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Excel 2010 - Ch: 1C: Excel User Interface - Continued by iGnani
Views : 114,                         Released on 12/1/2010 12:00:00 AM
 
In this video I will give a brief on various elements that make up the Excel User Interface. I touch upon the elements such as Title Bar, Quick Access Toolbar, Excel Windows controls, Help button, Ribbon, Ribbon bar toggle button, Workbook Window, Workbook title Bar, workbook window controls, formula bar, Name box, Select All button, Column Header, Row Header, Worksheets, Worksheet Tabs, Worksheet Tab Scrolling controls, New Sheet Tab, Tab split, scroll bars, Horizontal and Vertical Split box, View controls, zoom bar, status bar etc.
Excel 2010 - Ch: 1B: Excel User Interface by iGnani
Views : 110,                         Released on 12/1/2011 12:00:00 AM
 
In this video, I am going to show the different ways in which we can start Excel and a brief about Workbook, Work Sheets, Excel Rows, Excel Columns, Excel Cell and related information.
Excel 2010 - Ch: 1A : Introducing Excel 2010 by iGnani
Views : 109,                         Released on 12/1/2011 12:00:00 AM
 
This is the first video of the series. We at iGnani.com have pooled the teachings of a number of people in preparing this tutorial. Our goal is to share with you what we have learnt about Excel, and in the process, help you be more efficient in using Excel 2010. Excel is Microsoft's premier Spreadsheet software and is part of the Microsoft Office Suite. It is the world's most widely used Spreadsheet program. Even though we have other Spreadsheet programs, Excel is by far the most popular and has become the world standard. Though Excel's strength is in performing numerical calculations, it is also very useful for non-numeric applications.
C# 4.0 - Ch:01 - C - Language Interoperability by iGnani
Views : 108,                         Released on 12/1/2011 12:00:00 AM
 
This video covers the topic - "Language Interoperability", which is one of the highlights of .NET Platform - and how CTS & CLS play together to enable Language interoperability in .NET and how C-Sharp plays its role in "Language Interoperability".
C# 4.0 - Ch:01 - B - Close-up with .NET by iGnani
Views : 119,                         Released on 12/1/2011 12:00:00 AM
 
This video covers some of the features of .NET. I am going to start off with an introduction to Object Orientation as supported by .NET. Strong Data Typing, Advantages of Strong Typing vs. Loose Typing, Type Safety in C#.NET among other things that this video covers.
C# 4.0 - Ch:01 - A - Introduction by iGnani
Views : 118,                         Released on 12/1/2011 12:00:00 AM
 
C#—pronounced "See Sharp"—is a programming language designed for Microsoft's .NET platform. C# is a general-purpose, type-safe, object-oriented programming language. The chief architect of the language since its first version is Anders Hejlsberg (creator of Turbo Pascal and architect of Delphi). The goal of C# is to provide a simple, safe, modern, object-oriented, Internet-centric, high-performance language for .NET development.
jQuery For Beginners: Script Referencing & Optimization - L002 - V003 by iGnani
Views : 106,                         Released on 7/8/2011 12:00:00 AM
 
Now a days, in the web development world, where ever you see, you here these new words “jQuery” & “HTML5”. Browsers speak about how fast they can handle these two and how complaint they are in terms of these two. I can easily assume that if you are into the developer world, you would have been hearing this word “jQuery” for quite a few years now. Where ever you look, you see “jQuery this” and “jQuery that”. For the last few years or so, jQuery has become one of the most used term and has come to become favorite with web designers and developers.
jQuery For Beginners: Create your first jQuery page - L002 - V002 by iGnani
Views : 125,                         Released on 6/23/2011 12:00:00 AM
 
Now a days, in the web development world, where ever you see, you here these new words “jQuery” & “HTML5”. Browsers speak about how fast they can handle these two and how complaint they are in terms of these two. I can easily assume that if you are into the developer world, you would have been hearing this word “jQuery” for quite a few years now. Where ever you look, you see “jQuery this” and “jQuery that”. For the last few years or so, jQuery has become one of the most used term and has come to become favorite with web designers and developers.

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