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Are you overwhelmed by the complexities of Microsoft Office? Are you feeling as if you’re not getting the most out of your applications? Have you not the slightest idea what FrontPage is for? With Office2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
, you’ll find all the answers you need to take advantage of this popular software suite and utilize its maximum potential. This one-stop reference provides easy-to-understand solutions arranged in an easy-to-understand format, all in the classic down-to-earth Dummies lingo.
This incredibly popular software includes everything you need for work, school, or just organization, including:
- Word processing (Word)
- Spreadsheets (Excel)
- Slideshow presentations (Power Point)
- Messaging and contact management (Outlook)
- Database management (Access)
- Web building tools (FrontPage)
- Tools for creating publications (Publisher)
- Application development (Visual Basic for Applications)
This complete and reliable guide to Office will aid you through all the programs and provide expert advice on:
- Formatting, editing, and general tools of Word, including table construction and word styles
- Using Outlook to handle e-mail, maintain contact folders, and manage time and schedule
- Beginning and advanced techniques with Power Point, including how to make your show livelier
- Creating, refining, and organizing spreadsheets with Excel
- Designing, editing, and maintaining a Web page with FrontPage
- Building data-base tables, entering, filtering, and sorting data on Access
- Customizing, automating tasks, and including art and graphics on your Office programs
Written by one of the leading experts on Microsoft programs, this book helps you create documents, slideshows, Web pages, and spreadsheets, as well as organize your databases, e-mails, and contact information. Stop sitting in front of your computer wondering what all of those multi-colored icons do! Office2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies will show you how to use Office like a pro.
Designed to be a one-stop, user-friendly reference for beginning to intermediate Microsoft Office users, this book is divided into separate "mini-books" that cover each of the Office tools: Word, Access, Excel, FrontPage, PowerPoint, and Publisher, as well as general Windows information.
Designed to be a one-stop, user-friendly reference for beginning to intermediate Microsoft Office users, this book is divided into separate mini-books that cover each of the Office tools: Word, Access, Excel, FrontPage, PowerPoint, and Publisher, as well as general Windows information.
Designed to be a one-stop, user-friendly reference for beginning to intermediate Microsoft Office users, this book is divided into separate "mini-books" that cover each of the Office tools: Word, Access, Excel, FrontPage, PowerPoint, and Publisher, as well as general Windows information. The two previous editions have sold over 220,000 copies. Now fully updated for the latest Office release, it also addresses how the Office tools work together.
9 books in 1 your key to Office 2003 success!
Your one-stop guide to getting things done with Office 2003
So youve installed Office 2003, and maybe youve bravely opened Word. But what about all those other icons sitting there tempting or intimidating you? Help has arrived! This handy one-stop reference walks you through each application, introduces cool tricks you can do with VBA and customization, and even helps you make friends with Windows XP.
The Dummies Way
- Coverage of the essentials and beyond
- Explanations in plain English
- "Get in, get out" information
- Tear-out cheat sheet
- A dash of humor and fun
About the Author
Peter Weverka is the author of Word For Dummies Quick Reference, Microsoft Money For Dummies, and other computer books. His humorous nontechnology articles have also delighted readers of Harpers.
Table of Contents
Book I: Word.
Chapter 1: Entering, Editing, and Formatting Text.
Chapter 2: Speed Techniques for Using Word.
Chapter 3: Laying Out Text and Pages.
Chapter 4: Word Styles.
Chapter 5: Constructing the Perfect Table.
Chapter 6: Desktop Publishing with Word.
Chapter 7: Getting Word's Help with Office Chores.
Chapter 8: Tools for Reports and Scholarly Papers.
Book II: Outlook.
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: Task, Reminders, and Notes.
Book III: PowerPoint.
Chapter 1: Getting Started in PowerPoint.
Chapter 2: Entering the Text.
Chapter 3: Advanced Formatting Techniques.
Chapter 4: Making Your Presentation Livelier.
Chapter 5: Giving the Presentation.
Book IV: Excel.
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: Seeing Data in Charts.
Chapter 6: Analyzing Data.
Book V: FrontPage.
Chapter 1: Introducing FrontPage.
Chapter 2: Laying Out a Web Page.
Chapter 3: Presenting the Content.
Chapter 4: Publishing and Maintaining a Web Site.
Chapter 5: Forms and Behaviors.
Book VI: Access.
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.
Chapter 1: Introducing Publisher.
Chapter 2: Refining a Publication.
Chapter 3: Putting on the Finishing Touches.
Book VIII: One Step Beyond Office.
Chapter 1: Customizing an Office Program.
Chapter 2: Automating Tasks with Macros and VBA.
Chapter 3: Embellishing Your Files with Art and Graphics.
Chapter 4: Managing the Microsoft Clip Organizer.
Chapter 5: Note Taking with OneNote.
Book IX: Windows XP.
Chapter 1: Windows Basics.
Chapter 2: Working with Files and Folders.
Chapter 3: Making Windows XP Work Your Way.
Chapter 4: Let Me Entertain You.