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Managing Digital Movies (part 3) - Watching and Managing Movies with Windows Media Player,
Most people think of Windows Media Player as a music player, and sure enough, which focuses on digital music and audio. But the truth is, Windows Media Player can also work with video and photo content as well, primarily so that you can synchronize the content with portable media players and share it with other PCs and compatible network devices.)
Managing Digital Movies (part 2) - Watching and Managing Movies with Windows Live Photo Gallery
While the new Videos library is the primary movie management tool in Windows 7, there are other ways in which you can manage videos. Believe it or not, one is Windows Live Photo Gallery.
Managing Digital Movies (part 1) - Managing Digital Movies with the Windows 7 Shell
In Windows 7, finally, the Videos shell location has become a first-class citizen alongside your other commonly accessed user folders, though Microsoft continues to confuse with its folder names.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Sharing and Publishing Diagrams - Publishing Visio Drawings to SharePoint 2010 Visio Services
Publishing Visio drawings to Visio Services on a SharePoint server produces a very different result than using the Save As Web Page feature to publish a website to a SharePoint server.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Sharing and Publishing Diagrams - Saving Visio-Created Websites on a SharePoint Server
Using the Save As Web Page feature to publish a website to a SharePoint server produces a very different result than publishing Visio drawings to Visio Services on a SharePoint server.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Sharing and Publishing Diagrams - Customizing Diagrams Saved as Websites
The option to customize webpage output does not exist in the Standard edition of Visio 2010. Consequently, if you are using Visio Standard 2010, you will not be able to complete this exercise.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Reusing Existing Validation Rules
The flowchart rule set is available to import into any diagram. In addition, if you have other diagrams open that contain rule sets, you will see them listed and can import their rules.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Exporting SharePoint Workflow Diagrams
A workflow is a set of process steps, some or all of which have been automated. For the automated parts of a workflow, documents and files are stored and moved electronically, according to a set of predefined rules, so that they are available to participants as required.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : 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 : 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. By clicking the Back Up All Notebooks Now button, you can manually back up all notebooks on your computer or network.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Creating Subprocesses
As you document, define, and refine a business process, you will typically add more detail and additional steps to your process map. At some point, your map is likely to become unwieldy and difficult to read and maintain.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Understanding BPMN, Creating and Validating BPMN Diagrams
Microsoft provides five stencils with the Visio 2010 BPMN template. The key masters in the first stencil, BPMN Basic Shapes, include the primary Event types described in the previous section, a generic Gateway, and a basic Activity type called a task (see the graphic on the left).
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Understanding Visio Rules , Validating Flowcharts
The diagram validation capabilities of Visio 2010 are built around collections of rules. A Visio rule can check a diagram for a very simple or a very complex condition.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Tracking Progress on Tasks (part 4) - Entering Actual Values for Tasks
A more detailed way to keep your schedule up to date is to record what actually happens for each task in your project. You can record each task’s actual start, finish, work, and duration values.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Tracking Progress on Tasks (part 3) - Entering a Task’s Completion Percentage
After work has begun on a task, you can quickly record its progress as a percentage. When you enter a completion percentage other than 0, Project changes the task’s actual start date to match its scheduled start date.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Tracking Progress on Tasks (part 2) - Tracking a Project as Scheduled
The simplest approach to tracking progress is to report that the actual work is proceeding exactly as planned. For example, if the first month of a five-month project has elapsed and all its tasks have started and finished as scheduled, you can quickly record this in the Update Project dialog box.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Tracking Progress on Tasks (part 1) - Saving a Project Baseline
