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Microsoft Word 2010 : Selecting Text Attributes (part 1) - Choosing a Font, Selecting a Font Size, Applying Formatting Attributes
Choosing a suitable font size can make a document easier to read. Other text attributes you might use to set the document tone include style settings, such as bold, underline, italics, or even color.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Using Sorts and Auto-filters
You can use the sort function to better communicate and report project information. Project also makes it easy to filter, group, and sort by taking advantage of the auto-filter function.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Creating Rack Diagrams
The Rack Diagram template includes four stencils, three of which contain equipment and rack shapes (the fourth contains annotation shapes). The three equipment stencils are shown side by side in the following graphic.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Organizing Network Shapes in a Diagram
It’s quite common that once you’ve created a network drawing, you want to organize subsets of the shapes. Sometimes the reason is aesthetic: you want to create visual groupings within your diagram.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : How Outlook Stores Data
If you work with Outlook 2010 primarily as a user, understanding how the program stores data helps you use it effectively to organize and manage your data on a daily basis, including storing and archiving Outlook 2010 items as needed.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Overview of Outlook (part 2) - Contact Management, Task Management, Tracking with the Outlook Journal, Organizing Your Thoughts with Notes
In an Exchange Server environment, Outlook integrates with the organization's Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Exchange Server Global Address List (GAL), enabling you to browse and select addresses or contact information for other people in your organization easily.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Overview of Outlook (part 1) - Messaging, Calendars and Scheduling
One of the key features that Outlook 2010 offers is messaging. You can use Outlook 2010 as a client to send and receive email through a variety of services (see Figure 1). Outlook 2010 offers integrated support for the email services covered in the sections that follow.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Working with Notebook Sections
You can change the order of notebook icons on the navigation bar. Although this doesn’t change anything about the notebooks themselves, it can make it a bit easier to keep the notebook you use most often near the top.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Working with Notebooks
You can change the order of notebook icons on the navigation bar. Although this doesn’t change anything about the notebooks themselves, it can make it a bit easier to keep the notebook you use most often near the top.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Queries to Retrieve the Data You Need - Adding and Removing Fields, Modifying the Sort Order of a Query
You might want to modify the sort order designated by the designer of a query. As described in the following sections, you can sort on a single field or you can sort on multiple fields and you can sort in ascending order or you can sort in descending order.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Queries to Retrieve the Data You Need - Opening a Query
When you’re working with an existing query, you need to be able to open it in Datasheet view or in Design view. Datasheet view allows you to view the results of running the query, whereas Design view allows you to view the blueprint, or design of the query.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Combining Data from Multiple Sources - Linking to Data in Other Worksheets and Workbooks
Copying and pasting data from one workbook to another is a quick and easy way to gather related data in one place, but there is a substantial limitation: If the data from the original cell changes, the change is not reflected in the cell to which the data was copied.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Combining Data from Multiple Sources - Using Workbooks as Templates for Other Workbooks
After you decide on the type of data you want to store in a workbook and what that workbook should look like, you probably want to be able to create similar workbooks without adding all of the formatting and formulas again. For example, you might have established a design for your monthly sales-tracking workbook.
Tips, tricks & tweaks : Excel 2007
Like its sibling, Excel 2007 received some considerable grief when it was unleashed to an unsuspecting public. Those who used Word just grumbled about the horrible Ribbon UI, and the fact that it looked different; however, those who used Excel on a regular basis suddenly found themselves staring at the screen and not knowing quite what to do.
Office Applications - Office 2013 File Formats (Part 2)
Office 2007 and above have had the native ability to save PDF files (and Microsoft’s rival XPS format) for “final format documents” – that is, ones you’ve finished editing and are now publishing for other people to read.
Office Applications - Office 2013 File Formats (Part 1)
Many people asked why Microsoft hadn’t just used the existing Open Document Format (ODF) instead of inventing its own. Well, there wasn’t much wrong with ODF except that it couldn’t represent everything in Microsoft Office documents, and back then it didn’t even define the functions you could use in a spreadsheet.
