Office 2007 All-In-One Desk Reference for Dummies
- Revised and updated to cover changes to all of Office's applications and productivity tools
- Offers beyond-the-basics coverage of Office word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, e-mail, databases, and desktop publishing
- Covers Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, productivity tools such as Microsoft OneNote, and SharePoint
- Thoroughly updated to cover the new Office interface as well as new features in each application
Table of Contents
Book I: Common Office Tools.
Chapter 1: Office Nuts and Bolts.
Chapter 2: Wrestling with the Text.
Chapter 3: Speed Techniques Worth Knowing About.
Chapter 4: Taking Advantage of the Proofing Tools.
Chapter 5: Creating a Table.
Chapter 6: Creating a Chart.
Chapter 7: Making a SmartArt Diagram.
Chapter 8: Drawing and Manipulating Lines, Shapes, and Other Objects.
Book II: Word 2007.
Chapter 1: Speed Techniques for Using Word.
Chapter 2: Laying Out Text and Pages.
Chapter 3: Word Styles.
Chapter 4: Desktop Publishing with Word.
Chapter 5: Getting Word’s Help with Office Chores.
Chapter 6: Tools for Reports and Scholarly Papers.
Book III: Outlook 2007.
Chapter 1: Getting Acquainted with Outlook.
Chapter 2: Maintaining the Contacts Folder.
Chapter 3: Handling Your E-Mail.
Chapter 4: Managing Your Time and Schedule.
Chapter 5: Tasks, Reminders, and Notes.
Book IV: PowerPoint 2007.
Chapter 1: Getting Started in PowerPoint.
Chapter 2: Fashioning a Look for Your Presentation.
Chapter 3: Entering the Text.
Chapter 4: Making Your Presentations Livelier.
Chapter 5: Delivering a Presentation.
Book V: Excel 2007.
Chapter 1: Up and Running with Excel.
Chapter 2: Refining Your Worksheet.
Chapter 3: Formulas and Functions for Crunching Numbers.
Chapter 4: Making a Worksheet Easier to Read and Understand.
Chapter 5: Analyzing Data.
Book VI: Access 2007.
Chapter 1: Introducing Access.
Chapter 2: Building Your Database Tables.
Chapter 3: Entering the Data.
Chapter 4: Sorting, Querying, and Filtering for Data.
Chapter 5: Presenting Data in a Report.
Book VII: Publisher 2007.
Chapter 1: Introducing Publisher.
Chapter 2: Refining a Publication.
Chapter 3: Putting On the Finishing Touches.
Book VIII: Office 2007 — One Step Beyond.
Chapter 1: Customizing an Office Program.
Chapter 2: Ways of Distributing Your Work.
Chapter 3: Handling Graphics.
Chapter 4: Decorating Files with Clip Art.
Chapter 5: Note Taking with OneNote.
Chapter 6: Collaborating with SharePoint Services.
Chapter 7: Automating Tasks with Macros.
Chapter 8: Linking and Embedding in Compound Files.
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