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Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Inserting Documents and Files (part 1) - Inserting a Copy of a File on a Page
The easiest way to keep existing content from a computer file together with your notes is to insert a copy of the file on a page in your notebook.
Microsoft Onenote 2010 : Using Tables to Organize Information (part 1) - Creating a Table
Anyone who’s ever used various Microsoft Office programs like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to create documents, spreadsheets, or presentations knows how useful tables can be to organize information and group information together in logical, meaningful ways.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Working with Subpages
Subpages in OneNote work exactly like regular pages, but their tab labels appear slightly indented. The main purpose of subpages is to let you visually structure a group of related pages to help you recognize which of them contain important notes or key subject areas and which of them contain supplementary information that supports the subject of the main pages.
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 Visio 2010 : Changing the Drawing Scale
Not all shapes were designed to respond to changes in the drawing scale of the page. If you change the page scale and the shapes don’t respond appropriately, either you’re out of luck or you’ll need to find replacement shapes.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Printing in Excel - Printing Cell Comments, Printing Cell Error Indicators & Printing Repeating Row and Column Titles
Some cells contain data or formulas that require an explanation or special attention. Comments provide a way to attach this type of information to individual cells. A red triangle in the upper-right corner of the cell indicates that a comment is present.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Manage Scheduling (part 1) - Scheduling and Changing Appointments
Appointments are blocks of time you schedule for only yourself (as opposed to meetings, to which you invite other Outlook users). An appointment has a specific start time and a specific end time (as opposed to an event, which occurs for one or more full 24-hour periods).
Get Started with Outlook 2010 : Connecting to E-Mail Accounts
In this exercise, you'll configure Outlook to automatically connect to an e-mail account and you'll manually configure Exchange account settings.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Using Filters and Highlights (part 2) - Creating Custom Filters
Project automatically separates custom filters from built-in filters in the drop-down list. This makes it easy for you to decipher which filters you created and which filters come with Project.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating Form Letters with Mail Merge - Creating the Main Document, Specifying Data for Your Mail Merge
Two terms commonly used with merge data files are fields and records. A field is an individual piece of information about someone or something, such as a zip code, first name, or product description. A record is the complete picture of information with all the fields put together.
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 Word 2010 : Creating Mail Merge Documents - Importing Data from Outlook
If you employ already Outlook to manage your database of contact, you can import your contact segments of Outlook in the magician of fusion and mass mailing quickly and easily.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Inserting Documents and Files (part 2) - Inserting a File Printout on a Page
An alternate way to import content from a file on your computer into OneNote is to make it appear on your notes page like a printout on paper. This ensures that there’s no confusion between an imported copy of a file and its original version on your hard drive, because the imported copy appears as a static image that cannot be edited.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Prioritizing and Categorizing Notes with Tags (part 1) - Applying a Tag to a Note
In OneNote, tags are an optional way for you to categorize and prioritize selected notes, and you can also use note tags to aid in quickly locating and displaying specific, important information again whenever you need it. Before you get to OneNote’s powerful search features, however, take a closer look at using tags.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Setting Up Calendar Alerts
Using Calendar alerts, you can have Exchange Server send alerts to your mobile device when new items are added to your calendar or existing items are updated.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Formatting Pictures and Screen Clippings (part 1) - Resizing or Scaling a Picture, Restoring a Modified Picture to Its Original Size
Whether you insert a picture from an image file, by using your scanner, or by creating a screen clipping, you can modify its dimensions by resizing or scaling the picture.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Selecting a flowchart type - Visio Standard, Visio Professional
Microsoft Visio Standard 2013 includes four gauges of flow chart, according to the indications of the following graph. You will work with the basic flow chart and the Cross-Functional gauges of flow chart in this article.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : A Visual Orientation to a Visual Product - Managing the Shapes window
In this exercise, you will learn various ways to manipulate the Shapes window so it appears in the most useful size and position when you are working on a drawing.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Working with Resources - Understanding Resource Types and Other Factors, Adding Resources to Your Project
The process for adding a resource to your project is different, depending on whether you’re adding a resource used only in your project (a local resource) or an enterprise resource available for assignment throughout your organization (Project Professional only).
Microsoft Visio 2013 : A Visual Orientation to a Visual Product - Working with the ribbon
The Office ribbon is a dynamic user interface element; its appearance changes if the width of the window in which it is being viewed changes. As a result, a button might be large or small, it might or might not have a label, or it might even be an entry in a list.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Adding Supplementary Elements - Creating a Bibliography
Like footnotes and endnotes, citations follow a particular style, such as MLA or the Chicago Manual of Style, so you need to find out which style to use for your class, school, professional discipline, or organization.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Laying Out Shapes (part 3) - Fine-tuning Layout
The Re-layout button gives you quick access to several preconfigured layout styles. However, you can fine-tune the results by digging into three different dialogs, full of layout and connector settings just waiting to bewilder you.
Microsoft OneOnte 2010 : OneNote Mobile on Windows Phone 7 (part 2)
If you open a OneNote file that was attached to an e-mail message you received, you can only view that file; you won’t be able to save or edit it on your phone. To truly keep your mobile notes in sync with your other notes, sync your mobile notes with your SkyDrive account.
Taking Microsoft Project 2010 for a Test Drive (part 4) - Adding milestones to a project schedule
A milestone typically appears at the end of the tasks that produce the deliverable or achieve a key point in progress. Completing a milestone is like crossing off an item on your
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Track Tasks (part 1) - Creating Tasks
If you use your Outlook task list to its fullest potential, you'll frequently add tasks to it. You can create one-time or recurring tasks from scratch in different ways, or you can add an existing Outlook item (such as a message) to your task list.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Performing a Schedule Reality Check - Baselining the Schedule
One of the last steps in preparing your project for execution is baselining it. A baseline represents a snapshot of all the planned data as it was outlined within the contract and approved by project stakeholders.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Laying Out Shapes (part 2) - Using Visio’s Layout Features - Experimenting with Layout
The connectors are drawn over the network equipment, so send them all to back. The network shapes have connection points on each side, plus one in the middle.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Consolidating Multiple Sets of Data into a Single Workbook
When you create a series of worksheets that contain similar data, perhaps by using a template, you build a consistent set of workbooks in which data is stored in a predictable place.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Project on the Internet (part 2) - Hyperlinking to Information - Creating a Hyperlink to a Location in the Project File
Hyperlinking from one place in your Project file to another is a great way to find related tasks or resources. A hyperlink can take you from a design task to the corresponding development task or the resource assigned to the task.
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.
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