Share your desktop or an open program During the meeting, you can share your desktop, or one or more open programs. 1. Point to . • To share your desktop, click Desktop. The meeting stage displays You are currently sharing Desktop, and the desktop is outlined in yellow. • To share a program, click Program and in the Present Programs dialog box, click the program you want and then click Share. Manage meeting participants Click 2. During a sharing session, a sharing toolbar is displayed at to access the options to manage participants. The the top of your screen. You can PARTICIPANTS tab displays the participant list. hide or unhide it by clicking the 1. pin icon. If you’re a presenter, you can manage participant privileges. Right-click a participant and select Mute, Unmute, Remove or 2. another participant. You can take back control at any time by You can invite additional participants during a meeting. Click clicking GIVE CONTROL, and then Take Back Control. • To invite using their phone number, click Invite by Phone Number. • To invite via email, click Invite by Email. 4. Click GIVE CONTROL to share control of your sharing session with Make an Attendee. ACTIONS. 3. 3. 4. To end the sharing session, click Stop Presenting on the toolbar. Share a PowerPoint presentation 1. Point to . 2. Click PowerPoint. In the Select the PowerPoint you want to To hide participant names in videos or pictures, click Hide present dialog box, click Browse to select and open the People’s Names. presentation to share. To mute all the participants simultaneously, click Mute Audience. 3. Move through the slides by using the arrows below the meeting stage. Click THUMBNAILS to select a specific slide, and NOTES to see presenter notes. 4. Click on the upper right corner of a slide to display the annotation toolbar, to use tools such as highlighters, stamps, and laser pointer. 5. The presentation can have embedded hyperlinks. Before you click
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Your Logo Poster Title Goes Here: Exactly As Was Submitted on Abstract Author1, AB; Author2 CD; Author3 EF Departments (sometimes superscripts are used on author names to match with different departments) NAME OF INSTITUTION(S) Section 1 This is usually the Introduction or Rationale. But, sometimes the instructions are to put an Abstract here. Try to keep this no more than a short paragraph, two max. Click here to reveal the text box. Start by figuring out how wide your poster should be for this meeting. Adjust columns accordingly. Section 2 These blue section headers are a text box inside a shape box. Stretch both to fit the text, and keep the text box centered horizontally and vertically in the shape. You can also change the color of the boxes. Section 3 Section 3 Often this is the Results section – the meat of your work. Remember, a poster is not a “manuscript on the wall.” Avoid making the poster too text-heavy. Ways to do this include: • Use bulleted lines • Use as few words as possible to make the point • Add images or graphs or tables • Present the most important findings, not necessarily every finding. • Don’t be too afraid of white spaces • xx Insert a shape or text box for added interest and highlighting Section 4 Usually Summary , Conclusions, or Significance go here Sometimes “Next Steps” or “Future Plans” Click here to reveal the text box. We recommend a sans serif font: (no tails on the letters) Arial, Calibri, Microsoft Sans Serif rather than a serif font (tails) Times New Roman Click here to reveal the text box. Often this is the Methods section – tell your audience what you did. • • • Use bulleted lines Make it easy for the readers Not too much heavy-text reading. Click here to reveal the text box. Go to View- Gridlines, to snap on gridlines to help with centering If appropriate and possible, present some of your findings in an image . This adds visual interest and helps tell the story of your work. Visitors to your poster do not want to read too much; they want to ‘get the story fast.’ Here is an extra text box, if you need one somewhere. Grab it and move it where you need it. Click here to reveal the text box. Click here to reveal the text box. Name your funding or sponsor source here. Add their Logos if you like. This poster template brought to you by pedi.edtech, faculty development program in Pediatrics, University of Texas Medical Branch sponsored by US Dept. Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration.
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Poster Title Goes Here: Exactly As Was Submitted on Abstract Author1, AB; Author2 CD; Author3 EF Your Logo Departments (sometimes superscripts are used on author names to match with different departments) The University of Texas Medical Branch Section 1 This is usually the Introduction or Rationale. But, sometimes the instructions are to put an Abstract here. Try to keep this no more than a short paragraph, two max. Click here to reveal the text box. Start by figuring out how wide your poster should be for this meeting. Adjust columns accordingly. Section 2 These blue section headers are a text box inside a shape box. Stretch both to fit the text, and keep the text box centered horizontally and vertically in the shape. You can also change the color of the boxes. Section 3 Section 3 Often this is the Results section – the meat of your work. Remember, a poster is not a “manuscript on the wall.” Avoid making the poster too text-heavy. Ways to do this include: • Use bulleted lines • Use as few words as possible to make the point • Add images or graphs or tables • Present the most important findings, not necessarily every finding. • Don’t be too afraid of white spaces • xx Insert a shape or text box Section 4 Usually Summary , Conclusions, or Significance go here Sometimes “Next Steps” or “Future Plans” Click here to reveal the text box. We recommend a sans serif font: (no tails on the letters) Arial, Calibri, Microsoft Sans Serif for added interest and highlighting Click here to reveal the text box. Often this is the Methods section – tell your audience what you did. • • • Use bulleted lines Make it easy for the readers Not too much heavy-text reading. Click here to reveal the text box. Go to View- Gridlines, to snap on gridlines to help with centering If appropriate and possible, present some of your findings in an image . This adds visual interest and helps tell the story of your work. Visitors to your poster do not want to read too much; they want to ‘get the story fast.’ Here is an extra text box, if you need one somewhere. Grab it and move it where you need it. Click here to reveal the text box. Click here to reveal the text box. Name your funding or sponsor source here. Add their Logos if you like. This poster template brought to you by pedi.edtech, faculty development program in Pediatrics, sponsored by US Dept. Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration.
