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Developing Custom Microsoft Visio 2010 Solutions : Introducing the Notes Shape, Using the Developer Ribbon Tab
Turn it on by right-clicking a blank area of the Ribbon and choosing Customize the Ribbon. On the right side of the dialog, check Developer in the Main Tabs list.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Working with Graphics - Inserting Clip Art, Inserting a Picture from File
Clip art adds visual interest to your Excel worksheets. With Microsoft clip art, you can choose from numerous professionally prepared images, sounds, and movie clips. After you add graphics, you can move them around in the worksheet and even assign text wrapping.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Working with Graphics - Using Drawing Tools
Excel has drawing tools that you can use to draw on a worksheet or chart. In this task, you learn about the advantages of using Excel drawing tools to point out information on a worksheet.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Automating Repetitive Tasks by Using Macros - Running Macros When a Workbook Is Opened
Instead of running a macro manually, or even from a toolbar button or a menu, you can have Excel run a macro whenever a workbook is opened. The trick of making that happen is in the name you give the macro.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Automating Repetitive Tasks by Using Macros - Running Macros When a Button Is Clicked
The ribbon enables you to discover the commands built into Excel quickly. However, it can take a few seconds to display the View tab, open the Macro dialog box, select the macro you want to run, and click the Run button.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Automating Repetitive Tasks by Using Macros - Creating and Modifying Macros
The first step of creating a macro is to plan the process you want to automate. Computers today are quite fast, so adding an extra step that doesn’t affect the outcome of a process doesn’t slow you down noticeably, but leaving out a step means you will need to re-record your macro.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Enabling and Examining Macros (part 2) - Examining Macros
The best way to get an idea of how macros work is to examine an existing macro. To do that, display the View tab. In the Macros group, click the Macros button, and then click View Macros.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Enabling and Examining Macros (part 1) - Macro Security in Excel 2010
In versions of Excel prior to Excel 2007, you could define macro security levels to determine which macros, if any, your workbooks would be allowed to run, but there was no workbook type in which all macros were disallowed.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Maintaining Baselines (part 3) - Resetting a Baseline , Multiple Baselines
You can keep multiple baselines for a project. Project allows you to maintain up to 10 baselines plus the core baseline. This comes in handy when you have a major change in scope—enough to warrant a baseline reset (a change significant enough to change the original agreement or intent of the project deliverables).
Microsoft Project 2010 : Maintaining Baselines (part 2) - Rolling-Wave Planning with Baselines
If you're following a rolling-wave planning approach, you can use the baseline function and take advantage of the Set Baseline for Selected Tasks option. For example, if you have a stage-gate process, which includes planning the detail for the next gate prior to moving on, then this approach will work for you.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Maintaining Baselines (part 1) - Clearing a Baseline
At any time during a project's planning or execution stages, you can clear the baseline to make it appear as if it never existed. Clearing a baseline removes all data from all baseline fields and returns them to the state they were in before the baseline was set. In other words, the fields return to displaying NA for baseline data.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Viewing Baselines (part 2) - Formatting the Gantt Chart to Display the Baseline
Although the default Gantt Chart view doesn't display the baseline, you can reformat the view to display the baseline at any time.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Viewing Baselines (part 1) - Tracking Gantt View and the Variance Table
Project includes predefined views and tables to display the baseline. One such view, which is formatted to display the baseline, is the Tracking Gantt view.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Understanding and Setting Baselines
Before you set a baseline, it's important to understand what a baseline is and what fields are incorporated into the baseline plan. In this section, you'll also learn how to set a baseline.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Strategic Importance of Project 2010
Understanding that Project is an enabling tool to support project-type activities is important. It's also important to understand not only where your projects come from but their strategic relevance to your organization.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating a SmartArt Graphic (part 2) - Apply a Customized Animation to a SmartArt Graphic, Reverse the Order of a SmartArt Graphic Animation
Click the Add Animations button, and then click the animation you want, or one of the More commands to display additional effects.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating a SmartArt Graphic (part 1) - Animate a SmartArt Graphic
SmartArt graphics allow you to create diagrams that convey processes or relationships. You can add animation to a SmartArt graphic to show information in phases on a slide one at a time or with special animation effects.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Coordinating Multiple Animations (part 2) - Set Time Between Animations,Modify an Animation
In the Animation Order list, click the list arrow of the animation to which you want to add a sound, and then click Effect Options.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Coordinating Multiple Animations (part 1) - Work with Multiple Animations, Modify the Animation Order
The Animation task pane helps you keep track of your animations by listing all animated objects in a single location. Use these lists if your slides contain more than one animation, because they help you determine how the animations will work together.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Collecting and Researching Information - Inserting Documents and Files (part 3) - Inserting a Scanner Printout on a Page
Scanning paper-based documents into OneNote is also an effective way to preserve sole-surviving copies of important documents, such as purchase receipts, signed legal forms, or contracts.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Collecting and Researching Information - Inserting Documents and Files (part 2) - Inserting a File Printout on a Page
Although this might seem limiting compared with importing an actual copy of a file, this option has two benefits. First, the layout and appearance of the original file is preserved perfectly, much like a PDF document would appear on your screen.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Collecting and Researching Information - 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 : Collecting and Researching Information - Working with Links (part 2) - Creating a Link from a Picture, Modifying a Link in Your Notes
Quite similar to making text clickable, you can also format a picture, a scanned image, or a screen clipping to contain a link that points to a website.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Collecting and Researching Information - Working with Links (part 1) - Creating a Link from Typed Text
While typing notes on a page in your notebook, you can quickly and easily have OneNote create a hyperlink by including certain parts of a link URL (short for uniform resource locator, better known as a web address that you type into a web browser).
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Your Own Databases and Tables - Working with Field Properties (part 5) - The Lookup Wizard
You can select Lookup Wizard as a field’s data type. The Lookup Wizard guides you through the steps to create a list of values from which you can choose. You can select the values from a table or a query, or you can create a list of your own values.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Your Own Databases and Tables - Working with Field Properties (part 4)
The Input Mask Wizard is available only if you selected the Additional Wizards component during Access setup. If you did not select this component and then you try to open the Input Mask Wizard, Access prompts you to install the option on-the-fly the first time you use it.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Your Own Databases and Tables - Working with Field Properties (part 3)
Assigning a Default Value property to a field causes a specified value to be filled in for the field in new records. Setting a commonly used value as the Default Value property facilitates the data entry process.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Your Own Databases and Tables - Working with Field Properties (part 2)
The Format property enables you to customize the way Access displays and prints numbers, dates, times, and text. You can select a predefined format or create a custom format.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Your Own Databases and Tables - Working with Field Properties (part 1)
A primary key is a field or a combination of fields in a table that uniquely identifies each row in the table (for example, the OrderID). The most important index in a table is called the Primary Key index; it ensures uniqueness of the fields that make up the index and also gives the table a default order.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Your Own Databases and Tables - Using Indexes to Improve Performance
Indexes improve performance when you’re searching, sorting, or grouping on a field or fields. Primary key indexes are used to maintain unique values for records.
 
 
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