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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Update All Fields in Word Documents

Automatically update every field element (e.G., Table of Contents, Document Fields, Computed fields, etc.) in a Microsoft Word Document in one motion.




In the business analysis, tech-lead part of my job, I tend to create Word documents that can be used in a "template" way. For example, if I have revision numbers, dates, company names, document titles, etc., I'll create document fields and place them in the document instead of the actual value. This way, if I want to recycle the document for a different situation, I only need to modify a few key fields and update the document.

However, Word doesn't give you a way to update all the fields at once. You have to highlight the entire document and then update the various components separately. This includes visiting each set of headers and footers if you happened to use a field like a document title in them.

So, to make life easier for me, I created this little macro that will visit everything in the document and update it. Here's the source code:

Sub UpdateAllFields()
Dim oStory As Range
Dim oField As Field
For Each oStory In ActiveDocument.StoryRanges
For Each oField In oStory.Fields
oField.Update
Next oField
Next oStory
End Sub

Just copy this snippet into your base, Normal.dot. Then, tie the macro to a button on a command bar and you have a one click "Update All" widget!

The next time you want to change something about a document, all you have to do is choose "File Properties", change the field on the custom tab, return to the document and click your snazzy "Update All" button. Presto, new document with different titles, customer names and numbers! With this macro, you'll be cranking out documents faster than anyone . .



Source:-devblog.com .

Monday, June 27, 2011

Microsoft Visio Standard 2010

Product Description

Microsoft Visio Standard 2010

Visio Standard 2010 offers modern and intuitive diagramming tools to transform complex ideas into aha moments and get everyone on the same page with less time and effort. A diverse set of pre-drawn shapes, pictures and templates and new automatic drawing tools make visualization easier than ever.

Simplify Complexity With a Diverse Set of Intuitive, Professional Diagramming Tools

Jump-Start Diagramming
Meet your diagramming needs for IT, business, process management, and more with modern pre-drawn shapes and intelligent templates.

Find and Access the Tools You Need Quickly
Every step in creating a diagram is more intuitive, with logical groupings of features in Ribbon tabs, an enhanced Shapes window for easy access to shapes, and a new status bar that helps you move more efficiently within and between your diagrams.

Draw Diagrams Faster
Whether you're creating a diagram from scratch or modifying an existing one, Visio 2010 helps you add and align shapes easily and accurately with features such as the Quick Shapes Mini Toolbar, Page Auto Size, and Auto Align & Space.

Simplify Large and Complex Diagrams
Add clarity to diagrams using Subprocesses and Containers to group related shapes visually and logically.

Make Your Diagrams Professional-Looking and Appealing in Seconds
Take advantage of a range of formatting tools and design options, including modern shapes and visuals, a rich gallery of themes, and Live Preview.

Model and Monitor Sharepoint Workflows
Create and monitor SharePoint workflows more easily with a new, advanced template that contains SharePoint workflow rules, and supports exporting and importing workflows between Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 and Visio 2010.

Ensure Consistency and Accuracy With Diagram Validation
Check for common errors and support diagramming standards across your organization using diagram validation. With one click, you can validate a diagram against a set of rules to make sure it's logical and properly constructed.

Bring Your Diagrams to Life With Dynamic, Data-Driven Visuals

Gaining a clear and complete view of information that matters to your business requires both a high-level perspective and detailed data. With just a few clicks, Visio 2010 helps you see the entire picture by showing meaningful information and data graphically in a single, always up-to-date diagram.

  • Easily connect your diagrams to one or more data sources including Microsoft Excel, SQL Server, and SharePoint Services, using the Data Selector and Automatic Link wizards.
  • Display real-time data right within diagram shapes, based on conditions you define, using expressive graphics such as color, icons, symbols, and data bars. Then, add a legend to explain the meaning of your data-linked graphics.
  • Keep the linked data in your diagrams up-to-date effortlessly using Automatic Refresh, which can refresh data automatically at specific time intervals you set.

Share Dynamic, Data-Linked Diagrams With Others Through Their Browser

Share Diagrams With Others on the Web
Sharing your interactive, refreshable, data-linked diagrams with others is easier than ever. With just a few clicks, publish your diagram to SharePoint Server. Users can see your real-time information in their browsers at a high level, right on the diagram, or delve into the details--even if they don't own Visio.

They can pan and zoom in the online diagram, follow hyperlinks in shapes, and refresh the data. Diagrams can be rendered in Microsoft Silverlight (high-fidelity) or in PNG format for those who don't have Silverlight.

Create Visual Mashups Using Visio Services
Create visually compelling, interactive dashboards for your audience by combining Visio diagrams, real-time data, and different applications in SharePoint Server. Visio Services and SharePoint Server 2010 integration support visual mashups of actionable data and diagrams for an information-rich visual experience.

System requirements:

  • Processor Required
    500 MHz or faster processor
  • Memory Required
    256 MB RAM; 512 MB recommended for certain advanced functionality
  • Hard disk
    2 GB available disk space
  • Display required
    1024 x 768 or higher resolution monitor
  • Operating system
    Windows 7, Windows Vista with SP1, Windows XP (must have SP3) (32-bit), Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 R2 with MSXML 6.0, or later 32- or 64-bit OS
  • Browser required
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later, 32-bit browser only
  • Connectivity required
    Internet functionality requires an Internet connection
  • Other
    Certain advanced collaboration functionality requires connectivity to Windows Server 2003 with SP1 or later running Windows SharePoint Services.

