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Creating a Home Network : Setting Up a Wireless Network
There's something about the term "wireless" that makes it seem as though it must be easier than "wired." In truth, wireless networking is quite a bit more complicated terminology-wise. There are lots of buzzwords and acronyms everyone assumes that you already know.
Creating a Home Network : Setting Up a Wired Network with a Router
If your computer connects to the Internet through a residential gateway or router, there won't be an Internet Connection Sharing host. With a residential gateway, you'll likely have an Ethernet hub to which all computers, and the gateway, attach.
Creating a Home Network : Setting Up a Wired Network with an ICS Host
With all your hardware in place, and your ICS host online, you're ready to start setting up the ICS host. Go to the computer to which the modem is directly connected and log in to a user account that has administrative privileges.
Creating a Home Network : Creating a Wired LAN, Creating a Wireless LAN
Wireless networking reigns supreme when it comes to convenience and ease of use. As the name implies, with wireless networks you don't have to run any cables. Plus, no computer is tied down to any one cable.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up a Project Budget - Assigning Accounting Codes
Sometimes it takes more than a handful of chocolate-covered peanuts to keep the accountants happy. Project data that maps to the organization's accounting codes may be just the ticket.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up a Project Budget - Setting the Project Fiscal Year
You can set the fiscal year for a project, whether it's the one your own company uses or that of the project customer's organization. Whether the fiscal year starts in January, July, or October, a project fiscal year can make working with financial accounting departments much simpler.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up a Project Budget - Reducing Project Costs
This section discusses each of these cost-cutting techniques. However, if these methods aren't enough to solve your budget crisis, it's time to take a hard look at the budget itself and propose a change to the project budget, scope, or schedule.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Incorporating Motion Video - Placing a Video on a Slide
Just as with audio clips, you can place a video clip on a slide using the Clip Organizer, or do so directly by inserting from a file or pasting from another application.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Incorporating Motion Video - Understanding Video Types
Three cheers for Microsoft for increasing the number of video file types that PowerPoint supports! Presentation developers have long been frustrated by PowerPoint's inability to accept certain file formats, but that problem is largely in the past now. PowerPoint 2010 supports the formats listed in Table 1.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Using Names To Simplify References, Inserting Formulas into Tables
It can be difficult to remember what cell you have a specific entry in, such as a tax rate, when you’re writing a formula. And if the cell you need to reference is on another sheet, you have to be very careful writing out the reference properly, or you must use the mouse to go to the sheet and select the cell.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Copying a Formula, Formula Operators
Excel evaluates a formula in a particular order if it contains many calculations. Instead of calculating from left to right like a calculator, Excel performs certain types of calculations, such as multiplication, before other calculations, such as addition.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Proofing a Document - Finding and Replacing Text
One of the most common mistakes in writing is to use one word when you actually meant to use another. For example, you might use “Tim” throughout a document when you should be referring to “Tom.” Or you might repeatedly mistype a word—such as typing “fine” instead of “find.” Word’s spelling or grammar checker may not always pick up such mistakes.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Checking Your Spelling and Grammar
If spelling and grammar weren’t your favorite subjects in school, you can still get by with a little help from your computer. Word’s built-in spelling and grammar checkers can help you catch potential errors and fix them before anyone else sees your document.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Finding and Managing Shapes (part 3)
All this talk of editing and managing shapes and stencils might have you dreaming up your own custom libraries of shapes. So let’s go over the basic steps for creating a new stencil with a new master.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Finding and Managing Shapes (part 2) - Searching for Shapes
If you’re not in the mood for painstakingly browsing each of Visio’s stencils to find just the shape you need, try searching instead! The Search for Shapes text box atop the Shapes window will help you do this.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Finding and Managing Shapes (part 1) - Navigating the Shapes Window, Opening Other Stencils
Regardless of the template you start with, you can always open additional stencils. You can open Visio-supplied stencils or stencils that you have saved elsewhere on your hard drive.
Managing Windows 7 : Adding or Deleting User Accounts
If you're a member of the Administrator group or if you can authorize administrative permission, you can grant other people access to the computer by creating new user accounts and specifying what type of access the new users will be allowed. To keep things tidy, you can also delete user accounts that are no longer being used.
