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    New book: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices

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    We’re happy to announce that Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices (ISBN 9780735627192; 912 pages) is now available for purchase! Written by Exchange experts Siegfried Jagott and Joel Stidley, this book has already received raves from customers for pulling in candid advice and field-tested recommendations from industry experts around the world. You can find the book’s Contents at a Glance and an excerpt from the Introduction in this previous post . We’ve already heard from a couple of customers who had trouble locating the companion content for this book. The files are located here ; you’ll need to click on the Examples link on the left-hand side of the page. (And yes, we’re actively working to make the companion files easier to find.) In this post we offer an excerpt from this book...
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    New book: Microsoft Word 2010 Step by Step

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    Microsoft Word 2010 Step by Step is now available for purchase! You can view the book’s chapter-level table of contents as well as read the Introduction in this previous post . After you purchase this lovely new book, you’ll have access to an electronic copy as well as to online practice files. Through our ongoing anonymous customer survey ( http://www.microsoft.com/learning/booksurvey ) we received many comments saying that accessing the practice files on the companion disc that came along with Microsoft Office Word 2007 Step by Step was difficult. So we’ve moved the practice files to the Web. Simply click the “Practice Files” link in the left margin at the book’s catalog page . Another improvement we made to our 2010 Step by Step books is to include...
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    New book: Microsoft Excel 2010 Step by Step

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    Curtis Frye’s Microsoft Excel 2010 Step by Step is now available! You can find the book’s Table of Contents and very detailed Introduction describing the book’s coverage here . Today we’d like to share an extended excerpt from the book. By the way, via our ongoing anonymous customer survey ( http://www.microsoft.com/learning/booksurvey ) we received many comments saying that accessing the practice files on the companion disc that came along with Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Step by Step was difficult. So we’ve moved the practice files to the Web. Simply click the “Practice Files” link in the left margin at the book’s catalog page . OK, on to our excerpt. Each chapter in our Step by Step series begins with a graphical snapshot of...
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    Windows PowerShell Community Extension project

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    I ran across the PowerShell Community Extension (PSCX) project several years ago when working with Windows PowerShell 1.0. It is a collection of cmdlets that are written for WIndows PowerShell by people in the community. Some of the people who work on the project are professional developers, others are not – they are people who like to write code for fun, and who enjoy contributing to the community. That is the beauty of the PSCX project it is community driven. The first set of cmdlets were great additions to Windows PowerShell and provide needed functionality, as well as some things that were just fun to use. The newest release works with Windows PowerShell 2.0. For today’s Hey Scripting Guy! article , I asked Keith Hill to write an article describing the newest version of PSCX. Check it out...
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    Forefront 2010 eBooks coming soon

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    Greetings! Tom Shinder and I are working on a project that will result in three eBooks about Forefront 2010 products. Each eBook focuses on deployment scenarios and best practices for implementation: Deploying Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server Deploying Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 Deploying Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 These eBooks will be available in the fall of this year. Watch for more information and availability dates! Stay tune in this channel for more information soon. Yuri Diogenes
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    Changing Display Resolution on the fly …

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    Back when I was traveling all around the world and teaching scripting workshops to customers, I was constantly changing the display resolution on my laptop. Generally, when connecting to the overhead projector (or beamer as it was called in Germany) you need to select a lower resolution than the laptop is designed to run at. This ensures the fonts will be viewable from the back of the room. While a low resolution (such as 800x600) looks good from the back of the room, it does not look good up close on the laptop. In fact, many Windows applications are unusable at such a low resolution due to the size of the dialog boxes and problems with navigating around the screen. I always wanted a script I could run when I started the day, and a script to run at the end of the day … or during lunch if I...
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    New book: Microsoft Office 2010 Plain & Simple

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    We’re excited to announce that Katherine Murray’s Microsoft Office 2010 Plain & Simple (ISBN 9780735626973; 448 pages) is now available for purchase!   You can find the book’s chapter-level table of contents and some colorful examples of this easy-to-use, beginner-focused guide to Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, and OneNote in this previous post . In today’s post, please enjoy a deeper look at section 6, “Working with Special Content in Word.”    
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    New book: Microsoft Project 2010 Step by Step

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    Good news! Microsoft Project 2010 Step by Step (ISBN 9780735626959; 512 pages), by Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson, is now available for purchase. You can find the book’s chapter-level Contents at a Glance and an excerpt from the Introduction here . Purchasers of the print version will also receive access to the digital edition as well as to online practice files. In this post we offer an excerpt from the book’s Chapter 7, “Fine-Tuning Task Details”: Chapter 7: Fine-Tuning Task Details In this chapter, you will learn how to: ✔ Adjust task links to have more control over how tasks are related. ✔ Apply a constraint to a task. ✔ Split a task to record an interruption in work. ✔ Create a task calendar and apply it to a task. ✔ Change a task type to control how Project schedules tasks. ✔ Record...
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    RTM’d today: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices

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    We’re excited to announce that Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices has shipped to the printer! This highly anticipated title by Siegfried Jagott and Joel Stidley will be available for purchase in a few short weeks. Contents Part I Preparing for Exchange Server 2010 Chapter 1: Introducing Exchange Server 2010 Chapter 2: Exchange Deployment Projects Chapter 3: Exchange Environmental Considerations Part II Designing Exchange Server 2010 Chapter 4: Client Access in Exchange 2010 Chapter 5: Routing and Transporting Chapter 6: Mailbox Services Chapter 7: Edge Transport and Messaging Security Chapter 8: Automated Message Processing, Compliance, and Archiving Chapter 9: Unified Messaging Chapter 10: Federated Delegation Chapter 11: Designing High Availability Chapter...
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    RTM’d today: Microsoft Access 2010 Step by Step

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    We’re happy to announce that Microsoft Access 2010 Step by Step has shipped to the printer! This book will be available for purchase in a few weeks. Contents Part 1 Simple Database Techniques 1 Explore an Access 2010 Database 2 Create Databases and Simple Tables 3 Create Simple Forms 4 Display Data 5 Create Simple Reports Part 2 Relational Database Techniques 6 Maintain Data Integrity 7 Create Custom Forms 8 Create Queries 9 Create Custom Reports Part 3 Database Management and Security 10 Import and Export Data 11 Make Databases User Friendly 12 Protect Databases 13 Customize Access Introduction Introducing Microsoft Access 2010 Microsoft Access 2010 is a powerful relational database program that includes hundreds of tools you can use to quickly start tracking, sharing...
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    Dino Esposito: “ASP.NET MVC: Your Option and Your Peril”

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    Dino here. Imagine you spent the last three years in a dark cave hidden in the intricate labyrinth of some rainforest. And imagine you had no connectivity for all that time. Now you’re back and you can’t wait to put your hands on the freshly released version of Visual Studio. You used to be a Web developer and you knew quite a bit of Web Forms programming—let’s say you were a loyal reader of my past books. (Thank you!) You open up Visual Studio 2010 and choose to create your first new Web project after three years—big surprise! You have now two options: ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC. It’s like getting a double (and largely unexpected) visit from the stork. You were waiting for one, and you get two. And, worse yet, you don’t know why two. Nor...
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    Carl Chatfield: This week on Projhugger

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    In this post, I continue to annotate the Project 2010 Step by Step outline with information about new or substantially revised chapters, continuing where I left off previously. The 2010 edition is available to order now. Continue reading at www.projhugger.com .
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    One of the great things about TechEd …

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    One of the great things about Microsoft’s TechEd conference is the ability to meet different people. Before I began working for Microsoft, I was a consultant and the people I met at TechEd became invaluable sources of expert information. Now that I work for Microsoft, the people I meet at TechEd become invaluable sources of information about what our customers want and need. A case in point is this weeks Hey Scripting Guy! articles . I heard from several people that they wanted to be able to use Windows PowerShell to write scripts, but that they did not want to learn an entirely new way of doing things. They had VBScripts that worked, but they would like to convert them to Windows PowerShell so they would only have a single scripting environment. Well, you can certainly do that … it is possible...
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    RTM’d today: Microsoft Outlook 2010 Step by Step

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    We’re pleased to announce the release of Microsoft Outlook 2010 Step by Step ! This book will be available for purchase in July. Contents Part 1 Basic Skills 1 Get Started with Outlook 2010 2 Explore the Outlook Windows 3 Send and Receive E-Mail Messages 4 Store and Access Contact Information 5 Manage Scheduling 6 Track Tasks Part 2 Content Management 7 Organize Your Inbox 8 Manage Your Calendar 9 Work with Your Contact List 10 Enhance Message Content Part 3 Program Management 11 Manage E-Mail Settings 12 Work Remotely 13 Customize Outlook Introduction Introducing Microsoft Outlook 2010 Bill Gates’s dream of “a computer on every desktop” is becoming more and more of a reality—many people today work (and play) on computers both in the office...
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    William Stanek: Windows 7 Inside Track: 64-bit and more consolidated info

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    William here. As readers have been writing in to ask me if I could make my earlier posts available in a more portable form, I’ve consolidated many of my Windows 7 posts into a PDF. Read it, print it, share it as you will! Thanks for reading, and I hope you’ll read my new books: SQL Server 2008 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant, Second Edition and Exchange Server 2010 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant . William R. Stanek williamstanek at aol dot com Follow me on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/WilliamStanek
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    Microsoft Office Blog Post

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    Check out the recent Microsoft Office Blog post “ Getting Started quickly with Office ”, featuring our own MS Press title First Look: Office 2010 by Katherine Murray.
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    RTM’d today: Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 Step by Step

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    We’re happy to announce that Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 Step by Step has been shipped to the printer! This book will be available for purchase in July, but if you have a subscription to Safari Books Online, you can start reading it as early as next week. Contents Part 1 Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 1 Explore Office 2010 2 Work with Files Part 2 Microsoft Word 2010 3 Edit and Proofread Text 4 Change the Look of Text 5 Organize Information in Columns and Tables 6 Add Simple Graphic Elements 7 Preview, Print, and Distribute Documents Part 3 Microsoft Excel 2010 8 Set Up a Workbook 9 Work with Data and Excel Tables 10 Perform Calculations on Data 11 Change Workbook Appearance 12 Focus on Specific Data by Using Filters Part 4 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 13 Work with...
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