Multi -Touch features require Windows 7 and a touch-enabled device.

Certain inking features require Windows XP Tablet PC Edition or later.

Speech-recognition functionality requires a close-talk microphone and audio output device.

Internet Fax not available on Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, or Windows Vista Home Premium.

Certain online functionality requires a Windows Live ID.

Product functionality and graphics may vary based on your system configuration. Some features may require additional or advanced hardware or server connectivity. Details at www.office.com/products.

This product includes both 32- and 64-bit versions for a single computer. We recommend the 32-bit version, which runs great on both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows. People who routinely use very large documents or spreadsheets that need more than 2 GB of memory may want to run the 64-bit version, but many common add-ins for Office don't run correctly in the 64-bit edition.


Source:- cheapest-software-store.com

Microsoft Visio Standard 2010

Product Description

Microsoft Visio Standard 2010

Visio Standard 2010 offers modern and intuitive diagramming tools to transform complex ideas into aha moments and get everyone on the same page with less time and effort. A diverse set of pre-drawn shapes, pictures and templates and new automatic drawing tools make visualization easier than ever.

Simplify Complexity With a Diverse Set of Intuitive, Professional Diagramming Tools

Jump-Start Diagramming
Meet your diagramming needs for IT, business, process management, and more with modern pre-drawn shapes and intelligent templates.

Find and Access the Tools You Need Quickly
Every step in creating a diagram is more intuitive, with logical groupings of features in Ribbon tabs, an enhanced Shapes window for easy access to shapes, and a new status bar that helps you move more efficiently within and between your diagrams.

Draw Diagrams Faster
Whether you're creating a diagram from scratch or modifying an existing one, Visio 2010 helps you add and align shapes easily and accurately with features such as the Quick Shapes Mini Toolbar, Page Auto Size, and Auto Align & Space.

Simplify Large and Complex Diagrams
Add clarity to diagrams using Subprocesses and Containers to group related shapes visually and logically.

Make Your Diagrams Professional-Looking and Appealing in Seconds
Take advantage of a range of formatting tools and design options, including modern shapes and visuals, a rich gallery of themes, and Live Preview.

Model and Monitor Sharepoint Workflows
Create and monitor SharePoint workflows more easily with a new, advanced template that contains SharePoint workflow rules, and supports exporting and importing workflows between Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 and Visio 2010.

Ensure Consistency and Accuracy With Diagram Validation
Check for common errors and support diagramming standards across your organization using diagram validation. With one click, you can validate a diagram against a set of rules to make sure it's logical and properly constructed.

Bring Your Diagrams to Life With Dynamic, Data-Driven Visuals

Gaining a clear and complete view of information that matters to your business requires both a high-level perspective and detailed data. With just a few clicks, Visio 2010 helps you see the entire picture by showing meaningful information and data graphically in a single, always up-to-date diagram.

  • Easily connect your diagrams to one or more data sources including Microsoft Excel, SQL Server, and SharePoint Services, using the Data Selector and Automatic Link wizards.
  • Display real-time data right within diagram shapes, based on conditions you define, using expressive graphics such as color, icons, symbols, and data bars. Then, add a legend to explain the meaning of your data-linked graphics.
  • Keep the linked data in your diagrams up-to-date effortlessly using Automatic Refresh, which can refresh data automatically at specific time intervals you set.

Share Dynamic, Data-Linked Diagrams With Others Through Their Browser

Share Diagrams With Others on the Web
Sharing your interactive, refreshable, data-linked diagrams with others is easier than ever. With just a few clicks, publish your diagram to SharePoint Server. Users can see your real-time information in their browsers at a high level, right on the diagram, or delve into the details--even if they don't own Visio.

They can pan and zoom in the online diagram, follow hyperlinks in shapes, and refresh the data. Diagrams can be rendered in Microsoft Silverlight (high-fidelity) or in PNG format for those who don't have Silverlight.

Create Visual Mashups Using Visio Services
Create visually compelling, interactive dashboards for your audience by combining Visio diagrams, real-time data, and different applications in SharePoint Server. Visio Services and SharePoint Server 2010 integration support visual mashups of actionable data and diagrams for an information-rich visual experience.

System requirements:

  • Processor Required
    500 MHz or faster processor
  • Memory Required
    256 MB RAM; 512 MB recommended for certain advanced functionality
  • Hard disk
    2 GB available disk space
  • Display required
    1024 x 768 or higher resolution monitor
  • Operating system
    Windows 7, Windows Vista with SP1, Windows XP (must have SP3) (32-bit), Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 R2 with MSXML 6.0, or later 32- or 64-bit OS
  • Browser required
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later, 32-bit browser only
  • Connectivity required
    Internet functionality requires an Internet connection
  • Other
    Certain advanced collaboration functionality requires connectivity to Windows Server 2003 with SP1 or later running Windows SharePoint Services.

Multi -Touch features require Windows 7 and a touch-enabled device.

Certain inking features require Windows XP Tablet PC Edition or later.

Speech-recognition functionality requires a close-talk microphone and audio output device.

Internet Fax not available on Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, or Windows Vista Home Premium.

Certain online functionality requires a Windows Live ID.

Product functionality and graphics may vary based on your system configuration. Some features may require additional or advanced hardware or server connectivity. Details at www.office.com/products.

This product includes both 32- and 64-bit versions for a single computer. We recommend the 32-bit version, which runs great on both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows. People who routinely use very large documents or spreadsheets that need more than 2 GB of memory may want to run the 64-bit version, but many common add-ins for Office don't run correctly in the 64-bit edition.


