If you've ever held a desk job, you've likely used at least one of the products in the Microsoft Office suite--thestandard productivity software for anyone who uses a computer as more than just a gaming machine. But that doesn't make you an instant expert in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook--especially when you're facing a revamped version of Office with a slew of new features and updates in each of the five programs.Office 2003 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guidegets you quickly up to speed on all of the suite's new features so that you can do your best work without getting slowed down by the software. Using clear, step-by-step instructions illustrated with hundreds of helpful screenshots, Office 2003 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guidewalks you through the most frequently-used tasks in each of the Office applications, as well as tips on how to best integrate them. Whether you don't have the time or resources to wade through long passages of text or you simply want a quick reference to the essentials of the Office applications, this is the ideal guide.**igoVgs 32 Qmtam rode fnna: Sw*d (dear**) Ar I Inaquot;aquot; I : CtkI I Figure 9.4 Choose Wingdings from the Font pulldown list. Inserting Symbols from the Wingdings Font The Wingdings font contains dozens of useful and fun symbols that you can anbsp;...
|Title||:||Microsoft Office 2003 for Windows|
|Author||:||Stephen W. Sagman, Gail Taylor|