onbarcode.barcode.winforms.dll download Figure 6-11 Just a few options for an easy-to-handle screen setup in .NET framework

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Figure 6-11 Just a few options for an easy-to-handle screen setup
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When creating a presentation solution, you must distinguish between the screen settings for the development phase and the screen settings for the view of the finished product . This is certainly true if you want to present the finished solution in full-screen mode . Even though the latter is now more elegant than before, some difficulties remain . You can t switch easily between a design view and presentation view, as you can do for example in PowerPoint . This is a problem because in Excel your available workspace is clearly smaller than the subsequent presentation area (see Figure 6-8) . It is generally not a good idea to use the zoom feature to compensate for the lack of space because, for many development steps, you have to zoom in rather than zoom out . Therefore, you must accept that the bothersome movement back and forth between the work view and the presentation view is sometimes unavoidable . The relevant commands are marked and numbered in Section C of Figure 6-11: 1. You can save and retrieve different combinations of screen-view settings as Custom Views by assigning a name to each view . When you click this command, a dialog box opens in which you can name and define the current screen display . To reproduce this view at any time, use the same dialog box to call the name that you assigned to the view . The Full Screen command produces a view that I call the presentation view . All elements with the exception of the Excel title bar are removed . Consequently, the maximum available area is displayed, which corresponds to the current screen resolution (for example, 1024 x 768 pixels, as used above) . However, for the version to be shown in public, it may be necessary to hide some of the additional work elements discussed in points 3 and 4 below . To exit the Full Screen view, you must press esc . 2. In the context described here, the options assigned to the Show/Hide command concern showing or hiding the following:
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Gridlines, Formula Bar Headings (in other words, the row and column labels) . Unfortunately, it is not possible to access the elements discussed under point 4 here .
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3. The Zoom settings play a major role during the development phase . Considerable progress has been made, when compared with earlier versions . On the right-hand side of the status bar, there is a slider for gradually increasing/decreasing the zoom settings between 10 percent and 400 percent . The slider s default position is 100 percent . This pleasant tool essentially makes the three command buttons in the Zoom group redundant . Their functions are as follows:
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The Zoom command opens a dialog box in which you can specify the zoom level of the document . The 100% command restores the default zoom level of 100 percent . The Zoom to Selection command zooms in the selected area to 400 percent .
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The functions associated with the three aforementioned commands are coupled with the zoom slider described earlier . 4. Without reference to the figure: If you wish to show or hide the scroll bars and sheet tabs, you must take pains to familiarize yourself with the Excel Options . To do this, click the Office Button, choose the command Excel Options and then the command Advanced . Then make the relevant settings in the category entitled Display options for this workbook . This set of commands plays a significant role if your work is associated with the topics discussed in the next few sections . Tip It almost goes without saying that the Full Screen view is set for Excel presentations . However, it is almost impossible to work in this view because you can t access the commands you require . As mentioned earlier, it is generally not a good idea to zoom out . Therefore, in the development phase, you must work and think for an area size that you will only occasionally see in full-screen mode . One tip for alleviating this problem is to assign a special color, in the Full Screen view, to the area that will actually be shown later . You can then easily keep an eye on this colored area when you occasionally use the zoom commands . Once you have completed your work in the development phase, you can remove this color or replace it with the final background design .
However, after you apply this temporary color, you must not make any more major changes to the row height or column width . Another aid, one that I frequently use, is to apply a striking color to the border of a rectangle (a shape), make its area transparent, and define its size to almost the size of the Full Screen view . I then place this object elsewhere and use it occasionally as a gauge if, during my work, I do not wish to switch to the Full Screen view .
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