics.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Working with Data - Creating Reports (part 3) - Using Reports with Other Documents
After you create a report and get it to look just right, you’ll want to use it in other similar drawings and diagrams. Let’s now take a quick look at one way to port the report to another drawing.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Working with Data - Creating Reports (part 2) - Grouping and Totaling Items in a Report
You’ve just created a nice inventory of the light bulb shapes in your drawing and their associated data, but the report would be more informative if it grouped like items and showed totals. It would also be nice to make it portable, so that you can use it in other drawings.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Working with Data - Creating Reports (part 1) - Introducing the Report Definition Wizard
No matter what kind of drawing you’ve created, after you have shapes with data-filled fields, you might want to create a report. The simple light bulb shapes are a great place to start in getting to know how to do this.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Using Shape Data Fields (part 5) - Shape Data Labels versus Names
Shape Data fields actually have two names. Visio does its best to shield end users from this fact, but you will run into situations in which it helps to understand the nitpicky details.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Using Shape Data Fields (part 4) - Displaying Shape Data in Shape Text
Having data behind shapes is useful if you’re interacting with Visio. But if you need a printout or a quick overview, it’s nice to be able to see the data at a glance.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Using Shape Data Fields (part 3) - Saving Sets of Shape Data Fields
You saw that you can edit Shape Data definitions for multiple shapes by selecting a bunch at once and going to the Define Shape Data window. A better way is to save a set of fields as a Shape Data Set.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Using Shape Data Fields (part 2) - Choosing Shape Data Field Types , Creating Lists and Controlling Formatting
In the Format field, type CF;Halogen;Incandescent;LED;Other. Notice that each item is separated by a semicolon. This is the way you indicate list items for Shape Data fields.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Using Shape Data Fields (part 1) - Adding Simple Data Fields
You can add Shape Data fields to any Visio shape. The fields can hold several different types of data, and you can save sets that you’ve defined and apply them to other shapes all at once.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Working with Data - Introducing Shape Data Fields
Many Visio shapes already contain Shape Data fields, ready and waiting for your data. Whether or not these fields are right for your business, they let you quickly see the kinds of data you can attach to shapes.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - DEVELOPING TRIGGER-START SERVICES (part 7)
Open the Services console in the Administrative Tools folder of the Control Panel. Right-click the Telnet entry and choose Start from the Context menu. The Telnet service will start. Starting the Telnet service opens Port 23.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - DEVELOPING TRIGGER-START SERVICES (part 6)
After you build the service, you need to install it before you can use it. Because this is a trigger-start service, you also need to verify that the service installed correctly. You want to be sure that the service installed as you intended it to install, rather than as a standard service.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - DEVELOPING TRIGGER-START SERVICES (part 5)
At this point, you have a trigger-start service you can use to monitor Telnet utility Port 23. Of course, before you can use Telnet, you need a Telnet server and the proper system setup.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - DEVELOPING TRIGGER-START SERVICES (part 4)
The emphasis of this example is on creating a trigger-start service, so the service code isn't much to look at. In this case, the service code outputs one of two messages to the event log to describe the state of Port 23.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - DEVELOPING TRIGGER-START SERVICES (part 3)
The trigger code appears as part of the TriggerStartServiceInstaller.CS file. To add this code, right-click the TriggerStartServiceInstaller.CS file in Solution Explorer and choose View Code from the Context menu.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - DEVELOPING TRIGGER-START SERVICES (part 2)
The TriggerStartService example begins with a Windows service, so you'll select the Windows Service template in the Windows folder of your favorite language, as shown in Figure 1.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - DEVELOPING TRIGGER-START SERVICES (part 1)
A trigger-start service isn't anything too strange. Don't think of it as an entirely new technology. Rather, it's simply a new way to start the service when needed.
Advanced Windows 7 Programming : Working in the Background - ADVANTAGES OF WORKING IN THE BACKGROUND
Most systems spend the majority of their time working in the background. If you look at the Task Manager display, you'll see that there are more than 60 processes running on any Windows 7 machine, most of them not even started by the user.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Importing Graphics (part 6) - Importing AutoCAD Drawings - Manipulating an Imported AutoCAD Drawing and Adding Furniture
You can crop CAD objects so that only a certain region is visible by using the Crop tool, but you can’t crop the CAD object when it is locked. Return to the CAD Drawing Properties dialog, as you did in the last exercise and unlock its size and position.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Importing Graphics (part 5) - Importing AutoCAD Drawings - Inserting an AutoCAD File
With the CAD object selected, check the size of the object by looking at the status bar. The CAD object is 98ft 9in × 99ft. This size seems reasonable for this office plan, so we just need to change the scale so that it fits the drawing page.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Importing Graphics (part 4) - Adding Excel Charts to Your Diagrams, Importing Vector Graphics
If you have Microsoft Excel 2010 installed on your system, the Chart button appears to the right of the Clip Art button on the Insert tab. This feature enables you to quickly add Excel charts and associated data to your diagram.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Importing Graphics (part 3) - Adding Clip Art to Your Diagrams
You don’t have to leave Visio to access a library of images and vector-based line art. Head over to the Insert tab, click Clip Art in the Illustrations group and you see the Clip Art task pane. This gives you access to a searchable library of quality photos and illustrations which can be added to your diagrams by dragging and dropping.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Importing Graphics (part 2) - Using Images as Shapes in Visio - Handling Bitmaps and Jaggies
Because images are built up from lots of dots, the bigger you make them, the more dots you need so that they print smoothly. You just learned about reducing file size by compressing images. Before you go on an image-reducing binge, consider how the image will be used in your diagrams.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Importing Graphics (part 1) - Using Images as Shapes in Visio - Working with Images
You can bring images into Visio in many ways. You can insert, copy/paste, drag from Windows Explorer, or import using File, Open. Using File, Open or Insert, Illustrations, Picture, brings up an open file dialog that lets you browse to a file.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using Special Shape Features (part 2) - Control Handles , Hyperlinks, Action Tags
Control handles are little yellow diamonds that appear when you select a shape. You use them to adjust graphical bits of a shape. Figure 3 illustrates several ways in which shapes use control handles.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using Special Shape Features (part 1) - Right-Click Actions,Shape Data Fields
Visio shapes are often referred to as SmartShapes because shape designers can add functionality to make them more useful. A lot of these extra goodies go undiscovered, however, because users don’t know where to look.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Working with Text (part 3) - Text Resizing Behavior
A common complaint from Visio users is that “my text is resizing improperly!” This problem stems from the fact that some text is informational and some text is graphical. Figure 6 illustrates the problem.
 
 
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