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Developing Disk Images : Creating Image Builds
Normally, Deployment Workbench generates catalog files for each operating system you add to the deployment. However, if you base a build on an operating system image that you added from Windows DS, you must manually associate a catalog file with the build, because BDD 2007 doesn’t have a catalog for the image.
Developing Disk Images : Configuring the Lab Distribution Share (part 3) - Adding Packages
Packages include operating system updates and language packs. The Windows Deployment Wizard automatically installs operating system updates during deployment. Users can choose which language packages to install during LTI deployment. You can configure language pack installation for ZTI.
Developing Disk Images : Configuring the Lab Distribution Share (part 2) - Adding Applications
You must add each application to the distribution share that you intend to deploy by using BDD 2007. Deployment Workbench gives you the option to copy the application source files directly into the distribution share, or to just add a reference to the application source files to the distribution share and leave them in their original location.
Developing Disk Images : Configuring the Lab Distribution Share (part 1) - Adding Windows Vista
All Windows Vista editions are in a single image file, Install.wim, which is in the Sources folder on the distribution media. For more information about the Windows Vista distribution media and Install.wim, see the Windows AIK.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Configuring the Data List's Parts
Once you convert the artwork to a data list, the HUD displays a warning message that you need to configure its parts. At a minimum, you need to specify which piece or pieces of the artwork will be used as the repeating item — the item that represents the actual data.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Convert Artwork to a Data List
Data lists are one of the default component types in Catalyst. Converting artwork to a data list requires the same procedure as converting any other artwork: You select the elements that make up the data list and then use the heads-up display (HUD) to convert to the component.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Building a 3D object - Adding a camera
You can view 3D layers from any number of angles and distances using layers called cameras. When you set a camera view for your composition, you look at the layers as though you were looking through that camera.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Building a 3D object - Nesting a 3D composition, Completing the scene
You’re ready to add the 3D Text composition you created earlier. As with the Book composition, you’ll need to select the 3D switch and the Collapse Transformations switch for it to behave as a true 3D object.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Exporting to Flash Catalyst
Flash Catalyst lets you work efficiently with developers who use Adobe Flash Builder™ 4 to create RIAs. Designers use Flash Catalyst to create the functional user experience and then hand off the project file to developers who use Flash Builder to add functionality and integration with servers and services.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Adding a Flex skin
Flex is a free, open source framework for building web applications that behave consistently across different browsers, desktops, and operating systems using Adobe Flash Player or Adobe AIR.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Editing Bitmaps in an Outside Editor
You can edit a bitmap in its native program, such as Photoshop CS5 or Fireworks 3, or some other image editing tool. Once it is re-saved or updated to the hard drive, Flash automatically updates the bitmap back when you return to Flash .
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Multiple Files, Copying Images from Other Programs
Flash allows you to import multiple files simultaneously to save time. This is useful if you have many files to import. You can select multiple, non-sequential files in the Import dialog box.
Developing Disk Images : Capturing Images with BDD 2007, Navigating Deployment Workbench
In BDD 2007, creating an image is essentially a Lite Touch installation (LTI) process (containing applications, language packs, and various customizations), which ends by capturing an image of the destination computer in the lab.
CorelDRAW X5 : Font Etiquette - Using Fonts with Style and Appropriateness
It’s easy for anyone to mistype a word or use fractured grammar in an email message. However, an ad posted on the Web and a sign hanging in a store window for thousands to see is not a use of “relaxed” typography between friends—and it’s hard to retract.
CorelDRAW X5 : Finding and Saving Important Characters
Picture (Pi) fonts, also called Symbols, are terrific for embellishing design work, but locating a specific character within a Pi font isn’t straightforward because your keyboard has letters and not very many symbols; no two font designers agree on a specific mapping for symbol sets, although occasionally there is a progression as you type across your keyboard.
QuarkXPress 8 : Checking spelling (part 2) - Searching and replacing, Exporting text
Sometimes you need to get text out of QuarkXPress—for example, for revisions, translation, backup, or use in different media. You can export selected text or all the text in a story (a series of linked boxes) in popular formats such as Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, HTML, and RTF.