After developing a project plan, one of a project manager’s most important activities is to record actuals and evaluate project performance. To judge project performance properly, it is helpful to compare it with your original plan.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Median
The median of a group of observations is usually, and somewhat casually, thought of as the middle observation when they are in sorted order. And that’s usually a good way to think of it, even if it’s a little imprecise.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mean (part 3) - Minimizing the Spread - Setting Up the Worksheet for Solver
Solver now iterates through a sequence of values for cell G2. It stops when its internal decision-making rules tell it that it has found a minimum value for cell D13 and that testing more values in cell G2 won’t help.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mean (part 2) - Minimizing the Spread - About Solver, Finding and Installing Solver
Solver is an add-in that comes with Microsoft Excel. You can install it from the factory disc or from the software that you downloaded to put Excel on your computer. Solver helps you backtrack to underlying values when you want them to result in a particular outcome.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mean (part 1) - Understanding Functions, Arguments, and Results
When you’re reading, talking, or thinking about statistics and the word mean comes up, it refers to the total divided by the count. The total of the heights of everyone in your family divided by the number of people in your family.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Visualizing Your Data - Creating Data Graphic Legends
In the preceding exercise, you created a diagram in which the color of the flowchart shapes and the color of an icon signify data values in the shapes. However, there’s no way to tell what each color means.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Visualizing Your Data - Creating New Data Graphics
Your new data graphic will automatically apply color to process shapes based on who is responsible for them, making it very easy to see who does what in the process. The graphic will also use icons to display the risk associated with each step in the process.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Visualizing Your Data - Editing Data Graphics
In this exercise, you will modify the data graphics that you applied in the preceding section. First you will change the placement of one data graphic, and then you will alter the display attributes of several elements within a second data graphic.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Arranging Text in Columns
Newspaper-style columns can give newsletters and brochures a more polished look. You can format an entire document, selected text, or individual sections into columns.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding Page Backgrounds (part 2) - Add or Remove a Page Border , Add Page Color
Shading is a color that fills the background of selected text, paragraphs, or table cells. For more attractive pages, add clips or columns.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding Page Backgrounds (part 1) - Add Borders and Shading
Borders are lines or graphics that appear around a page, paragraph, selected text, or table cells. With borders, you can change the line style, width, and colors, and you can add shadows and 3D effects.
Managing Windows 7 : Helping Each Other - Start the Session, Solve The Problem
Using the Remote Assistance feature, you can contact someone on your network or over the Internet for help. Your friend or coworker can view your computer Desktop, review your system information, and even chat with you to help you figure out what's wrong.
Managing Windows 7 : Troubleshooting Problems - Find a Troubleshooter, Run a Troubleshooter
Windows 7 is filled with troubleshooters—little wizards that analyze a situation and try to provide guidance to help solve problems. If you run into a problem, Windows will often suggest a particular troubleshooter. However, you can choose a troubleshooter and can run it whenever you want.
Managing Windows 7 : Maintaining Your Hard Disk
With time and use, your computer's contents can become a bit disorganized. As the information stored in the computer gets used, moved, copied, added to, or deleted, the computer's hard disk, or drive, can become cluttered with useless or inefficiently organized files.
Managing Windows 7 : Checking the Performance Status of Windows
In order for Windows 7 to be able to use all its features, it demands a lot from your computer. If your computer just isn't performing the way you want it to, try checking to see how the different parts of your computer perform with Windows 7.
