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How to Set Field Default Value in Microsoft Access
 
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Learn how to set field default value for a table field or for a control on a form in MS Access.
Views: 13649 Helpfolder
Set Default Values for TextBox in Excel VBA
 
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This video demonstrates how to set default values for TextBox controls using Excel VBA. This example also describes how to set the default value as today’s date and dates before and after today’s date.
Views: 3004 Dr. Todd Grande
Excel VBA UserForm TextBox - How to Set Default Value (in the Properties Window)
 
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Excel VBA UserForm TextBox Learn how to set default value in the Properties Window
Views: 4185 InAnOffice
Set a Default Value in Access 2007
 
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See a higher quality video on TechTutor.TV! A default value can be entered for any field in Microsoft Access 2007 so that value in that field will remain the default for any new record that is entered. Watch this video tutorial to find out how to set a default value in Access 2007. See higher quality tutorials all for FREE at http://www.techtutor.tv
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C# Tutorial-17 ComboBox Part-6 | How to set default value in combobox c#??
 
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How to set default value in combobox c#?? SelectedIndex property is used to set the default value of ComboBox…. [Please note that Index Starts from Zero] Background Sound: https://www.bensound.com/ It means… First item has 0 index Second item has 1 index Third item has 2 index And so on.. [If no Item is selected, -1 is returned by the SelectedIndex property]
Views: 1308 Dot Net Akadmy (DNA)
How to set default values for content properties in the Umbraco backoffice
 
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In this video I show you how you can use EditorModel events to set default values for properties in the Umbraco backoffice. You see me set default values for: - Date picker (Today or Tomorrow) - Media Picker (Last Image Uploaded) - Tags - Node Name It's really easy to do. You can read more here Documentation https://our.umbraco.com/Documentation/Reference/Events/EditorModel-Events Blog post https://codeshare.co.uk/blog/how-to-add-default-values-to-umbraco-properties-in-the-backoffice/ Marc Goodson's blog http://tooorangey.co.uk/
Views: 115 Paul Seal
Access 2010 - Field Properties
 
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TrainerLori shows you how to take Access to the next level by controlling what data appears in the table and how that data is formatted in this brief tutorial. Set field properties once and every form and report will reflect the change: defaults, decimals, required data, formatting and even how to update with today's date.
Views: 65689 TrainerLori
css position property  tutorial ( fixed, absolute, relative, static )
 
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CSS 'position' property explained . Learn how each fixed, absolute, relative, static value works with simple examples. 1. Static . 0:44 . (the default position, disturbing other elements) 2. relative . 2:00 . (remains in original position, but can be moved around without disturbing other elements) 3. Absolute . 7:35 . (remains in original position, but by default disturbs other elements - initially only) 4. fixed . 13:40 . (remains in original position, but by default disturbs other elements - initially only - also stays fixed on screen when scrolling up/down)
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Dynamic Sub Properties Various Rule Properties – New Default Values
 
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Along the same lines as the above feature, this enhancement adds new Default Values of Dynamic Properties repeating group property right under the Default Value property in the property grid for Selection Rule and Travel Steering Rule type properties. So, when an object property, such as Dynamic Selection Rule, has a Default Value of ‘Standard Dispatching Rule’, several additional properties, such as Dispatching Rule and Tie Breaker Rule become available for the user. In a typical Server object, the default values for these are ‘FirstInQueue’. To change those default values for an object, such as a sub-classed MyServer (below), the user would add the property Name and new default Value in the repeating property editor.
Views: 78 SimioSimulation
How To Set Default Link Properties
 
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This video will show you how to set a default link property for your hyperlinks using WebStarts. Build a free website and get online at http://webstarts.com/. free website get website on google get on google get on search engines website builder make a free website build a free website free website builder create a free website
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How to set default values in asp.net database
 
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In this short asp.net video tutorial i will show you how you can assign default values in your database table using Microsoft Visual Studio. Setting default values allows you to still have data inserted into that field, even if it wasn't filled out by the user. I will show you a couple of examples.
Views: 1129 Networking26
#7 Managing default filter values
 