Word 2013 – “Cleaner, Sleeker, Easier On The Eyes” (Part 2)
One of the more interesting features - especially for businesses - is the ability to read, mark up and even edit PDFs in Word 2013. Naturally, editing comes with caveats: Word can edit only in the fonts available on your PC, and PDFs with complex layouts are often reformatted badly when opened in Word for editing.
Word 2013 – “Cleaner, Sleeker, Easier On The Eyes” (Part 1)
A new Read Mode, touch-friendly wizards and a ribbon menu that fades out of view when it isn't needed are all signs that Word 2013 is aimed at the Windows 8 crowd. That said, there are notable additions for users of Windows 7 PCs and laptops too.
PowerPoint 2013 – A Brand-New Look (Part 2)
Modifying templates is easier as well thanks to improved layout tools. PowerPoint's Smart guides allow you to dynamically align elements such as pictures, shapes and text boxes by simply dragging them around the slide.
PowerPoint 2013 – A Brand-New Look (Part 1)
Despite the new touch mode, which enlarges some elements and spaces out buttons on the ribbon, many elements of the UI remain small and fiddly: the windowing controls in the top-right corner; the zoom slider in the bottom right; and, bizarrely, the touch mode switch itself, which is hidden behind the tiniest dropdown imaginable.
Explore The Ways To Try Outlook 2013
After being neglected in Office 2007's big "ribbon" shake- up, Microsoft lavished much attention on Outlook in 2010. This time it's back in the shadows, with the changes proving largely cosmetic.
Canon Pixma MX895 - Multifunction Printer With AirPrint And Fax
Like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the MX895 is a little bit unsure of its true identity. On the one hand, it’s a respectable consumer printer, capable of popping out A4 photo prints like your local Harvey Norman. On the other hand, it has a fax machine built in. A fax!
OneNote 2013 - The Best-Hidden Secret In Office
It may not be a household name, but OneNote has built up a hard-core following in the years since it was first introduced to Office back in 2003. Its freeform note entry, automatic saving, and the later introduction of linked notes and online collaboration in 2010, endeared it to note-takers.
Office 2013 Revealed (Part 2)
Further evidence of Office 2013's cloud focus comes in the form of SkyDrive, Microsoft's online file synchronization service. SkyDrive is now the default save location for all the Office 2013 apps, meaning that all your data is saved to Microsoft's cloud service unless you specify otherwise.
Office 2013 Revealed (Part 1)
Not content with unleashing a new operating system on the world, Microsoft has unveiled a new version of office, too. It has a fresh look, dozens of new features and makes a huge shift towards cloud computing. Jonathan Bray, Barry Collins and Tim Danton reveal everything you need to know about office 2013.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Formatting Text and Bar Styles (part 2) - Formatting Bar Styles
Formatting the look and feel of the Gantt bar area is also very useful. You can modify the look and feel of summary tasks, tasks, and milestones, including attributes such as progress lines for percent complete, delay lines, and so on. Not only can you change the appearance of the bar, but you can also add text around the bar.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Formatting Text and Bar Styles (part 1) - Formatting Text Styles
A Gantt chart consists of two separate parts on the screen. On the left is the text area, which contains the table of built-in or custom fields. On the right are the Gantt bars. You can format both sides to suit your needs.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Creating Custom Views
In this section, you'll learn about creating custom views. You also learned that a view is composed of specific parts such as tables, filters, groups, highlights, and formatted text and bars. In creating custom views, you can set up all these components in the manner that best suits your needs for planning, tracking, and communicating.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Building Detailed Network Diagrams
The Professional and Premium editions of Visio 2010 include an advanced network diagram template that offers additional stencils you can use to create more sophisticated diagrams.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Building Basic Network Diagrams
Start Visio, or if it’s already running, click the File tab, and then click New. In the Template Categories section, click Network, and then double-click the Basic Network Diagram thumbnail.
 
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- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 2) - Wireframes,Legends
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 1) - Swimlanes
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Formatting and sizing lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Adding shapes to lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Sizing containers
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