Whether you’re new to Microsoft Office or have used it for years, this clear and friendly primer helps you be productive with Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and the rest of the Office apps from day one. Learn what’s new in Office 2010 and get a complete, step-by-step guide to each of its main programs, along with details on Publisher, OneNote, and Office Web Apps. With this Missing Manual on hand, you’ll be creating professional-quality documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and databases in no time.
Office 2010: The Missing Manual is a great way to master Office 2010 without having to stock up on a shelfload of books. Packed with illustrations and friendly advice, it’s truly the book that should have been in the box.
* Learn everything from basic word processing to desktop and web publishing with Word
* Use tables, graphics, and videos to create sophisticated Word documents
* Manage your contacts and keep track of your schedule with Outlook
* Quickly create and edit PowerPoint presentations, and snazz them up with videos and sound
* Build spreadsheets, use functions and formulas, and create charts and graphics with Excel
* Design databases and manage large stores of text, numbers, and pictures with Access
Six Things to Love about Office 2010
Office 2007 represented an Office revolution, introducing the Ribbon–a screen-top strip of buttons, organized around common tasks, that replaced the unwieldy collection of toolbars found in earlier versions. The Ribbon forever changed the way people worked with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the other Office programs. Office 2010 doesn’t shake things up the way its predecessor did, but it does fine-tune the entire machine and adds some nifty new features. Whether you’re upgrading from Office 2007 or you’re a holdout from an earlier version of Office, here are six things you’ll love about Office 2010: