Master Visually Office X
This title presents the newest Microsoft Office suite in the popular Master Visually format, designed for visual learners who want in-depth information. It includes 700 pages of coverage on Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, FrontPage, and Publisher. It also covers basic and advanced features and the latest version "X" enhancements using two-colour, step-by-step screen shots, including creating, formatting, editing, sharing, and storing files. This is a complete visual reference by a veteran author of seven previous Visual books.
- Paperback | 720 pages
- 205.7 x 229.1 x 48.3mm | 1,496.87g
- 10 Oct 2003
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
Table of contents
I. USING OFFICE PROGRAMS. 1) Getting Started with Office 2003. 2) Work with Office Documents. II. USING WORD. 3) Getting Started with Word. 4) Format Text. 5) Change Document Appearance. 6) Create Tables. 7) Work with Graphics. 8) Print Documents. III. USING EXCEL. 9) Getting Started with Excel. 10) Work with Worksheets. 11) Work with Data, Formulas, and Functions. 12) Create Charts. 13) Work with Graphics. 14) Print Worksheets. IV. USING POWERPOINT. 15) Getting Started with PowerPoint. 16) Format a Presentation. 17) Add Objects to Slides. 18) Fine--Tune and Present a Presentation. V. USING ACCESS. 19) Getting Started with Access. 20) Create and Edit Data. 21) Change Table Design. 22) Create Forms. 23) Find and Query Data. 24) Create Reports. VI. USING OUTLOOK. 25) Getting Started with Outlook. 26) Organize E--mail. 27) Manage Personal Information. VII. USING FRONTPAGE. 28) Getting Started with FrontPage. 29) Fine--Tune and Publish a Web Site. VIII. USING PUBLISHER. 30) Getting Started with Publisher. 31) Work with Graphics. 32) Review and Print Your Publication. IX. SPECIAL OFFICE FEATURES. 33) Share Data. 34) Customize Office.
About Mike Toot
Michael S. Toot is a Seattle--based consultant and author, writing about desktop applications and server--side software. Prior to consulting he was a senior product manager at WRQ, Attachmate, and Compaq / Digital Equipment Corporation, developing middleware solutions for Fortune 2000 customers. Before working fulltime in the computer industry he was a litigation attorney. When not writing books he can be found reading, renovating his 95--year--old home with his wife and two cats, or sailing on Puget Sound.