QuarkXPress 8 : Checking spelling (part 1) - Running a spell check, Creating custom spelling dictionaries
For a quicker and more accurate spell check, you can save words specific to your work in a custom spelling dictionary called an auxiliary dictionary. Each project can have one auxiliary dictionary associated with it. Once a project has an auxiliary dictionary, you can enter words into it or add them during spell check.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Managing Pages and Books - Working with Master Pages
When you apply a master page to a document page, all the elements on the master page are attached and displayed on the document page. When you only want a selected number of elements from the master page on a document page, you can override or detach the elements you want.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Managing Pages and Books - Creating Master Pages
A master page holds and displays all the elements that you want to appear on every page in a document, such as headers, logos, page numbers, and footers. The master is like a background layer to a page.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Understanding Appearances (part 2) - Targeting Attributes, Applying Multiple Attributes
Objects that have a single fill and a single stroke are referred to as having a basic appearance. However, vector objects aren’t limited to just one fill and one stroke. In fact, a single object can contain as many fills or strokes that your creative mind craves. An object with more than just one fill or stroke is referred to as having a complex appearance.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Understanding Appearances (part 1) - Understanding Attributes and Stacking Order
When you print a file, you aren’t seeing the vector path; you’re seeing the appearance that was specified for that path. An example of an attribute might be a particular fill or stroke.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Using Java Applets
You can insert a Java applet into an HTML document using Dreamweaver. Java is a programming language that allows the development of lightweight applications (applets) that can be embedded in web pages.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Installing Additional Server Behaviors, Creating Custom Server Behaviors
Dreamweaver provides a very sophisticated tool for creating custom server behaviors, the Server Behavior Builder. With the Server Behavior Builder, you can modify an existing server behavior you've created or create a new one from scratch. You can use the Server Behavior Builder in any server model configuration supported by Dreamweaver.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Fixing Backlit Photos by Adding Fill Light
If you have to deal with a backlit subject (and we all do at one time or another, either intentionally or by accident), then you’re going to love the Fill Light slider.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Letting Camera Raw Auto-Correct Your Photos, Adding Snap to Your Images Using the Clarity Slider
If you’re not quite comfortable with manually adjusting each image, like I mentioned at the end of the last tutorial, Camera Raw does come with a one-click Auto function, which takes a stab at correcting the overall exposure of your image, and at this point in Camera Raw’s evolution, it’s really not that bad.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Building a 3D object - Creating a backdrop for 3D animation
The book and text are both ready for animation. But they need to be animated against a backdrop. You’ll create a two-dimensional environment for the 3D objects in a new composition.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Building a 3D object - Working with 3D text
Just as you can create other 3D objects in After Effects, you can create 3D text. Flat text isn’t as interesting, so you’ll give the text more depth.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Building a 3D object - Working with a null object
A null object is an invisible layer that has all the properties of a visible layer, so that it can be a parent to any layer in the composition. You’ll use a null object to scale the layers of the 3D object down to a more manageable size.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Round-trip editing with Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop
Using the Launch and Edit features of Flash Catalyst, you can modify artwork using the rich editing capabilities of Adobe Illustrator CS5 and Adobe Photoshop CS5. Open the artwork in Illustrator or Photoshop, make changes, and then return to Flash Catalyst.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Applying and removing filters
Flash Catalyst includes a nice collection of graphic filters, such as drop shadows, that you can add to your artwork to give it more depth and style. You can add filters to the artwork you place in the Flash Catalyst artboard.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Fireworks PNG Files
You can import Adobe Fireworks PNG files into Flash as editable objects or bitmap images. When you import a PNG file as a bitmap image, the file, including any vector data, is flattened, or rasterized, and converted to a bitmap.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Bitmaps
You can import bitmaps of several file types directly into Flash to use in your Flash movie. It is important to remember that even though you can edit and resize bitmaps in Flash, the original bitmap will always be embedded in the exported Flash file.
CorelDRAW X5 : Typography Rules and Conventions - Finding the Font You Need
In this age of online transactions, you might find it hard to simply walk into a store and ask a knowledgeable person for a specific font. This is not a problem; fonts are small enough in file size to be downloaded in seconds, you can find the font you need in scores of places, and CorelDRAW X5 has a feature that makes it a snap to identify a font you want to own.
