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Apr 19, 2011 ... Excel 2010 information. ❖ Available Columns: A through XFD – 16,384 columns. ❖ Available Rows: 1 through 1,048,576. ❖ There are over 17 ... Microsoft Excel 2010 Training Microsoft Excel 101 Instructor: Debbie Minnerly Course goals Find popular commands quickly on the ribbon. Learn how to use the File menu (Microsoft Office Backstage view). Learn essential tasks such as opening existing workbooks, creating new workbooks, setting up a spreadsheet, formatting, saving, and printing. Excel 2010 Ribbon File – managing files Home – common tools Insert – insert objects Page Layout – printing Formulas – functions in categories Data – working with data Review – spelling, protecting, sharing View – how Excel appears on screen (does not affect printing) 4/19/2011 Microsoft Excel 101 4 Excel 2010 information Available Columns: A through XFD – 16,384 columns Available Rows: 1 through 1,048,576 There are over 17 billion cells in each worksheet!!!! A cell is the intersection of a column letter and a row number. The cell address can be found in the Name Box just above column A.
Dear Parents, Welcome and thank you for selecting our practice for your child’s dental care. Enclosed with this letter, you will find information that will help us and you prepare for your child’s first office visit. What to Expect: A few words about your child’s first visit…we would like the first visit to be as pleasant as possible. Often, parents and their child do not know what to expect, therefore it is not unusual for both parents and children to be a little apprehensive about the first dental visit. Hopefully, by letting you know how we do things ahead of time; it will make the visit a bit more relaxing. At the initial visit, our goal is to provide a comprehensive exam and diagnosis and to begin preventive dental care with tooth-brushing instructions, teeth cleaning, and fluoride application. As part of the examination, we often take cavity detecting x-rays and occasionally other x-rays to evaluate the health and growth of your child’s teeth. After the examination, your child’s dental health and needs will be discussed with you. Each child is different and we understand this. We will customize your appointment according to your child’s age, needs, and cooperation level. We do not believe in pushing children beyond their ability for treatment.
113TH CONGRESS 1ST SESSION S. ll To amend title 35, United States Code, to add procedural requirements for patent infringement suits. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Mr. CORNYN llllllllll introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on llllllllll A BILL To amend title 35, United States Code, to add procedural requirements for patent infringement suits. 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- 2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 4 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Patent Abuse Reduc- 5 tion Act of 2013’’. 6 7 SEC. 2. PLEADING REQUIREMENTS. (a) IN GENERAL.—Chapter 29 of title 35, United 8 States Code, is amended by inserting after section 281 the 9 following: OLL13310 S.L.C. 2 1 ‘‘§ 281A. Pleading requirements for patent infringe2 3 ment actions ‘‘In a civil action arising under any Act of Congress 4 relating to patents, a party alleging infringement shall in5 clude in the initial complaint, counterclaim, or cross-claim 6 for patent infringement— 7 8 ‘‘(1) an identification of each patent allegedly infringed; 9 ‘‘(2) an identification of each claim of each pat- 10 ent identified under paragraph (1) that is allegedly 11 infringed; 12 ‘‘(3) for each claim identified under paragraph 13 (2), an identification of each accused apparatus, 14 product, feature, device, method, system, process, 15 function, act, service, or other instrumentality (re- 16 ferred to in this section as an ‘accused instrumen- 17 tality’) alleged to infringe the claim; 18 ‘‘(4) for each accused instrumentality identified 19 under paragraph (3), an identification with particu- 20 larity, if known, of— 21 22 ‘‘(A) the name or model number of each accused instrumentality; and 23 ‘‘(B) the name of each accused method, 24 system, process, function, act, or service, or the 25 name or model number of each apparatus, 26 product, feature, or device that, when used, al- OLL13310 S.L.C. 3 1 legedly results in the practice of the claimed in- 2 vention; 3 ‘‘(5) for each accused instrumentality identified 4 under paragraph (3), an explanation of— 5 ‘‘(A) where each element of each asserted 6 claim identified under paragraph (2) is found 7 within the accused instrumentality; 8 ‘‘(B) whether each such element is in- 9 fringed literally or under the doctrine of equiva- 10 lents; and 11 ‘‘(C) with detailed specificity, how the 12 terms in each asserted claim identified under 13 paragraph (2) correspond to the functionality of 14 the accused instrumentality; 15 ‘‘(6) for each claim that is alleged to have been 16 infringed indirectly, a description of— 17 ‘‘(A) the direct infringement; 18 ‘‘(B) any person alleged to be a direct in- 19 fringer known to the party alleging infringe- 20 ment; and 21 ‘‘(C) the acts of the alleged indirect in- 22 fringer that contribute to or are inducing the 23 direct infringement; 24 ‘‘(7) a description of the right of the party al- 25 leging infringement to assert each— OLL13310
(a) These rules are intended to supplement the Civil Local Rules of this District to facilitate the speedy, fair and efficient resolution of patent disputes. (b) These rules apply to all civil actions filed in or transferred to this Court which allege infringement of a utility patent in a complaint, counterclaim, cross-claim or third party claim, or which seek a declaratory judgment that a utility patent is not infringed, is invalid or is unenforceable. (c) The Court may modify the obligations or deadlines set forth in these Patent Local Rules based on the circumstances of any particular case, by stipulation of all parties, on motion of a party or on the Court’s own motion. The parties shall meet and confer prior to filing any motion seeking a modification of the obligations or deadlines set forth in these Patent Local Rules. Such meeting shall take place prior to the filing of the Joint Preliminary Report and Discovery Plan, and any such motion shall be filed no later than the filing of the Joint Preliminary Report and Discovery Plan. LPR 1.3.
