Product(s): Microsoft Office Access 2010 Audience(s): Business Professional. Date(s): Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 3:00PM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes Event Overview:
If you think databases are hard to understand, you’re not up to date. That may have been true once, but not anymore. Access 2010 makes it easy to manage your data by giving you a set of ready-made database templates. This Webinar will explain the advantages of Access compared to other ways of working with data such as Microsoft Excel.
Join us for this 60 minute Webinar and you will gain a fundamental understanding of the Access Objects; Tables, Queries, Forms and Reports. This seminar will show you the basics on how to create a table and add records. You will also learn how to create a simple Form for data entry, along with creating simple queries and simple reports. Let us take you on this quick tour of Microsoft Access so you can see how easy and powerful it can be.
Product(s): Microsoft Office 2010 Audience(s): Business Professional. Date(s): Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 1:00PM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes Event Overview:
Watch Out Google Apps; Microsoft Now Lets You Create, Edit, and Save Office Docs Online! One of the biggest new additions to Microsoft Office is the ability to use Web Apps to access your work from anywhere. These Apps are lightweight versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote that are all accessible via desktop, mobile devices, and Web browsers Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari.
All of the apps offer enough basic features to work on the go. We think that many of you will find these apps very useful for edits, changes, and even sketching out ideas while away from the office. You can always transfer a document back to your desktop for further tweaks when you return to the office.
Join us in this 60 Minute Webinar where you will learn how you can create, edit, share, and store documents with others in Word, PowerPoint and Excel using Web Apps on line.
Are you researching a move to Office 2010? Make sure to check out the Backstage videos to learn more about what went into the development of Office 2010.
In this short video Antonie Leblond shares some of the goals of the Microsoft Office Team while developing the latest version of Microsoft Office. The Microsoft engineers spent 100′s of thousands of hours developing this new tool and they wanted to provide new ways to express ideas and provide tools to bring those ideas to life. Office 2010 provides more ways to collaborate with others and extends the reach of Office beyond that of your desktop PC with Microsoft Web Applications. Office 2010 had the largest ever beta audience with 7.5 million beta users! 100′s of thousands of users provided feedback to provide real world data.
Join KnowledgeWave and Log On To Learn as industry expert Rafiq Wayani provides four no-fee webinars related to some of the hottest VMware topics. These 60-minute webinar events are 100% free.
Register for one or all of them. Make sure to register now, seating is limited.
Introduction to PowerCLI
Performing Backups and Restores using VMware Data Recovery
Virtual Machines – a comprehensive introduction
Listen to what Rafiq has to say about the video series.
Rafiq Wayani has extensive experience including more than 25 years in IT as Systems Architect, Software Engineer, DBA and Project Manager. Rafiq has instructed in a variety of technical areas, has designed and implemented network and information systems, and is certified across a wide range of platforms and systems, including VMware; Microsoft Solutions Developer, Systems Engineer, Application Developer, Database Administrator, Trainer; Oracle; Novell Netware Administrator and Engineer; and Master Certified Netware Engineer. Rafiq has authored and presented numerous courses in nearly all areas of information technology.
Webinar Schedule for Monday, October 11, 2010
Product(s): VMware Topic: Introduction to PowerCLI Date(s): Monday, October 11, 2010, 8:00 AM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes
Event Overview: VMware vSphere PowerCLI is a powerful command line tool that lets you automate all aspects of vSphere management, including network, storage, VM, guest OS and more. PowerCLI is distributed as a Windows PowerShell snapin, and includes more than 200 PowerShell cmdlets
Product(s): VMware Topic: Performing Backups and Restores using VMware Data Recovery Date(s): Monday, October 11, 2010, 10:00 AM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes
Event Overview: Enable quick, simple and complete data protection for your virtual machines with VMware Data Recovery, a disk-based backup and recovery solution. VMware Data Recovery is your first line of defense for data protection. It’s fully integrated with VMware vCenter Server to enable centralized and efficient management of backup jobs and also includes data de-duplication to save on disk storage for your backups.
Product(s): VMware Topic: Virtual Machines – a comprehensive introduction Date(s): Monday, October 11, 2010, 1:00 PM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes
Event Overview: Improve the efficiency and availability of IT resources and applications through virtualization. Start by eliminating the old “one server, one application” model and run multiple virtual machines on each physical machine. Free your IT admins from spending so much time managing servers rather than innovating.
Product(s): VMware Topic: vNetwork Distributed Switch Date(s): Monday, October 11, 2010, 3:00 PM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes
Event Overview: The vNetwork Distributed Switch (vDS) is a much improved version of the virtual switch or vSwitch found in Vmware Infrastructure 3 (VI3). The distributed switch offers new features, is managed at the datacenter level in vCenter Server, and spans across esx hosts which simplifies administration. Third party developers can create solutions for the distributed switch using the vNetwork Appliance APIs. Distributed switches migrate runtime state during Vmotion migrations and support private vlans
Let us show you how to create, insert and modify custom multilevel lists for numbered headings in longer documents. This can be a very efficient way to organize your information! This 7-minute video will demonstrate how.
