Migrating to Microsoft Office 2000
Have you ever gone home on Friday, only to come back on Monday to an entirely new suite of applications on your desktop? Ever fumbled through menus and screens trying to figure out how to do the same work you've always had to do. Frustrating, isn't it? Migrating to Office 2000 is designed for the common "victim" of upgrading to a new software package. Even the most savvy users struggle to return to productivity in the wake of upgrades, and what you are looking for is just what has changed. This book doesn't focus on reasons to upgrade or total cost of ownership discussion--just where the buttons are now so you can go on with your work.
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 159 x 228.6 x 17mm | 408.07g
- 19 May 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- Que Corporation,U.S.
- United States
Table of contents
1. New and Enhanced Microsoft Office Features Common to All Programs. Application Interface and Installation Changes. File Formats. Web-Based Collaboration. Managing Files. Editing and Drawing Enhancements. Revised Online Help.2. Upgrading to Microsoft Word 2000. What's New in Word. Managing Files. Web and Network Features. Tables. Templates and Forms. Graphic Enhancements. Tracking Revisions. International Features.3. Upgrading to Microsoft Excel 2000. What's New in Excel. Managing Files. Editing and Formatting. Formulas and Functions. Analyzing Data. Add-Ins. Charts. Workgroup Features. Importing and Exporting Data.4. Upgrading to Microsoft Access 2000. What's New in Access 2000. Managing Files. Databases. Tables and Records. Forms and Reports. Web and Network Features.5. Upgrading to Microsoft PowerPoint 2000. What's New in PowerPoint 2000. Managing Files. Views. Online Collaboration. Tables. Editing and Formatting. Slide Shows. Printing.6. Upgrading to Microsoft Outlook 2000. What's New in Microsoft Outlook 2000. Views. Email. Calendar. Contacts. Configuration.
About Laura Stewart
Laura Stewart is an experienced technical writer and software instructor. She is a certified Microsoft Office Expert Specialist in Excel and PowerPoint, and an award winning Microsoft Office 2000 Beta tester. Laura has written several computer reference books for QUE including: Using Microsoft Excel 97 (Second Edition), Migrating to Office 95 & 97: A Corporate Users Reference Guide, Easy Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, and Easy Microsoft Excel 97. She has also been a contributing author on several other QUE books, including: Special Edition Using Microsoft Project 98, Teach Yourself Microsoft Project 98, Special Edition Using Microsoft PowerPoint 97, and Special Edition Using Microsoft Project 95. With more than 7 years experience as a professional instructor of computer application classes, Laura has become an expert at explaining difficult software application concepts. At the same time, her engaging teaching style keeps the classes interesting and fosters an interactive learning experience for her students. Laura teaches a wide variety of spreadsheet, project management, database, and graphic applications primarily for Productivity Point International, a leader in computer software training solutions. Additionally, she frequently provides consulting on Excel, Project, and PowerPoint.