Journal of Technical Analysis is published by the Market Technicians Association, Inc., (MTA) 61 Broadway, Suite 514, New York, NY 10006. Its purpose is to promote the investigation and analysis of the price and volume activities of the world’s financial markets. Journal of Technical Analysis is distributed to individuals (both academic and practitioner) and libraries in the United States, Canada and several other countries in Europe and Asia. Journal of Technical Analysis is copyrighted by the Market Technicians Association and registered with the Library of Congress. All rights are reserved. 2 Journal of Technical Analysis • 2009 • Issue 66 Letter from the Editor For decades I carried a quote in my wallet from Albert Einstein that goes something like this: As one grows older, one sees the impossibility of imposing one’s will on the chaos with brute force. But if you are patient, there will come that moment in time, when while eating an apple, the solution will present itself politely and say, “Here I am.” We most certainly live in a historic period that many describe as chaotic, but experienced technical analysts around the world reflect in private moments and say “Here we are – again.” The solutions we obtain from our charts come most often in quiet moments only after years of preparation, exhaustive research, and at least a decade of experience. It is this combination that creates an inner calm, allowing solutions to present themselves politely when so many people are in a state of panic and lacking clarity. I believe this issue of the Journal of Technical Analysis will provide insight to many readers about the depth of commitment the authors needed to obtain confidence in the methodologies they employ. This is an exceptional issue showing diversity and depth that will add to our understanding and will serve to guide us all on how best to present our own research summaries. Who will be motivated by this Journal to accept the challenge described at the end of my letter? The MTA Journal of Technical Analysis announced changes in our manuscript review board this year. What does the review board actually do for you? To quote one author whose paper was not accepted, ‘This kind of feedback is invaluable.’ There is more to the review process than you may be aware. While we have an important role to accept papers that reflect the highest standards within our industry, we also strive to further encourage and guide aspiring authors with very detailed comments to further the development of their work.
Excerpt from: Supplier Management Manual (Chapter 2) As at: 26.11.2009 Version 1.7.5 engl. Handbuch Lieferantenmanagement - extern/intern (vertraulich) - Version 1.7 / 1 2 Basic Requirements for Systems, Processes and Methods Contents Publication: Last Doc. Change: Last QMweb Change: Last Portal Change: external/internal 02.09.2009 20.12.2007 n. a. Basic Requirements for Systems, Processes and Methods 2 2.1 ISO TS 16949 2.2 VDA - Volumes issued by the German Association of the Automotive Industry 2.3 MBST - Mercedes-Benz Special Terms 2.4 Certificate Management 2.5 Electronic Data Interchange 2.6 Data Interchange via XML Interface in acc. to VDA 2.8 SIS - Standards Information System 2.9 Legal Text Online 3 Supplier Management Manual Version 1.7.5 MBC/Q Production Credits File and printed copies of this document are not subject to document change control. The valid version of this document is available from your portal administrator via the Daimler Supplier Portal (https://daimler.portal.covisint.com) 2 2 Basic Requirements for Systems, Processes and Methods Contents 1. Ensuring that organizational principles and objectives are met: 2. Ensuring that the MDS milestones are adhered to: 3. Ensuring that the MPS strategy is followed: 4. Ensuring that QM and vehiclespecific methods are employed: 5. Ensuring that communication is consistent with Extended Enterprise®: Supplier Management Manual Version 1.7.5 MBC/Q Publication: Last Doc. Change: Last QMweb Change: Last Portal Change: external/internal 02.09.2009 20.12.2007 n. a. LOI (= Letter of Intent – in exceptional cases only) Development and production contract Purchase conditions and MBST (Mercedes-Benz Special Terms) Standardized inquiry (including latest possible EMPB) Specifications document (component specifications) Standardized inquiry Drawings, CAD data Daimler-Benz delivery specifications, Mercedes-Benz standards Basic samples for interior materials Basic samples for paintwork Milestone plan in accordance with MDS Mercedes-Benz Special Terms Guideline for product realization, ISO TS 16949 Call-off details (delivery dates, quantities, packaging) Logistics Process Analysis (LPA) All applicable VDA volumes must be taken into account Daimler Process Audit SPICE according to ISO 15504 as per HIS (Manufacturer Initiative Software) Production process and product release as per MBST13 Global Supplier News Journal and Supplier Portal Forums and workshops with suppliers Data interchange via XML interface as per VDA File and printed copies of this document are not subject to document change control. The valid version of this document is available from your portal administrator via the Daimler Supplier Portal (https://daimler.portal.covisint.com)
