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The Zoom Tool In Word 2007

Zoom in or out with Word 2007

There are several ways Word 2007 lets you zoom in or zoom out on documents: the first way to zoom in or out is to use the zoom slider located in the bottom right corner of Microsoft Word’s main window: by default, your documents are zoomed at 100% – in other words, the document is shown in real size, without any actual zoom.

Zoom in/out or reset the zoom from using the Word 2007 ribbon

Named zoom factors in Word 2007

Word 2007 also includes “named zoom factors” in the Zoom dialog: namely, these are Page width (which will zoom the document to make it fit the entire width of the Word window); Text width (which will automatically zoom in (or out) until the left and right text boundaries are lined up with the border of your Word 2007 window); and finally Whole page, which will zoom out of the document until the entire height of the current page is visible inside your Word 2007 window:

Note that the following named zoom factors are also available directly from the ribbon: One Page (zoom out to show the entire page in all its height), Two Pages (show the same zoom factor as One Page, but show two pages side by side), and Page Width (zoom in to make your document page as wide as permitted by the size of the Word 2007 window). Named zooms in Word 2007 are just shortcuts to various zoom levels, and you can still access them manually, using any one of the zooming methods we outline in this tutorial.

Using the mouse to zoom in Word 2007

Here is a quick tip to close this Word 2007 tutorial on zooming: to zoom in or out fast, hold down the control key on your keyboard ( Ctrl), and scroll the wheel of your mouse. To zoom in, scroll up with the mouse wheel, while holding the Ctrl key pressed down; to zoom out of your document, follow the same steps, and move your mouse wheel down, as if you were scrolling down, still with the Ctrl key held down!

Since each of the mouse “thumps” corresponds to an increment (or decrement) of 10%, Ctrl-scroll 9 times down to zoom out to the minimum of 10% (shown on the screenshot above), and ctrl-scroll back up 9 times to reset the zoom. Since Word 2007 lets you zoom in up to 500% of the original document size, this means that you can view your document, with maximum zoom on, 50-times larger than it actually is. (If you want to zoom that much into the document, using the status bar slider we mentioned earlier would be easier than scrolling up while holding down the control key.)

Table Tool Enhancements In Word 2013

All versions of Word have given users the ability to arrange text into a Table format – an ideal way to present information in the form of a list with defined Rows, Columns and Cells. However, making structural changes to a Table, like adding additional Rows and Columns to an existing Table, has always meant making sure that your cursor was in the proper Row or Column and then taking a trip with your mouse to the top of the screen to use the various Insert Row and Column tools provided on the Table Tools Layout tab as pictured below:

Now, these tools were not difficult to use, but they were out of the way when you were working in a Table and you had to keep moving your mouse to the top of the screen. Also, if you were not aware of what Row or Column your cursor was in at the time you used one of the buttons, you’d end up with the new Row or Column in the wrong position in your Table.

This makes it faster and more intuitive to add the new Rows and Columns you need without having to move your mouse out of the Table and up to the Ribbons.

The other Table tools that have been enhanced are the tools that let you enhance the thickness, color or style of borders in your Tables. In past versions of Word, you’d first have to select the Rows, Columns or Cells whose borders you wished to enhance and then use the drop down menu from the Borders button and make the correct choice of which Border (top, bottom, outside, inside, etc.) you wished to enhance. This menu was easy to misinterpret and you’d end up with an incorrect border choice that you’d have to undo and try again:

Or, you could have used this menu to open the Borders & Shading dialog box, which was also a non-intuitive and time consuming box to work with:

First, the Border Painter. In order to use this tool, you must first be in an existing Table so the Table tools contextual tabs are present. Then on the Table Tools Design tab, select the style, color and weight (thickness) of your desired Border Style. This automatically turns on the Border Painter as pictured below:

Your mouse pointer will now look like a pen, and you simply drag your mouse over the borders you wish to enhance and they will acquire the border style you want as pictured below:

You will then see a palette of existing Border Styles as well as Recently Used Custom Border Styles. All you need to do is select the Border Style you wish to reproduce. Your mouse pointer will then look like a pen, and you can copy the selected Border Style over any additional Border segments you wish to enhance.