Source:- cheapest-software-store.com

Why Office 2010 won't support Windows XP 64-bit

When the system requirements for Microsoft Office 2010 were first posted, we noticed that Windows XP 64-bit was mysteriously absent. We contacted Microsoft, and the company explained that while deciding on which versions of Windows to support in the next release of Office, it weighed the user experience behind the versions against broadly dropping support.

"For the Microsoft Office 2010 release, we will not support Windows XP 64-bit," a Microsoft spokesperson confirmed with Ars. Upon further inspection, we also noticed Windows Server 2003 support was missing. "For the best productivity and user experience, the benefits of 64-bit computing with Office 2010 is best experienced by utilizing the newly introduced 64-bit version of Office 2010 with Windows 7 (64-bit) or Windows Vista (64-bit) version." In short, Microsoft does not think the experience will be good enough on its previous operating systems.

For the sake of comparison, here are the supported versions of Windows for Office 2010 and its two predecessors (for newer releases of Windows, older versions of Office may require service packs to work):

* Office 2003: Windows 2000 SP3+, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2.
* Office 2007: Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2. Office 2007 is a 32-bit application that will run on a 64-bit version of Windows, but there may be some feature limitations.
* Office 2010: Windows XP (32-bit only), Windows Server 2003 R2 with MSXML 6.0 installed, Windows Vista SP1+, Windows Server 2008 SP2+, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2. Except for XP, 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows are supported. Terminal Server and Windows on Windows (WOW) (which allows installing 32-bit versions of Office 2010 on 64-bit operating systems) are also supported. Naturally, running a 64-bit version of Office 2010 is not possible on a 32-bit version of Windows.

While this is the first time the software giant is releasing 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Office, and on one DVD no less, it's a bit disappointing that neither of them will work on Windows XP 64-bit or Windows Server 2003.

Frankly, we believe Microsoft would kill off Windows XP 32-bit support for Office 2010, which is scheduled for release in June 2010, if it could. Alas, Windows XP 32-bit is still the world's most popular operating system, so the software giant is grudgingly porting everything it needs to make Office 2010 work on the eight-year-old OS.

Source:-arstechnica.com

New Microsoft communicator application launches on Nokia phones

Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it has launched its first communicator application for Nokia, Daily Finance reports. The application allows mobile and smartphone users to be alerted when another user becomes available and relays the best means of communication, whether it be via phone, SMS or email.

In addition to Microsoft, the unified mobile communication market currently includes DiVitas Networks, a wireless solutions firm, and cellular Agito Networks. While this technology is no longer cutting-edge for computers, the capabilities are endless for mobile management in terms of increasing business productivity or social linking.

"This application really provides a much more efficient way to work with others as you can see if someone is busy or available, and the best way to start a conversation with them," said Ukko Lappalainen, Nokia vice president, Daily Finance relays. "It also meets all of the requirements for enterprise – [it's] cost effective to implement, secure, familiar and reliable."

The application is now available on Nokia models E72 and E52. The makers of Blackberries, Androids and iPhones have all already signed up with DiVitas.

Nokia recently announced that it shipped 21.5 million units during its first quarter in 2010, a 57 percent increase over last year’s same period, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. ADNFCR-2628-ID-19762083-ADNFCR

Happy Birthday Microsoft Project 2010!

Its hard to believe it has been a year already when we announced the Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server 2010 release on the official Project blog: Microsoft Project 2010 has Launched! So much has happened during the past year in terms of customer momentum, partner readiness, solutions, content, books etc. that it would be impossible to recap it all. Instead to illustrate the awesome momentum this release has I will just illustrate recent related announcement and releases in the past 24 hours alone (and by no mean exhaustive), simply amazing:

Microsoft Project for the masses RTMd Today: Microsoft Project 2010 Inside Out (Microsoft Press) Enterprise Applications: Microsoft Project 2010: Top 10 Features (eWeek.com)

An guess what we have a lot more imminent announcements and news you will all enjoy so stay tune to the Project channel!

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I baked a nice virtual muffin for the occasion and I wish you a very very happy Birthday Microsoft Project 2010!

Source :- pmtoolbox.com


Telligent Releases Integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2010

DALLAS, TX – February 15, 2011 – Telligent, a leader in enterprise social community software, is pleased to announce a beta release of its integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Telligent is furthering its integration with Microsoft technologies, enabling companies to leverage best-of-breed social community software with their Microsoft investments. Telligent software is built on a Microsoft infrastructure and is committed to providing deep integrations with and support of Microsoft technologies, from browsers to enterprise search to unified communications.

Telligent's company heritage comes from Microsoft. The company's key technologists, including founder and CTO Rob Howard, hail from Microsoft and understand how important security, stability and enterprise-strength are to the enterprise. Microsoft is a longstanding customer and partner of Telligent, which powers more than 30 Microsoft communities, including mission-critical product communities for Microsoft Windows, Bing and Microsoft Office 365.

The new, highly anticipated integration package for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 provides a unified platform for knowledge capture that combines the best people-centric social community software from Telligent with the best document‐centric collaboration from Microsoft to enable corporate communication, employee collaboration and innovation.

*Empower document collaboration across the organization: Employees can work within the Telligent Enterprise interface to check out, edit and check in documents; interaction is seamless with all the controls embedded within Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other authoring tools. Versioning capabilities enable employees to view past versions of documents and revert to previous versions directly from the Telligent Enterprise UI. Collaborating on documents while also collaborating with people has never been easier.

