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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 2) - Special Options for Text Animation
For starters, you can choose the grouping that you want to animate. For example, suppose that you have three levels of bullets in the text box, and you want them to be animated with each second-level bullet appearing separately.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 1) - Choosing an Animation Effect
Different effect categories have different choices. For example, the Emphasis category, in addition to providing movement-based effects, also has effects that change the color, background, or other attributes of the object.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Assigning Transitions to Slides
Transitions determine how you get from slide A to slide B. Back in the old slide projector days, there was only one transition: the old slide was pushed out, and the new slide dropped into place.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Entering a Formula
Entering a basic formula is straightforward. Select the cell, enter an equal sign, type in the formula, and press Enter. Typing the formula is very similar to entering an equation on a calculator, with one exception.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - The Importance of Laying Data Out Properly, Formulas Versus Values
Except for when using certain functions, such as VLOOKUP, Excel doesn’t really care how you lay out your data. For example, you can lay out your data as shown in Figure 1, with dates across the top.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Viewing a Document’s Statistics, Evaluating a Document’s Readability
Ever wonder how many words you’ve written so far? Word makes it easy to check statistics like word count, character count (including blank spaces), the number of lines in a document, and so on.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Outlines - Creating a Multilevel List
You worked with a single-level numbered list, such as Item 1, Item 2, and Item 3. A multilevel list shows the list items at different levels rather than at one level.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Defining Project Resources - Using the Task Form View to Add Additional Resources
One of the most popular views for assigning resources is the Gantt Chart view with the Task Form view in the bottom pane. You can also add resources in that view by using the resource details in the lower pane.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Defining Project Resources - Defining Resource Costs
There are three cost measures you can associate with a resource. The Standard Rate is used for work completed during normal working hours. The Overtime Rate is used for work completed during overtime hours.
Conquering Malicious Software : Using Antivirus Software
Windows Defender helps to protect your computer from spyware and other malicious software. But it doesn't protect against all viruses. For virus protection, you need a third-party program (a program that doesn't come free with Windows 7). The Windows Action Center can detect some (but not all) antivirus programs.
Using Micrsosft Outlook 2010 with SharePoint and OCS : Communicating with Others from Outlook
Outlook isn’t just for e-mail. It provides other features for communicating with coworkers and friends, particularly if you have Office Communicator or one of the other compatible instant messaging systems. With presence information turned on, you can easily initiate a chat session or voice call with a contact.
Using Micrsosft Outlook 2010 with SharePoint and OCS : Using the People Pane, Viewing Online Status
Outlook 2010 lets you see online presence information about other users; it uses information from Office Communicator, Windows Live Messenger, MSN Messenger, or Windows Messenger.
Using Micrsosft Outlook 2010 with SharePoint and OCS : Using SharePoint Document Libraries in Outlook
SharePoint calendars and contacts are particular types of lists in SharePoint. You can connect other types of lists to Outlook, as well. For example, you can connect a document library to Outlook. When you do so, Outlook creates a cached local copy of the documents on your computer.
Using OneNote with Other Programs : OneNote Integration with PowerPoint
Though PowerPoint 2010 is not as tightly integrated with OneNote as Word and Outlook are, there’s nevertheless a handy tip I wanted to share with you for printing PowerPoint presentations to OneNote.
Using OneNote with Other Programs : OneNote Integration with Outlook (part 2)
If you have personal messages which contain important information that you don’t want to lose when the message is deleted by your administrator, you can send such messages to OneNote, where they will not expire. In addition, by storing selected Outlook e-mail messages in your notebooks, you can use OneNote’s Instant Search to find specific information in the messages.
Using OneNote with Other Programs : OneNote Integration with Outlook (part 1)
At the location of your cursor, OneNote will insert all available meeting details in an easy-to-skim table. You can delete any information that you don’t want or need to keep as part of your notes. Similarly, you can delete the names of people who were invited but didn’t attend.