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War3Hk Tool 5.0.5 / 6.3

Pass giải nén :

Hướng dẫn sử dụng : Nằm trong thư mục bạn download

Các chức năng mà tool hỗ trợ:

+/ Bạn nào muốn dùng Tab bật file chúng tôi và sửa cho item slot tương ứng ví dụ iTem7=TabBật lại tool bạn sẽ thấy tab button được nhận ở vị trí iTem numpad7

-/AutoCast & SelfCastĐiền hotkey của skill cho hero rồi tích AutoCast hoặc SelfCast Ví dụ: Viper điền C vào ô Skill 1 HotKey sau đó check AutoCast, trong game bận nhấn đúp nút C thì Viper sẽ Tự động nhấn chuột phải vào skill 1 OmniKnight thì điền R và check SeftCasttrong game bận nhấn đúp nút R thì hero sẽ tự buff phép vào chính mình(OmniKnight)

-/Quick Message (Chạy bình thường không yêu cầu F8): Thêm : “ALL:” ở đầu đê gửi chat ALL mặc định nếu không thêm “ALL:” thì gửi cho Allies

-/Quick Launch: chạy các ứng dụng bạn thấy cần thiết cùng với WarCraft III : Garena,Ghost Bot,… Nhấn nút “…” để thiết lập đường dẫn đến ứng dụng bạn cần nhấn nút “Launch” để chạy

-/WinDow Mode Chỉ cho con trỏ Chuột hoạt động trong của sổ WarCraft III (Tránh văng chuột ra ngoài của sổ) Nhấn Alt + Tab để tắt khóa chuột khi cần bật ứng dụng khác

-/Tắt nút WinDow bên trái : Tránh out khỏi war khi chơi game -/Hỗ trợ CustomKeys (nhấn nút Help để xem hướng dẫn)

-/Dùng rất ít Ram khoảng ~1,6mb đến ~2 mb

-/Chỉ 1 file duy nhất và rất nhẹ

PS:Nút Close (“X”) giống với nút “Run”. khi nhấn sẽ chạy tool và ẩn xuống system Tray

Change log:

Update 4.0.2: Sửa lỗi khi chơi ở chế độ window mode

Update 4.0.5: New Function : Micro

Update 4.0.6:Xóa Function : MicroSửa vài lỗi nhỏTự động chạy bằng quyền admin trên win 7 nếu có chức năng không hoạt động bạn cần tắt user account control

Update 4.0.7: Sửa vài lỗi nhỏ

Update 4.1: Sửa lỗi quan trọng ví dụ khi đặt Alt + Q cho numpad 7 và Q cho AutoCast thì hiện bảng tắt gameCác bạn nên xóa bản cũ và dùng bản 4.1 mới nhất này

Update 4.1.2: Sửa lỗi nhỏ và làm tool chạy nhanh hơnupdate chúng tôi file voi skill hotkey : Q W E R; special skill 1,2 : D F ; All Shop hotkey is q w e r a s d f z x c v cho dotA 6.68c

Update 4.1.5:Tiếp tục tối ưu Thêm 3 hotkey :-/ Alt + P : Pause/resume game-/ Alt + [ :hiện HP Bar phe mình-/ Alt + ] :hiện HP Bar phe địch

Update 4.1.6:Sửa lỗi cho GUI

Update 4.1.7: Bỏ tự động nhấn F1(để chắc là hero được gọi) rồi ấn hotkey cho Space và WheelMouse vì gây ra bug không dùng được item cho gà

Update 5.0: -/ Không cần dùng hình nền gốc của WarCraft III nữa .Bạn có thể thay đổi hình nền, dùng theme cho WarCraft III mà không gặp lỗi nữa

Update 5.0.1: Fix bug for Space

Update 5.0.2: Wheelup,WheelDown và Wheel mouse chỉ hoạt động khi đang chơi game; đang trong chat room dùng giống scroll page

Update 5.0.3: Fix small bugUpdate 5.0.4: Fix small bug with autocast (can’t use with ulti)

Update 5.0.5: Fix bug with user Who use ALT + QWEASD or ALT + QWASZX

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Power Query Overview: An Introduction To Excel’s Most Powerful Data Tool

Bottom line: Learn how this awesome feature of Excel and Power BI called Power Query will help you automate the process of importing, transforming, and cleansing your data to save a TON of time with your job.

