Word 2003 All-In-One Desk Reference for Dummies
- The basics, such as editing, saving, and printing documents
- Time-savers, including creating keyboard shortcuts, using styles, and more
- Jazzing up your documents with borders, shading, shapes, charts, drawings, and clip art
- Handy desktop publishing tricks
- Whipping out letters, envelopes, return-address labels, and more
Written by Doug Lowe, author of more than 30 For Dummies books, Word 2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies lets you go as far as you want. You can venture off and explore:
- Creating Web pages with Word, how to host a Web site, and more
- Using XML (eXtensible Markup Language) to store and exchange information in a standardized way that’s accessible universally
- Outlining, indexing, creating a table of contents, and more
- Using Word’s Master Document to compile long documents such as your future bestseller, your unabridged collection of bad jokes, or whatever
- Using Word’s speech recognition so you can dictate text and issue menu commands by speaking
- Creating macros with VBA (Visual Basics for Applications)
A comprehensive index helps you find the information you want fast. So what are you waiting for? With Word 2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies as your navigator, take Word 2003 out for a spin and see what this baby can do.
Table of Contents
Book I: Word Basics.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Word.
Chapter 2: Managing Your Documents.
Chapter 3: Working with Templates.
Chapter 4: Printing Your Documents.
Chapter 5: Help!
Book II: Formatting Text.
Chapter 1: Basic Text Formatting.
Chapter 2: The Border Patrol and Other Shady Characters.
Chapter 3: Working with Styles.
Chapter 4: Page Setup and Section Formatting.
Chapter 5: Column Formatting.
Chapter 6: Using Tables.
Chapter 7: Creating Lists.
Chapter 8: Working with Footnotes and Endnotes.
Book III: Editing Techniques.
Chapter 1: Getting Around.
Chapter 2: Basic Document Editing Techniques.
Chapter 3: Finding and Replacing.
Chapter 4: All About AutoCorrect and Its Siblings.
Chapter 5: Proofing and Research Tools.
Chapter 6: Track Changes and Other Collaboration Features.
Book IV: Getting Graphic.
Chapter 1: Inserting Pictures and Clip Art.
Chapter 2: Drawing on Your Documents.
Chapter 3: Fill Effects, Ghosts, Shadows, and Other Effects.
Chapter 4: Working Graphically with Text.
Chapter 5: Charts and Diagrams.
Chapter 6: A Pocket Full of Desktop Publishing Tricks.
Chapter 7: Move Over, Einstein (Creating Equations).
Book V: Web Publishing.
Chapter 1: Going Online with Word.
Chapter 2: Creating Web Pages with Word.
Chapter 3: Basic Web Formatting Features.
Chapter 4: Using Themes and Cascading Style Sheets.
Chapter 5: Working with Frames.
Chapter 6: Word and XML.
Book VI: Advanced Document Features.
Chapter 1: Working with Fields.
Chapter 2: Form Follows Function (Setting Up and Using Forms).
Chapter 3: More about Outlining.
Chapter 4: Mystical Master Documents.
Chapter 5: So You Want to Make an Index, Eh?
Chapter 6: Creating a Table of Contents or Table of Figures.
Chapter 7: Objection, Your Honor (Creating a Table of Authorities).
Book VII: Letters, Envelopes, and Labels.
Chapter 1: Creating Letters and Envelopes.
Chapter 2: Faxing and E-Mailing Documents.
Chapter 3: Using the Mail Merge Wizard.
Chapter 4: More Mail Merge Tricks.
Book VIII: Customizing Word.
Chapter 1: Opting for Options.
Chapter 2: Customizing Toolbars, Menus, and Keyboard Shortcuts.
Chapter 3: Using Voice and Handwriting Features.
Book IX: Programming Word with VBA.
Chapter 1: Recording and Using Macros.
Chapter 2: Programming with VBA.
Chapter 3: Working with Word’s Object Model.
Chapter 4: Creating UserForms.
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