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Microsoft Access 2010 : Viewing the Design of a Report
AutoReports are limiting because they create such generic reports. But once you create such a rather-dull, generic report the easy way using the AutoReport feature, you then can begin to make modifications using the Design view.
Microsoft Access 2010 : The AutoReport Feature and the Report Wizard
To help you create reports, Access provides the Report Wizard. The Report Wizard asks questions about the report and then creates the report based on your answers.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Finalizing Your Slide Show - Setting Up a Slide Show
Several variables affect how your slide show runs. For example, you can set up a slide show to be presented by a live speaker or to be browsed by a viewer. You can specify that a show loop continuously or be shown with or without a recorded narration.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Finalizing Your Slide Show - Reviewing Your Presentation
When you finish adding the last sentence of text and final graphic object to your presentation, you’re not quite done. Because your presentation is likely to be displayed on a large screen in front of many people, any error or glitch is likely to undermine the credibility of your message.
Evaluating Applications for Windows 7 Compatibility : Application Compatibility
Most organizations around the world were heavily invested in Windows XP for many years by the time Windows Vista was released. Application developers were producing products just for Windows XP. Driver developers often only considered Windows XP.
Using Wireless Bluetooth Devices : Adding Bluetooth-Enabled Devices
Many different types of Bluetooth devices are available on the market. Most have some means of making the device discoverable (visible) to other devices. Whether or not you have to make your PC discoverable to install a device depends on the type of installation you're about to perform.
Using Wireless Bluetooth Devices : Configuring Your Bluetooth Adapter
If you plan to share a single Internet account among several computers or Bluetooth devices, you should install your first Bluetooth USB adapter in the computer that connects directly to the modem or router. That will give other Bluetooth devices that you add later easy access to the Internet through that computer's Internet connection.
Deploying Applications Using Group Policy and SCCM 2007 : Deploying Applications Using SCCM 2007 (part 2)
For the package you created to be accessible to clients, you must copy it to at least one distribution point. The computer on which you have SCCM installed is a distribution point by default, and you can add the package to any other distribution points you have added using the New Site System Server Wizard.
Deploying Applications Using Group Policy and SCCM 2007 : Deploying Applications Using SCCM 2007 (part 1)
The basic process of deploying applications—or any software—using SCCM 2007 is the same as that for an operating system: you create a package containing the software and advertise it to a collection of computers. The computers receive the advertisement, through the SCCM client, and execute the instructions in the package.
Deploying Applications Using Group Policy and SCCM 2007 : Creating Software Installation Policies
When planning a Group Policy application deployment, you must review your organization’s software requirements and compare them to your AD DS organizational structure and your available Group Policy Objects (GPOs).
Deploying Applications Using Group Policy and SCCM 2007 : Deploying Applications Using Group Policy
Deploying applications using Group Policy has the advantage of requiring no special infrastructure beyond that of AD DS, which most enterprise networks already have.
Programming Drivers for the User Mode Driver Framework : Using the Skeleton Driver as a Basis for Development
The Skeleton driver is designed for use as a basis for UMDF driver development. By customizing the existing code and adding some of your own code, you can create a driver for your specific device.
Programming Drivers for the User Mode Driver Framework : Functions for COM Support
The source file Comsup.cpp supplies code that is required to support COM. It implements methods for the IUnknown and IClassFactory interfaces. This section briefly describes what these methods do, but does not show any of the sample code.
Customizing Windows 7 : Customize the Taskbar
For example, you can unlock the taskbar, which enables you to change the size of the taskbar, such as making the taskbar taller to make the icons appear less crowded. You can also temporarily hide the taskbar to give your programs more room on the desktop.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Troubleshooting Formulas
It can be frustrating to enter a formula and have it either return an incorrect value or an error. An important part of solving the problem is to understand what the error is trying to tell you. After you have an idea of the problem you’re looking for, you can use several tools to look deeper into the error.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Table References in Formulas, Using Array Formulas
It’s hard to imagine, but three keys on your keyboard can turn the right formula into a SUPER formula. Three keys can take 10,000 individual formulas and reduce them to a single formula.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding a Watermark
A watermark is a background effect—some text or a graphic, that prints in a light shade behind your text on your document. You can use a washed out version of your company logo, or you can add text such as SAMPLE, DRAFT, PROPOSAL, or CONFIDENTIAL.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Desktop Publishing Documents - Adding Desktop Publishing Effects
A few simple elements—drop caps, borders, and shading—make your newsletters and brochures look like a professional produced them. A drop cap is the enlarged first letter of a paragraph that provides instant style to a document.