CorelDRAW X5 : Typography Rules and Conventions - Font Families and Font Styles
When beginning a project, it’s usually best to cruise the Installed Fonts drop-down list in CorelDRAW, see what you think is an appropriate typeface choice, find fonts that work harmoniously if you need more than one typeface in the design, and then, if you’re drawing a blank, check out the typefaces you own but have not installed
Configure and Manage Shared Folders : Access Shared Folders from a Windows Vista–Based PC, Access Shared Folders from a Windows XP–Based PC
EFS is a technology that stores data in an encrypted format. EFS doesn’t require anything from you except that you turn it on. Files that are encrypted will be encrypted before saving them to the hard drive, and they will be decrypted when you need to work with them.
Configure and Manage Shared Folders : Understand Security Permissions
The shared folders you’ve created can have one of three basic permissions: Reader, Contributor, and Co-Owner. For a basic home network, these permissions are suitable.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Page Spreads, Rotating Page Spreads
Most documents are either one or two page spreads. A single-page spread displays pages one at a time (top to bottom), while a two-page spread displays pages as facing pages (left and right).
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Deleting Pages, Moving Pages
Moving and arranging pages is a common part of working with multiple page documents. You can simply drag pages in the Pages panel or use the Move Page command on the Options menu.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Document and File Information
You must have a window from the drag-to application open when you start dragging for drag-and-drop to work between programs. If the window is hidden behind other windows, drag to the destination application's taskbar button, pause while the window is displayed, and then drop into the destination window.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Illustrator Documents - Using the Export Command, Placing Art
Adobe Illustrator allows you to export to several file formats. Most of the export formats are bitmap formats such as TIFF and JPEG. You can also export in PDF so that you can read Illustrator documents with Adobe Reader.
Troubleshooting and Recovering from Problems : Recovering from a Problem
Ideally, solving a problem will require a specific tweak to the system: a Registry setting change, a driver upgrade, a program uninstall. But sometimes you need to take more of a “big picture” approach to revert your system to some previous state in the hope that you’ll leap past the problem and get your system working again.
Troubleshooting and Recovering from Problems : General Troubleshooting Tips, More Troubleshooting Tools
Windows Vista comes with new diagnostic tools—together, they’re called the Windows Diagnostic Infrastructure (WDI)—that not only do a better job of finding the source of many common disk, memory, and network problems, but can detect impending failures and alert you to take corrective or mitigating action (such as backing up your files).
Troubleshooting and Recovering from Problems : Troubleshooting Strategies - Determining the Source of a Problem
Unfortunately, most computer ills aren’t resolved so easily. For these more intractable problems, your first order of business is to track down the source of the glitch. This is, at best, a black art, but it can be done if you take a systematic approach.
Recovering from a Problem : Recovering Using System Restore, Recovering Using the Recovery Console
If Windows XP won’t start normally, your first troubleshooting step is almost always to start the system in safe mode. When you make it to Windows XP, you can investigate the problem and make the necessary changes (such as disabling or rolling back a device driver). But what if your system won’t even start in Safe mode?
Automating Installation : Using Windows SIM (part 2) - Creating an Answer File, Adding Files to Answer Files
You can also drag drivers from an Out-of-Box Drivers folder in the Distribution Share pane to the Answer File pane and drop it in either the WinPE or auditSystem pass, or right-click to add it.
Automating Installation : Using Windows SIM (part 1) - Building Distribution Shares
A distribution share is an optional storage location for third-party device drivers, applications, and packages issued by Microsoft, such as security updates. When using Windows SIM, you can open a distribution share folder and then add the contents to an unattended installation answer file.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Multimedia and Online Tools - Linking or Embedding Sound
If you want to add some life to a Web page, you can add sound to it. Dreamweaver allows you to add a variety of sounds formats, including WAV, MIDI, MP3 (MPG), AIF, RA (Real Audio), MOV (QuickTime).
Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Multimedia and Online Tools - Inserting a Flash Video
When you create a Flash video (.flv) file using Adobe Flash, you insert the Flash video component in Dreamweaver. When you view the page in a browser, the component displays the Flash video and playback controls.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : The Essential Adjustments : Exposure
Now, some might argue that this is the most essential adjustment of them all, but if your photo looks way too blue, nobody will notice if the photo’s underexposed by a third of a stop, so I fix the white balance first, then I worry about exposure.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Maximizing Filters - Getting the Best Results - Fade and Blend
The Fade command is a little-known secret in Photoshop. It allows you to further modify filters by harnessing the power of blending modes. Use this command to access all 24 blend modes besides Normal. It makes your filter collection 24 times larger.
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