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Microsoft Office is the most popular application suite in the industry. Knowing how to get around and get work done in Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint are essential prerequisites in just about any organization today. Most users only scratch the surface of the Office applications -- they only want to quickly learn the most common, most important tasks for each of the suite's main applications. Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Office XP in 24 Hours is designed precisely for this beginning-level user -- somebody who doesn't want to become an Office expert but just wants to get productive as quickly and as smoothly as possible. Written by an expert in the field who is familiar with what actual users need to know about Office, the book details the best tools, shortcuts, and ways to accomplish the most common tasks in Office, and avoids the little-used features. The reader can work his way through the entire book at his own pace, or dip into specific lessons or tasks that solve an immediate question or problem.
Because most people don't have the luxury of sitting down uninterrupted for hours at a time to learn Office XP, this 10-Minute Guide focuses on the most often used features, covering them in lessons designed to take 10 minutes or less to complete. In addition, this guide teaches the user how to use Visio without relying on technical jargon, by providing straightforward, easy-to-follow explanations and lists of numbered steps that tell the user which keys to press and which options to select.
Another release in our successful How to Do Everything series, this friendly, solutions-oriented book is filled with step-by-step examples for using the Office xp suite. Each chapter begins with the specific how-to topics that will be covered, and within the chapter, each topic is accompanied by a solid, easy-to-follow walkthrough of the process. The book covers all the programs in the suite, including Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, and FrontPage. You'll also get details on the new features, such as speech and collaboration tools.
This new edition of Mastering Microsoft Office provides a concise, practical guide to the essential features of Microsoft Office. With updated coverage of Office 2000, this book offers guidance on the most useful aspects of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. It also includes a new chapter on Outlook. Step-by-step instructions take the reader through a series of connected tasks which are illustrated with screenshots to aid understanding. Exercises, multiple choice questions and worksheets help to consolidate knowledge, making this book ideal for use on courses, and for self-study in the home or office.
This complete reference provides comprehensive coverage of the Office Suite, including the overall changes and updates, such as Smart Tags, new Task Panes, speech recognition capabilities, new security features, and more. You'll also get full coverage the individual applications in the Office Suite: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer, and Publisher.
According to Microsoft, Windows 2000 Pro combines the friendly interface of Windows 98 with the famous stability of Windows NT. Windows 2000, the successor to NT, introduces many technologies that weren't available in NT, including Plug-and-Play, support for USB devices, power management features, and more. It's 25% faster than Windows 98 and three times as stable. Unfortunately, despite all the enhancements, Microsoft forgot to address one of NT's most glaring omissions: Windows 2000 doesn't include a printed user's manual. In Windows 2000 Pro: The Missing Manual, bestselling Windows NT author Sharon Crawford provides the friendly, authoritative book that should have been in the box. It's the ideal (and desperately needed) users' guide for the world's most popular corporate operating system. The book begins at the beginning: with a guide to what's new (for former NT users), a tour of the Desktop, and logging into the network. (Virtually all Windows 2000 users are on a network.) A special focus: organizing files, folders, and windows for maximum efficiency and minimum clutter. Detailed guidance for installing, removing, and troubleshooting new software and hardware comes next. More advanced chapters explore basic networking and Internet survival, including an excellent, step-by-step handbook for setting up a peer-to-peer network without having to hire a consultant, and chapters on configuring and using the Web (Internet Explorer), email (Outlook Express), and the built-in fax software. The final part of the book covers Windows 2000's local-management options: security, user profiles, backing up, and so on--all crowned by a beefy troubleshooting guidebook. Like the other books in the Missing Manual line, Windows 2000 Pro: The Missing Manual offers superb writing, special features for both absolute novices and power users, and offers authoritative, complete coverage of its subject. Windows 2000 Pro doesn't come with a manual-but if it did, Windows 2000 Pro: The Missing Manual would be it.
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. It's EASIER than ever to get started with Microsoft Office 2010!Navigate your way around the Microsoft Office 2020 suite without getting lost in too many details. Microsoft Office 2010 Demystified shows you the ropes and explains the new, handy, and most popular functions of each application. Written in a step-by-step, tutorial format, this practical guide begins with an overview of the suite and the universal features that can be used in all of the individual programs. Then, you'll drill down into the specifics of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Detailed explanations and screenshots make it easy to understand the material, and end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam help reinforce key concepts. It's a no-brainer! You'll learn how to: Create great-looking Word documents Crunch numbers and get graphical in Excel spreadsheets Develop persuasive PowerPoint presentations Manage your email, tasks, calendar, and contacts with Outlook Build and manage Access databases Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for an advanced student, Microsoft Office 2010 Demystified helps you master this powerful suite of applications.
The Picture Stories Series is perfect for students with little or no literacy skills in English or in their first language. The authors present stories about immigrant families' experiences when they first arrived in the United States, which students are certain to understand. Literacy skills as well as more complex tasks in listening, speaking, reading, and writing are learned, practiced, and reinforced using these different picture stories as the focus for each unit.More Picture Stories: Language and Problem-Posing Activities for Beginners, by Fred Ligon, Elizabeth Tannenbaum, and Carol Richardson Rogers, is for beginning to low-intermediate students. (Written in association with The Experiment in International Living.)See also Picture Stories: Language and Literacy Activities for Beginners.
The Picture Stories Series is perfect for students with little or no literacy skills in English or in their first language. The authors present stories about immigrant families' experiences when they first arrived in the United States, which students are certain to understand. Literacy skills as well as more complex tasks in listening, speaking, reading, and writing are learned, practiced, and reinforced using these different picture stories as the focus for each unit.Picture Stories: Language and Literacy Activites for Beginners, by Fred Ligon and Elizabeth Tannenbaum, is for students at Literacy level.See also More Picture Stories: Language and Problem-Posing Activities for Beginners.