Customizing Windows 7 : Customize the Start Menu
You can personalize how the Start menu looks and operates to suit your style and the way you work. For example, you can turn off the lists of recently used documents and programs for privacy.
Customizing Windows 7 : Change the Windows 7 Color Scheme
You can personalize your copy of Windows 7 by choosing a different color scheme, which Windows 7 applies to the window borders, taskbar, and Start menu.
Customizing Windows 7 : Set the Screen Saver
You can set up Windows 7 to display a screen saver, a moving pattern or series of pictures. The screen saver appears after your computer has been idle for a while.
Customizing Windows 7 : Set Up a Desktop Slide Show
You can add visual interest to your desktop by configuring Windows 7 to display a slide show of images as the desktop background. This means that Windows 7 changes the desktop background automatically at a preset time interval.
Customizing Windows 7 : Change the Desktop Background
Windows 7 comes with more than three dozen desktop background images, which includes scenes of nature, architectural photos, fantasy characters, and more. If none of the built-in desktop backgrounds appeal to you, you can also use one of your own photos as the background.
Customizing Windows 7 : Open the Personalization Window
The Personalization window is one of the most powerful and useful features of Windows 7. With the Personalization window you can change the desktop background, select a new color scheme, set up a screen saver, and more.
Deploying Applications (part 3) - Injecting in a Disk Image, Repackaging Legacy Applications
This section describes how to add applications to deployment shares you build with MDT 2010, and then inject those applications into disk images or install them when deploying the disk image.
Deploying Applications (part 2) - Automating Installation
To achieve a fully automated deployment process, the packages you install must support unattended installation. Many setup programs support /s or /q command-line options for silent or quiet installations; others don't.
Deploying Applications (part 1) - Preparing the Lab, Planning Deployment, Choosing a Deployment Strategy
Most companies share a common goal: create a corporate-standard desktop configuration based on a common image for each operating system version. They want to apply a common image to any desktop in any region at any time and then customize that image quickly to provide services to users.
Maintaining Windows 7 : Restore Backed-Up Files
You can restore a file from a backup if the file is lost because your Windows 7 system crashed, or because the application you used to edit the file had some sort of problem and wrecked the file. You might also need to recover a file if you accidentally overwrote the file or if you deleted it and it was then removed from the Recycle Bin.
Maintaining Windows 7 : Back Up Files
You can use the Windows Backup program to make backup copies of your important files. If a system problem causes you to lose one or more files, you can restore them from the backup.
Maintaining Windows 7 : Check Your Hard Drive for Errors
Because hard drive errors can cause files to become corrupted, which may prevent you from running a program or opening a document, you can use the Check Disk program to look for and fix hard drive errors.
Maintaining Windows 7 : Defragment Your Hard Drive on a Schedule
You can make Windows 7, and your programs, run faster, and your documents open more quickly, by defragmenting your hard drive on a regular schedule.
Maintaining Windows 7 : Delete Unnecessary Files
To free up hard drive space on your computer and keep Windows 7 running efficiently, you can use the Disk Cleanup program to delete files that your system no longer needs.
Maintaining Windows 7 : Check Hard Drive Free Space
You can check how much free space your hard drive has. This is important because if you run out of room on your hard drive, you cannot install more programs or create more documents.
Protecting Windows from Viruses and Spyware : Antimalware Strategy: Defense in Depth (part 4) - User Account Control Options
Experienced computer professionals know it is bad juju to perform casual work on a system using a full-fledged administrator account because it is far too easy to blow things up.
Protecting Windows from Viruses and Spyware : Antimalware Strategy: Defense in Depth (part 3) - Data Execution Prevention
Buffers are fixed-length memory locations used to hold data. They can be adjacent to other memory locations also used to hold data. If a program attempts to write more data into the buffer than will fit, the remaining data can overflow into the adjacent memory location and overwrite its previous contents with malicious code.