Using OneNote with Other Programs : OneNote Integration with Word
As a tool for giving life to ideas and plans, I find OneNote to be without equal. However, there might be times when you need to present the information in your notes to someone else in a more formal manner, such as a report for your boss or a paper for a teacher.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Organizing and Annotating Diagrams - Inserting Fields into Shape Text
Text on Visio shapes can be linked to dynamic information as well. Using the Field button on the Insert tab, you can add dynamic fields to a shape’s text block.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Organizing and Annotating Diagrams - ScreenTips on Shapes, Headers and Footers
Visio ScreenTips offer a simple and clandestine way to add comments to your shapes. ScreenTips are just like ToolTips that you see everywhere in Windows when your mouse stops moving over some bit of the user interface.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating a New Table by Typing, Creating a New Table Using a Template
When you create a field by typing, Access 2010 defines the table’s first field as a sequentially numbered field named ID, which serves as the table’s primary key field. It’s a good idea to leave the field in the table, but you should rename it to something more descriptive so you can identify it if you use it as a foreign key.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Databases Using Database Templates, Creating a New Table in Design View
Creating a database table that doesn’t include a primary key field makes it difficult to get data out of your table by using queries and in relationships with other tables. You should always have a primary key field in every table you create.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Building a Presentation Outline - Working with Outline Contents
Once you enter your contents in your outline and demote and promote headings to create an outline structure, you might want to work with the outline contents in various ways.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Building a Presentation Outline - Adding Text in the Outline Tab
One of the benefits of the Outline tab is that it provides a fast way for you to enter text without having to deal with placeholders or graphics. After you enter the title, adding text to the outline consists of pressing Enter to create a new entry in the outline and then entering the text, which appears at the same outline level as the line before.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Understanding the Relationship of the Outline to Slides, Working with the Outline
Different slide layouts contain different placeholders, such as title, subtitle, text, and content placeholders. You can enter text in the placeholders on a slide or in the Outline tab of the Slides/Outline pane.
The Process of Troubleshooting Network Problems (part 5)
Wireless networks are now very common. However, users often have problems connecting to wireless networks, because these networks are more complex than wired networks.
The Process of Troubleshooting Network Problems (part 4) - How to Troubleshoot Joining or Logging on to a Domain
Administrators often encounter problems when joining a computer running Windows to an AD DS domain. Additionally, users might receive error messages about domain controllers being unavailable when trying to log on to their computer with a domain account.
The Process of Troubleshooting Network Problems (part 3) - How to Troubleshoot Name Resolution Problems, How to Troubleshoot Performance Problems and Intermittent Connectivity Issues
When your network is working properly, look up the IP addresses of several different computers, including computers on your subnet, other subnets on your intranet, and computers on the Internet. Test the IP addresses to verify that they respond to Ping requests. Keep this list available so that you can use the IP addresses to test for network connectivity without relying on name resolution.
The Process of Troubleshooting Network Problems (part 2) - How to Troubleshoot Application Connectivity Problems
Sometimes, you might be able to access the network with some applications but not others. For example, you might be able to download your e-mail but not access Web servers.
The Process of Troubleshooting Network Problems (part 1) - How to Troubleshoot Network Connectivity Problems
If you have a network connectivity problem, you will be unable to reach any network resource that can normally be accessed using the failed network. For example, if your Internet connection has failed, you will be unable to access Internet resources, but you might still be able to access resources on your LAN.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Analyzing Data by Using Descriptive Statistics
Experienced business people can tell a lot about numbers just by looking at them to see if they "look right." That is, the sales figures are about where they’re supposed to be for a particular hour, day, or month; the average seems about right; and sales have increased from year to year.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Finding Optimal Solutions by Using Solver
Goal Seek is a great tool for finding out how much you need to change a single input value to generate a desired result from a formula, but it’s of no help if you want to find the best mix of several input values.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Varying Your Data to Get a Desired Result by Using Goal Seek
When you run an organization, you must track how every element performs, both in absolute terms and in relation to other parts of the organization. Just as you might want to reward your employees for maintaining a perfect safety record and keeping down your insurance rates, you might also want to stop carrying products you cannot sell.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Outlines - Working with Master Documents
It doesn’t have to work that way. Word’s Master Document feature offers a system of organization for larger documents. A master document works as a container for smaller subdocuments.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Outlines - Creating a Standard Outline
A GREAT ORGANIZATIONAL TOOL, Word outlines assist you by using major topics (called headings) and subtopics to categorize a task and its subtasks. Most of us work with mental outlines every day. If you were to plan your basic day, you might plan it like this: The major topics would be the places you go that day (work, grocery, dinner), and the subtopics might be what you plan to do at each place.
