Introduction to Word 2002
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- Paperback | 94 pages
- 201.7 x 256.5 x 5.8mm | 222.26g
- 05 Aug 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
- 3rd ed.
Table of contents
1. Microsoft Word Basics. How to Use This Book. Typographic Conventions Used in This Book. Understanding the Word Screen. Getting Help. Manipulating Windows. 2. Introduction to Word Documents. Creating and Saving Documents. Moving around a Document. Region Selection. Cutting, Moving, Copying, and Pasting Text. Undoing Mistakes. Spelling and Grammar Checking. Previewing and Printing a Document. Pagination. 3. Formatting Documents. Formatting Basics. Using Fonts. Paragraphs and Alignment. Using Wizards. Templates. Creating Your Own Templates. 4. Using Tables in Documents. The Use of Tables in Engineering. Creating Tables. Adding Data to a Table. Manipulating Data in a Table. Embedding and Linking with Excel. 5. Writing Technical Documents. Introduction to Technical Writing Style. Creating Lists. References and Footnotes. Mathematical Formulas. Creating Charts. Graphics.
About David Kuncicky
David C. Kuncicky is a native Floridian. He earned his Baccalaureate in psychology, Master's in computer science, and Ph.D. in computer science from Florida State University. He has served as a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and the Department of Computer Science at Florida State University. He has taught computer science and computer engineering courses for over 15 years. He has published research in the areas of intelligent hybrid systems and neural networks. He is currently the Director of Engineering at Bioreason, Inc. in Sante Fe, New Mexico.