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Table Filter for Confluence add-on allows you to specify default filtration values for all filter types. You can use default values to show the required data set to your colleagues and partners. You can set filters while editing the Confluence page or viewing it. Try it in action at https://goo.gl/t3AymD
Views: 704 StiltSoft
How to set Default Values - LabVIEW
 
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Learn how to set default values to controls and indicators in LabVIEW. ✮ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LabVIEW-Advantage-209506362772803/ ✮ Twitter: http://twitter.com/lv_advantage ✮ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvC4jW38T9_UoV_3-bdlXvA/?sub_confirmation=1 ✮ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/lv_advantage/ ✮ Tumblr: http://labviewadvantage.tumblr.com/ ✮ Blog: http://labviewadvantageblog.wordpress.com/ Ram Gurung is a NI Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA), who have trained and produced seven Certified LabVIEW Developers (CLD) in 2015. Gain the advantage on accelerating your LabVIEW Programming by subscribing and learning from his channel. Basic LabVIEW - Tutorials An Introduction to LabVIEW Searches related to labview tutorial labview 2010 tutorial labview tutorial pdf labview download labview tutorial video labview 2009 tutorial labview 8.5 tutorial labview training labview 2012 tutorial Disclaimer: NI and LabVIEW are the product and trademarks of National Instruments. This channel is independent of National Instruments. No copyright infringement is intended. The videos are made solely for informational and educational purposes. The ideas, concepts, and videos are of only of this channel. In some cases, materials from other sources has been used to analyze the problem to help the viewers. For e.g. Daily CLAD forum questions. All the materials that are third party depicted in this channel are properties of their respective owners. If you believe the copyright infringement has occurred. Please contact at [email protected] and we will remove from the channel. Labview labview projects data acquisition data acquisition system data acquisition software labview vi labview data acquisition labview student data acquisition hardware usb data acquisition ni labview data acquisition card labview training labview code labview software labview for everyone labview examples labview oscilloscope labview jobs ni daq data acquisition board ni drivers labview programming examples labview fpga labview daq labview price data acquisition unit labview student edition data acquisition module data acquisition device labview download national instruments labview labview programming labview 2016 ni labview tutorial simple labview projects thermocouple data acquisition labview linux labview home pci data acquisition using labview labview pdf labview projects list labview rs232 labview language data acquisition toolbox labview viewer wireless data acquisition labview 2011
Views: 1628 LabVIEW ADVANTAGE
Excel VBA UserForm TextBox - How to Set Default Value (using VBA)
 
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Excel VBA UserForm TextBox Learn how to set default value (using VBA) The code used in this video: Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() txtName.Value = "Your Name" End Sub
Views: 10344 InAnOffice
#19 - How Do I: Set Default Values on Fields when Entering New Data
 
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About This Video: In this video learn how you can set default values on fields/properties when new entities are created in your LightSwitch applications. To discuss and ask questions about this video, go to the Visual Studio LightSwitch - General forum. http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/lightswitch/threads And if you missed them, you can access all the "How Do I" videos here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lightswitch/gg604823 Presented By: Beth Massi http://blogs.msdn.com/b/bethmassi/
Views: 3772 Cường Đỗ Xuân
How to set default values when using ES6 destructuring assignment
 
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Here's a trick I use to render a default page when a parameterized Express.js route is called with no parameter. You will learn how to set default values when using the destructuring assignment with objects. The destructuring assignment is used to unpack values from arrays or properties from objects, as you will see in this video. 🔗 Useful links ▶️ https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Operators/Destructuring_assignment ▶️ http://es6-features.org/#ObjectAndArrayMatchingDefaultValues ▶️ http://es6-features.org/#DefaultParameterValues #es6 #javascript #destructuring #assignment #variables #ecma6 #webdev #webdevelopment #oprearocks
Views: 131 Adrian Oprea
Set Default Value for Rate Field in Transaction Item Model
 
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Set Default Value for Rate Field in Transaction Item Model
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How To Set Default Value For A Field in Odoo
 
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Set default value for any field in Odoo easily from the user interface. See how it can be achieved
Views: 80 Odoo Mates
Using Access 2010 - Set a Default Value
 
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Using Access 2010 - Set a Default Value
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Set Default Value For An HTML Select Element
 
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Views: 980 Admin Technomark
LabVIEW Tips: Set default values for front-panel controls
 
