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Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Track Tasks (part 4) - Displaying Different Views of Tasks
The Tasks List views don't by default display the Reading Pane. If you want, you can display it at the bottom of the Tasks pane so that you don't lose horizontal screen space and obscure task details. Click the Reading Pane button in the Layout group on the View tab, and then click Bottom.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Track Tasks (part 3) - Removing Tasks and Items from Task Lists, Managing Task Assignments
You can assign tasks from your Outlook task list to other people within your organization and outside of your organization (and other people can assign tasks to you). Outlook indicates assigned tasks in your task list by adding blue arrow pointing to a person on the task icon, similar to that of a shared folder in Windows Explorer.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Track Tasks (part 2) - Updating Tasks
Tasks generally appear on the Outlook task lists by start date or due date. You can change the details or dates of a task, or track the progress you've made on it.
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 Access 2010 : Customizing Fields - Creating an Append-Only Memo Field, Creating an Attachment Field
Most database table fields contain dry, factual data such as prices, quantities, and descriptions. You can extend the facts in your tables by creating memo fields, which can contain up to 64,000 characters.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Customizing Fields - Creating a Lookup Field (part 2) - Allow Multiple Selections from a Lookup Field, Draw Lookup Values from a Data List
Select the I Want the Lookup Field to Get the Values from Another Table or Query option.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Customizing Fields - Creating a Lookup Field (part 1) - Define a Field as a Lookup Field
Leave the Hide key column check box selected so the person using the lookup column sees only the values in the field you want him or her to see, not the values in the primary key field.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Working with Linked and Embedded Objects
Linking or embedding information into another file is just the beginning. Linked and embedded objects are incredibly versatile, and this section shows you all the things you can do with them.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking and Embedding Data into Project
Linking and embedding data goes in either direction. Just as a Project schedule can provide information for a status report or presentation, other files can provide background information for the tasks in your Project schedule.
Microsoft Project 2010 : Linking and Embedding Project Data
Project data comes in handy in lots of other programs. For example, a Project schedule shows project status whether it appears in a PowerPoint slide, a Word-based status report, or an Excel spreadsheet.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Visualizing Your Data - Using Existing Data Graphics
In this exercise, you will work with the data graphics that are built into a sample diagram that is included with Visio 2010. First, you will learn how to turn data graphics off, then you will learn how to apply them to selected shapes.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Visualizing Your Data - Enhancing Diagrams with Data-Driven Graphics
A person using a Visio diagram you create can learn a lot about the subject of the diagram based on your choice of shapes, their positions on the page, how they are connected, and many other visual cues. However, if your diagram is connected to an external data source, it can convey so much more information.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Formatting Text Boxes (part 3) - Changing Text Box Rotation, Changing Text Direction, Setting Internal Margins
PowerPoint 2010 provides several types of rotation. You can spin things around a center point (the traditional 2-D type of rotation), or you can apply several 3-D rotation effects. However, the 3-D type is not well suited for text boxes because it tends to distort the text.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Formatting Text Boxes (part 2) - Controlling Vertical Alignment
The vertical alignment is the positioning of the text vertically within the text box. The default vertical alignment is Top, which means that if there is extra space in the text box, it congregates at the bottom.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Formatting Text Boxes (part 1) - Applying Fills and Outlines, Setting Fill Transparency
After you've set the text box's fill to Background, the Shape Styles presets no longer work on it until you go back into the Format Shape dialog box and set the fill to Solid Fill or one of the other fills.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Formatting Paragraphs and Text Boxes - Adjusting Line Spacing, Changing Horizontal Alignment
Depending on the theme, PowerPoint leaves varying amounts of space between lines and between paragraphs. The default blank theme leaves some extra space between each paragraph to make the divisions between them clearer; other themes tighten this up.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Collaborating with Colleagues - Saving Workbooks for the Web
With Excel, you can save your workbooks as Web documents, so you and your colleagues can view workbooks over the Internet or an organization’s intranet. For a document to be viewable on the Web, it must be saved as a Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) file.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Collaborating with Colleagues - Authenticating Workbooks
The unfortunate reality of exchanging files over networks, especially over the Internet, is that you need to be sure you know the origin of the files you’re working with. One way an organization can guard against files with viruses or substitute data is to authenticate every workbook using a digital signature.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Sharing a Document Through Windows Live and Word Web App (part 4) - Using Word Web App - Editing a Document in Word Web App, Switching from Word Web App to Word
You can also move a SkyDrive document to a different folder, copy the document to paste into another document or folder, and rename the file. All this can be done from the menu of options that appears when you point to the document’s name in its SkyDrive folder. To perform any of these tasks, just click the appropriate link.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Sharing a Document Through Windows Live and Word Web App (part 3) - Using Word Web App - Opening a Document with Word Web App
When you access SkyDrive online, Windows Live makes the Office Web Apps available. You won’t see them out there, but when you click a Word document in your SkyDrive folder, Word Web App launches within your browser and opens the document.
