January 2008- WorkflowOne is a full-service provider of print and promotional solutions. The company has approximately 3,000 employees and is based in Dayton, Ohio. Given its increased reliance on portals as gateways to enterprise information, WorkflowOne needed a way for people to easily find the information and expertise that they need. The company chose Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with Enterprise Search capability, which provides comprehensive search functionality across both structured and unstructured data sources as a preintegrated component ...
January 2008- This paper published by TechGenix presents series covering how one transition from Exchange 2000/2003 to Exchange 2007 Server deployed in the same Active Directory Forest. For the purpose of this paper TechGenix will only install one Exchange 2007 Server, and they will do so by selecting a typical installation of Exchange 2007. Since a typical installation of Exchange Server 2007 installs the Mailbox, Hub Transport and Client Access Server roles on the respective server, one must make sure the following ...
January 2008- In this paper the company takes one through how to perform a transition from Exchange 2000/2003 to Exchange Server 2007. A transition is the process in which one performs an upgrade to Exchange 2007 that is one moves data from any legacy Exchange servers in the Exchange organization to new Exchange 2007 Servers, after which one can decommission the legacy Exchange servers. Its important to note that in-place upgrades from Exchange 2000 or 2003 to Exchange Server 2007 arent supported, ...
January 2008- This paper published by Microsoft explains that scope of a variable is determined at the time the variable is declared. In Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications, the three scopes available for variables are procedure, module, and public. The ?More Information? section of this paper describes each scope in detail. A local variable with procedure scope is recognized only within the procedure in which it is declared.
January 2008- This paper published by Microsoft describes about Microsoft Excel, there is no built-in command that automatically attaches text labels to data points in a xy (scatter) or Bubble chart. However, one can create a Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro that does this. This paper contains a sample macro that performs this task on an XY Scatter chart. However, the same code can be used for a Bubble Chart.
January 2008- This paper published by Microsoft explains about How to Create a Column Chart with Two Y-Axes in Excel. To plot an overlay column next to a stacked column, one needs to stagger the data. This creates data with an overlay series that is interleaved, and room remains for the overlay in the gaps between the stacked series. This eliminates the overlap that results if one chooses to arrange the series as contiguous rows and columns.
January 2008- This paper has reviewed the steps required to create users (in the traditional way) by using the Exchange Management Console. Then, it reviews similar tasks using the flexibility of the Exchange Management Shell to help the user to create one or more users through commandlets. At the end of this paper, the author discusses how to manage some mailbox features at user level.
January 2008- This research paper describes that Office Accounting Express 2007 is the ideal accounting solution for new or existing home office - based small businesses. It helps small business owners and bookkeepers save time on everyday tasks, work the way they want, and grow their business through online sales, online invoicing, and payment processes. The Office Accounting Express 2007 comes with the familiar look and feel of the Microsoft Office system.
January 2008- Microsoft has added the new Office Open XML Formats to the following 2007 Microsoft Office programs like Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 and Microsoft Office Word 2007. A compatibility pack is available to make sure that one can open and save Office Open XML Formats in earlier versions of Microsoft Office. One can install the compatibility pack on a computer that is running Microsoft Office 2003 programs, Microsoft Office XP programs, or Microsoft Office 2000 programs. When one ...
January 2008- Microsoft provides programming examples for illustration only, without warranty either expressed or implied. This includes, but is not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This article assumes that one is familiar with the programming language that is being demonstrated and with the tools that are used to create and to debug procedures. Microsoft support engineers can help explain the functionality of a particular procedure. However, they will not ...
January 2008- As organizations increasingly rely on their Microsoft SharePoint deployments as a means of driving business operations through Web-based collaboration, they look to extend its accessibility beyond the intranet to the extranet. SharePoint often serves as a unified front-end to a range of productivity and collaborative tools for employees on the LAN. This paper aims to assist the SharePoint project manager in understanding the criteria for evaluating a remote access enabler for any SharePoint installation. Assuming ...
January 2008- This article discusses the following topics such as the various pictures file formats that one can insert into Microsoft office programs, how to select the best format for a particular purpose and how to select the appropriate resolution and color depth for pictures. This article provides an overview of the primary uses of each picture format, some advantages and disadvantages of each format, and the options, such as color depth and resolution.