* Eliminate the employee learning curve with a familiar user experience: Employees accustomed to working within Microsoft SharePoint will feel right at home in Telligent Enterprise with an editing experience that is intuitive across both applications.
* Experience flexible document management with social interaction: Telligent Enterprise integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 simplifies social community and document management configuration. Organizations can connect any media library within Telligent Enterprise to any Microsoft SharePoint document library while maintaining the appropriate level of privacy and security.
* Simplify configuration for administrators: Through quick and easy linking of any Microsoft SharePoint document library with any Telligent Enterprise media library, files already stored within Telligent Enterprise are moved to Microsoft SharePoint immediately and all subsequent additions and changes are captured automatically.
* Deliver insight to employees with consolidated activity messages: Telligent Enterprise integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 consolidates activity messages to streamline Microsoft SharePoint members' visibility into what their colleagues and friends are doing across Microsoft SharePoint sites, Telligent Enterprise groups and other applications connected to the Telligent platform.
* Partner with a technology leader committed to integration with Microsoft technologies: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 integration builds on Telligent's current integration with SharePoint 2007, Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007, opening the door for advanced functions including knowledge sharing through: blogs, wikis, forums, online polls, media galleries of photos and videos, email, synchronized document editing, instant messaging and more.

The announcement of Telligent's integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is a preview of what is coming from the company in terms of its commitment to the Microsoft technology platform. The integration paves the way for Telligent's next step, instant communication with Microsoft Lync Server 2010.



Viewpoints

"This new integration with SharePoint 2010 furthers our commitment to Microsoft and advances our vision of providing game-changing people-centric collaboration," said Rob Howard, founder and CTO of Telligent.

"Our commitment to integration Microsoft technologies helps companies achieve Community by leveraging their Microsoft assets with Telligent," said Wendy Gibson, Telligent CMO. "The idea is to combine innovative social tools with companies' investments in Microsoft and evolve into a true community where employees feel free to collaborate and innovate."




For more information, visit Telligent.com.


40+ Cool Features of Microsoft InfoPath 2010

We are back with another episode of the series of the features of Microsoft Office 2010. Do read our posts on Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Acesss, Outlook, Visio, Publisher and OneNote. In this episode, we will tell you about the cool and awesome features of Microsoft InfoPath 2010. Microsoft Office InfoPath is an application which allows you to develop XML-based data entry forms, which was released as part of Microsoft Office 2007.

InfoPath’s ability to author and view XML documents with one to many links among different data groups are the main features of Microsoft Office InfoPath. Microsoft InfoPath 2010 is divided into two parts with respect to applications which are Microsoft InfoPath Designer 2010 and Microsoft InfoPath Filler 2010.Follwing is some of the outstanding features of Microsoft Office InfoPath 2010:

Text Box

By using this feature you can allow users to enter text. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Controls.

By using this feature you can allow users to enter text. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Controls.

Person /Group Picker

By using this feature you can allow your users to pick any person or group from SharePoint list. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Controls.

By using this feature you can allow your users to pick any person or group from SharePoint list. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Controls.

Add Rule

You can validate form data, apply conditional formatting, switch views or set a field’s value by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Rules.

You can validate form data, apply conditional formatting, switch views or set a field’s value by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Rules.

Manage Rules

You can create or manage rules by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Rules.

You can create or manage rules by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group of Rules.

Single Column Table

You can insert a single column table in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Tables.

You can insert a single column table in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Tables.

Two Columns Table

You can insert double column table in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Tables.

You can insert double column table in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Tables.

Four Columns Table

You can insert four columns table in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Tables.

You can insert four columns table in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Tables.

Picture

By using this feature you can insert any picture in your file. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Illustrations.

By using this feature you can insert any picture in your file. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Illustrations.

Horizontal Line

You can insert a horizontal dividing line in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Page Format.

You can insert a horizontal dividing line in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Insert and under the group of Page Format.

New View

You can create a new view in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Views.

You can create a new view in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Views.

Delete Current View

You can delete the current view of your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Views.

You can delete the current view of your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Views.

Page Layout Templates

You can insert table templates or custom templates by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Page Layout Templates.

You can insert table templates or custom templates by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Page Layout Templates.

Themes

You can apply themes on your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Themes.

You can apply themes on your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Themes.

Header / Footer

You can add or edit header or footer in your document by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Headers.

You can add or edit header or footer in your document by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group of Headers.

Refresh Fields

You can show the data connection wizard to update or change the main data source for your form by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group of Form Data.

You can show the data connection wizard to update or change the main data source for your form by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group of Form Data.

Resource Files

You can select files to package with the form template that may be used as data source or data connection by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group of Form Data.

You can select files to package with the form template that may be used as data source or data connection by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group of Form Data.

Show Fields

You can show the field task pane from which you can manage your data, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group of Form Data.

You can show the field task pane from which you can manage your data, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group of Form Data.

Import from Web Service

You can create a connection to import data by using a web service, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

You can create a connection to import data by using a web service, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

Import from SharePoint List

You can create a connection to import data by using a SharePoint list, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

You can create a connection to import data by using a SharePoint list, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

Import from SharePoint Server

You can create a connection to import data by using a SharePoint server connection, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

You can create a connection to import data by using a SharePoint server connection, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

Import from Database

You can create a connection to import data by using a database, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

You can create a connection to import data by using a database, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

Import from XML File

You can create a connection to import data by using a XML file, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

You can create a connection to import data by using a XML file, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Get External Data.