Using Microsoft OneNote 2010 with Other Programs : OneNote Integration with Internet Explorer
If you use Internet Explorer as your web browser, you can use the integration features that OneNote 2010 offers. If you use a different web browser, these features are not available.
Using Microsoft OneNote 2010 with Other Programs : A Quick Note About Interface Differences, OneNote Integration with Windows
A device driver is a software program that allows your operating system or a software program to “talk” to a device connected to your computer, such as a printer or a scanner. The OneNote print driver can intercept the information other programs send to your printer and, instead of committing the information to paper and ink, print it out electronically on a OneNote page instead.
Conquering Malicious Software : Conquering Spyware with Windows Defender
Most spyware comes from software that you can download for free, such as screen savers, custom toolbars, and file-sharing programs. However, it can also be installed automatically from scripts and programs embedded in Web pages.
Parental Controls and Family Safety : Using Parental Controls from Windows Live
The Windows Live Family Safety add-on adds Web filtering and activity reporting to your toolbox of parental controls. To add these controls to your computer, first make sure you have a Windows Live account. If you don't, you can create one the first time you visit the Web site.
Parental Controls and Family Safety : Using the Built-In Parental Controls
Sometimes you might want to allow your children to use the computer but not use the Internet. For example, they might need to do homework but you don't want them on the Web. You can prevent their access to the Internet by blocking Internet Explorer, but I block Internet traffic at the home firewall instead.
Using Shared Resources : Mapping Drive Letters to Shared Folders, Using Shared Media
Even though a mapped network drive shows up as a disk drive in the Computer folder, a shared network resource need not be a disk drive at all. It can be a folder. The term "network drive" just refers to the fact that the shared resource "looks like" a drive, by virtue of the fact that it has a drive letter and icon in your Computer folder.
Using Shared Resources : Transferring Files between Computers, Using a Shared Printer
You can play shared media from a Windows 7 computer on any other Windows 7 computer in the network, and on compatible networked digital media players.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Using SharePoint Contacts in Outlook
If you use Exchange Server, your Global Address List (GAL) lists the people who have mailboxes in your organization and can also include other contacts added by the Exchange Server administrators.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Adding SharePoint Calendars to Outlook
Outlook offers great features for managing your schedule. That it can display and even overlay multiple calendars is very handy for viewing schedules for multiple people or projects.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Organizing and Annotating Diagrams - Callouts
Callouts are blocks of text linked to a graphic via a line or other pointing visual. They are used to annotate diagrams without interrupting the flow of the main visual. A classic callout is the word balloon that you see in comics to indicate speech.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Organizing and Annotating Diagrams - Groups
Another way to keep related shapes together is to group them. Containers and lists are brand new in Visio 2010, but groups have been around since Visio’s inception.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating Support Materials - Printing an Outline, Exporting Handouts or Notes Pages to Word
One of the drawbacks to PowerPoint is that the notes and handouts pages cannot be fully formatted. There's a lot you can't do with them — such as set margins, or change the sizes of the slide images for handouts.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating Speaker Notes
Speaker notes are like handouts, but for you. Only one printout format is available for them: the Notes Pages layout. It consists of the slide on the top half (the same size as in the two-slides-per-page handout) with the blank space below it for your notes to yourself.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Using the Resource Fields to Define Resource Details (part 3) - Specifying the Resource Working Time
You can edit a resource calendar from the Change Working Time dialog box, although you cannot change the name of the base calendar the resource calendar is linked to from there. Select the Project tab, Change Working Time to display the Change Working Time dialog box, and then use the drop-down list in the For box to select the resource name.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Using the Resource Fields to Define Resource Details (part 2) - Using the Max Units and Resource Availability Table to Specify Resource Availability
Use the Max Units field to enter the maximum number of units that can currently be assigned to tasks at any one time. Project uses the Max Units field to determine when the resource is overallocated (when more units of the resource have been assigned than are available) and when leveling resources.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Using the Resource Fields to Define Resource Details (part 1) - Using the Group Field to Categorize Resources
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