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Set the default values for the front-panel controls so that they will be recalled when the VI is opened again.
Views: 6886 Ed Doering
How to use a macro to set default values on a window
 
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(Week 28 - 2010) Show you how to use a macro to set a windows default values
Views: 3952 Boyum IT Solutions
The Object.assign() Method in JavaScript - Set default options for functions
 
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The assign() method on the Object constructor in JavaScript is used to merge multiple objects together. You can use it to merge as many objects as you like. If multiple objects have the same property, the "merged object" will also contain that property but the value of it will come from the last object passed in as an argument. This means it can be used to easily create "default options" within a function. In this video I take you through examples of how you can use the Object.assign() method and also an example of using it to create default options in a function. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dcode - with enough funding I plan to develop a website of some sort with a new developer experience! For your reference, check this out: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Object/assign Follow me on Twitter @dcode! If this video helped you out and you'd like to see more, make sure to leave a like and subscribe to dcode!
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Microsoft Access Tutorial: Set a Default Value with a Combo Box in a Form Header or Footer
 
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In this Microsoft Access Tip, I'll show you how to use a combo box in a form header to set a default value for new records. We have a whole class of students coming in for the new year, and we need to assign each student to a teacher without having to do it manually for each student. Learn more Access at: http://599CD.com/X0VOJZ
How to Set the Default Programs in Windows 7
 
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In this video tutorial you will learn how to set the default programs in Windows 7. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Every file has a certain default program that it always opens in, which it is compatible with. An example can be that .txt files open in Notepad while .docx files open in Microsoft Word. You can change these defaults easily by changing the default settings of programs and assigning which extensions have what defaults. Follow this step by step tutorial to learn How to set the default programs in Windows 7. Step # 1: Open Control Panel To begin setting default programs in Windows 7, click on the Start button on your desktop and open the Start menu. In the Start menu, click on the Control Panel tab on the right hand side to open the Control Panel. Step # 2: Open 'Programs' In the Control Panel window, click on the Programs tab on the left to access the Programs folder. The programs folder is used to Install, Uninstall and Remove programs from the computer. Step # 3: Click 'Make a file type always open in a specific program' In the Programs folder, there will be four options including Programs and Features, Default Programs, Desktop Gadgets and Java. In the Default Programs, click on the link on the right, 'Make a file type always open in a specific program'. Step # 4: Change program to 'Notepad' In the 'Set Association' window, a list of extension is provided with the current default programs and their relevant descriptions. As shown in the picture, to change any default programs, choose an extension from the list and click on the button 'Change program'. The default program for .txt is set on Notepad. Step # 5: Change Default program Upon clicking the 'Change program' tab, a new window will open up named 'Open with'. In this window, different alternatives to open this program will be listed. Currently the default program for Text Documents is set at Notepad, to change it, click Wordpad. To save the settings, click OK. Step # 6: Set your default programs An alternative to changing the default programs is to set default programs to an extension. To do so, back at the main Programs window in the Control Panel, the second option for Default Programs is listed. In the Default programs tab, you can click on the last link 'Set your default program' as shown in the picture. Step # 7: Select default program for an extension In the Set Defaults window, you will be shown a list of programs on the left. Select a program from the list, we have chosen 'Wordpad'. After choosing the program you wish to set defaults for, click on 'Choose defaults for this program' tab on the right, listed last. Step # 8: Select the programs to set default to After clicking the 'Choose default for this program', you will be led to the 'Set programs association' window. In this window, you can select the programs by checking the checkboxes that you want to set the Wordpad as default. In this picture you can see that the extensions, .docx, .rtf, .odt and .txt are set to open in Wordpad by checking their checkboxes. To save settings, click Save. Step # 9: Open Word Document in Wordpad To check whether your settings have been applied, open a Word Document. In this picture you can see that the file named 'Birthday' is opened and it opens in Wordpad by default. Step # 10: Open Text Documents in Wordpad You can check whether Text Documents open in Wordpad by opening one. In this picture you can see that the Text Document, 'Expense' is opened in Wordpad.
LabVIEW Tips: Set default values for subVI inputs
 
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Set the default values for the inputs of a subVI. These values will apply when the subVI input is unwired.
Views: 2757 Ed Doering
Default Value for Date Field in Query Criteria
 
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real post be on http://andrejusb.blogspot.com/2010/02/default-value-for-date-field-in-query.html and http://juddi-oracle.blogspot.com/
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Q&A - How do I set default units in SolidWorks?
 