January 2008- This paper explains errors that RegClean utility finds after Microsoft Office is installed. The paper explains symptoms that one may experience when they run the RegClean utility and its causes and finally how to resolve the issue. They have provided the list of application in which one can apply these methods. When one runs the RegClean utility after it installs one of the products listed in the ?Applies to? section, one may experience one of ...
January 2008- This paper published by Microsoft describes that Internet Free/Busy (IFB) is a feature of Microsoft Outlook that allows one to see when others are free or busy so that they can efficiently schedule meetings. Outlook users have the option to publish their free/busy information to a user-specified Uniform Resource Locator (URL) file server. The user can share this URL file server with all users or limit it to a specific set of users.
January 2008- This paper published by Microsoft describes how to convert files from Lotus Organizer to Microsoft Outlook, and some of the issues that one may encounter during the conversion. When one convert files from Lotus Organizer 6.0 or higher, the format that they use to export data from Organizer and import data into Outlook may very depending on the data type that one want to convert. To import an Organizer file to Outlook, one must have the ...
January 2008- This paper published by Microsoft describes how to use the Import and Export Wizard to import text data in Microsoft Outlook, and to export Outlook data to a text file. Using a text file is helpful when the converters provided with Outlook do not directly match the format of the data that user wants to import. Most programs can export and import text files, so one can often use a text file as a common ...
January 2008- This paper from Microsoft describes how to insert an Adobe Acrobat Reader .pdf file or parts of .pdf files in a slide in Microsoft PowerPoint. To insert a .pdf file or parts of a .pdf file to PowerPoint, this paper shows various methods, depending on the version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.
January 2008- Microsoft Outlook supports vCalendar, a powerful approach to electronic Personal Data Interchange (PDI). PDI occurs every time individuals communicate, in either a business or personal context. These interchanges frequently include the exchange of information, such as business cards, telephone numbers, addresses, dates and times of appointments, and such. The vCard and vCalendar features facilitate PDI electronically.
January 2008- This paper from Microsoft company details the functionality of the Group Schedules feature in Microsoft Outlook. Group Schedules enable one to view the combined schedules of individuals, resources or Calendar public folders, and schedule meetings with the entire group or with individual members of the group. In previous versions of Outlook, a meeting request was created and populated to achieve this. With Group Schedules, this grouping can be saved for later access.
January 2008- This paper describes three samples Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macros that one can use to change the letters in a text string to all uppercase, all lowercase, or title case. These actions are similar to the Excel functions, =UPPER (), =LOWER (), and =PROPER (). The paper assumes that one is familiar with the programming language that is being demonstrated and with the tools that are used to create and to debug procedures.
January 2008- Microsoft Outlook and the Microsoft Exchange Client sometimes use a special method to package information for sending messages across the Internet. This method is technically referred to as Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF). The use of TNEF is commonly affected by settings in Outlook that are referred to as Microsoft Outlook Rich Text Format (RTF). Rich Text Format and TNEF are not exactly the same, but they are closely related. A TNEF-encoded message contains a ...
January 2008- In Microsoft Outlook, the Internet E-mail information service stores information that allows one to log on to Internet e-mail server. Outlook provides this service during a typical setup scenario. Internet service provider (ISP) provides the required settings that populate the configuration pages of the Internet E-mail information service. This article describes how to configure the Internet E-mail information service.
January 2008- This paper shows how all Windows Live Hotmail accounts can be used with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 or Office Outlook 2003, regardless of whether a free or paid Windows Live Hotmail account is used. To access the Windows Live Hotmail account with Outlook, one must first install the Microsoft Office Outlook Connector for Windows Live Hotmail. The Outlook Connector enables two-way synchronization of e-mail messages, calendar items, contacts, tasks, and notes between Outlook and Windows Live Hotmail.
January 2008- This paper from Microsoft describes how to change the resolution dots-per-inch (the dpi settings) of exported slides by adding a new registry value for Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 or for Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Additionally, this article describes how to export a slide as a picture. This article contains information about how to modify the registry. Make sure that one should back up the registry before modifying it.
January 2008- The paper is for the users who have installed Outlook with the Corporate or Workgroup option. With this option, one can use Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) services. To determine the installation type, click About Microsoft Outlook on the Help menu. If one has the Corporate or Workgroup installation, one can see ""Corporate or Workgroup"".
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