Managing Windows 7 : Changing Indexing Options, Managing Your Credentials
When you're not using all the resources of your computer, Windows will jump in and search your common files and folders to create an index of the folders and the file names and their contents. This index is then used to speed up your searches.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Comparing Costs to Your Budget (part 3) - Associate Resources with Their Budget Type, Compare Budget Resource Values
Creating budget resources and entering target budget amounts for them in the project summary task is all well and good, but it's only one side of the equation. You must also set up the other side: the resource costs you want to compare against the budget.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Comparing Costs to Your Budget (part 2) - Enter Budget Cost and Work Values
With budget resources assigned to the project summary task, you're finally ready to add budget cost amounts for cost resources, budget work amounts for work resources, and the total number of units for material resources.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Comparing Costs to Your Budget (part 1) - Create and Designate Budget Resources, Assign Budget Resources to the Project Summary Task
Creating budget resources is the first step in the budget resource process. Your budget resources should correspond with the budget line items you want to track in your project, for example line items that the accounting department uses.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Working with Tasks - Adding a Task
Tasks can be added to your Tasks folder in one of two ways: You can create the task yourself or accept a task that someone else assigns to you. If you create the task yourself, you can create it by using the New Items button on the Home tab for any folder, or you can create it through the Tasks folder.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Working with Tasks - Viewing Your Tasks
Outlook includes a Tasks folder that you can use to store your tasks and tasks that you assign to others. The Tasks folder offers a handful of ways to view and work with your tasks, including the Daily Task List that appears at the bottom of the Calendar, and the Tasks List in the To-Do Bar.
Managing Windows 7 : Managing Windows Arrangements, Changing Search Options
These features are called Aero Snap and Aero Shake. With Aero Snap, you can resize a window by dragging it to the left or the right edge of the screen to resize it so that it takes up half the screen, dragging it upward to maximize it, or dragging it downward to restore a maximized window.
Managing Windows 7 : Changing the Date and Time, Changing the Display
Windows 7 and your computer keep track of the date and time, using commonly accepted formats to display them. In most cases, your computer routinely checks the date and time over the Internet.
Customizing OneNote 2010 : Customizing the Ribbon (part 1)
You can also reset only the customizations you made to a particular tab on the ribbon. Select a tab name on the right side of the Customize the Ribbon window, click the Reset button, and choose Reset Only Selected Ribbon tab (or right-click the tab name and choose Reset Tab).
Customizing OneNote 2010 : Customizing the Ribbon (part 1)
The ribbon is the stretch of ground across the top of the OneNote screen. It is composed of different tabs; on each tab are commands divided into groups. To undertake a task, you click a tab on the ribbon, look for the group with the commands you need, and choose commands.
Customizing OneNote 2010 : Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
For your convenience, the Quick Access toolbar appears in the upper-left corner of the screen no matter where you go in OneNote. This toolbar offers a handful of useful buttons you can click: Back, Undo, Dock to Desktop, and Full Page View. Because these commands are on the Quick Access toolbar, they are always available.
Troubleshooting Hardware and Performance : Dealing with Error Messages, Performing a Clean Boot, Using the System Recovery Options
The biggest problem with hardware errors is that even a tiny error can have seemingly catastrophic results, like suddenly shutting down the system and making it difficult to get the system started again. Clean booting can also help with software problems that prevent the computer from starting normally or cause frequent errors.
Troubleshooting Hardware and Performance : First Aid for Troubleshooting Hardware
Whenever you have a hardware problem that's causing a device to misbehave or just not work at all, finding an updated driver will usually be your best bet. But even before you do that, you might want to try Windows built-in Troubleshooting tools to see if they can resolve the problem.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Relationships Between Tables
It is possible to add a table more than once: make sure you click the name of the table you want to add! Nothing bad happens, but you won’t have added the tables you want to work with.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Relationships Explained, Enforcing Referential Integrity
When you create a relationship between two tables, you need to make sure that data in the two tables remains consistent. If you no longer order from a supplier, you would want all products from that supplier deleted from the Products table when you delete the supplier’s data from the Suppliers table. Enforcing referential integrity lets you do that.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Common Stop Messages (part 4)
The Stop 0xD1 message indicates that the system attempted to access pageable memory using a kernel process IRQL that was too high. Drivers that have used improper addresses typically cause this error.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Common Stop Messages (part 3)
The Stop 0x7B message indicates that Windows has lost access to the system partition or boot volume during the startup process. Installing incorrect device drivers when installing or upgrading storage adapter hardware typically causes Stop 0x7B errors. Stop 0x7B errors could also indicate a possible virus infection.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Common Stop Messages (part 2)
The Stop 0x50 message indicates that requested data was not in memory. The system generates an exception error when using a reference to an invalid system memory address.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Common Stop Messages (part 1)
The Stop 0xA message indicates that a kernel-mode process or driver attempted to access a memory location to which it did not have permission or at a kernel IRQL that was too high.
