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Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Sharing Notebooks with Others (part 1) - Sharing a Notebook, . Finding Unread Notes
When you open a notebook that you share with others, notes written by others since the previous time you opened the notebook are highlighted. What’s more, in the page tabs, the names of pages with unread notes appear in bold letters.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Store and Access Contact Information (part 3) - Printing Contact Records
You can print an address book or individual contact records, either on paper or to an electronic file (such as a PDF file or an XPS file), from any address book view. Depending on the view, Outlook offers a variety of print styles, such as those described in the following table.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Store and Access Contact Information (part 2) - Communicating with Contacts
Saving contact information for people in a physical or electronic address book is useful because it centralizes the information in one place so that you no longer have to remember the information or where to find it.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Store and Access Contact Information (part 1) - Saving and Updating Contact Information
Outlook stores contact information from different sources in separate address books. Some are created by Outlook, some by your e-mail server administrator, and others by you.
Microsoft Access 2010 : TESTING AND DEBUGGING VBA CODE (part 4) - Watch Window
To see how the Watch window works, we will use WatchGoShoppingSuits, which is a modified version of the GoShopping module. Recall that it uses a Boolean expression and message box to let you know if (when) you're over budget. We will add a watch on the variable blnOverBudget.
Microsoft Access 2010 : TESTING AND DEBUGGING VBA CODE (part 3) - Call Stack, Run to Cursor
The Call Stack dialog box displays a list of the current active procedure(s) when you are stepping through code. An active procedure is one that is started but has not completed — and as you are beginning to realize, the list can grow rather quickly.
Microsoft Access 2010 : TESTING AND DEBUGGING VBA CODE (part 2) - The Debug.Assert Statement, Breakpoints, Stepping through Code
Breakpoints are essentially places in your code where you want to pause the execution of the code. For example, if you want to check the value of the variable curTotalCost midway through the following procedure, you can use the Debug.Print statement as shown in the following code snippet or set a breakpoint.
Microsoft Access 2010 : TESTING AND DEBUGGING VBA CODE (part 1) - Immediate Window, The Debug.Print Statement
We previously mentioned using statements in the Immediate window, they are also useful in other places. The following module demonstrates how to use Debug.Print in your code. In looking at this example, you might imagine how Debug.Print can be helpful for testing and debugging.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using the VBA Editor - ANATOMY OF THE VBA EDITOR, USING THE OBJECT BROWSER
You can access the VBA Editor in several ways. From anywhere in Microsoft Access, press Alt+F11 or choose from several places on Access's new Ribbon: Create, Macros, Modules, Database Tools, or Visual Basic.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Connecting Shapes - Understanding Visio Connectors (part 2) - Connecting to Shapes versus Points on Shapes
You’ve briefly seen how connectors can be glued to shapes or points on shapes. With dynamic glue, connectors attach to a shape in general, and find the side of a shape that is nearest to the other end of the connector. With point-to-point glue, the connector is glued to a specific point on the shape, which may result in more complicated, less efficient routing.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Connecting Shapes - Understanding Visio Connectors (part 1) - Connecting Basics
In Visio, lines between boxes are called connectors. Connectors are a special class of shape, with special behaviors. They stay glued to shapes, so when you reposition objects, the connectors follow along.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working with Animation and Transitions - Setting Slide Transitions
Setting slide transitions is one of the most common animation effects. You can apply a slide transition to the entire presentation or just to the current slide. PowerPoint offers a variety of transition options ranging from subtle to dynamic, including the capability to fade, wipe, reveal, or even introduce a slide with a honeycomb effect.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Finalizing Your Slide Show - Rehearsing Your Presentation
It’s very important that you prepare for your presentation. Rehearsing has several benefits. First, during rehearsal you can save timings that can be used to advance your slides automatically or you can record a narration.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating Master Schedules with Inserted Projects - Reporting and Analyzing Across Projects
This section covers how to report and analyze information in a master plan. This includes looking at resource utilization across multiple projects.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating Master Schedules with Inserted Projects - Critical Path Across Projects
By default, after you create a master file with inserted subprojects, Project calculates one critical path, taking all the projects into consideration. The subproject or inserted project schedule with the last task or milestone drives what is on the critical path for all the other inserted projects.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Linking a Cell to Smart Art