Microsoft Word 2010 : Sharing a Document Through Windows Live and Word Web App (part 2) - Working with SkyDrive - Saving a Document in a Custom Windows Live Folder
You can create and manage your own folders on SkyDrive through the Windows Live website. Word also enables you to create a new SkyDrive folder while you’re saving a document to the web
Microsoft Word 2010 : Sharing a Document Through Windows Live and Word Web App (part 1) - Working with SkyDrive - Saving a Document in a Default Windows Live Folder
The following steps assume that you have a Windows Live account. When your new account is ready, Windows Live creates two storage folders for you—one private folder and one public folder.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Inserting Pictures and Screen Clippings (part 4) - Collecting All Future Screen Clippings in One Place
If you want to make the process of collecting multiple screen clippings a complete no-brainer, consider creating a special section in your main notebook that you’ll use as the automatic target destination for all of your future screen clippings.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Inserting Pictures and Screen Clippings (part 3) - Inserting a Screen Clipping with Quick Filing
If you plan to import a whole bunch of information as screen clippings and you don’t want to always first go to the place in your notes where the images should be placed, you can use an alternate way of inserting them.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Inserting Pictures and Screen Clippings (part 2) - Inserting a Picture from a Scanner, Inserting a Screen Clipping on the Current Page
If you have a scanner, it’s easy to import pictures that you don’t already have in a digital format. This is not only a convenient way of importing old photographs, but for scanning business cards, receipts, sketches, napkin scribbles, and diagrams as well.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Inserting Pictures and Screen Clippings (part 1) - Inserting a Picture from a File, Inserting Pictures into Notes
OneNote 2010 does it one better. It matches the ability of a paper binder to keep everything together and take it all with you, but it also lets you easily find everything again. With OneNote, you’ll also never have to worry about one of the scraps of paper falling out of your notebook.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Collecting and Researching Information - Meet the OneNote Screen Clipper and Launcher
This small but useful program is often overlooked for two main reasons. For one, it’s placed in the Windows Startup folder on your computer when OneNote 2010 is first installed (see Figure 1).
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Using RSS Feeds in Outlook (part 3) - Managing Messages
RSS feed messages are much like e-mail messages you receive in your Inbox. You can mark them as read or unread, delete them, download full article content, move them from one folder to another, and delete the items.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Using RSS Feeds in Outlook (part 2) - Managing Folders
When you add an RSS feed, Outlook creates a folder to contain the items downloaded from that feed. You can change the name or location of the folder when you add the feed.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Using RSS Feeds in Outlook (part 1) - Adding RSS Feeds, Viewing RSS Feeds
When your computer is connected to the Internet, Outlook offers a page of Office-related quick links that you can browse and add, or you can add feeds by typing the URL for the feed. To view the list of Office feeds, just click the RSS Feeds branch in the Navigation Pane.
 
 
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