Troubleshooting Stop Messages : Being Prepared for Stop Errors, Stop Message Checklist
Stop messages provide diagnostic information, such as Stop codes and driver names, that you can use to resolve the problem. However, this information disappears when you restart your computer.
Your Life in Sync—Windows 7 and Live Services : Beyond Windows Live: The Mesh
While the name Windows Live can and should suggest a connection with Windows, Microsoft is busy creating a number of other online services and products that it has branded in a curious number of ways.
Windows Live Services That Make Windows 7 Better (part 5) - Windows Live Essentials
Windows Live Essentials also includes Windows Live Toolbar, an Internet Explorer add-on that makes it easy to access Windows Live services from your favorite browser; Windows Live Family Safety, a parental controls solution that augments and improves the built-in Windows 7 parental controls feature; Microsoft Office Live Add-in, a plug-in for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 that enables users to access Windows Live Mail, Calendar, and People from that popular productivity application; and Silver
Windows Live Services That Make Windows 7 Better (part 4) - Windows Live SkyDrive, Windows Live FrameIt, Windows Live Groups
Integration with other Windows Live services means you can very easily create a folder full of files, for example, which is shared only with specific people in your Windows Live Contacts database. Beyond that, you can also configure individual users as readers or editors, enabling you to specify who can optionally add and change files as well.
Windows Live Services That Make Windows 7 Better (part 3) - Windows Live Photos, Windows Live Spaces, Windows Live Events
Microsoft's original approach to photo sharing was to integrate this functionality into the Windows Live Spaces blogging service (see below), because most people who want to share photos electronically do so via blogs and personal Web sites.
Windows Live Services That Make Windows 7 Better (part 2)
For hundreds of millions of people worldwide, Hotmail is a big part of what it means to be online, connected, and communicating with other people. Of course, Hotmail also accommodates the various ways and places in which people now want to access e-mail. T
Windows Live Services That Make Windows 7 Better (part 1)
Microsoft promotes its Windows Live offerings specifically as value-added services that enhance your Windows 7 experience with free, familiar, and secure ways to connect and share with others.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Getting Data from Other Access 2010 Tables
Many times you find that data from another database would be nice to have in the database you’re working on. You can bring tables (or other objects) into your database using the controls on the External Data tab.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating a New Table Using Application Parts, Setting a Primary Key
Access 2010 enables you to create databases and fields using templates. One new capability in Access 2010, Application Parts, enables you to create a table and several related forms, queries, and reports that display and summarize the data from that table.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Organizing and Annotating Diagrams - Markup & Review
If you have a living document for which several people need to give input, the markup and review features will be of interest, particularly comments, markup, and ink. Visio’s reviewing capabilities aren’t as powerful or fluid as Word’s, but you might still find them useful.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Organizing and Annotating Diagrams - Layers
You can add organization to your Visio documents by using layers to categorize shapes. A layer is a named category to which any number of shapes can be assigned.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 5) - Animating Parts of a Chart, Animation Tips
Motion paths enable you to make an object fly onto or off of the slide, and also make it fly around on the slide in a particular motion path! For example, suppose you are showing a map on a slide, and you want to graphically illustrate the route that you took when traveling in that country.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 4) - Working with Motion Paths
Motion paths enable you to make an object fly onto or off of the slide, and also make it fly around on the slide in a particular motion path! For example, suppose you are showing a map on a slide, and you want to graphically illustrate the route that you took when traveling in that country.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 3) - Setting Animation Event Triggers, Associating Sounds with Animations, Making an Object Appear Differently after Animation
If you want an animation effect to occur only when you click something in particular, you can use a trigger to specify this condition. For example, you may have three bullet points on a list, and three photos. If you want each bullet point to appear when you click its corresponding photo, you can animate each bullet point with the graphic object as its trigger.
 
 
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