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React Fundamentals: Introduction to Properties
 
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This lesson will teach you the basics of setting properties in your React components. Transcript So the purposes of this lesson, we're going to strip our main JS down to just import app from app, since we're going to be doing our rendering directly from our app.js. We can pass values into our component using something called props or properties, this is going to look a lot like passing in attribute or setting an attribute on a standard HTML element. So here I've got an attribute or a prop called text, I'm going to pass in, "This is the props text." Now the way we access that from within our component is by interpolating this value with curly brackets, and we say this.props. whatever the name of the prop is, so in our case it's txt for text, we'll save that, on the right here we get our, "This is the props text." Now outside of JSX we don't need to interpolate that, so I'm going to set a variable here called text to this.props.text and we'll go ahead and use that in our JSX, that's just text. I'm going to go ahead and update this to value just so we can see it happen on the page. Now we've got our, "This is the props value." We can also define the property types that we're expecting by adding a property to our component called proptypes, and that's just going to be an object where each key of the object is the name of our property, and then we pass in the type from React that we're expecting. So in this case, React.proptypes.string means we are expecting a string here. I'm going to create one more called cat, and that's going to be a React proptype of number. When I save this, this is going to work just fine. However, on any of these proptypes we can tack on isRequired. Sorry, that should be a capital R, isRequired defines that this is a required property. So if I save this, we're going to get an error here that the required prop of cat was not specified in app. So here in our app component, I'm going to say cat = 5, save that, and now everything's working as we expected. We can also define default properties, again by setting a property on our class component here it's going to be default.props again it's going to be an object and it follows basically the same pattern. The key is the name of our property and then the value that follows that is the default value for that prop. So I'll this is the default text here, going to save that, and on the right what you'll see is that the property that we passed in is actually overriding that, so if we save it, we should get our default property value.
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SOLIDWORKS Quick Tip - Linking Properties to a Drawing
 
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http://www.goengineer.com/products/solidworks/ Learn how to set up a drawing template that will automatically link to custom properties from your parts and/or assemblies. This is a helpful tool that can save you time in creating meaningful information in your drawings. Quick Tips video presented by Tyler Young of GoEngineer. About GoEngineer: GoEnginneer delivers software, technology and expertise that enable companies to unlock innovation and deliver better products faster. With more than 30 years experience and thousands of customers in high-tech, medical, machine design, energy and other industries, GoEngineer provides best-in-class design solutions from SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys, CAMWorks and Agile PLM. http://www.goengineer.com http://www.facebook.com/goengineer http://www.twitter.com/goengineer http://www.linkedin.com/goengineer https://plus.google.com/101084524922750716243
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SST Co : set default tax code & assign tax code for certain items
 
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SST Co : set default tax code & assign tax code for certain items
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Using ES6 Default Values for Function Parameters
 
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The ES6 standard provided a way to include default values for parameters when you set up a function. This video addresses the traditional way have handling this issue in JavaScript and then shows how it is done with ES6. For a complete list of all our tutorials: http://www.allthingsjavascript.com/youtube.html Take the Learn Modern JavaScript: Getting Started or the Learn Modern JavaScript: Advanced Topics courses at a huge discount: https://www.udemy.com/learn-modern-javascript-getting-started/?couponCode=YOUTUBE https://www.udemy.com/learn-modern-javascript-advanced-topics/?couponCode=YOUTUBE
How to set the default indentation in Microsoft Word 2013
 
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Author and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you how to set the default indentation in Microsoft Word 2013
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Changing Tableau Default Properties of a Measure
 
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In this video, we will show you how to adjust the default properties of a measure to save time and keep consistency in all of the Tableau visualizations we produce.
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how to set default value  in microsoft access  speak khmer
 
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Microsoft Access speak khmer teach by teacher at setec university Year 2
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Add to Toodledo
 
