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Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Styles (part 3) - Deleting Styles, Revealing Formatting
Word has a really cool feature that lets you quickly see all formatting applied to selected text. Called Reveal Formatting, you can review the font formatting, paragraph formatting, and section formatting all at once.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Styles (part 2) - Creating Customized Styles, Managing Styles
If your company has a standard format it likes to use for document areas, you can create your own Quick Style and quickly apply it whenever you need it. For example, suppose your company likes proposals to have a heading in a 24-point bold Harrington font with the Gradient Fill – Blue, Accent 1 text effect and a shadow.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Styles (part 1) - Using Quick Styles, Working in the Styles Task Pane
Every new Word document includes styles; however, the exact styles the document includes vary with the document template you use. The Quick Styles you worked with in the previous section are the ones available with the standard blank Word document.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Viewing the Design of a Form, The AutoForm Feature
You can quickly build forms by using the AutoForm feature. The AutoForm feature gives you absolutely no control over how a form appears, but it provides you with an instantaneous means of data entry.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Sorting Records, Filtering the Data Underlying a Form
From the Form view, you can apply a filter to view a select group of records. You do this when you want to focus on a select group of records. For example, you may just want to work with the records in the Customers table where the contact title is owner.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Taking Notes (part 2) - Creating More Writing Space in the Middle of a Page, Creating More Writing Space at the End of a Page
Ever take notes in a paper notebook during a class or a meeting, only to find the presenter jumping back to a previous topic, erasing part of the whiteboard, and writing down more important things? Now you have to scribble little subnotes on your paper pages to later remind you of the order in which the information was talked about.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Taking Notes (part 1)
Aside from typing, one of the easiest ways to bring information into OneNote is by copying text from any file, document, or web page and pasting it on your notes pages.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 4) - Printing High-Quality Materials
Visio is a vector-based graphics program, and vectors print smoothly, using the full resolution of the printer. Bitmaps are collections of dots that get uglier as you blow them up, so exporting to an image seems to go against the whole purpose of using vectors in the first place.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 3) - Printing Multiple Drawings on a Single Sheet, Printing Scaled Drawings at Reduced Size
When you reduce a scaled drawing, it is important to note that scale notations on the drawing are no longer accurate. Better yet, use a physical scale symbol that visually shows the scale of the drawing.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 2) - Printing Any Size Drawing on Any Size Paper
If you have mixed landscape and portrait page orientations across pages, be sure that the Print Setup and Page Size settings for orientation agree for each page.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Printing Scenarios (part 1) - Printing Tiled Drawings
If you create flowcharts and other connected diagrams using the AutoSize feature, you have a sort of flipped situation. As your diagram grows, your drawing is tiled across several drawing pages, and will print on several sheets of paper by default.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Understanding Printing
The Page Setup dialog, which is accessible from many places in Visio, enables you to control these settings. Paper and print zoom settings are set on the Print Setup tab, and the Page Size tab controls page configuration.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating Master Schedules (part 3) - Cross-Project Linking Options and Showing Links Between Projects
The Options area in the backstage lets you control how links are updated when files are opened, as well as whether external links are displayed as ghost tasks, as shown in Figure 6.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating Master Schedules (part 2) - Setting Up Cross-Project Links
After you've set up a master file with inserted subprojects, you can create links from one project to another. Cross-project linking enables project managers to link tasks in one project to tasks in another project.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating Master Schedules (part 1) - Setting Up a Master Project File
A master project is a file that contains inserted projects from other source files that can be linked dynamically. If you choose to link to the source file, then every time the source file is modified or changed in any way, the master file is automatically updated to reflect those changes.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Fine-Tune Visual Elements (part 4) - Arranging Graphics
After inserting pictures or drawing shapes in the approximate locations you want them on a slide, you can align them and change their stacking order by clicking the buttons in the Arrange group on the Format contextual tab.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Fine-Tune Visual Elements (part 3) - Formatting Charts
You already know how to plot data in simple charts and how to edit that data in the associated Microsoft Excel worksheet. Often, you will need nothing more than these basic techniques to be able to convey your numeric data in a visual format.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Fine-Tune Visual Elements (part 2) - Customizing Diagrams
If you customize a diagram and then decide you preferred the original version, you can revert to the original by clicking the Reset Graphic button in the Reset group on the Design contextual tab.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Fine-Tune Visual Elements (part 1) - Editing Pictures
PowerPoint 2010 gives you the tools you need to create graphic-intensive rather than text-intensive presentations. When you want to display a dynamic array of pictures in a presentation, you can use a photo album template to do the initial layout and then customize the album by adding frames of different shapes, as well as captions.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Using Outlook with Exchange Server (part 2) - Voting in Outlook
The Outlook 2010 voting feature is useful when you want to solicit input from a group of message recipients. Perhaps you are looking for approval on a proposal, you are holding an informal election in your organization, or you just want to get the group's input on an issue.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Using Outlook with Exchange Server (part 1) - Sending Messages
When you send messages in Outlook 2010 while connected to Exchange Server, you have more options than you do when you use a regular Internet mail account—for example, you have the ability to recall messages, and you have access to a Global Address List (GAL).
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Understanding Frequency Distributions (part 3) - Building Simulated Frequency Distributions
Begin by clicking the button labeled Clear Records in Column A. All the numbers will be deleted from column A, leaving only the header value in cell A1. (The pivot table and pivot chart will remain as they were: It’s a characteristic of pivot tables and pivot charts that they do not respond immediately to changes in their underlying data sources.)
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Understanding Frequency Distributions (part 2) - Building a Frequency Distribution from a Sample
Conceptually, it’s easy to build a frequency distribution. Take a sample of people or things and measure each member of the sample on the variable that interests you. Your next step depends on how much sophistication you want to bring to the project.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Understanding Frequency Distributions (part 1) - Using Frequency Distributions
It’s helpful to use frequency distributions in statistical analysis for two broad reasons. One concerns visualizing how a variable is distributed across people or objects. The other concerns how to make inferences about a population of people or objects on the basis of a sample.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Charting Numeric Variables in Excel
Since the 1990s at least, Excel has called this sort of chart an XY (Scatter) chart. In its 2007 version, Excel started referring to it as an XY chart in some places, as a Scatter chart in others, and as an XY (Scatter) chart in still others.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Working with Themes
All Microsoft applications include a feature that saves you boatloads of time by providing expertly designed themes, which can give all of your Office documents a unified and professional appearance.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Copying Formatting, Working with Lists
To keep the Format Painter function active for repeated use, double-click the Format Painter button. When you finish using the Format Painter function, click the Format Painter button again, which turns it off.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Forms to Enter and Edit Table Data (part 3) - Copying Records Within a Form
Sometimes you might want to update records that meet specific criteria. You might want to do this, for example, if a company changes its name or you realize that you have improperly entered an employee’s social security number.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Forms to Enter and Edit Table Data (part 2) - Using a Form to Delete Records from a Table
The process of deleting a record is not so simple if you have established referential integrity between the tables in a database and the row that you are attempting to delete has child rows.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Forms to Enter and Edit Table Data (part 1) - Moving from Record to Record in a Form, Undoing Changes Made Within a Form
After you have opened a form, you probably want to work with the data you have bound it to. You most likely want to move from record to record, edit data, add new records, delete records, and copy records.
 
 
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