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- Discover how and why you would configure forests with multiple domain trees and the benefits of each functional level, as well as how to configure and manage different types of trust relationships to ensure users in one forest or domain are granted appropriate access to resources in another forest, domain, or Kerberos realm, in this chapter from Training Guide: Configuring Windows Server® 2012 Advanced Services.
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- In this chapter from Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Visual Basic for Applications Step by Step, you’ll learn how to add loops to your macros. And to make those loops more effective, you’ll learn how to create conditional expressions that let the macro make decisions.
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- This chapter guides you through procedures related to creating, cutting, and copying notes; applying text formatting to notes; creating lists and outlines; changing paragraph formatting; and deleting formatting and items.
- By John PierceFeb 20, 2017
Access databases are made up of database objects: tables, queries, forms, reports, and supporting objects such as macros. In Objective 1.1 from MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft Access, learn how to create a database from a template, and import objects and data.
- By Joan LambertJan 25, 2016
- This chapter from Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Step by Step guides you through procedures related to adding and removing slides, dividing presentations into sections, rearranging slides and sections, applying themes, and changing slide backgrounds.
- By Charlie RusselJun 29, 2015
- In this chapter from Deploying and Managing Active Directory with Windows PowerShell: Tools for cloud-based and hybrid environments, learn how to create and manage users, groups, and OUs; how to filter against the properties of users, groups, and computers to selectively act on the results of that filter; and how to add users to groups and move users and computers into an OU.
- By Joan LambertJul 6, 2017
In this sample chapter from MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft Excel, learn about exam objectives related to presenting data in charts and enhancing worksheets through images, business diagrams, and text boxes.
- By Katherine MurrayOct 8, 2010
- In this chapter from Microsoft Word 2010, you learn about SmartArt, the diagramming tool that is included as part of Word 2010, and find out how to add and enhance charts in your Word document. What’s more, the charts you add interact easily with Excel 2010, so you can use simple worksheet sections or complex calculations as part of the charts you create.
- By Penelope CoventryJan 9, 2008
- In this chapter from Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 Step by Step, you’ll investigate the differences between pages on the SharePoint team site and a Basic Meeting Workspace site, and how to create content pages for both collaboration and Meeting Workspace sites by using SharePoint Designer.
- By Penelope CoventryDec 23, 2010
- In this chapter from Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 Step by Step, learn to use the SharePoint Designer ribbon to add static content, how to change the appearance of a Web page by adding Web Part zones, and manage Wiki pages and Web Part pages by applying permissions, manipulating the versions of these pages, and deleting pages.
- By Curtis FryeMar 31, 2014
- In this chapter from Microsoft Excel 2013 Step By Step, you’ll create a chart and customize its elements, find trends in your data, create a dual-axis chart, summarize data by using sparklines, create diagrams by using SmartArt, and create shapes that contain mathematical equations.
- By Joan Preppernau, Joyce CoxJan 3, 2007
- In this chapter from Microsoft Office Word 2007 Step by Step, you will first learn about saving documents in other file formats. You will then preview a document in Web Layout view, save the document as a Web page, and make adjustments necessary for optimum presentation on the Web. You will create a blog post, register an existing blog account, and then publish the blog post. Finally, you will save a document as an XML file and view its XML tags, and then attach a schema containing custom tags to it.
- By Curtis FryeJan 3, 2007
- In this chapter from Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Step by Step, you’ll learn how to create and edit PivotTables from an existing worksheet and how to create a PivotTable with data imported from a text file.
- By Curtis FryeJun 2, 2010
- In this chapter from Microsoft Excel 2010 Step by Step, you’ll learn how to create and edit PivotTables from an existing worksheet, focus your PivotTable data using filters and Slicers, format PivotTables, and create a PivotTable with data imported from a text file.
- By Darvish Shadravan, Penelope Coventry, Thomas Resing, Christina WheelerJun 15, 2013
- Every business and government entity needs forms that enable its users to input and share information. SharePoint 2013 presents a platform that allows for these forms to be hosted and integrated with many other useful technologies, such as workflows and search. Learn how to create forms using InfoPath, Access, and custom solutions in SharePoint 2013.
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