Beginning Microsoft Office 2010

Beginning Microsoft Office 2010

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This book is a practical, step-by-step guide to getting started with Microsoft Office 2010. Youa€™ll learn how to create and edit essential office filesa€”documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and morea€”quickly and efficiently. Youa€™ll also learn about all of the new updates included with Office 2010. Collaborate on projects in the cloud and access your files from virtually anywherea€”with Beginning Microsoft Office 2010, youa€™ll take a hands-on approach to learning everything, new and old, that the worlda€™s most popular productivity software suite has to offer. Get started with Office 2010 Basics. Create, store, and share office documents. Use shared Office tools both online and offline. How to keep e-mail, contacts, appointments, notes, and tasks organized. What youa€™ll learn Learn how to use the following Microsoft Office applications: Microsoft Word 2010 Microsoft Excel 2010 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Microsoft Outlook 2010 Microsoft OneNote Who this book is for This book is for both those new to Office and those who have used previous versions of Office. Table of Contents Getting StartED with Office 2010 Head in the Cloud: Experiencing Software As a Service Learning Common Tools across the Office Suite Working with Text and Graphics Customizing Office to Suit You Creating and Editing Text the Easy Way Adding Style: Formatting your Documents Creating More Complex Layouts with Tables and Columns Revising, Reviewing, and Finalizing Documents Printing and Sharing Documents Building Worksheets and Entering Data Editing and Formatting Worksheets and Workbooks Creating Powerful and Persuasive Charts Crunching Numbers with Formulas and Functions Creating and Using Excel Databases Building a Persuasive Presentation Creating Compelling Slides Adding Life and Interest to a Presentation Delivering a Presentation Live or Online Making the Most of E-mail Keeping Your Contacts in Order Managing Your Calendar Working with Tasks, Reminders, and Notes Taking Notes Organizing and Synchronizing Your Notes Making OneNote Work for YouRich Text Format: Use this format to create a document with formatting that most word processing programs and text editors can open successfully. 6. ... Use XPS if youa#39;re sure that the recipient is using Windows 7 or Windows Vista or otherwise has a program that can display XPS files correctly. To create a PDF file or XPS file from a document, follow these steps: Open the document if ita#39;s not already open.

Title:Beginning Microsoft Office 2010
Author:Guy Hart-Davis
Publisher:Apress - 2010-07-27


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