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https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/add-to-toodledo/hdmhiihcenipfdlmkdlhmgijjimlpkim Features: - Clicking on the extension icon adds a Toodledo task using the title and URL of the current website. - Dates, tags, and all other task properties can be set when adding a task. Values set for these properties can be saved as the default values for future tasks. - Selected text on the web page may be set as the name of a new task or as the text of a note. - Quickly add a task by right clicking on the web page or using shortcut keys. - Adding a task causes a Chrome notification to appear. Clicking on the notification will take you directly to that task. - You can display the number of remaining tasks with a badge on the extension icon. On the Options menu, you can modify the criteria used to include tasks in this count. * A Toodledo account is required to use this extension. www.toodledo.com
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Should I buy property in my name, company or a trust?
 
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VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: Option one is default - most people buy a property into their own name. Very simple, it's in your name. The problem is if you run in to trouble you could lose your home. If you pass away, property is caught up in your frozen estate. Your spouse, your dependents, other persons, children, don't have access to this asset until such time as your estate is wound up. That could take anything from about eight, nine months to one, two, three, four, five years. You're going to be creating serious hardship for whoever's going to be needing to access that property or the rentals, or whatever the case is. It's a pretty expensive exercise to die, so try and avoid it at all costs, but your death will cost you capital gains tax. The maximum rate at this point is 13.6%. It's a fairly huge chunk that's going to be coming out of any growth of the property, so one must bear that in mind if the property's in your name, on your demise. On top of that, your estate - not you - will be subjected to executors fees also at a maximum legislated rate of 3.5% plus VAT, just under 4%. Again, a massive chunk. And the kicker here is for you to consider that this is a charge on the gross value, not on the net value. Suddenly, that's a massive cost on a small percentage. This seems pretty harmless. Other options are closed corporation, or Pty Limited. A lot of people do consider this as an option because it is a known type of entity. SARS pretty much has settled the taxation around this, so there's some level of comfort. The problem with this is a closed corporation or company is not the ideal residential property owning entity because you will eventually pay too much tax as well compared to a Trust. Pty CC, your tax rate is 28% to get the cash out of the company, or the CC you'll be paying a further dividends tax, bringing you effectively to a tax rate of 38.8%. Also, a default position is you can have a Trust owning a company that, in turn, owns your property. You are creating extra costs which you can possibly avoid by having a more simplified structure. Not a great structure - a CC or Pty - if you are ever selling a property because you're going to end up with a huge capital gains tax problem in the company of the CC at an effective rate of 18.6%. To get your hands on the profits after tax, costs you a further dividends tax of 15%, bringing your total tax bill to just under 31%, so that's ouch. In your personal name, the tax is a little bit better, but you have exposure to creditors, you have got issues on death, you have no continuity. CC Pty is solving some of the problems, but not ideal from a tax perspective. Then, we come to the mythical Trust. Default position though is it's an old entity, it's been around forever, in this country almost 200 years. A Trust very simply is like a vault. You're going to acquire your property into this entity. The tax is brilliant in this structure because you can move the income out of a Trust. Even though it is an entity with the highest tax rate at 41% after the new budget a couple of weeks ago, the Trustees have got the election to push any rental income down to beneficiaries, who then pay at their own marginal rates. Also, capital gains tax wise, if you distribute your gain to a beneficiary, it's going to be quite tax effective.
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Angular select options from array
 
