Models, Views, and Controllers

In this sample chapter from ASP.NET Core Application Development: Building an application in four sprints, the author team recaps the basics of models, views, controllers, middleware, and dependency injection.

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Lookup functions in Excel 2016

In this chapter from Microsoft Excel Data Analysis and Business Modeling, 5th Edition, author Wayne Winston discusses the syntax of lookup functions in Microsoft Excel 2016.

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Manage schedules in Microsoft Outlook 2016

In this sample chapter from MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft Outlook, learn more about exam objectives related to managing calendars, calendar items, tasks, and notes.

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Track progress: Detailed techniques

In this chapter from Microsoft Project 2016 Step by Step, learn how to properly track actual work against the original plan to identify variance—and adjust plan when necessary.

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Apply transitions and animations in PowerPoint 2016

In this sample chapter from MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft PowerPoint, author Joan Lambert explains how to configure slide transitions and animate slide content in PowerPoint 2016.

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