Synopses & Reviews
8 books in 1 — your key to Office 2007 success!
Your one-stop guide to solving Office problems and getting work accomplished.
Office 2207 gives you a set of tools for managing documents and data, analyzing numbers, organizing your e-mail and schedule, building presentations, and designing publications - and this book covers them all! Get the scoop on all the Office programs, find out how to supercharge your productivity by using them together, and much more.
Discover how to:
- Proofread text in Word
- Crunch numbers in Excel
- Corral data with Access
- Subdue junk mail with Outlook
- Pack punch into your presentations
- Publish brochures and newsletters
A comprehensive, beginner's reference guide to Microsoft Office 2007 provides detailed coverage of each Office 2007 technology--including Word, Access, Excel, Outlook, Publisher, PowerPoint, and One Step Beyond--and offers advice on optimizing each application, Office tools, Windows fundamentals, advanced Office topics, and application integration. Original. (Beginner)
- 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
About the Author
Peter Weverka is the bestselling author of several For Dummies books, including PowerPoint 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies and Microsoft Money For Dummies, as well as 30 other computer books about various topics. Peter’s humorous articles and stories — none related to computers, thankfully — have appeared in Harper’s, SPY, The Argonaut, and other magazines for grown-ups.
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.