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Word 2013 in easy steps
shows you how to quickly get to grips with the new features of Microsoft's latest version of this popular word processing application. Word has been brought up-to-date with a new, sleeker look. There are new templates and design tools and new ways to share and work with others. Word 2013 is much more functional on tablets and other touch screen devices and file sharing and cloud storage gives you consistent access to information from virtually any device.
In the clear and concise In Easy Steps style, it covers all that you need to know to get more from your new word processor. This includes features covering; viewing and editing text on Tablet PCs, using Word directly on the web, adding photos and videos to jazz up your documents and collaborating with others to work on a document.
Word 2013 in easy steps uses detailed images and easy-to-follow instructions to get you up to speed with Word, whether you are just upgrading from a previous version or are a new user. Packed with invaluable tips and shortcuts, this guide offers the best return on your investment.
Microsoft Word 2013 represents one of the largest improvements in user experience and interaction during the application's long history. Today's users expect to be able to work easily in different places with different people and devices but without having to worry about the underlying technologies. Accordingly, Word's new version helps us to take full advantage of Microsoft's shared services and the many ways of collaborating and organizing our media without being restricted to one computer in one place.
The increasingly visual nature of Word means that a clear, concise and colorful visual reference guide is an invaluable tool for both newcomers and those upgrading from older versions. Word 2013 in easy steps meets this challenge head on with its thorough treatment of the full range of features using detailed pictorial examples and easy-to-follow explanations.
About the Author
has worked as an author (of In Easy Steps books), training consultant and software developer for 16 years. His experience of business training spans most of this time, and includes running a training department for a global software publisher. He has written and delivered both standard and customized courses for many clients including IBM, Sony, Compaq, Hewlett Packard and Deutsche Bank. Many of these are run on-site: mostly in the U.S. but also in Europe, Africa and the Far East. His time as a College and University lecturer has given him experience with a variety of training levels and requirements, as well as different styles and approaches to training.