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Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/angular-select-options-from-array.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/angular-select-options-from-array-slides.html Angular CRUD Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ9o4TyhSuo&list=PL6n9fhu94yhWUcq5Pc16uf8YKXoZ87Vh_ Angular CRUD Tutorial Text Articles & Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2017/12/angular-crud-tutorial.html All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in English https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/c/KudvenkatArabic/playlists In this video, we will discuss, how to get the select list options from an array in the component class, instead of having them hard-coded in the HTML. Step 1 : Create the Department class. Add a TypeScript file to the models folder. Name it department.model.ts. Copy and paste the following code. Notice the Department class has 2 properties - id and name of the department. export class Department { id: number; name: string; } Step 2 : Import the Department class. Include the following import statement in create-employee.component.ts file import { Department } from '../models/department.model'; Step 3 : Include the following array of departments in CreateEmployeeComponent class in create-employee.component.ts file departments: Department[] = [ { id: 1, name: 'Help Desk' }, { id: 2, name: 'HR' }, { id: 3, name: 'IT' }, { id: 4, name: 'Payroll' } ]; Please note : The "Department" type is not required for the application to work, but it adds great value during development. Using it provides us intellisense, error checking and type saftey. For the HTML used in the video, please refer to my blog link below http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/angular-select-options-from-array.html Code explanation: 1. On the "option" element we are using ngFor structural directive to loop over the array of departments we have in the "departments" property of the component class 2. For each "Department" object in the "departments" array, we get an option. 3. The option value is the department id and the display text is the department name 4. Notice the square brackets around the [value] property. This is property binding in Angular. We discussed property binding in detail in Part 9 of Angular 2 tutorial. If you remove the square brackets the value for each option will be the literal text "dept.id" instead of the department id (1 or 2 or 3 etc.) Property binding in Angular https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGYfTx9AAQA&list=PL6n9fhu94yhWqGD8BuKuX-VTKqlNBj-m6&index=9 5. To display the deprtment name we are using interpolation. We discussed interpolation in Part 8 of Angular 2 tutorial. Interpolation in Angular https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FkkAqFWRk8&list=PL6n9fhu94yhWqGD8BuKuX-VTKqlNBj-m6&index=8 6. Since ngFor is a structural directive there is an asterisk before it. 7. Structural directives modify the DOM, i.e they add or remove the elements from DOM. Adding and removing elements from DOM is different from showing and hiding. We will discuss all these in detail in our upcoming videos. At this point, when we select a department, the respective department id is included in the Angular generated form model. Along the same lines, when we click the "Save" button the respective department id is logged to the console. Please note : It is important that we include the ngFor directive on the element that we want to be repeated. In our case we want an option element for each department we have in the array. So we included the ngFor directive on the option element. If we instead include the ngFor directive on the "div" element that has the bootstrap "form-group" class, we get 4 department dropdownlists. That is one for each department in the array. So it is important we include the ngFor directive on the right element.
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Standard Library Combiner – New Suspend Batching When Down Property
 
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There is a new property for the Combiner object within the Standard Library, shown below within the Batching Logic section of properties. When the Suspend Batching When Down is set to ‘True’, the actual collection of batches will be stopped if the Combiner has failed or changes capacity to zero from a work schedule shift change. This means that the parent and member entities will reside in the input queues of the Combiner and not attempt batching. If this new property is set to ‘False’, parent and member entities will continue the ‘batching’ process and will be removed from the parent and member input queues but will not move through the Combiner object until the failure is repaired or work schedule changes. *Note: The default value of this property is ‘True’ for new models, but ‘False’ if updating an old model (as that was the implicit setting in the previous object versions)
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Angular bootstrap select list
 
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Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/angular-bootstrap-select-list.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/angular-bootstrap-select-list-slides.html Angular CRUD Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ9o4TyhSuo&list=PL6n9fhu94yhWUcq5Pc16uf8YKXoZ87Vh_ Angular CRUD Tutorial Text Articles & Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2017/12/angular-crud-tutorial.html All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in English https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/c/KudvenkatArabic/playlists In this video we will discuss 1. Working with a select list in Angular Template Driven forms 2. How to have one of the select list option selected by default 3. How to disable select list Let us understand working with a select element in Angular with a simple example. We want to include "Department" select list. For the HTML used in the demo, please refer to my blog using the link below http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2018/01/angular-bootstrap-select-list.html At the moment, we have hard coded the select list options in the HTML. In our next video we will discuss, how to get the select list options from the component class. Notice each option also has a corresponding value. The value is the department id which is what we want to save in the database table when the form is submitted. We will discuss, saving the data to a database table in a later video. At this point, when we select an option, the corresponding option value is included against the "department" property in the Angular auto-generated form model. Also when we click the "Save" button, the "department" property along with the selected option value is logged to the console in browser developer tools. How to have one of the select list option selected by default If we include "selected" attribute on one of the options of the select list, we expect that option to be selected by default when the form initially loads, but when the form reloads, the respective option will not be selected. If you remove the "ngModel" directive from the select list, then the the option gets selected as expected. In Angular, we use "ngModel" directive for two-way data binding. So the moment we put it back in place the "selected" attribute does not work. To make it work include "department" property in the component class and initialise it with one of the option value which you want to have selected by default. In our case, we want the "IT" option to be selected by default. The "IT option value is "3". So, I have initialised "department" property with a value of '3' department = '3' At this point you will have "IT" option selected by default when the form loads. Now, even if we remove the "selected" attribute from the "IT" option, it is still selected by default when the form loads. This is because of the two-way data binding that we get with "ngModel" directive. How to disable a select list : To disable a select element, use the disabled attribute Another important point to keep in mind. By default, disabled form controls are not included in the Angular auto generated form model. Since, the "department" select element is disabled, it will not be included in the Angular generated form model. In our form, we do not want the select element to be disabled, so please remove the disabled attribute. Also, we do not want any option to be selected by default, so remove the "department" property from the component class. In our next video, we will discuss, how to get the select list options from the component class, instead of having them hard-coded in the HTML.
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AutoCAD - Complete Tutorial for Beginners - Lesson 07 - Properties.
 