Managing Windows 7 : Managing Touch Settings
If your computer has touch capabilities, you can customize the way the computer responds to your touch, and the way windows and programs respond when you pan to scroll the window with your finger.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Inserting Blank Rows (part 2) - Separating Subtotaled Rows for Distributed Files
It’s a bit involved, but a blank row can be inserted between groups in a file that you’re going to distribute. The method involves using a temporary column to hold the space below where a blank row is needed.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Inserting Blank Rows (part 1) - Separating Subtotaled Rows for Print
When subtotals are inserted into a dataset, only one row is added between the groups. The report may appear crunched together for some reviewers (see Figure 1), and they may request that rows be inserted, separating the subtotaled groups from each other. You can insert blank rows into a subtotaled report in two ways.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Sorting Subtotals, Grouping and Outlining
Selected rows and groups can be grouped together manually using the options in Data, Outline, Group. The Expand/Collapse button will be placed below the last row in the selection or to the right of the last column in the selection.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Subtotaling by Multiple Columns
To add subtotals based on multiple columns, as shown in Figure 1, sort the dataset by the desired columns and then apply the subtotals, making sure Replace Current Subtotals is not selected.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Formatting Subtotals, Applying Multiple Subtotal Function Types (part 2) - Combining Multiple Subtotals to One Row
When applying multiple function types, Excel places each subtotal on its own row. There is no built-in option to have the subtotals appear on the same row. But you can manipulate Excel to make this happen by applying a subtotal to a column where you don’t want it, and then manually changing the formula.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Formatting Subtotals, Applying Multiple Subtotal Function Types (part 1)
A dataset can have more than one type of subtotal applied to it—for example, a sum subtotal of one column and a count subtotal of another. Make sure the Replace Current Subtotals option in the Subtotal dialog is deselected so that each subtotal will be applied separately.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Expanding and Collapsing Subtotals, Copying Subtotals
If you hide the data rows, copy the subtotals, and paste them to another sheet, all the data, including the hidden data rows, will appear in the new sheet. To copy and paste only the subtotals, select only the visible cells.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : SUBTOTAL Function, Subtotal Tool
The SUBTOTAL function is very useful, but if you have a large dataset it can be time consuming to insert all the Total rows. When your dataset is large, use the Subtotal tool from the Data tab in the Outline group. This tool will group the sorted data, applying the selected function.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Managing Slides (part 2) - Rearranging Slides
The best way to rearrange slides is to do so in Slide Sorter view. In this view, the slides in your presentation appear in thumbnail view, and you can move them around on the screen to different positions, just as you would manually rearrange pasted-up artwork on a table.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Managing Slides (part 1) - Undoing Mistakes
The Undo command allows you to reverse past actions. For example, you can use it to reverse all of the deletions that you made to your presentation in the preceding section.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Content from External Sources - Inserting New Slides from an Outline
Many people find that they can save a lot of time by copying text or slides from other programs or from other PowerPoint presentations to form the basis of a new presentation. There's no need to reinvent the wheel each time! The following sections look at various ways to bring in content from external sources.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating New Slides (part 2) - Creating a Slide from a Layout, Copying Slides
A slide layout is a layout guide that tells PowerPoint what placeholder boxes to use on a particular slide and where to position them. Although slide layouts can contain placeholders for text, they also contain graphics, charts, tables, and other useful elements.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating New Slides (part 1) - Creating New Slides from the Outline Pane
The Outline pane shows the text from the presentation's slides in a hierarchical tree, with the slide titles at the top level (the slide level) and the various levels of bulleted lists on the slides displaying as subordinate levels.
Mix and Match with Old Windows and Macs : Installing Optional Network Components
Windows 7 comes with some networking features or services that are not used in most networks but can be essential in others. I don’t cover these features in great detail because your network manager will probably install them for you if they’re used on your LAN.
Using Application Deployment Tools : Deploying Applications Using RDS (part 2) - Packaging RemoteApp Applications
After you have designated your applications as RemoteApp programs, you can package them for deployment to your clients. The Remote Desktop Connection client program can provide workstations with an RDS desktop, but not with individual RemoteApp applications.
Using Application Deployment Tools : Deploying Applications Using RDS (part 1) - Deploying RemoteApp Applications
Deploying a full RDS desktop is basically a matter of installing the Remote Desktop Services role on a Windows Server 2008 R2 computer with the Remote Desktop Session Host role service, and then installing the applications you want to share.
Working with E-mail, Contacts, and Events : Add a Signature
In an e-mail message, a signature is a small amount of text that appears at the bottom of the message. Instead of typing this information manually, you can create the signature once and then have Windows Live Mail add the signature automatically to any message you send.
Working with E-mail, Contacts, and Events : Add a File Attachment
If you have a memo, an image, or another document that you want to send to another person, you can attach the document to an e-mail message. The other person can then open the document after he or she receives your message.
 
 
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