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The new version of Microsoft Office for Macs brings many features from Office XP to the Macintosh platform -- and is the first Office upgrade to take full advantage of the souped-up multimedia capabilities and new user interface of Mac OS X. This friendly guide gets users up to speed fast on all of the programs in the suite -- Word, Entourage, Excel, and PowerPoint -- and provides ample coverage of collaboration tools and the many enhancements.
Whether users are upgrading or using Office for Macs for the first time, thisbook will help get things done painlessly. It shows readers how to accomplishtheir tasks, navigate toolbars, menus, dialog boxes and icons with ease.
Office 2001 was completely re-programmed for Apple's next-generation operating system, Mac OS X. Covering the changes and improvements made to the Office suite for the Macintosh, this guide is to help users navigate the menus, toolbars, dialogue boxes and icons, and accomplish tasks using Office.
Covers Word, Entourage, Excel, and PowerPoint
Discover Office tools for workplace collaboration and document sharing
Your fun and easy guide to all four programs in Office v. X Office v. X gives you loads of Mac OS X-powered tools. But how do you get a handle on those zillions of menus and options? Don't worry! In this friendly guide, Tom Negrino walks you through the basics of word processing, e-mail, personal information management, spreadsheets, and presentations - and makes it easy to jump right in and get stuff done.
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The new version of Microsoft Office for Macs brings many features from Office XP to the Macintosh platform -- and is the first Office upgrade to take full advantage of the souped-up multimedia capabilities and new user interface of Mac OS X. This friendly guide gets users up to speed fast on all of the programs in the suite -- Word ,Entourage, Excel ,and Power Point-and provides ample coverage of collaboration tools and the many enhancements.
About the Author
Tom Negrino is a contributing editor at Macworld magazine and the author of many computer books, including Microsoft Office 2001 For Macs For Dummies.
Table of Contents
PART I: Getting Started with Microsoft Office v. X.
Chapter 1: Why Office v. X?
Chapter 2: Running Office v. X.
Chapter 3: Help Is Everywhere You Turn.
PART II: Using Word X.
Chapter 4: Getting Friendly with Word X.
Chapter 5: Working with Words.
Chapter 6: Looks Matter: A Guide to Attractive Formatting.
Chapter 7: Creating Reports and Newsletters.
PART III: Organizing Your E-Mail and Time with Entourage X.
Chapter 8: E-Mail Basics: Reading, Writing, Replying.
Chapter 9: Taming Your E-Mail with Folders and Rules.
Chapter 10: Managing Your Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks.
PART IV: Crunching Your Numbers with Excel X.
Chapter 11: Spreadsheets 101: Behind the Rows and Columns.
Chapter 12: Formulas Work -
So That You Don't Have To!
Chapter 13: Working with Worksheets and Workbooks.
Chapter 14: Turning Numbers into Pictures with Charts.
PART V: Putting on a Show with PowerPoint X.
Chapter 15: Creating PowerPoint Slide Shows.
Chapter 16: Spiffing Up Your Presentations.
Chapter 17: Doing the Presentation.
PART VI: Working Well with Others.
Chapter 18: Using the Office v. X Collaboration Features.
Chapter 19: Sharing Information Over the Internet.
PART VII: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 20: Ten (Or So) Ways to Customize Office v. X.
Chapter 21: Ten Tips to Tune Up Your Toolbars.
Chapter 22: Ten Quick Time-Saving Tips.