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SSRS: Sorting

You have a shiny new report that your users can now interrogate with parameters (shown in last video), its interactive now, but there is something missing..... The user will always wants to sort the results...

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SSRS: Intro To Parameters

With your report well underway, the next hurdle is ensuring your report is able to change its results depending on the criteria the user wants. this is accomplished by putting report parameters onto...

ReportDeployment

SSRS: Report Deployment

As we now have a report created in "BIDS", it will probably be a good idea to get it onto the Report Server which we configured a few videos back (see "Reporting Services -...

ReportWizard

SSRS: Report Wizard

So, you have your server configured and ready for "Report Consumers" (posh way of saying users!).  Where do you start I hear you asking?  Well, if your a novice your best place to start...

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SSRS: Report Server Configuration

"Before you can run you must walk".  Never a more a true word said!  If your intention is to produce reports for small to large businesses you need to ensure you have configured the...

SQLServerAgent

SQL: Server Agent

After you have your database the way you want it, the next thing on your list of priorities should be maintenance. You can perform most things manually, but what if you wanted the...

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SQL: System Databases

In SQL Server there are four databases that you may never use but are equally as important as your databases you work on day in day out. These "System" databases are a fundamental concept to...

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SQL: Union Statement

When it comes to data manipulation there is only so much you can do. Most of the options on data manipulation stem from three sources: 1. Field Manipulation (the likes of case statements, if...

PivotTables

Excel: Pivot Tables

One thing I do find funny in my line of work is the amount of IT people that don't use Pivot tables. Pivot tables can save the user so much time when it comes...

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Word: Sub Documents

Sub documents are a little used feature but has some fantastic benefits! The purpose of sub documents is to allow the user to split the document up into smaller chunks, very handy if...

Outlines

Word: Outlines

This video will provide you with the basic understanding of what the "Outline View" is and how to use it. Within 10 minutes I guarantee you will be moving pages and pages of...

HeadingStyles

Word: Heading Styles

With Microsoft Word any documentation which requires structure will require titles to define each section of the document. this video will show you how to be able to create a table of contents...

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