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Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use the Picture Editing Control in a Page
A page might have a picture editing control embedded in it. If a picture is not defined for the picture editing control, the control shows a link when the page is in editing mode, allowing you to insert a picture.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use Wiki Syntax to Link to Existing Content and Create Pages
When authoring a page, you realize that a certain piece of text should be linked to a page that is not yet created. You do not want to stop authoring your page, or maybe you are not the right person to author the other page you want to link to.
Windows 8 : Sharing Files, Media, and Printers at Home with HomeGroup
Prior to Windows 7, most home users with two or more PCs would employ a simple strategy to easily share files over their home networks: They would simply configure each PC with at least one user account with the same username and password. This way, they wouldn’t need to enter a username and password combination each time they accessed a shared folder on the other PC.
Windows 8 : Connecting to Cellular Data Networks (part 3) - Further Configuring a Cellular Data Connection, Using Airplane Mode
Like a smartphone, Windows 8 actually supports a useful Airplane Mode toggle that instantly disables all of the wireless (Wi-Fi and cellular data) connections in your PC or device without requiring you to fumble with multiple interfaces, as you did in previous Windows versions.
Windows 8 : Connecting to Cellular Data Networks (part 2) - Setting Up a Cellular Data Connection
To set up a cellular data connection in Windows 8, you use the same Networks pane that is used for wired and wireless (Wi-Fi) connections. This is accessed from Settings (Winkey + I), Network, or by clicking the Network icon in the Notification Area in the desktop environment.
Windows 8 : Connecting to Cellular Data Networks (part 1) - Understanding Cellular Data Networks, Choosing a Cellular Data Connection
To use a cellular data connection with the integrated Windows 8 capabilities, or what Microsoft calls mobile broadband, you must have a Windows PC or device that includes a built-in SIM port.
Windows 8 : Connecting to and Managing Wired and Wireless Networks (part 2) - Using Wi-Fi Networks
Wireless networks, of course, require a bit more finesse. Unlike wired networks, they’re not assumed to be safe, since you could be connecting to the Internet from a café, airport, or other location where electronic predators are lurking, waiting to steal your valuable personal information directly from the airwaves.
Windows 8 : Connecting to and Managing Wired and Wireless Networks (part 1) - Using Wired Networks
A wired Ethernet network is the simplest type of network to connect to, from the perspective of Windows at least. That’s because Microsoft is making a big—and usually correct—assumption with this type of connection.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use the Text Editing Control in a Page (part 3) - Use a Picture Using an Address, Use a Picture from SharePoint Server
To add a table in a text control, place the cursor where you want the table to be added, and then switch to the Insert subribbon in the Editing Tools ribbon and click the Table button. Clicking this button opens a submenu that allows you to quickly add a table by choosing how many rows and how many columns will be in the table by clicking on the squares .
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use the Text Editing Control in a Page (part 2) - Add and Edit a Picture
To add a picture to a text editing control, place the cursor where you want the picture to be added and switch to the Insert tab in the Editing Tools ribbon.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Use the Text Editing Control in a Page (part 1) - Edit and Format Text,Add a Hyperlink
To add a hyperlink to text, highlight the part of the text that you want to make a hyperlink and switch to the Insert ribbon, as shown in Figure 2. In this ribbon, you can either click the Link button or open the menu under it to reveal the From SharePoint and the From Address options, as shown in Figure 2.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Edit the Contents of a Page
To change the display, you must view the page in editing mode—a mode that enables you to edit the page. You can make such changes after you switch to editing mode.
Sharepoint 2013 : Authoring Pages - Change the Page Layout of a Publishing Page
You might want to change the page layout that was selected when the page was created. For example, say that a page was created with the “body only” layout, and you want to change it to a layout that includes a web part zone or an image on one side of the text.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 15) - Marking a Message as Complete, Marking Multiple Messages as Complete
If you complete a task related to a flagged message, you might want to flag that message as complete. To do so, locate the flagged message and perform these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 14) - Clearing a Message Flag, Flagging or Unflagging Multiple Messages
If you need to flag or unflag multiple messages, you can do so by locating the folder containing the messages and following these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 13) - Viewing Folders, Flagging a Message
When you view a folder, the folder might at first appear empty. In an effort to save space on the phone, Microsoft does not automatically synchronize all folders. For example, it would normally be a waste of space and bandwidth to synchronize the Junk folder.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 12) - Moving a Message,Performing a Bulk Move
Windows Phone 8 enables you to move messages into folders for long-term retention. If you need to move a message into a folder, you can accomplish the task by locating the message in a folder and following these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 11) - Marking Multiple Messages as Read or Unread
The method discussed in the two previous sections works well for dealing with individual messages, but there is an easier way to mark multiple messages as Read or Unread.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 10) - Marking a Message as Read, Marking a Message as Unread
To mark a message as read, open the folder containing it and follow these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 9) - Recovering a Deleted Message
If you accidentally delete a message, you can recover it from the Deleted Items folder. To do so, follow these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 8) - Deleting Messages in Bulk
If you need to delete more than one or two messages, consider performing a bulk delete
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 7) - Viewing Flagged Messages, Deleting a Message
Some people flag messages as a way of reminding themselves to look at the messages again later. However, flagged messages can become buried under newer messages over time.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 6) - Viewing New Mail,Viewing Urgent Mail
As mentioned earlier, Outlook displays the subject line of new messages in red, while the subject line is shown in gray for old messages. If you want to temporarily see only the new messages in your mailbox, you can do so by following these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 5) - Forwarding a Message
To forward a message to an existing recipient, follow these steps
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 4) - Replying to a Message
You can reply to every recipient of an email, not just the sender, by instead tapping the Reply All option, shown here.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 3) - Opening an Attachment
If an email message contains an unknown file type, Windows Phone 8 devices still downloads the attachment, but are unable to open it.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 2) - The Anatomy of a Message,Opening a Message
When you open Outlook Mobile, you see the messages in your Inbox. Several pieces of information are listed for each message.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Outlook Mobile (part 1) - The Outlook Mobile Interface
In the image shown here, the messages with red subject lines are new messages that have not been read. Messages displayed in black and white are messages that have already been read.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and managing print servers (part 5) - Deploying printer connections,Migrating print servers
One of the options available in the context menu when you right-click on a printer is called Deploy With Group Policy. Selecting this option opens the dialog box shown in Figure 12, which you use to associate the printer with a specific Group Policy Object (GPO) to allow the printer connection to be automatically deployed to users or computers targeted by the GPO.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying and managing print servers (part 4) - Managing printers
Right-clicking on the Printers node of any print server launches the Network Printer Installation Wizard shown in Figure 8. You can use this wizard to search for printers on your network, add a network printer using an existing printer port, or create a new port to add the new printer.
 
 
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