You can’t actually link SmartArt text to a cell, but you can create the layout in SmartArt, convert it to shapes, and then replace the text with formulas linking the component to a cell. This allows the text in the layout to update automatically when the cell’s text updates.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Inserting SmartArt Images
Some SmartArt layouts include image placeholders, as shown in Figure 1. To insert an image, click the image placeholder and browse to the desired image. When an image in the SmartArt is selected, the Picture Tools tab becomes visible and you can use any of the picture tools on the image.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : SmartArt
SmartArt is a collection of similar shapes, arranged to imply a process, groups, or a hierarchy. You can add text to SmartArt shapes, and for some shapes, include a small picture or logo.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Managing Word Page Layouts - Adding Headers and Footers
HEADERS AND FOOTERS are features used for placing information at the top or bottom of every page of a document. As you’d expect, a header prints at the top of every page, and a footer prints at the bottom. You can place any information in headers and footers, such as a company logo, the document title, page numbering, and so forth.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Managing Page Layouts
SOMETIMES WORKING WITH a long document can feel a bit overwhelming. Fortunately, Word contains many features designed to assist you, such as those that allow you to set the page size and layout, mixing and matching them as needed.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Managing Word Page Layouts - Creating Page Breaks, Using Section Breaks
WORD AUTOMATICALLY INSERTS a page break when text fills the page. This page break sometimes doesn’t fall where you want it to. You can override Word’s automatic page break by creating your own page break. You can make a page break at a shorter position than Word chooses, but you cannot make a page longer.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Formatting Paragraphs (part 2) - Creating a Hierarchical Outline in Your Notes
Outlines offer a condensed view of a particular subject. They’re often created to plan and summarize a project, and to account for its preparation and successful execution. Outlines are often created in the brainstorming or idea-gathering phase of a project or task, which means that the information is likely to change quite often.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Formatting Paragraphs (part 1)
Whereas text formatting changes the appearance of the typed characters in your notes, paragraph formatting lets you modify the alignment, spacing, and ordering of lines of text in your notes.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Working with Tasks - Sharing Task Information
Sometimes you might need to share a task with someone else. For example, you might need to include information about a task in a written report. Or perhaps you need to print a list of tasks to include in an information packet for a staff meeting.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Working with Tasks - Assigning a Task to Someone Else
If you manage others and use Outlook in your organization for e-mail and collaboration, you probably want to assign tasks to others. Outlook sends the task assignment as an e-mail message, and the assignee has the option of accepting or rejecting the task.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Working with Tasks - Inserting Items into a Task
When you create a task—whether you create the task for yourself or assign it to someone else—you might want to add items to the task. For example, assume you’re going to assign a task to someone else, and that person needs a copy of a Word document to perform the task. You can attach the document to the task.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Maintain Data Integrity (part 6) - Restricting Data to Values in Other Tables
You learned how to link tables in such a way that a user could not enter a customer ID that did not exist in the Customers table or an employee ID that did not exist in the Employees table. These relationships are critical to ensuring that any specific item of data is stored in the database only once.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Maintain Data Integrity (part 5) - Restricting Data to Values in Lists
It is interesting how many different ways people can come up with to enter the same items of information in a database. Asked to enter the name of their home state, for example, residents of the state of Washington will type Washington, Wash, or WA, plus various typographical errors and misspellings.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Maintain Data Integrity (part 4) - Restricting Data by Using Validation Rules
A validation rule precisely defines the information that will be accepted in one or several fields in a record. You might use a validation rule in a field containing the date an employee was hired to prevent a date in the future from being entered.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Maintain Data Integrity (part 3) - Restricting the Format of Data
Two properties control the format of information in database tables: the Format property and the Input Mask property. Both properties affect how information is displayed after it has been entered in a table, but the Input Mask property also serves an important function during data entry.
 
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