[share_ebook] Office 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies.Peter Weverka.Wiley.2007

Author: Peter Weverka

Date: 2007

ISBN: 978-0-471-78279-

Pages: 813

Language: English

Publisher: Wiley

Category: Technical

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  • Author: Peter Weverka
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publish Date: 2007
  • Pages: 813
Office 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies Authors Peter Weverka Publisher: Wiley Pub Date: 2007 Pages: 813 Library of Congress Control Number: 2006925911 ISBN: 978-0-471-78279-7 Introduction This book is for users of Office 2007 who want to get to the heart of the program without wasting time. Don’t look in this book to find out how the different programs in the Office suite work. Look in this book to find out how you can get your work done better and faster with these programs. I show you everything you need to make the most of the different Office programs. On the way, you have a laugh or two. No matter how much or how little skill you bring to the table, the guidance of this book will make you a better, more proficient, more confident user of the Office programs. What’s in This Book, Anyway? Office 2007 is radically different from its predecessors — you can tell as soon as you open your first Office 2007 program. Office has been given a facelift. The menus and toolbars that used to appear along the top of the program windows are gone and have been replaced by command tabs and a Ribbon. Instead of opening menus, you click buttons or make gallery choices. Behind the scenes, the makers of Office have made many features — charts, diagrams, shapes, and others — available to all or most of the programs. The Office suite offers more commands and features than ever before. It gives you many, many opportunities to exercise your creativity and computer prowess. This book is your guide to making the most of the Office programs. It’s jampacked with how-to’s, advice, shortcuts, and tips. Here’s a bare outline of the eight parts of this book: ? Book I: Common Office Tools: Looks into the many commands and features that are common to all or several of the Office programs. Master the material in Book I and you’re well on your way to mastering all the programs. Book I explains handling text, the proofing tools, charts, diagrams, and tables. It explores speed techniques that can make you more productive in most of the Office programs, as well as how to draw and manipulate lines, shapes, clip-art, and other so-called objects. ? Book II: Word 2007: Explains the numerous features in Office’s word processor, including how to create documents from letters to reports. Use the techniques described here to turn Word into a desktop-publishing program and quickly dispatch office tasks such as mass-mailings. You also discover how to get Word’s help in writing indexes, bibliographies, and other items of interest to scholars. ? Book III: Outlook 2007: Shows you how to send and receive e-mail messages and files, as well as track tasks, maintain an address book, and keep a calendar with Outlook. If you’re one of those people who receive numerous e-mail messages each day, you’ll be delighted to discover all the ways to track and manage e-mail — and junk e-mail — in Outlook. ? Book IV: PowerPoint 2007: Demonstrates how to construct a meaningful presentation that makes the audience say, “Wow!” Included in Book IV are instructions for making a presentation livelier and more original, both when you create your presentation and when you deliver it. ? Book V: Excel 2007: Shows the many different ways to crunch the numbers with the bean counter in the Office suite. Along the way, you find out how to design worksheets that are easy to read and understand, use data-validation rules to cut down on entry mistakes, and analyze your data. You find out just how useful Excel can be for financial analyses, data tracking, and forecasting. ? Book VI: Access 2007: Describes how to create a relational database for storing information, as well as query the database for information and gather information into meaningful reports. Don’t be frightened by the word “database.” You’ll be surprised to discover how useful Access can be in your work. ? Book VII: Publisher 2007: Shows how to create brochures, pamphlets, newsletters, and other publications with the “print shop in a can.” ? Book VIII: Office 2007 — One Step Beyond: For people who want to take full advantage of Office, Book VIII delves into customizing the Office programs, recording and running macros, and collaborating with the SharePoint Services software. It looks into some auxiliary programs that come with Office, including OneNote, Picture Manager, and Clip Organizer. It also looks into alternative ways to distribute your work — in a blog or a Web page, for example.

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