Work with Pivot Tables in Office 2010 the Excel 2003 Way

Earlier versions of Excel let you move fields around by dragging them right on the table. Here’s how to enable this functionality so you can drag and drop fields in Office 2010. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Tools to Customize Your Office 2010 Deployment

Learn about 4 recommended tools that let you customize and standardize the Office 2010 deployment in your organization. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Upgrade App-V Sequenced App Packages Using the Command Line

Find out how you can use the command line to upgrade virtualized applications, and get some essential best practices to make sure the upgrade goes smoothly. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Manage Icons that Display in the Windows 7 Notification Area

Windows 7 provides a single interface where you can control what icons are displayed in the notification area. Here’s what you need to know. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Enable and Use TPM (Trusted Platform Module) Services

Get an overview of how you can enable TPM (Trusted Platform Module) services on Windows 7 systems, and get some advice on managing TPM in your environment. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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4 Free Tools for Planning your Office 2010 Deployment

Preparing for the big move to Office 2010? Here are four tools you should download to help you assess your environment and plan your migration. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Use WMI Control to Manage Windows Management Instrumentation

Get an overview of working with WMI Control to configure and manage Windows Management Instrumentation on local and remote Windows 7 systems. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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Know Whether to Delete or Close Web Parts on SharePoint 2010

There are two options for removing Web parts from a page: close and delete. Find out whether you should Delete or Close a Web Part to remove it on SharePoint 2010. Follow our daily tips:• facebook.com/TechNetTips• twitter.com/TechNetTips• blogs.technet.com/tnmag

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