Office 2010 Made Simple for Windows is a practical and highly effective approach to using the Office 2010 Home a Business (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote) and Home a Student (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote) programs to create and edit documents and get work done efficiently. Conveying information quickly and concisely, the book brings you from a beginner or low intermediate to an experienced and confident user. Illustrated graphical approach shows what happens at each stage Short sections provide instant access to each task the reader needs to perform Step-by-step instructions help the reader grasp even complex procedures in full confidence What youall learn Master the Ribbon interface and become expert with keyboard shortcuts Capture every important piece of informationaand find it when you need it Create attractive documents and powerful presentations Process incoming mail automatically and keep your Inbox under control Organize your work life with Outlookas appointments and tasks Record and analyze your business data in simple databases Who this book is for Beginning and intermediate users looking to get up to speed quickly with the Office 2010 applications and use them productively, both online and offline. Table of Contents Meeting the Office Programs and Learning What they Do Using the Ribbon, Backstage, and Common Tools Working with Text Using Graphics in Your Documents Coauthoring in Real Time and Sharing Documents Making the Office Programs Work Your Way Entering and Editing Text in Your Documents Formatting Your Documents Easily and Efficiently Adding Headers, Footers, Tables, and Columns Revising, Finalizing, and Printing Your Documents Creating Workbooks and Entering Data Editing Worksheets and Applying Formatting Performing Calculations with Formulas and Functions Creating Charts to Present Your Data Creating Databases and Solving Business Problems Getting Up to Speed and Taking Notes Searching, Protecting, and Synchronizing Your Notes Customizing One Note and Using It with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook Starting a Presentation Building Effective Slides for Your Presentation Giving a Presentation Life and Impact Delivering a Presentation in Person or Online Setting Up Outlook and Meeting the Interface Sending and Receiving E-mail Managing Your Contacts with Outlook Organizing Your Schedule, Tasks, and NotesUse XPS when youa#39;re sure the person youa#39;re sharing the document with has Windows 7 or Windows Vista on reader ... these operating systems include XPS To start creating a PDF file or XPS file, open the document, and then work asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Office 2010 Made Simple|
|Author||:||Guy Hart-Davis, MSL Made Simple Learning|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2011-08-17|