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Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Understanding and using layers
You can organize objects in a Visio drawing into layers and control various properties of all layer members at once.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Sophistication to Your Drawings - Inserting pictures
As is true for Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and many other programs, Visio lets you import pictures of various types into a drawing. You may want to add a picture of a specific object, a piece of clip art or a general background image—either way, you can import almost any type of image or picture into Visio.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering Options (part 3) - Using the Search Function for Grouped Dates, Using Text, Number and Date Special Filters
If you have a lot of dates in the filter listing, you can search for specific years, months, or dates to include or exclude from the filter. Searches are done on the entire data list, not just the items currently filtered on.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering Options (part 2) - Searching Functions for Listed Items
If you have a long list of items in the filter listing, you can search for items to include or exclude from the filter. Searches are done on the entire data list, not just the items currently filtered on.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering Options (part 1) - Filter Listing for Listed Items, Grouped Dates Filter Listing
The filter listing is probably the most obvious filter tool when you open the drop-down. For text, numbers, and ungrouped dates, a listing of all unique items in the column appears .
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Filtering and Consolidating Data - Preparing Data, Applying a Filter to a Dataset
In Excel and Excel Starter, the Filter button is a toggle button. Click it once to turn filtering on and click it again to turn filtering off.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Charts and Related Material - Formatting a SmartArt Graphic
If your current SmartArt graphics don’t quite convey the message or look you want, you can use live preview to quickly preview layouts in the Quick Styles and Layout Styles groups and select the one you want.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Charts and Related Material - Resizing a SmartArt Graphic
You can change the size of individual shapes within a SmartArt graphic or of an entire SmartArt graphic. If the size of an individual shape within a SmartArt graphic changes, the other shapes in the graphic may also change based on the type of layout.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Charts and Related Material - Modifying a SmartArt Graphic
After you create a SmartArt graphic, you can add, remove, change, or rearrange shapes to create a custom look.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Charts and Related Material - Using the Text Pane with SmartArt Graphics
After you create a layout for a SmartArt graphic, a Text pane appears next to your selected SmartArt graphic. The bottom of the Text pane displays a description of the SmartArt graphic.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Charts and Related Material - Creating SmartArt Graphics
SmartArt graphics allow you to create diagrams that convey processes or relationships.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Working with Resources - Editing an Existing Resource Assignment
By splitting a task, you create a gap between one part of the task and another. This keeps the actual work where it was recorded but enables you to move the remaining work to a later time within the project schedule. When you split a task, all resource assignments for the task are split.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Working with Resources - Adjusting Resource Calendars, Assigning Resources to Tasks
You have a few different ways to assign work, material, and cost resources to tasks in your project. The Task Information dialog box provides a convenient location to identify details about the resource assignment, including the assignment owner and what percentage of the resource will be used for the task.
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 OneNote 2010 : Searching Notes (part 4) - Troubleshooting Problems with Search
The search features in OneNote depend on the Instant Search component in the latest versions of Microsoft Windows. If you installed OneNote 2010 on a Windows 7 or Windows Vista computer, the search features should work as intended without any action on your part.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Searching Notes (part 3) - Searching for Text with the Search Results Task Pane
If you want to use the entire height of the OneNote window to review and filter your search results, you can open the optional Search Results task pane
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Searching Notes (part 2) - Searching for Text on the Current Page, Searching for Text with Instant Search
First, if the Tag Summary task pane is still shown on the right side of the OneNote program window, close it by clicking the X in the upper-right corner of the task pane.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Searching Notes (part 1) - Turning Audio Search On or Off, Turning Text Recognition in Pictures On or Off
If you frequently record audio or video clips with OneNote 2010, you have the option to include spoken words in these clips in your notebook searches.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Prioritizing and Categorizing Notes with Tags (part 2) - Search for Tagged Notes, Removing a Tag from a Note
The real power of tagging notes is the ability to search for specific tags and instantly retrieve the notes that are associated with them. This becomes more and more useful over time, as your notebook grows in size and complexity.
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 OneNote 2010 : Organizing the Pages and Sections in a Notebook (part 2) - Moving or Copying a Notebook Section, Merging One Notebook Section into Another
Another useful organizational tool in OneNote 2010 is the ability to merge one section with another. Doing so will copy all of the pages in the starting section and move them to another section that you specify.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Organizing the Pages and Sections in a Notebook (part 1) - Displaying the Hierarchy of a Notebook on the Navigation Bar
One of the many benefits of your electronic notebooks compared with their paper-based counterparts is the ability to change the structure of your notebook, even after the notes have been created. This is something that you simply cannot do with paper.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Navigating Notebook Content with Links (part 2) - Notebooks list or click the Open Notebook button. Creating Wiki-Style Links to Other Locations in Your Notebook
If you’re familiar with wiki editing and it’s something you plan to do with OneNote, you’ll be happy to learn that OneNote supports the bracket syntax that lets you create navigational links to your pages, sections, and notebooks without using the interface.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Navigating Notebook Content with Links (part 1) - Creating a Link to a Specific Notes Page, Creating a Link to a Specific Notebook Section
When pasting links to pages, OneNote automatically copies the page title into the link text so you don’t have to type it again. It also formats the link in blue, underlined text to indicate that it is clickable.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Reusing existing validation rules
In this exercise, you will learn the answer to the first question by importing a rule set into a flowchart created with Visio 2007. You will learn the answers to the second and third questions in the text at the end of this section, and you’ll learn about modifying and creating rule sets in the next section.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Creating SharePoint workflow diagrams
A workflow is a set of process steps, some or all of which have been automated. For the automated parts of a workflow, documents and files are stored and moved electronically, according to a set of predefined rules, so that they are available to participants as required.
Microsoft Visio 2013 : Creating and Validating Process Diagrams - Creating subprocesses
As you document, define, and refine a business process, you will typically add more detail and additional steps to your process map. At some point, your map is likely to become unwieldy and difficult to read and maintain.
Microsoft Access 2010 : The Linked Table Manager - Move and Update Table Links
The Linked Table Manager is an important tool for working with linked tables. It allows you to move tables to another folder or another drive and then update the link to that table.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Linking to Another Type of Database (part 2) - Linking to SQL Server Databases
In a system where you store your data solely in Access tables, the Access Database Engine supplies all data retrieval and management functions and handles security, data validation, and enforcement of referential integrity.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Linking to Another Type of Database (part 1) - Link to Excel Spreadsheets, Link to Other Databases
With Tables selected as the object type, right-click in the Navigation Pane and select Import and then Excel from the context menu. (Alternatively, you can select Excel from the Import & Link group on the External Data tab of the Ribbon.)
 
 
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