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Look at Your Data in a Whole New Way with PivotTables in Microsoft Excel 2007
Product(s): Microsoft Excel 2007 Audience(s): Business Professional. Date(s): Tuesday, September 21, 2010, 1:00PM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes Event Overview:
Grab a comfortable seat and we’ll walk you through a one-hour Webinar on the basics of creating PivotTables. Find out what PivotTables are, how they work and how to create your own. Wondering how to change your PivotTable field settings? How to understand the lingo used in PivotTable reports? We’ll cover all that, too, in one mind-expanding hour. The next time you need to see comparisons, reveal patterns or analyze trends, you’ll know exactly what to do.
Save Time, Work Less: The Power of Using Macros to Complete Repetitive Tasks in Microsoft Excel 2007
Product(s): Microsoft Excel 2007 Audience(s): Business Professional. Date(s): Tuesday, September 21, 2010, 3:00PM (EST) U.S. Duration: 60 Minutes Event Overview:
Do you wish you could find a way to increase your accuracy in data manipulation and get it all done faster? These days, it seems there’s more to do and less time in which to do it, so it’s crucial to find ways to automate your every day tasks. Efficiency will help eliminate your daily grind. With so much information on your hands, it can be painstaking and time-consuming to sift through data and manipulate it to present exactly what you’re looking for.
Macros are one of Microsoft Excel’s most powerful, yet most underused, tools. Many users are familiar with the term but have never learned how to take advantage of all macros have to offer. They might sound complicated; within this one hour Webinar we will show you how to become a more proficient user with automating your tasks. You will be working smarter and faster than ever before!
Date(s): September 27 – October 1, 2010 Duration: 5 days Format: Instructor-led, Classroom training
KnowledgeWave is pleased to introduce MS50322: Configuring and Administering Windows 7. This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to configure and administer Microsoft Windows 7 as a standalone installation or in a corporate environment as a part of a Windows Active Directory domain. It can also be used to prepare for exam 70-680 TS: Windows 7, Configuring.
The contents of the course provide students with the ability to create and deploy images, configure hardware and software, configure networking and backup and restore system information. The course also provides a complete set of exercises on installing and configuring DirectAccess in the classroom.
Location: 30 Community Drive, Suite 5, South Burlington VT 05403 To Register: Click here or call 800.831.8449
Module 1: Installing Windows 7
Module 2: Configure Hardware and Software
Module 3: Configure the Network
Module 4: Sharing and Securing Resources
Module 5: Windows 7 and Mobile Computing
Module 6: Monitoring and Maintaining Windows 7
Module 7: Backup and Recovery
Turn a Picture Into a Watermark
You can turn a picture, clip art, or a photo into a watermark that you can use to brand or decorate a document.
1. On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Background group, click Watermark.
2. Click Custom Watermark.
3. Click Picture watermark, and then click Select Picture.
4. Select the picture that you want, and then click Insert.
5. Select a percentage under Scale to insert the picture at a particular size
6. Select the Washout check box to lighten the picture so that it doesn’t interfere with text.
The picture that you selected is applied as a watermark to the entire document.
You may want to sort by more than one column or row when you have data that you want to group by the same value in one column or row, and then sort another column or row within that group of equal values. For example, if you have a Department column and an Employee column, you can first sort by Department (to group all the employees in the same department together), and then sort by name (to put the names in alphabetical order within each department). You can sort by up to 64 columns.
Note: For best results, the range of cells that you sort should have column headings.
1. Select a range of cells with two or more columns of data, or make sure that the active cell is in a table with two or more columns.
2. On the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, click Sort.
3. Under Column, in the Sort by box, select the first column that you want to sort.
4. Under Sort On, select the type of sort. Do one of the following:
* To sort by text, number, or date and time, select Values.
* To sort by format, select Cell Color, Font Color, or Cell Icon.
5. Under Order, select how you want to sort. Do one of the following:
* For text values, select A to Z or Z to A.
* For number values, select Smallest to Largest or Largest to Smallest.
* For date or time values, select Oldest to Newest or Newest to Oldest.
* To sort based on a custom list, select Custom List.
6. To add another column to sort by, click Add Level, and then repeat steps three through five.
7. To copy a column to sort by, select the entry and then click Copy Level.
8. To delete a column to sort by, select the entry and then click Delete Level.
Note: You must keep at least one entry in the list.
9. To change the order in which the columns are sorted, select an entry and then click the Up or Down arrow to change the order. Entries higher in the list are sorted before entries lower in the list.
10. To reapply a sort after you change the data, click a cell in the range or table and then, on the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, click Reapply.