To Email

You can configure any form to submit data to an email address or distribution list by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

You can configure any form to submit data to an email address or distribution list by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

To SharePoint Library

You can configure any form to submit data to a SharePoint library by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

You can configure any form to submit data to a SharePoint library by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

To Web Service

You can configure any form template to submit data by using web service, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

You can configure any form template to submit data by using web service, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

To SharePoint Server Connection

You can configure any form template to submit data by using SharePoint server connection, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

You can configure any form template to submit data by using SharePoint server connection, by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

Submit Options

You can manage the submit settings for the form by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

You can manage the submit settings for the form by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Submit Form.

Form Load

You can create rules that will run when form is opened by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Rules.

You can create rules that will run when form is opened by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Rules.

Rules Inspector

You can view the details of all the rules in this form template by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Rules.

You can view the details of all the rules in this form template by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Data and under the group Rules.

Language

You can select any programming language in which you want to do work by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Code.

You can select any programming language in which you want to do work by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Code.

Code Editor

You can open Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for applications to write or edit code in the form in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Code.

You can open Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for applications to write or edit code in the form in your file by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Code.

Loading Event

You can write code that runs when the form is loaded by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Events.

You can write code that runs when the form is loaded by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Events.

View Switched Event

You can write a code that run when a new view is activated by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Events.

You can write a code that run when a new view is activated by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Events.

COM Add Ins

You can manage COM Add-Ins by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Add-Ins.

You can manage COM Add-Ins by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Developer and under the group Add-Ins.

View Gridlines

You can turn on gridlines in your document by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Layout and under the group Table.

You can turn on gridlines in your document by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Layout and under the group Table.

Table Properties

By using this feature you can view or manage the table properties in your document. You can use this feature from the tab of Layout and under the group Table.

By using this feature you can view or manage the table properties in your document. You can use this feature from the tab of Layout and under the group Table.

View Properties

By using this feature you can view or manage the view properties in your document. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group Views.

By using this feature you can view or manage the view properties in your document. You can use this feature from the tab of Page Design and under the group Views.

Preview

You can preview the form which is in your document by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group Form.

You can preview the form which is in your document by using this feature. You can use this feature from the tab of Home and under the group Form.

Publish Form

You can publish your form on a specified location by using this feature. You can use this option by selecting File > Info > Publish Your Form.

You can publish your form on a specified location by using this feature. You can use this option by selecting File > Info > Publish Your Form.

Design Checker

This feature will help you to find incompatibilities in your form. You can use this option by selecting File > Info > Design Checker.

This feature will help you to find incompatibilities in your form. You can use this option by selecting File > Info > Design Checker.

Publish Form to a SharePoint Server

You can publish your form to a SharePoint server by using this feature. You can use this option by selecting File > Publish > SharePoint Server.

You can publish your form to a SharePoint server by using this feature. You can use this option by selecting File > Publish > SharePoint Server.


If you want to learn about the new and cool features of Microsoft Office 2010 then do read our posts on Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Acesss, Outlook, Visio, Publisher and OneNote.


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Office 2010 - Changes in Microsoft Publisher 20

This article lists changes in Microsoft Publisher 2010 since Microsoft Office Publisher 2007.

Office 2010 Logo

Changes in Microsoft Publisher 2010 - What’s new

This section highlights new features in Publisher 2010.

The ribbon

  • The ribbon, part of the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface (UI), was designed to optimize key Publisher scenarios to make them easier to use. The ribbon in Publisher 2010 provides quicker access to all the commands and allows for easier future additions and customizations. You can also customize the ribbon. For example, you can create custom tabs and custom groups to contain frequently used commands. To help maximize the note-taking space on the page, the ribbon can also be hidden while writing.

Backstage view

  • The Microsoft Office Backstage is part of the Fluent UI and a companion feature to the ribbon. The Backstage view, which can be accessed from the File tab, helps you find frequently used features for managing your Publisher 2010 files. (The File tab replaces the Microsoft Office Button and File menu that were used in earlier releases of Microsoft Office.) The Backstage is used to manage files and the data about the files, such as creating and saving files, inspecting for hidden metadata or personal information, and setting file options.

Simplified, cleaner workspace

  • In the new workspace, users will see object boundaries only when they want them (for example, when they pause on or select an object), and alignment guides when they need them (for example, as they drag an object). Users can also move from page to page quickly by using the new page navigation pane, which displays single-page or double-page thumbnails.
  • Note: The ribbon and the Backstage view are features of the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface, which is a feature of Microsoft Office 2010 applications. This it easier for users to find and use Office 2010 features. For more information about the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface,

Integrated print and preview experience

  • Print and Print Preview are integrated so that it is easier for users to get a more accurate view of what their publications will look like when they are printed. This includes the ability to make print adjustments while viewing the effect of the changes in a large preview of their publication. Users can view multiple pages at the same time, view page boundaries, page numbers, and sheet rulers while in print preview, and even view a simulation of a two-sided document as if it were held up to a light — to see the front and back at the same time, as the publication will look when printed.

Save file as .pdf or .xps

  • Users can save files in the .pdf or .xps file format. This feature can be blocked by using Group Policy. Also, .pdf files can be password-protected for an added layer of security.

64-bit edition

  • Publisher 2010 64-bit edition can be installed on Windows 64-bit operating systems, and is backward-compatible with other versions of Publisher. Users can open, edit, and save any Publisher 2003, Office Publisher 2007, Publisher 2010 32-bit edition, or Publisher 2010 64-bit edition file on a computer that is running either a 32-bit or 64-bit Windows operating system.