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THE DESIGN SCHOOL Bachelor of Science in Design: INTERIOR DESIGN Applying To Pass Degree Milestone–Continuing To Second Year For students that have completed (or are currently enrolled in) INT 111, 120, 121, 123, 131, 221, and 222 and have earned a letter grade of “C” or better. Applying to pass the degree milestone requirement is competitive and limited by available spaces. Selection is awarded to those applicants demonstrating the highest promise for professional success. Students who want to apply to other programs must submit separate applications for any of the other programs. Transfers into programs are considered only on a space available basis, and such transfers are limited to students with equivalent course work who are competitive with continuing students (see “Transfer Students and Transfer Work”). Transfer students must be admitted to ASU prior to the application deadline to be eligible to apply online to pass the degree milestone. Students that do not pass the degree milestone should see an academic advisor if they need assistance. Application Deadline and Submission When 5:00 pm, May 2, 2014 Where Portfolio: Submit portfolio and written work to the Design North building, room 162 between regular business hours. (M- F 8:00am – Noon and 1:00pm – 5:00pm) Application: Complete online at https://herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/forms/design/degree_application/ This link will be active starting April 1, 2014. You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your application submission. Make sure your ASU e-mail account is working properly and check it immediately to verify that you received the confirmation. Policy on Late Applications Late applications will not be accepted under any circumstances Qualifications For students that have completed (or are currently enrolled in) INT 111, 120, 121, 123, 131, 221, and 222 with a “C” or better. Selection to pass the degree milestone in Interior Design is limited to applicants who have completed the first-year requirements and who are determined by the admissions committee to have the best potential for academic success. Space in the program is limited. Application materials and Grade Point Average (GPA) will be assessed to determine academic success. Decisions will be made based on the following and weighted with the following percentages: 30% Portfolio, 20% ASU GPA, 25% Interior Design GPA, and 25% Written Statement.
3.1. Personal Grooming Standards. This chapter outlines personal grooming while wearing any Air Force uniform or civilian clothing in an official capacity. Commander’s discretion may be used to determine if individual’s personal grooming is within standards of this instruction. Commanders do not have authority to waive grooming and appearance standards except as identified in this instruction. The personal grooming standards listed are minimum standards that represent common appearance issues and are not all-inclusive. Although Airmen have the right, within established limits, to express their individuality through their appearance, the Air Force has defined what is and what is not an acceptable, professional military image for Airmen. Except for minor variations based on gender differences, all Air Force personnel must comply with the same personal grooming standards. Supervisors have the responsibility to determine compliance with the letter and intent of this AFI and to correct the obvious violations regardless of whether the situation identified is clearly written in this AFI. 3.1.1. Hair-male and female. Will be clean, well-groomed, present a professional appearance, allow proper wear of headgear, helmet or chemical mask and conform to safety requirements. Will not contain excessive amounts of grooming aids (e.g. gel, mousse, pomade, moisturizer), appear lopsided, touch either eyebrow, or end below an imaginary line across the forehead at the top of the eyebrows that is parallel to the ground. If applied, dyes, tints, bleaches and frostings must result in natural, human hair colors. The hair color must complement the member’s complexion and skin tone. Examples of natural human hair colors are brown, blonde, brunette, natural red, black or grey. Prohibited examples (not all inclusive) are burgundy, purple, orange, fluorescent or neon colors. Exception: Commander may temporarily authorize cancer patients to wear approved caps (black/tan), wigs or maintain baldness due to a temporary medical condition (i.e., radiation/chemotherapy). If...