Skill level: Beginner

Video Tutorial

Download the Sample Files

The CSV files I use in the video are available for download below. You will need to extract the files out of the zip file.

Introduction to Power Query

In this tutorial I provide an introductory explanation of Power Query.  You will learn why this is my new favorite Excel tool for working with data, and how it can help automate processes and save you time!

The Power Query Data Machine

I was watching a TV show on how things are made, and they were explaining how a depositor machine worked in a pastry factory.

The basics of a depositor machine are:

You add ingredients to it.

Change some settings.

And it magically creates pastries (cookies, donuts, biscuits) that are ready for baking.

Once the dials are set, the process can be repeated over-and-over again to make perfect pastries every time.  Getting hungry…? 🙂

Power Query works in a very similar way!

You add your data sources (Excel tables, CSV files, database tables, webpages, etc.)

Press buttons in the Power Query Editor window to transform your data.

Output that data to your worksheet or data model (PowerPivot) that is ready for pivot tables or reporting.

If you have used macros to transform your data, you can think of this as a much easier alternative to VBA that does NOT require coding.

Common Data Tasks Made Easy

Do you work with data that has been exported from a system of record?  This could be a general ledger, accounting, ERP, CRM, chúng tôi or any reporting system that contains data.

If so, you probably spend a lot of time transforming or re-shaping your data to create additional reports, pivot tables, or charts.

These data transformations could include tasks like:

Remove columns, rows, blanks

Convert data types – text, numbers, dates

Split or merge columns

Sort & filter columns

Add calculated columns

Aggregate or summarize data

Find & replace text

Unpivot data to use for pivot tables

Do any of these tasks sound familiar?  If so, then they probably also sound boring, repetitive, and time consuming. 🙂  Believe me, I’ve spent the better part of my career doing these tasks and trying to figure out faster ways to get them done.

Fortunately, Power Query has buttons that automate all these tasks!

Overview of the Power Query Ribbon

Starting in Excel 2016 for Windows, Power Query has been fully integrated into Excel.  It is now on the Data tab of the Ribbon in the Get & Transform group.

In Excel 2010 and 2013 for Windows, Power Query is a free add-in.  Once installed, the Power Query tab will be visible in the Excel Ribbon.

You use the buttons in the Data or Power Query tab to get your source data.  Again, your data could be stored in Excel files, csv files, Access, SQL server database, SharePoint, chúng tôi Dynamics CRM, Facebook, Wikipedia, websites, and more.

Once you have specified where your data is coming from, you then use the Power Query Editor window to make transformations to the data.

The buttons in the Power Query Editor Window allow you to transform your data.

Think about some of those tasks you do repeatedly as you browse the buttons in the image above.  Each time you press a button your actions (steps) are recorded, and you can quickly re-apply the steps when you receive new data by refreshing the query.

You can also modify existing queries and refresh your output tables with the changes or updated data.

Data Transformation Examples

Here are a few examples of what Power Query can do with your data.

Unpivot Data for Pivot Tables

My favorite feature of Power Query is it’s ability to Unpivot data.  This is a technique used to get your data ready for the source of a pivot table.  This is also referred to as normalizing your data to get it in a tabular format.

The data might start out looking something like the following.

And you want the end result to look like this.

Here is an article and video on exactly How to Unpivot Your Data with Power Query.

Checkout my article on how to structure your source data for a pivot table if you are unfamiliar with why your data needs to look like this for a pivot table.

Append (Combine) Tables with Power Query

The Append feature of Power Query allows you to combine multiple tables (stack them vertically) to create one large table.  It can do this with multiple tables in one file, or it can pull in data from a bunch of different files/sources.