Protecting Windows from Viruses and Spyware : Antimalware Strategy: Defense in Depth (part 2) - Windows Defender for Spyware Protection
After spyware gets onto a system, it can be difficult to remove. Let’s assume you have a cousin named Heather who, after admittedly visiting suspicious links on MySpace, is convinced something bad has happened to her computer. Performance has degraded noticeably. Pop-ups abound.
Protecting Windows from Viruses and Spyware : Antimalware Strategy: Defense in Depth (part 1) - Windows Action Center
Software vendors sometimes bundle security software, including antivirus and firewall products, that can install on top of the existing Windows solutions. Overlapping security programs that perform the same function, when installed at the same time, can cause conflicts and unpredictable results.
Managing Windows 7 : Managing Multiple Monitors
Sometimes a single video monitor just isn't enough. If you need a larger-than-usual working area, or if you want to view your Desktop on one screen while other people can see it on a different screen, you can set up multiple monitors to display your Desktop.
Managing Windows 7 : Controlling the Power Options
Different computers have different power-management requirements and abilities. You might want the monitor on your main desktop computer to shut down after a few minutes of idleness, but you might also want the computer itself to "stay awake" constantly.
Managing Windows 7 : Creating a Linked Online ID, Managing Travel Settings
A linked online ID is a way to use your online identity credentials to authenticate access to your account on your computer. You can also link more than one online ID with your account by using different online ID providers
Designing an Update Management Strategy : Updating with System Center Configuration Manager
System Center Configuration Manager is a product available from Microsoft that allows for more sophisticated deployment and management of software updates. System Center Configuration Manager allows you to accomplish the following tasks that are not possible with WSUS
Designing an Update Management Strategy : Configuring an Update Testing Infrastructure, Verifying Update Deployment
One of the simplest ways that you can verify the updates that are installed on local and remote computers running Windows 7 and which are members of the same domain is to manually use the Get-Hotfix Windows PowerShell command.
Zero Touch Installations : Creating and Capturing a Reference Image (part 3) - Advertise the Reference Image Task Sequence, Run the Reference Image Task Sequence
ConfigMgr uses advertisements to tell computers what work they should do and when they should do it. An advertisement links the workload with a collection of computers. You have created a task sequence and now you are going to advertise it to the Operating System Deployment collection.
Zero Touch Installations : Creating and Capturing a Reference Image (part 2) - Install Packages on the Distribution Points, Create a Collection and a Computer Association
ConfigMgr uses collections as a way of targeting actions at computers. A collection can contain one or more computers. The membership is either statically defined or is generated based on a query. This query is done using data in the ConfigMgr database and can be done automatically on a scheduled basis.
Zero Touch Installations : Creating and Capturing a Reference Image (part 1)
There are a number of prerequisite packages (a collection of files shared from a distribution point) that are used during a Configuration Manager task sequence to deploy or capture an operating system. You can create them by hand, but we are going to do this the quick way by letting the Create Microsoft Deployment Task Sequence Wizard do the work for us.
Preparing and Configuring Boot Images (part 2) - Adding Drivers to a Boot Image
ConfigMgr allows you to do something that will be familiar if you have worked with the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. Drivers can be imported into ConfigMgr and then added to a boot image. The next sections will deal with the process of importing drivers into ConfigMgr and updating the boot images.
Preparing and Configuring Boot Images (part 1) - Creating Boot Images
A boot image is created in the Configuration Manager Console. Drivers are added to allow access to the network and to mass storage controllers. The boot image is shared to existing PCs via a distribution point, which is one of the Site Role Services that was deployed.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Reports to Print Information - Printing a Report
Before you print your report, you can change the report margins, orientation, paper size, and several other important options. You accomplish this using the Page Setup feature.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Reports to Print Information - Opening and Viewing a Report
Microsoft Access provides an excellent means of working with existing reports. You can either send a report directly to the printer or you can first preview a report that you want to work with.
Programming Drivers for the User Mode Driver Framework - Driver Dynamic-Link Library and Exports
Every UMDF driver must support DllMain as the driver’s primary entry point and must export the DllGetClassObject function so that COM can instantiate the driver object. The Skeleton sample defines these functions in the Dllsup.cpp file.
 
 
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