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Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up Project for Your Use - Defining Project Information (part 2) - Defining Project Properties
The other area to find and define information about your project is the Properties dialog box. Here, you can view and edit a number of options that describe the project. To open the Properties dialog box, select the File tab, Info, Project Information, Advanced Properties.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up Project for Your Use - Defining Project Information (part 1) - Understanding the Project Information Dialog Box
You can define, view, and edit some key information about your project using the Project Information dialog box. To view the Project Information dialog box, click the Project tab, Project Information
Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up Project for Your Use - Setting the Task Mode
The Task Mode in Microsoft Project 2010 is an important new feature that, for the first time, enables project or resource managers to employ the Project scheduling engine selectively.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Distributing Your Notes - Transferring a Notebook to Another Computer
To transfer a notebook to another computer, first save it as a OneNote Package file. Then move or copy this file to the second computer and open it. When you open the file, OneNote converts the OneNote Package file to a OneNote 2010 notebook.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Distributing Your Notes - Saving Pages, Sections, and Notebooks in Alternative File Formats
Save OneNote material in an alternative file format so that others who don’t have OneNote can read the material. OneNote offers a host of different ways to save pages, sections, and notebooks in alternative file formats.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Distributing Your Notes - Printing a Section
Using the standard Print command, you can print all or some of the pages in a section. To print, OneNote presents the same Print dialog box as the other Microsoft Office 2010 applications.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Enhancing the Queries That You Build - Building Queries Based on Multiple Tables - AutoLookup in Multitable Queries
The AutoLookup feature is automatically available in Access. As you fill in key values on the “many” side of a one-to-many relationship in a multitable query, Access automatically looks up the non-key values in the parent table.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Enhancing the Queries That You Build - Building Queries Based on Multiple Tables - Pitfalls of Multitable Queries
If you have properly normalized your table data, you probably want to bring the data from your tables back together by using queries. Fortunately, you can do this quite easily by using Access queries.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Relating the Information in Your Database - Establishing Referential Integrity
Referential integrity consists of a series of rules that Access applies to ensure that it properly maintains the relationships between tables.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Project on the Internet (part 5) - Integrating Project and Outlook - Routing a Project file to several recipients
When several people are in line to contribute to, review, or approve a Project file, routing an email with the file attached to each recipient is easier than trying to remember whom to email next.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Project on the Internet (part 4) - Integrating Project and Outlook - Sending Project Information to Others
Sending Project files via email is easy, whether you send the message from your email program or directly from Project.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Project on the Internet (part 3) - Integrating Project and Outlook - Importing Tasks from Outlook, Copying Tasks from an Email
Outlook is Microsoft’s email workhorse, but email is only one of the ways that Outlook and Project work as a team. When you’re in Project, you can email Project files without jumping over to Outlook to do so.
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 Project 2010 : Project on the Internet (part 1) - Hyperlinking to Information - Creating a Hyperlink to a File or Web Page
Managing projects means keeping track of information stored in different places and different types of files. As a project manager, your nose is usually buried in a Project file, so why not access the information you need directly from Project?
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating an Index (part 2) - Adding an Index to a Document - Generating an Index
After you have marked all the items for your index, you can tell Word to compile the index and add it to the document.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating an Index (part 1) - Adding an Index to a Document - Marking an Index Entry
When you mark an index entry, Word automatically displays nonprinting characters, such as paragraph marks and tabs. This enables you to see the actual indexing codes as they are added to the text.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating a Table of Contents (part 2) - Adding a TOC to a Document - Inserting a Customized Table of Contents
The list of automatic TOCs you saw back in Figure 3 doesn’t show all your options. It just shows the easiest ones. If you want to control your TOC’s appearance and what it includes, you can use the Table of Contents dialog box.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating a Table of Contents (part 1) - Adding a TOC to a Document - Inserting an Automatic Table of Contents
Word provides a handful of automatic tables of contents, designed to complement your document’s theme. All you have to do is pick the design you like; Word automatically inserts the TOC and populates it with headings and page numbers.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating an Outline (part 3) - Building an Outline - Expanding and Collapsing Parts of an Outline , Reorganizing an Outline
If a heading contains multiple subheadings, you can “collapse” the main heading to hide the subheadings and create more space on the screen. You can expand a collapsed heading to see its subordinate headings again.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating an Outline (part 2) - Building an Outline - Adding Headings to an Outline, Promoting and Demoting Headings
Creating an outline is a lot like creating a normal document: just start typing. When you’re in Outline view, however, you need to type only the document’s headings, and Word automatically formats them.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Creating an Outline (part 1) - Working in Outline View
An outline is a list of a document’s major and minor sections, presented as headings. Each heading is the title of a section, and each one is assigned a level that shows its priority in the overall scheme of things.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Working with Graphics - Inserting a Diagram,Inserting an Object
Diagrams are ideal when you need to integrate and communicate a workflow, process, or other conceptual paradigms with your spreadsheet data. You can insert the diagram and then add the appropriate information in a manner similar to inserting an organization chart.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Working with Graphics - Inserting WordArt, Using Smart Art in Excel
WordArt is a text-based object that Microsoft provides to apply special effects to text. You don’t have to add these text effects manually; the different styles of WordArt are indeed the text effects themselves.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Working with Graphics - Using AutoShapes
Move the mouse over an object border; the pointer becomes a four-headed arrow, and you can move it ; a two-headed arrow enables you to resize it .
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Working with Fonts
PowerPoint offers an assortment of tools for working with the fonts in your presentation. If you are using nonstandard fonts, you can embed the fonts you use so they “travel” with your presentation
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Creating a Self-Running Presentation
Self-running slide shows are a great way to communicate information without needing someone to run the show. You might want to set up a presentation to run unattended in a kiosk at a trade show or place it on your company’s Intranet to run at the user’s convenience.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Hiding Slides
Instead of creating a custom show for a slide show, you can also hide slides in your presentation. This is useful if you have a few slides that you don’t want to show.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Creating a Custom Slide Show
If you plan to present a slide show to more than one audience, you don’t have to create a separate slide show for each audience. Instead, you can create a custom slide show that allows you to specify which slides from the presentation you will use and the order in which they will appear.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Work Breakdown Structure Numbering (part 2) - Editing Custom WBS Codes, Renumbering the Custom WBS Codes
Editing custom codes after the code mask is created is straightforward. Select a summary task by double-clicking any field in the row except the row number.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Work Breakdown Structure Numbering (part 1) - Creating Custom WBS Codes
To customize the WBS code format in the Microsoft Project WBS field, you can generate custom codes using a WBS code mask. The mask contains numbers or characters for each outline level, with separators between the levels.
 
 
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