Let’s say you have a folder that contains CSV or Excel files with report data for each month.  Throw all those files in the Power Query machine, and it will spit out one nice table that you can then use to create pivot tables and charts.

If the data in those reports also needs to be transformed (remove rows, split columns, unpivot, etc.), then Power Query can handle that in the same process.

Once it is setup, all you have to do is hit the refresh button every month when a new file is added to the folder and the rows will be added to your output table.

How awesome is that! 🙂

Merge Tables – A VLOOKUP Alternative

Power Query has the ability to merge or join tables.  This can be used as an alternative to VLOOKUP or INDEX/MATCH formulas.

Let’s say you have this data table of sales records, and you are using a VLOOKUP to bring in information about the product based on the name of the product sold.  Your product group information is located in another table on a different sheet or workbook.

Using VLOOKUP formulas is great, but it can often mean adding thousands of formulas to your workbook.  Which increases the file size and calculation time.

Create Custom Functions

However, Power Query can be programmed to create custom functions.  This gives you seemingly unlimited potential to transform your data in just about any way possible.

It is based on the M language, and most of the functions are very similar to writing a formula in Excel.  This also makes it more user friendly and easier to learn the code.

This new language and set of functions means there is a lot to learn, but I consider that the fun and challenging part.  Plus, employers of the future will definitely be looking for employees with Power Query skills.

Power Query Records Your Steps & Automates Processes

Power Query not only makes all these tasks easier, but it also records your steps so you do NOT have to do them over-and-over again.  It will save you a lot of time if you are preparing the same data every day, week, or month.

It also does a pretty good job of handling errors.  If the structure of your source data changes, Power Query will tell you what step it broke at and allow you to fix it.  This makes maintenance easy and you don’t have to completely redo your process when something changes.

You can use Power Query to get your data ready for use in pivot tables, charts, and dashboard reports.  This is a critical step in the process of summarizing and analyzing data.

The Power Query Machine & Power BI

Well, it can’t exactly make cookies, but Power Query is a pretty awesome tool!  It will save you a ton of time when transforming your data.

Power Query is just one piece of the suite of Power BI (Business Intelligence) products from Microsoft.

If we go back to the analogy of baking cookies in a factory, you can think of Power Query as the first step in the assembly line.  Once the cookies are formed, we then need to bake them (Pivot Tables, PowerPivot) and then package them for presentation (Power View, Power Map, Charts, Dashboards, etc.)

How Do I Get Power Query?

The other nice part is that Power Query is now built into Excel starting with Excel 2016 for Windows.  If you are on Excel 2010 or 2013 then Power Query is a free add-in.

I have a dedicated page that will help you determine if you have the right version of Excel to get Power Query.  It also provides complete installation instructions and the download link.

Complete Guide to Installing Power Query

To give you an idea of the importance of this tool, Power Query was fully integrated into Excel in Excel 2016 for Windows, and is on the Data tab of the Ribbon.  

It is also known as Get & Transform, although the term Power Query is most common.

Additional Resources

This article has provided an overview of the basics of Power Query that should help you understand some of the major features.  Power Query has a ton of features and there is definitely a lot to learn.

I will be sharing more how-to articles and videos in the coming weeks.  Here are a few resources that will help you get started.

How to Unpivot Your Data with Power Query + Video Tutorial

Free Training Webinar on the Power Tools

Right now I’m running a free training webinar on all of the Power Tools in Excel. This includes Power Query, Power Pivot, Power BI, pivot tables, macros & VBA, and more.

It’s called The Modern Excel Blueprint. During the webinar I explain what these tools are and how they can fit into your workflow.

You will also learn how to become the Excel Hero of your organization, that go-to gal or guy that everyone relies on for Excel help and fun projects.

What Do You Think?

If not, do you think it would be useful for you?  Are you doing any of the tasks I mentioned manually right now?

I will be creating more how-to articles and videos on Power Query in the future, so I’m interested to know what you want to learn.

Thank you! 🙂