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If you are using a desktop Linux system, a simplified GUI firewall tool is a good way to begin protecting your computer. At the very least, you can use your firewall to explicitly allow others to use selected services from your computer, while blocking requests for other services. Tools that come with Mandriva, Fedora Core, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) illustrate a few ways to configure a firewall using GUI tools. During installation of Fedora or RHEL, Red Hat offers a screen for selecting your level of firewall protection. Mandriva offers a firewall tool with its Control Center.
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used search terms. Outlook automatically searches as you enter the term and displays only matching appointments (or a message if there are no matching entries). Click the X adjacent to the Search box to cancel the search and return to displaying all Calendar items. If you need more control over the search, click the double down arrow at the top-right corner of the Calendar display. Outlook displays additional criterion fields as shown in Figure 11.19. Each field lets you enter a search term or select from a drop-down list. As you make entries, the Calendar display is automatically filtered to show only matching entries. You can also take the following actions: n To change a displayed criterion field for example, from Categories to Sensitivity click the arrow adjacent to the field name and select from the list displayed. n To remove a criterion field, click the arrow adjacent to the field name and select Remove. n To add a new criterion field, click Add Criteria and select from the list. n To cancel the search and display all Calendar entries, click the X to the right of the Search Calendar box. n To hide the additional criterion fields, click the double up arrow at the top-right corner of the Calendar display.
As you learned previously, a table normally has a unique field (or combination of fields) the primary key for that table which makes each record unique; often it s an ID field that uses the Text data type. To determine the contents of this ID field, you specify a method for creating the value in the field. Your method can be as simple as using the first letter of the real value you are tracking along with a sequence number (such as A001, A002, A003, B001, B002, and so on). The method may rely on a random set of letters and numbers for the field content (as long as each field has a unique value), or a complicated calculation based on information from several fields in the table. Table 6-2 lists the Mountain Animal Hospital tables and explains the plan for deriving the primary key values in each table. As Table 6-2 shows, it doesn t take a great deal of work (or even much imagination) to derive a plan for key values. Any rudimentary scheme with a good sequence number always works. Access automatically tells you when you try to enter a duplicate key value. To avoid duplication, you can simply add the value of 1 to the sequence number. You may think that all these sequence numbers make it hard to look up information in your tables. Just remember that normally you never look up information by an ID field. Generally, you look up information according to the purpose of the table. In the Customer table, for example, you would look up information by Customer Name. In some cases, the Customer Name is the same, so you can look at other fields in the table (ZIP code, phone number) to find the correct customer. Unless you just happen to know the Customer Number, you ll probably never use it in a search for information.
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