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Beginning 1 Developing 2 Accomplished 3 Exemplary 4 Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting a beginning level of performance. Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting development and movement toward mastery of performance. Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting mastery of performance. Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting the highest level of performance. Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting a beginning level of performance. Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting development and movement toward mastery of performance. Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting mastery of performance. Description of identifiable performance characteristics reflecting the highest level of performance.   Stated Objective or Performance     Stated Objective or Performance     Score
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Recording and Play back Lync recording captures audio, video, instant messaging (IM), application sharing, PowerPoint presentations, and whiteboard. 1. Click More options in the meeting, and then click Start Recording. 2. Share your desktop or a program During a Lync Meeting, you can share your desktop, or a specific program. 1. Pause on the presentation (monitor) icon. 2. On the Present tab: • Click Desktop to show the entire content of your desktop. Use the controls at the bottom of the meeting room to pause, resume, • Click Program, and double-click the program you want. or stop the recording. 3. After the recording is stopped, Lync automatically saves it in a format 3. Click Give Control on the sharing toolbar at the top of the screen to share control of your sharing session with another participant. 4. You can take control back at any time by clicking Give Control, and then Take back control. 5. When you have finished presenting, click Stop Presenting on the toolbar. that plays in Windows Media Player and Zune. 5. Click Manage Recordings on the More Options menu, and highlight the recording to play, rename or delete. 6. You can also click Browse to go to the location the recording and make a copy of the file to post on a shared location for others to Manage participants view. 1. 2. 3. Pause on the people icon to manage participants individually or as a group. Under the Participants tab, right-click a person’s name and use the options to mute, unmute, remove, etc. Share a PowerPoint presentation 1. Pause on the presentation (monitor) icon. 2. On the Present tab, click PowerPoint, and upload the file in the meeting. 3. To move the slides, click Thumbnails, and click the slide you want to show, or use the arrows at the bottom of the meeting room. 4. To see your presenter notes, click Notes. 5. Click the Annotations button on the upper-right side of the slide to open the toolbar, and then use highlights, stamps, laser pointer, and so on. Click the Actions tab, then: • Invite More People to add participants. • Mute Audience to eliminate background noise. • No Meeting IM to turn off IM • No Attendees Video to block attendees from starting their video. • Hide Names to hide the names on the pictures. • Everyone an Attendee if you have too many presenters. • Invite by email to send email invitations to additional people.
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Recording and Play back Lync recording captures audio, video, instant messaging (IM), application sharing, PowerPoint presentations, and whiteboard. 1. Click More options in the meeting, and then click Start Recording. 2. Share your desktop or a program During a Lync Meeting, you can share your desktop, or a specific program. 1. Pause on the presentation (monitor) icon. 2. On the Present tab: • Click Desktop to show the entire content of your desktop. Use the controls at the bottom of the meeting room to pause, resume, • Click Program, and double-click the program you want. or stop the recording. 3. After the recording is stopped, Lync automatically saves it in a format 3. Click Give Control on the sharing toolbar at the top of the screen to share control of your sharing session with another participant. 4. You can take control back at any time by clicking Give Control, and then Take back control. 5. When you have finished presenting, click Stop Presenting on the toolbar. that plays in Windows Media Player and Zune. 5. Click Manage Recordings on the More Options menu, and highlight the recording to play, rename or delete. 6. You can also click Browse to go to the location the recording and make a copy of the file to post on a shared location for others to Manage participants view. 1. 2. 3. Pause on the people icon to manage participants individually or as a group. Under the Participants tab, right-click a person’s name and use the options to mute, unmute, remove, etc. Share a PowerPoint presentation 1. Pause on the presentation (monitor) icon. 2. On the Present tab, click PowerPoint, and upload the file in the meeting. 3. To move the slides, click Thumbnails, and click the slide you want to show, or use the arrows at the bottom of the meeting room. 4. To see your presenter notes, click Notes. 5. Click the Annotations button on the upper-right side of the slide to open the toolbar, and then use highlights, stamps, laser pointer, and so on. Click the Actions tab, then: • Invite More People to add participants. • Mute Audience to eliminate background noise. • No Attendees Video to block attendees from starting their video. • Hide Names to hide the names on the pictures. • Everyone an Attendee if you have too many presenters. • Invite by email to send email invitations to additional people.
