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Whether you're upgrading to Office 2013 from a previous version or using it for the first time, Office 2013 in easy steps
will guide you through the key features so you'll be a pro in no time!
Task orientated and in bite-size chunks it shows how to; Create reports, newspapers, cards and booklets; Calculate and manage your financial matters; Perfect your presentations and slide shows; Email, keep in touch and stay organised; Collaborate with others to work on a document.
Office 2013 in easy steps majors on Office Professional which includes seven products: Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word. It also introduces four other Office applications: InfoPath, Lync, Project and Visio. There is also coverage of stand-alone products SharePoint and MapPoint, SkyDrive Pro 2013, Office 365 and the Web Apps. Office 2013 in easy steps works with touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard across Windows devices, including tablets. Sign in with your Microsoft ID and use the software across different platforms.
Aimed at both new and experienced users, Office 2013 in easy steps covers the essential functions of Office 2013. Packed with relevant tips and shortcuts, this guide will help you learn fast so you can focus on the job in hand!
Office 2013 in easy steps
will guide users through Microsoftand#8217;s latest version of Office, so they will soon master its new features. This new release works with touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard across Windows devices, including tablets. Sign in with a Microsoft ID and use the software across different platforms.
Office 2013 in easy steps concentrates on the most useful and productive elements of Office 2013, covering the basics of Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. It also introduces other Office applications such as Access, OneNote, Publisher, InfoPath Designer and Filter, and Lync.
Aimed at both new and experienced users, Office 2013 in easy steps covers the essential functions of MS Office in easy steps.
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