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Microsoft Visio 2010 : Cleaning Up Documents - Setting Document Properties,Removing Personal Information , Reducing File Size
Before you share a Visio document, you might want to change or remove certain bits of sensitive in-house information and reduce the file size as much as possible. The Info panel in the Backstage area offers several functions to help you do this.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Working with SharePoint - Working with Files in Document Libraries
One of the selling points of Microsoft Office is its great integration with SharePoint, and Visio is no exception. In Visio 2010, you don’t even have to go to SharePoint to work with documents in SharePoint document libraries.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Exporting Visio Graphics to Other Formats
If you are working with other desktop applications—especially from the Microsoft Office suite—the easiest way to transport a Visio graphic to another document is to copy and paste.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using Visio Graphics with Other Applications
If you want to use your Visio diagrams in other applications, your best bet is to try copy and paste first. If you are using Microsoft Office applications, this approach usually works fine, but there are some subtleties to keep in mind.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Saving Visio Files in XML Format, Saving Files in Older Visio Formats
Visio drawings, templates, and stencils can be saved in an XML format that is useful for a number of reasons. As an end user, you probably won’t find this capability very exciting, but your IT and Development departments might be interested, so be sure and mention it to your nearest techie.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Setting Up a Slide Show
PowerPoint offers several types of slide shows appropriate for a variety of presentation situations, from a traditional big-screen slide show to a show that runs automatically on a computer screen at a conference kiosk.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Recording a Narration
If you are creating a self-running presentation, you might want to add a narration to emphasize the points you make. PowerPoint lets you record your own narration as you rehearse your slide show.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Adding Slide Timings
Use slide timing features to make sure that your presentation is not too long or too fast. You can specify the amount of time given to each slide or use Rehearse Timings.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Using the Animation Painter
After you create an animation, you might want to apply those same animation changes to another object in your presentation. You can use the Animation Painter (New!) to quickly copy it to another object, just like the Format Painter.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Triggering Animations
You can control when an animation takes place by using an animation timing, clicking an object, or specifying a bookmark in a video (New!). The Trigger button on the Animations tab allows you to select an On Click of or On Bookmark item.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : 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 : 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 : 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 : Working with Links (part 2) - Creating a Link from a Picture,Modifying a Link in Your Notes, Removing a Link from Your Notes
Just below the web address in the ToolTip, you’ll also see the instruction to hold the Ctrl button if you want to click and follow the link from the picture. This intentional link activation isn’t meant to make life more difficult for you.
Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Working with Links (part 1) - Creating a Link from Typed Text,Creating a Link from Selected 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 : Relating the Information in Your Database - Establishing Relationships in Access
To open the Relationships window, you must select Relationships from the Relationships group on the Database Tools tab of the Ribbon.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Relating the Information in Your Database - The Types of Relationships
Three types of relationships can exist between tables in a database: one to many, one to one, and many to many. Setting up the proper type of relationship between two tables in a database is imperative.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Distributing Templates and Stencils (part 2) - Creating a Separate Stencil for Shape and Code Delivery
Having VBA code in a template has the drawback that the code is copied and saved with every drawing that is created. This is not only wasteful, but makes updating the code nearly impossible.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Distributing Templates and Stencils (part 1) - Creating a Template with a Document Stencil
Most Visio templates open several stencils that are separate files. This is great if a template needs access to lots of shapes and stencils. However, for solutions that need only a few master shapes, it makes sense to put these masters in the local document stencil.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Introducing Automation and VBA Code (part 3) - Calling VBA Code from a SmartShape
An interesting feature of the CreateNewNote subroutine is the code used to get and set values from the ShapeSheet. The Cells method takes a string argument that matches the name of a cell in the ShapeSheet. In this way, shp.Cells gives you access to the entire ShapeSheet.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Introducing Automation and VBA Code (part 2) - Using the Macro Recorder to Generate Code
The Immediate window allows you to quickly try bits of code, and the IntelliSense drop-down lists make it even easier to discover functions for Visio objects.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Introducing Automation and VBA Code (part 1) - Exploring the VBA Development
You’ve seen that the ShapeSheet is a nifty tool you can use to turn your Visio shapes into intelligent graphical mechanisms. For some tasks, using a programming language is more appropriate. Luckily, Visio has a built in development environment, just like other applications in the Microsoft Office suite.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Introduction to Relational Database Design (part 2) - Normalization and Normal Forms
Some of the most difficult decisions that you face as a developer are what tables to create and what fields to place in each table, and how to relate the tables that you create.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Introduction to Relational Database Design (part 1) - Rules of Relational Database Design
Each table in a system must store data about a single entity. An entity usually represents a real-life object or event. Examples of objects are customers, employees, and inventory items. Examples of events include orders, appointments, and doctor visits
Developing Custom Microsoft Visio 2010 Solutions : Creating SmartShapes with the ShapeSheet (part 6) - Adding Right-Click Actions to the SmartShape
The notes shape is still missing the two right-click actions : one to open a Shape Data dialog and one to call some custom code. You can set up both of them now and then transition into the section about VBA programming to make the second item actually work.
Developing Custom Microsoft Visio 2010 Solutions : Creating SmartShapes with the ShapeSheet (part 5) - Modifying the Text Block Using the ShapeSheet
You could use the Text Block tool to make the text block less wide, but it would still size proportionally when we stretched the shape and wouldn’t line up properly. The text block needs to be exactly as wide as the arrow subshape. To do this requires the ShapeSheet.
Developing Custom Microsoft Visio 2010 Solutions : Creating SmartShapes with the ShapeSheet (part 4) - Linking Subshape Text to Shape Data Fields
By linking the size and position of the subshapes to user-defined parameters, our notes shape behaves graphically correct when resized. Now we need to attend to the text.
Developing Custom Microsoft Visio 2010 Solutions : Creating SmartShapes with the ShapeSheet (part 3) - Controlling Grouped Shapes with the ShapeSheet
There are numerous reasons to create grouped shapes. If you need multiple text blocks in a shape, or if you need different line or fill colors and styles, you need to group shapes together. Grouping shapes can also simplify programming by isolating different behaviors in separate subshapes, as you see shortly.
Developing Custom Microsoft Visio 2010 Solutions : Creating SmartShapes with the ShapeSheet (part 2) - Creating Smart Geometry in the ShapeSheet
Reading about ShapeSheet theory can be duller than a whetstone in a spoon factory. You will retain more information if you fiddle with it in real-life. So let’s jump in and take it for a spin!
Developing Custom Microsoft Visio 2010 Solutions : Creating SmartShapes with the ShapeSheet (part 1) - Introducing the ShapeSheet
Remember that if you are just drawing with Visio and creating pure graphical symbols, you do not need the ShapeSheet. However, if you want a shape to be smarter than ordinary clip art, you need to understand how it works.
 
 
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