Microsoft Office 2010 Handbook – Quick Tips To Master Office Products
- Mitzi Gibson Katz
- 206 Pages
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It is said that we use only a small percentage of our software’s capabilities. Make the most of your software investment by learning the features and shortcuts in each of the Office products. Microsoft Office 2010 Handbook is a collection of need-to-know features within each of the Office products. It is intended as a quick guide for review or reference for any level user. Those who are self-taught, and who may have gaps in their knowledge base, can benefit from the overview of individual topics. For instance, if you have been using Word but are having challenges with formatting, numbering, tables, etc., you can follow the procedures in the workbook without reading in-depth narrative explanations. You may have never heard of Styles or Sections in Word, but most people in an office setting could make good use of automatic styles generating an automatic table of contents or even as a navigation shortcut; use of different headers and footers within the same document, use of changing page orientations (portrait and landscape) within the same file.
- Microsoft Word: Learn selection, formatting and navigation techniques
- Microsoft PowerPoint: Enrich your knowledge of screen components, animation, multimedia and SmartArt
- Microsoft Excel: Learn how to enter and edit techniques in multiple worksheets
- Microsoft Access: Grasp the nuances of database designs, queries and tables
- Microsoft Outlook: Apply the smartest ways of emailing in Outlook
- Microsoft Publisher: Master the art of inserting graphic objects
- Along with OneNote: Managing the web contents and web annotations
- And Windows 8: Comprehend the file management, environment and programs
Review the topics as a means of learning features that you may not be aware of. You may be using the “long cuts” to complete your work. Microsoft Office 2010 Handbook contains numerous shortcuts to speed your work as well as “gotchas”, feature pitfalls for you to avoid.
Want to upgrade your Microsoft Office skills? Purchase Microsoft Office 2010 Handbook now at $149(Print) and $99(e-Book).