Changes in Microsoft Publisher 2010 - What’s changed

This section summarizes the feature changes in Publisher 2010.

Improved picture technology

Users can more easily work with pictures in their publications with the following picture technology improvements:
  • Cropping - Users can rotate and resize pictures, crop them into non-rectangular shapes, and preview the images while keeping the picture in the desired size, shape, and location.
  • Replacing pictures - Users can replace pictures by drag-and-drop, swap two pictures in a single operation, and paste pictures copied outside from Publisher into a placeholder in Publisher.
  • Using picture placeholders - Users can maintain placeholder dimensions when a picture is inserted. For example, pictures either too small or too large for a placeholder are automatically resized.
  • Add captions - Users can now add captions to their pictures, choosing from a gallery of caption designs and layouts, and make changes easily.

Object alignment

  • Users can use visual alignment guides to align objects to other objects or text, but can ultimately determine where they want to place their objects. This includes the ability to offset-align an object.

Improved access to templates and building blocks online

  • Users can use templates and insert building blocks of content (for example, mastheads, borders, and graphics) to create professional-looking pages. Publisher 2010 makes it easier for users to access the Publisher online community to get pre-built templates and building blocks, and share ones they create.

Catalog merge

  • Catalog merge, which lets users merge text and images from a database (such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, or Microsoft Outlook) is more easily accessed through the UI. Users will be able to initiate catalog merge at any point while making their publications.

Changes in Microsoft Publisher 2010 - What’s removed

This section provides information about removed features in Publisher 2010.

Web mode

  • Creating new Web sites and Web publications is not available in Publisher 2010. However, users can still edit Web publications created in an earlier version of Publisher. Publisher 2010 does not display a folder of Web site templates, or a user interface access point to change a publication to Web mode. However, users see a Web mode tab when they open a Web publication created in an earlier version of Publisher.

Outdated application settings

  • Users no longer have access to several settings that were available in Tools | Options. This includes changes to the following dialog boxes: Spelling options, Customize, Service options, and several tabs in Options. This also includes removal of or changes to the following in Settings: Show basic colors in color palette, Show TipPages + Reset Tips button, Show underline for merge fields and business information fields, Automatically synchronize formatting, and Use a wizard for blank publications.

Office 2010 - Microsoft Office 2010 Überblick

Mit Microsoft Office 2010 verfügen Sie über vielfältige und leistungsfähige neue Methoden, Ihr Bestes zu tun – im Beruf, zu Hause oder in der Schule, auf Ihrem Computer, auf einem auf Windows Mobile basierenden Smartphone oder mit einem Webbrowser.

Office 2010 - Microsoft Office 2010 Overview

Microsoft® Office 2010 offers flexible and powerful new ways to deliver your best work - at the office, at home or at school. Stay connected to your projects, even when you’re away from your computer, with access to Office files via Web browser or smartphone.


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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Microsoft Access 2010 new feature overview

Microsoft Access is one of those applications you either love or loathe. Some of the features are quite useful for smaller databases, like address books and CD/DVD collections, but the 2GB database file size limitation is constricting. The Office 2010 release of Access offers some improvements that make the application more usable, including reliability enhancements.

This post will look at some of these new and/or improved items to bring you an overall picture of just what Access 2010 brings to the party this time around.


Web-ready database format

The Web is the new desktop in some environments. The Access team took this into consideration and provided a Web-ready format for databases. While previous versions of Access allowed publishing to the Web via scripting technologies to access the data, Access 2010 makes Web publication even easier by making use of the Web Database type.

Macros

Another change to Access 2010 is the inclusion of a better macro environment. Macros function more like SQL triggers. They can be launched conditionally based on actions taken within the database, which not only improves performance, but also can improve the user experience by allowing tasks to be automated.

The Access 2010 Data Macro Environment

Themes

Office themes are supported in Access 2010, making customizations to the appearance of databases much easier and more uniform than in the past. When using a form in Access, you can apply a theme to it, similar to the way themes can be applied in Word and PowerPoint. This will help keep the appearance of your forms unified across the application. Themes can also be applied to reports created in Access.

Groups of fields

Access 2010 changes the way that fields are added to the database by using a better list of fields to insert. The Data Type gallery replaces the Add Field task pane and contains all of the common field types for use in a database. One handy new feature here allows you to add certain groups of fields, called Quick Start selections, as a collection rather than adding one field at a time (Figure B). For example, when you select the Address Quick Start, multiple fields are inserted:
  • Address
  • City
  • Country_Location
  • State
  • Zip

Figure B

Quick Starts allow you to add fields as a collection.
In addition to the data types already available in the Add Field fly-out, you can add your own to the list. You can save selected fields as new, user-defined data types. When saving fields for later use, you can categorize them under any section within the Add Fields fly-out, with the default being User Defined. Figure C shows the Add Field option.

Figure C

Add Fields from Data Type gallery.

Reporting

Access 2010 allows conditional formatting within reports, showing the information that meets a certain condition or set of conditions. To use or change the conditional formatting rules in a report, open the report and choose the Format tab on the Ribbon. Then, select the Conditional Formatting option.

The Conditional Formatting Rules Manager (Figure D) lists the rules will be displayed. Just choose the field for which you want to add/remove/modify formatting rules. The rules for the selected field are displayed in a box below.