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Properties You can assign properties such as color and linetype to individual objects, or as default properties assigned to layers. In the following drawing, the walls, exterior stone facing, doors, fixtures, cabinetry, HVAC, electrical, and text were created using different colors to help differentiate between them. The Properties Palette The Properties palette is an essential tool. You can open it with the PROPERTIES command (enter PR in the Command window), you can press Ctrl + 1, or you can click the tiny arrow in the Properties panel on the Home tab—whichever you prefer. The Properties palette displays a list of all the important property settings. You can click any of the available fields to change the current settings. In the following example, if no objects are selected, the current color will be changed from ByLayer to Red and the UCS icon will be turned off. Verify and Change Object Properties You can use the Properties palette to verify and change property settings for selected objects. If you click an object in your drawing to select it, here is what you might see in the Properties palette. Notice that the current properties for the selected object are displayed in the palette. You can change any of these properties by clicking and changing the setting. A property that is set to "ByLayer" inherits its setting from the layer. In the previous example, the objects that were created on the 20 ELECTRICAL layer are purple because that is the default color of the objects on that layer. If you select several objects, only their common properties are listed in the Properties palette. If you change one of these properties, all the selected objects will change in one operation. Selecting objects is covered in more detail in the Modifying topic. Quick Access to Property Settings The Properties palette takes up a lot of space. For quick access to the most common properties, use the Properties panel. As you can see in this example, the listed properties will all be determined by the current layer. The Properties panel works the same way as the Properties palette. When you select an object, the current property settings are replaced by the properties assigned to the selected object, and you can use this panel to easily change the properties of one of more selected objects. Match the Properties of Objects For a fast way to copy the properties of a selected object to other objects, use the Match Properties tool, or enter MATCHPROP or MA in the Command window. Select the source object, and then select all of the objects that you want to modify. Linetypes Dashed and other non-continuous linetypes are assigned from the Properties panel. You must first load a linetype before you can assign it. In the Linetype drop-down list, click Other. This action displays the Linetype Manager dialog box. Perform the following steps in order: Click Load. Choose one or more linetypes that you want to use. Notice that dashed (non-continuous) linetypes come in several preset sizes.Click Show/Hide details to display additional settings.Specify a different "global scale factor" for all linetypes—the larger the value, the longer the dashes and spaces. Click OK. Once you've loaded the linetypes that you plan to use, you can select any object and specify a linetype from the Properties panel or the Properties palette. Alternatively, you can specify a default linetype for any layer in the Layer Properties Manager. Lineweights The Lineweight property provides a way to display different thicknesses for selected objects. The thickness of the lines remain constant regardless of the scale of the view. In a layout, lineweights are always displayed and printed in real-world units. Lineweights can also be assigned from the Properties panel. You can leave the lineweight set to ByLayer, or you can specify a value that overrides the layer's lineweight. In some cases, the lineweight previews look the same because they are displayed in approximated pixel widths on a monitor. However, they will print at the correct thickness. To control the display of lineweights, click the Lineweight Settings button at the bottom of the lineweight list. In the Lineweight Settings dialog box, you can choose whether you want to display or hide lineweights. Regardless of the display setting, lineweights will always be printed at the correct scale.
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Formatting asp net gridview control   Part 7
 
