Microsoft Office 2000 for Windows for Dummies, Quick Reference
Dive right in and emerge with the information you need to complete whatever task you have at hand. Inside Microsoft Office 2000 For Windows For Dummies Quick Reference, you'll find clear, no-nonsense explanations of all the Office 2000 features and commands in an easy A-to-Z order, and you'll discover how all the programs work together in one integrated suite. Review common chores used in all Office applications; use the powerful Office Wizards to save time and headaches when creating files; share data across applications, projects, or workgroups; and master the fine art of desktop publishing with Publisher 2000, the newest tool in the Office 2000 Professional Edition.
With its spiral, lay-flat binding for quick reference and its low price, this book will become your desktop companion.
Table of Contents
PART I: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 2000.
PART II: Doing Common Chores.
PART III: Word 2000.
PART IV: Excel 2000.
PART V: PowerPoint 2000.
PART VI: Access 2000.
PART VII: Outlook 2000.
PART VIII: Publisher 2000.
PART IX: Completing Complex Tasks.
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