Figure D

Conditional formatting

Expression and Query Builder use Intellisense

Microsoft has included Intellisense in the Expression and Query Builder portions of Access. Intellisense helps complete the field names and other items you might use in these areas. This reduces the margin of error when working with queries and expressions, as well as the time spent looking up the spelling of field names in large databases.

Conclusion

These are a few of the key features I have discovered when using Access 2010. The biggest items by far for me are the macro changes and allowing them to function similarly to SQL Triggers. Access 2010 also seems a bit friendlier than previous versions. Now if only we could get Microsoft to increase the 2GB limit on file sizes.

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Zimbra Desktop, Microsoft Outlook and Standard Email Client Compatibility

Zimbra’s broad desktop and email client compatibility gives end-users better freedom of choice and administrators the ability to protect existing investments because mixed PC, Mac and Linux desktop environments are supported on the same Zimbra server.

Zimbra features compatibility with Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail and other standards-based POP/IMAP/iCal / CalDAV clients. Plus, for maximum offline access to Zimbra Collaboration Server there is Zimbra’s innovative Zimbra Desktop client that delivers a full-fidelity and consistent user experience with the Zimbra Web Client on PC, Mac and Linux desktops.
Zimbra Connector for Microsoft Outlook

The Zimbra Connector for Microsoft Outlook (ZCO) provides real time two-way synchronization of mail, contacts, tasks, and calendar between Outlook and the Zimbra server. It is available for users of Zimbra Collaboration Server Network Edition Professional.

With ZCO and Zimbra, users may delegate access and have granular control of folder and sub-folder sharing. Plus, users and their delegates have access to shared content offline. For more information, please see the Zimbra Outlook Connector Overview webinar.
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Zimbra integrates natively into Outlook
Zimbra integrates natively into Outlook
Features:

* Email, contacts, calendar, and tasks natively sync via MAPI
* Native integration, uses all Outlook UI
* Delegate access to others (folders, email, contacts, schedule)
* Supports both Online and Offline mode, including access to shared content Offline
* Full support for Global Address List (GAL)
* Sync optimized for fastest performance
* Seamless auto-install, tools provided to pre-configure installer with your server settings
* Supports Outlook 2003 / 2007 / 2010

More info: zimbra.com

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Email Presentations Using PowerPoint

With PowerPoint 2010, emailing a presentation has never been easier. You no longer have to open Outlook and attach the presentation. This PowerPoint tutorial explains how you can send a presentation as an email attachment from within PowerPoint 2010. This will work only if your default e-mail program is Outlook, Windows Live Mail, or Outlook Express.

How to Send a Presentation as an Email Attachment using PowerPoint 2010

1. Finalize the presentation that you want to email.

2. On the File tab, choose Save & Send.

3. In the Send Using E-mail section, click Send as attachment.

4. A new e-mail message opens in your default e-mail application (Outlook 2010, in this case) with the
presentation automatically attached and the subject line containing the name of the presentation.

5. In the Outlook message form, in the To text box, enter the names of the email recipients, in the message body, type the message and click Send.

Email Presentations Directly From PowerPoint 2010 - email

A quick and easy way to email your presentations without having to navigate away from the presentation.

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40+ Cool Features of Microsoft OneNote 2010

For the past few weeks we are bringing cool features of different parts of Microsoft Office 2010. This new episode is about the new & cool features of Microsoft OneNote 2010. Let’s start with the introduction of the Microsoft OneNote 2010. Microsoft OneNote is package of software which is used for multi-user collaboration and free-form information gathering. Microsoft marketed OneNote as a companion of Tablet PCs .The best places where it can be used are that where use of keyboard is not important as compared to pen, audio or video notes. Following are the cool features of Microsoft OneNote 2010:

Fluent Interface

The user interface of Microsoft OneNote 2010 is redesigned and it uses the same fluent user interface as of Microsoft Office uses.

The user interface of Microsoft OneNote 2010 is redesigned and it uses the same fluent user interface as of Microsoft Office uses.

The Ribbon

Microsoft OneNote 2010 also has improved ribbon which is a part of fluent user interface. It provides fast access to all the utilities which you want to use and also allows you to additions and customization.

Microsoft OneNote 2010 also has improved ribbon which is a part of fluent user interface. It provides fast access to all the utilities which you want to use and also allows you to additions and customization.

Backstage View

The Backstage view is also a part of Fluent User Interface. This feature helps you to manage your Microsoft OneNote notebook files.

The Backstage view is also a part of Fluent User Interface. This feature helps you to manage your Microsoft OneNote notebook files.

Language Preferences

Microsoft OneNote 2010 allows you to manage language settings , from which you can allow multilingual users to use a single dialog box in OneNote 2010 for display , editing ,ScreenTip Language, and Help languages. You can use this feature by selecting File > Options > Language.

Microsoft OneNote 2010 allows you to manage language settings , from which you can allow multilingual users to use a single dialog box in OneNote 2010 for display , editing ,ScreenTip Language, and Help languages. You can use this feature by selecting File > Options > Language.

File Format

Feature of file format in OneNote 2010 allows you to share your notebook files on the Web, linked note-taking, mathematical equations, and versioning.

Feature of file format in OneNote 2010 allows you to share your notebook files on the Web, linked note-taking, mathematical equations, and versioning.

Store your Notebook where you want

If you want to share your notebook on the Web, want to store it in your computer or want to share with others in the network then this feature will help you a lot. You can use this feature by selecting File > New.

If you want to share your notebook on the Web, want to store it in your computer or want to share with others in the network then this feature will help you a lot. You can use this feature by selecting File > New.