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Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/02/formatting-aspnet-gridview-control-part.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/10/part-7-formatting-gridview-control.html All GridView Text Articles http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/free-asp.html All GridView Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in English https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/c/KudvenkatArabic/playlists We will be using tblEmployee table for this demo. Use the script below to create employees table and populate it with sample data. CREATE TABLE [tblEmployee] ( [EmployeeId] [int] IDENTITY PRIMARY KEY, [FirstName] [nvarchar](50), [LastName] [nvarchar](50), [DateOfBirth] [datetime], [AnnualSalary] [int], [Gender] [nvarchar](50), [DepartmentName] [nvarchar](50) ) Insert into tblEmployee values ('John','Johnson','08/10/1982',55000,'Male','IT') Insert into tblEmployee values ('Pam','Roberts','11/11/1979',62000,'Female','HR') Insert into tblEmployee values ('David','John','01/15/1980',45000,'Male','IT') Insert into tblEmployee values ('Rose','Mary','08/18/1967',78000,'Female','Payroll') Insert into tblEmployee values ('Mark','Mell','12/10/1974',69000,'Male','HR') Use "SqlDataSource" control to retrieve data from the database and bind it to gridview control. By default, all the columns from the table are displayed in the gridview control. For example, I don't want to display EmployeeId column in the gridview control. There are 3 ways to achieve this 1. You can modify "SqlDataSource" control "SELECT" query, to include only the columns that you need. 2. Remove the "BoundField" column from gridview control that displays, EmployeeId 3. Set visibility property to false on the "BoundField" column from gridview control that displays, EmployeeId Notice the column headers in the gridview control. They are same as the column names in the table. For example, we want a space between First and Name in FirstName. Similary, we want spaces for LastName, DateOfBirth, AnnualSalary and DepartmentName. FirstName = First Name LastName = Last Name DateOfBirth = Date Of Birth AnnualSalary = Annual Salary DepartmentName = Department Name To achieve this, change "HeaderText" property of the respective column, in the gridview control. When you run the application, DateOfBirth column displays both Date and Time. I want only the "date" to be displayed. We can very easily achieve this using DataFormatString property. We have set DataFormatString="{0:d}", which will display short date pattern. Setting DataFormatString="{0:D}", will display long date pattern. For the complete list of "Standard Date and Time Format Strings", please visit MSDN link below. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/az4se3k1.aspx For the annual salary column, I want to display currency symbol. For example, depending on your application requirement, you may want to display, either United States dollar ($), Great British Pound(£) or Indian Rupee Symbol. To achieve this use currency format string "0:c". If you want to display 2 decimal places using "0:c2" For the complete list of "Standard Numeric Format Strings", please visit MSDN link below. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/dwhawy9k.aspx Currency symbol will be displayed, based on the default culture setting. For example, If your default culture setting is "en-US", United States Dollar symbol will be displayed If your default culture setting is "en-GB", Great British Pound symbol will be displayed If your default culture setting is "en-IN", Indian Rupee symbol will be displayed Culture can be specified in web.config using globalization element's culture attribute. It is possible to override culture setting on a page-by-page basis. To set the culture declaratively in the aspx page, use "Culture" attribute of the "Page" directive. To override the culture programmatically System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("en-GB");
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Power View Reporting Properties - SQL Server 2012 - Table Default Field Set - EPC Group
 
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Power View Reporting Properties - SQL Server 2012 - Table Default Field Set - EPC Group SharePoint 2013, Microsoft SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Consulting, Microsoft SharePoint consulting, SharePoint Consulting Firm, Top SharePoint Firm, SharePoint 2013 Consulting,SharePoint 2010 Consulting, SharePoint ECM Consulting, SharePoint branding firm, SharePoint, SharePoint branding experts, ECM experts SharePoint, Errin O'Connor, EPC Group, EPC Group.net, BizTalk Consulting, Project Server Consulting, BYOD
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How To Set Default Text Properties
 
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This video will show you how to set a default text font and color text boxes using WebStarts. Build a free website and get online at http://webstarts.com/. free website get website on google get on google get on search engines website builder make a free website build a free website free website builder create a free website
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