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Lync 2013 Quick Reference Use audio call controls Pause on the phone/mic button to access the controls: • To put the call on hold, click Hold Call. • Click Mute to mute your audio. • To send the call to another number, click the Transfer Call tab, and choose one of the numbers. • To hang up, click the phone button in the conversation window. Check your voice mail 1. Click the Phone tab. You’ll see your messages and the caller’s info. 2. Pause on a voice mail message and click Play. 3. Click More Options, and select one of the choices, such as: Quick Reference for Set up your audio device 1. Click Select Primary Device on the lower-left corner of Lync, then click Audio Device Settings. 2. Pick your device from the Audio Device menu, and adjust Speakers and Microphone volume. Make a call • Delete Item deletes the voice mail from Lync. Make a Lync call (computer audio) • Mark item as Read • Call the contact. • See Contact Card You can also click View more in Outlook to open the Voice Mail folder for more info. 1. Pause on a contact’s picture. 2. Click the Phone button to call the contact using Lync, or click the arrow next to the Phone button and select a number. Call using the dial pad 3. Click the Phone icon in Lync. 4. Click the numbers on the dial pad or type the number in the search box, then click Call. Lync calls the number just like a © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Voice Before using Lync to make a call or join a conference, set up your audio device and check the quality. You can use your computer’s mic and speakers, or plug in a headset. • Open Item in Outlook provides more information about the call. • Start a Video Call with the contact. 4. Audio regular phone.
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7.7. Comparative Analysis (cont’d)  Parallel Multi-Index Search (with One-Index method)    The main aim is to minimize I/O, The first search predicate, which uses an index, should have the smallest selectivity ratio. The smallest selectivity ratio is given by an exact match search with unique records, and the most efficient indexing structure is NRI/PRI/FRI-1. This is the most preferable indexing structure. The next preferable option is exact match search of non-unique records or continuous range search predicates depending on the selectivity ratio using NRI-2/3 or PRI-2/3 or FRI-3. Exact Match Search Queries Continuous Range Search Queries NRI-1 Isolated record loading Record loading possibly spread, but not random NRI Schemes NRI-2 Record loading possibly spread (if non-unique) Record loading possibly spread randomly NRI-3 Record loading possibly spread (if non-unique) Record loading possibly spread randomly PRI-1 Isolated record loading Record loading possibly spread, but not random PRI Schemes PRI-2 Record loading possibly spread (if non-unique) Record loading possibly spread randomly PRI-3 Record loading possibly spread (if non-unique) Record loading possibly spread randomly FRI Schemes FRI-1 FRI-3 Isolated Record record loading loading possibly spread (if non-unique) Record Record loading loading possibly possibly spread, but spread not random randomly Figure 7.26. A C omparative Table for Parallel Multi-Index Selection Query Processing using a One-Index Access Method D. Taniar, C.H.C. Leung, W. Rahayu, S. Goel: High-Performance Parallel Database Processing and Grid Databases, John Wiley & Sons, 2008
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Previewing and Printing the Workbook • Ready the printer. If both sheets are not selected, hold down the CTRL key and then click the tab of the inactive sheet • Click the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon and then click the Page Setup Dialog Box Launcher. Click the Page tab and then click Landscape. Click Fit to in the Scaling area • Click the Print Preview button in the Page Setup dialog box. When the preview of the first of the selected sheets appears, click the Next Page button at the top of the Print Preview window to view the next sheet. Click the Previous Page button to redisplay the first sheet • Click the Print button at the top of the Print Preview window. When Excel displays the Print dialog box, click the OK button to print the worksheet and chart • Right-click the Semiannual Financial Projection tab. Click Ungroup Sheets on the shortcut menu to deselect the 3-D Pie Chart tab • Click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques - Windows Vista Edition 73
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Changing the Font and Centering the Worksheet Subtitle • Click cell A2. Click the Font box arrow on the Formatting toolbar • Click Arial Black (or Impact if Arial Black is not available) • Click the Font Size box arrow on the Formatting toolbar and then click 18 in the Font Size list • Click the Bold button on the Formatting toolbar • Select the range A2:J2. Right-click the selection. Click Format Cells on the shortcut menu. When Excel displays the Format Cells dialog box, click the Alignment tab. Click the Horizontal box arrow and select Center in the Horizontal list. Click the Vertical box arrow and select Center in the Vertical list. Click Merge cells in the Text control area. Click the OK button Excel Project 2: Formulas, Functions, Formatting, and Web Queries 30
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