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Microsoft Access 2010 : Maintain Data Integrity (part 2) - Restricting the Amount of Data
You changed the Field Size property of several Text fields. You entered the new sizes by making adjustments to the Field Size setting in the Properties group on the Fields tab and to the Field Size property in the Field Properties area in Design view.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Maintain Data Integrity (part 1) - Restricting the Type of Data
You can also click the More Fields button in the Add & Delete group on the Fields contextual tab to display a gallery of data types with predefined properties that produce fields with common data type refinements.
Microsoft Project and the Project Management Domain : Using Microsoft Project with Methodologies and Life Cycles
The types of projects range from simple to complex, short to multiyear, and goal-oriented to open-ended research. The following examples discuss the associated software development life cycle (SDLC) and how Microsoft Project can be set up to support the life cycle.
Microsoft Project and the Project Management Domain : Exploring Project Management Industry Standards
Anyone can create a file using Microsoft Project. Organizing that file into a logical flow of work, however, requires a solid understanding of how projects should be managed and decomposed into logical units. To understand project management, you must understand the standards and methodology behind it.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Formatting Text (part 2) - Inserting Symbols and Special Characters, Copying and Applying Formatting with the Format Painter
Aside from applying styles and changing the appearance of your notes text with different fonts and font sizes, you might need to generate any variety of foreign language characters, currency symbols, diacritical marks, and other special characters into your notes. OneNote 2010 has a full repository of these available at your fingertips.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Formatting Text (part 1) - Setting the Default Font, Changing Basic Text Formatting, Using the Styles Gallery
OneNote 2010 is the first version to support a basic gallery of styles that let you easily apply predefined text formatting. Using styles can give your notes a consistent look, improve their legibility, and speed up your note-taking and formatting.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Managing and Styling Pages (part 3) - Controlling Page Size and Orientation, Setting Page Scales
You can set your Visio pages to any size and orientation you want. Perhaps you want to work with sheets that adhere to standard paper sizes, or maybe you want your page to expand ad infinitum as your drawing grows. For wide drawings, you’ll want a landscape orientation; for tall diagrams, portrait.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Managing and Styling Pages (part 2) - Working with Background Pages, Inserting Backgrounds, Titles, and Borders
Background pages are special pages whose content shows on foreground pages but can’t be edited from the foreground. Because background pages can be shared by multiple foreground pages, they can save you a lot of work and make your documents more efficient.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Managing and Styling Pages (part 1) - Inserting Pages
You might want to add pages to a Visio document for lots of reasons. Some projects require several different types of diagrams, and keeping them all in a single drawing file but on separate pages is convenient.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Incorporating Motion Video - Specifying Playback Options
Playback options are the options that control when and how the clip plays. Unlike the formatting options you learned about in the previous sections, these controls affect the action of the clip, the unique qualities it has as a motion video object rather than a static image.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Managing Videos Between PCs and PowerPoint Versions, Changing the Video's Formatting
PowerPoint 2010 handles videos very differently than previous versions did, so there are some differences you may encounter when moving a presentation to or from different versions of PowerPoint. The following sections explain some basic techniques for minimizing the likelihood of problems.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Macros and UDFs - User-Defined Functions
Excel provides many built-in formulas, but sometimes you need a custom formula not offered in the software. You can create functions in VBA that can be used just like Excel’s built-in functions, such as SUM, VLOOKUP, and MATCH, to name a few.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Macros and UDFs - Running a Macro
If you assign a shortcut key to your macro, you can play the macro by pressing the key combination. Macros can also be assigned to the Ribbon, the Quick Access toolbar, forms controls, drawing objects, or you can run them from the Macros button in the Code group on the Developer tab.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Proofing a Document - Using Word's Research Tools
The Research pane gives you access to a few selected online resources. These sources are websites that can look up information on just about any topic imaginable. The general-purpose research sites are Bing, Factiva iWorks™, and HighBeam™ Research.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Proofing a Document - Working with AutoCorrect
As its name implies, Word’s AutoCorrect feature can automatically correct errors in a document as soon as you type them. For example, if you type siad, Word can instantly change it to said because AutoCorrect works hand-in-hand with Word’s spelling dictionary.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using the Form Wizard to Build a Form
Using the Modal Dialog option, you can quickly and easily create dialogs that you use in your application. An example is a form used to gather criteria for the printing of a report.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Taking Notes in Your Own Handwriting (part 2)
When you use the handwriting features in OneNote 2010, it allows for the creation of both handwriting and drawings at the same time. If necessary, you can override this default setting to a more specific selection.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Taking Notes in Your Own Handwriting (part 1)
If you have a Tablet PC running Windows XP Tablet Edition or any edition of Windows 7, or you have a Single Touch or Multi-Touch PC running any edition of Windows 7, you can use the handwriting capabilities that are built in to OneNote 2010.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Taking Audio and Video Notes
Note-taking and capturing information in OneNote isn’t just limited to typing or importing text. In certain situations where you’re given more information than you can jot down quickly (for example, in a class lecture, in a group presentation, or in an interview), you can make use of OneNote’s excellent audio and video recording features.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Assigning Resources to Tasks - Assigning Cost Resources to Tasks
Cost resources do no work and have no effect on the scheduling of a task. Cost resources might include categories of expenses that you want to budget and track for accounting or financial reporting purposes.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Assigning Resources to Tasks - Controlling Work When Adding or Removing Resource Assignments
When using automatically scheduled tasks, Project gives you an option to control how it should calculate work on a task when you assign additional resources to the task or unassign resources from the task.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Assigning Resources to Tasks - Assigning Work Resources to Tasks
Assigning a work resource to a task enables you to track the progress of the resource’s work on the task. If you enter resource pay rates, Project also calculates resource and task costs for you.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Sharing a Presentation on the Web - Broadcasting a Presentation
When you broadcast a presentation you make it available as a live presentation that others can view using their Web browsers. The process is simple, doesn’t require you to have your own site to host the presentation, and is an excellent way to give a live presentation to remote viewers.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Sharing a Presentation on the Web - Saving as a PDF File, Creating a Video
An easy format to use to share a presentation online is PDF, or Portable Document Format. Anybody with Adobe Acrobat or the free Adobe Reader can view the presentation as the pages of a document. However, they cannot edit the file.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Saving a Presentation to the Web
To save a presentation to the Web, you need a Windows Live ID. The presentation is then saved to Windows Live as a free service to PowerPoint users. This is very handy for sharing the presentation online.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Modifying and Updating a Task
You can modify a task at any time to change any property, including subject, due date, recurrence, and so on. Another change you might want to make to tasks is to mark them as complete. This action allows you to see at a glance the tasks that are complete and those that are not.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Working with Recurring Tasks
Some tasks are recurring tasks—they repeat on a regular basis. For example, maybe you have to prepare a set of reports every Friday that summarizes the week’s sales or other information. Or perhaps you need to back up your files every week.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Macros and UDFs - Recording a Macro
To begin recording a macro, select Record Macro from the Code group of the Developer tab. Before recording begins, Excel displays the Record Macro dialog box shown in Figure 1.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Macros and UDFs - Understanding How the Macro Recorder Works
This section is about the difference between recording a macro that will run successfully on a new dataset and one that will make you cry in frustration when it fails on a new dataset.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Macros and UDFs - Enabling VBA Security
Security settings can be set for all workbooks or for specific, trusted locations. Workbooks stored in a folder that is marked as a trusted location will automatically have its macros enabled.
 
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