Minimize the Ribbon

You can minimize the ribbon by using this feature. When you hide the ribbon then tabs names will only display.

You can minimize the ribbon by using this feature. When you hide the ribbon then tabs names will only display.

Add New Section

You can add new section in your notebook by using this feature.

Rename Section

You can rename your section by using this feature.

You can rename your section by using this feature.

Email Page

You can send a copy of a page to other people by email. Email Page feature will help you to do this. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Outlook.

You can send a copy of a page to other people by email. Email Page feature will help you to do this. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Outlook.

Add Questions in your Section

By using this feature you can add many questions in your section. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Tags.

By using this feature you can add many questions in your section. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Tags.

Outlook Tasks

You can put a follow up flag by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Outlook.

You can put a follow up flag by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Outlook.

File Printout

You can insert a printed copy of a file on to the page by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Files.

You can insert a printed copy of a file on to the page by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Files.

Scanner Printout

By using this feature you can scan paper documents and insert them into OneNote as searchable printouts. This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Files.

By using this feature you can scan paper documents and insert them into OneNote as searchable printouts. This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Files.

Record Audio

You can start audio recording in a meeting by using this feature .This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Recording.

You can start audio recording in a meeting by using this feature .This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Recording.

Record Video

You can start video recording in a meeting by using this feature .This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Recording.

You can start video recording in a meeting by using this feature .This feature is present under the tab of Inset and in the group of Recording.

Share Your Notebook

You can share your notebook with other people by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

You can share your notebook with other people by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

Recent Edits

If you want to see the recent editing which you have done on notes then this feature will allow you to view with respect to a day or week or any timeframe. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

If you want to see the recent editing which you have done on notes then this feature will allow you to view with respect to a day or week or any timeframe. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

Find by Author

You can find notes of a particular writer by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

You can find notes of a particular writer by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

Hide Author

You can hide authors of notes by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

You can hide authors of notes by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of Shared Notebook.

Notebook Recycle Bin

This feature allows you to recover sections or pages which were deleted by you in the past .This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of History.

This feature allows you to recover sections or pages which were deleted by you in the past .This feature is present under the tab of Share and in the group of History.

Panning Hand

By using this feature you can easily scroll through the page by using any pen or mouse .This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Tools.

By using this feature you can easily scroll through the page by using any pen or mouse .This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Tools.

Pens for highlighting the text

This feature will help you to point out or highlight any of your important text then use this feature .This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Tools.

This feature will help you to point out or highlight any of your important text then use this feature .This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Tools.

Shapes

You can insert shapes in your pages or sections by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Insert Shapes.

You can insert shapes in your pages or sections by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Insert Shapes.

Writing Space

By using this feature you can remove or add extra writing space in your page. This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Edit.

By using this feature you can remove or add extra writing space in your page. This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Edit.

Ink to Math

You can change your handwritten mathematical expression into text by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Convert.

You can change your handwritten mathematical expression into text by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Draw and in the group of Convert.

Dock to Desktop

By using this feature you can dock your OneNote to the side of your desktop. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Views.

By using this feature you can dock your OneNote to the side of your desktop. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Views.

Page Color

You can set a background color of your page by using this feature .This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Page Setup.

You can set a background color of your page by using this feature .This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Page Setup.

Rule Lines

You can show rule lines or gridlines on the page by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Page Setup.

You can show rule lines or gridlines on the page by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Page Setup.

Hide Page Title

You can hide the page title by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Page Setup.

You can hide the page title by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Page Setup.

Keep Window on Top

This feature will keep the window which you want, on the top position. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Windows.

This feature will keep the window which you want, on the top position. This feature is present under the tab of View and in the group of Windows.

Find Tags

This feature will show the whole summary of tags used across all the notebooks. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Tags.

This feature will show the whole summary of tags used across all the notebooks. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Tags.

Meeting Details

You can insert your meeting details in your page or section by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Outlook.

You can insert your meeting details in your page or section by using this feature. This feature is present under the tab of Home and in the group of Outlook.

Email Page as PDF

By using this feature you can send email your page as a PDF file. You can use this feature by selecting File > Send > Email Page as PDF.

By using this feature you can send email your page as a PDF file. You can use this feature by selecting File > Send > Email Page as PDF.

Send to Word

By using this feature you can send your page to Microsoft Word 2010. You can use this feature by selecting File > Send > Send to Word.

By using this feature you can send your page to Microsoft Word 2010. You can use this feature by selecting File > Send > Send to Word.

Send to Blog

By using this feature you can send your page to a blog. You can use this feature by selecting File > Send > Send to Blog.

By using this feature you can send your page to a blog. You can use this feature by selecting File > Send > Send to Blog.

Save Your Notebook as a PDF files

You can save your notebook as a PDF file by using this feature. You can use this feature by selecting File > Save As > Notebook > PDF.

You can save your notebook as a PDF file by using this feature. You can use this feature by selecting File > Save As > Notebook > PDF.

Save Your Section as Single File Web Page

You can save your notebook as a PDF file by using this feature. You can use this feature by selecting File > Save As > Section > Single File Web Page.

Display Settings

You can change the display settings of OneNote 2010 by using this option. You can use this feature by selecting File > Options > Display.

You can change the display settings of OneNote 2010 by using this option. You can use this feature by selecting File > Options > Display.

Save and Backup of Your Notes

You can customize the settings of your notes for save and backup. You can use this feature by selecting File > Options > Save and Backup.

You can customize the settings of your notes for save and backup. You can use this feature by selecting File > Options > Save and Backup.


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