Whether you're a longtime WordPerfect user or you're new to this venerable, feature-packed word processing program, Corel WordPerfect 8 For Windows For Dummies has what you need. Authors and computing pros Margaret Levine Young, David Kay, and Jordan Young get you up and running quickly with a primer on WordPerfect in general (and WordPerfect 8 in particular). Then, to ensure that you always get professional results without any hassles, they offer practical, easy-to-understand coverage of all the WordPerfect 8 program's important features. You'll discover how to * Format documents and stylize text * Cut and paste blocks of text * Keep the WordPerfect secret codes under control * Get documents to print the way they look on screen * Manage multiple documents on screen at the same time * Use the Toolbar and Ruler * Enhance documents by adding images and clip art * Use fonts effectively and tastefully * Create form letters and mailing lists * Transform documents into ready-to-publish Web pages Plus, Corel WordPerfect 8 For Windows For Dummies includes a cheat sheet for you to tear out and keep handy for those times when you can't remember which keyboard shortcut does what.To switch between these uses, you press the Num Lock key. (Num Lock stands for numeric lock, although it sounds like a wrestling grip.) This key should be in the general vicinity of the numeric keypad (ours is right above the 7 key).
|Title||:||Corel WordPerfect 8 For Windows For Dummies|
|Author||:||Margaret Levine Young, David C. Kay, Jordan M. Young, II|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 1997-08-06|