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Office 2010: The Missing Manual
The Book That Should Have Been in the Box
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- Create professional-looking documents. Learn everything you need to know to craft beautiful Word documents.
- Stay organized. Keep track of your email, calendar, and contacts with Outlook.
- Crunch numbers with ease. Assemble data, make calculations, and summarize the results with Excel.
- Make eye-catching presentations. Build PowerPoint slideshows with video and audio clips, animations, and more.
- Build Access databases quickly. Make your data easy to find, sort, and manage.
- Manage your files more efficiently. Use the new Backstage view to quickly work with your Office files.
- Get to know the whole suite. Learn to use other handy Office tools: Publisher, OneNote, and Office Web Apps.
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Nancy Conner has a PhD in English from Brown University and has taught writing, including technical writing, to college students for more than a dozen years. She is currently a freelance copyeditor, specializing in technical books covering topics ranging from the MS Office suite to programming languages and advanced network security. Matthew MacDonald (http://www.prosetech.com) is a developer, author, and educator in all things Visual Basic and .NET. He's worked with Visual Basic and ASP since their introduction, and has written over a dozen books on the subject, including The Book of VB .NET (No Starch Press) and Visual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook (O'Reilly). He has also written Missing Manual titles on Excel 2007 and Access 2007 (O'Reilly). His website is http://www.prosetech.com/.
The Missing Credits; About the Authors; About the Creative Team; Acknowledgements; The Missing Manual Series; Introduction; What Is Office 2010?; What's New in Office 2010; About This Book; The Very Basics; Part One: Word; Chapter 1: Basic Word Processing; 1.1 Opening Word; 1.2 Creating a New Document; 1.3 Typing in Some Text; 1.4 Saving a Document; 1.5 Closing a Document; 1.6 Opening an Existing Document; 1.7 Different Ways to View Your Work; Chapter 2: Editing and Formatting; 2.1 Selecting and Moving Text; 2.2 Finding and Replacing Text; 2.3 Text Formatting: Font, Size, and Style; 2.4 Paragraph Formatting: Aligning, Indenting, Spacing; 2.5 Working with Lists; 2.6 Formatting a Document; Chapter 3: Tables, Graphics, and Charts; 3.1 Creating a Table; 3.2 Adding Information to a Table; 3.3 Editing a Table; 3.4 Formatting a Table; 3.5 Inserting Images; 3.6 Editing an Image; 3.7 Fun with Fonts and Art That's Smart; 3.8 Adding Charts and Diagrams; Chapter 4: Proofing and Research Tools; 4.1 Checking Spelling and Grammar; 4.2 Getting Things Right with AutoCorrect; 4.3 Word's Built-in Research Tools; Chapter 5: Printing Documents; 5.1 Getting Started with Printing; 5.2 Selecting Print Options and Settings; 5.3 Sending a Fax; 5.4 Printing Envelopes; 5.5 Printing Labels; 5.6 Merging Names and Addresses with Documents; Chapter 6: Reports and Long Documents; 6.1 Inserting Page Breaks; 6.2 Breaking a Document into Sections; 6.3 Footnotes and Endnotes; 6.4 Citations and Bibliographies; 6.5 Helping Readers Navigate Your Document; Chapter 7: Customizing Your Documents with Themes, Templates, and Macros; 7.1 Themes: The Way to Better Designs; 7.2 Templates: Reusable Document Blueprints; 7.3 Save Time with Macros; Chapter 8: Desktop and Web Publishing; 8.1 Newsletters and Brochures; 8.2 Web Page Design; Chapter 9: Sharing and Collaborating on Documents; 9.1 Sharing a Document; 9.2 Adding Comments; 9.3 Tracking Changes; 9.4 Comparing Documents; 9.5 Combining Documents; 9.6 Protecting Your Documents; 9.7 Coauthoring and Simultaneous Editing; Part Two: Outlook; Chapter 10: Getting Started with Outlook; 10.1 Setting Up Outlook; 10.2 Taking a Quick Look Around; 10.3 Composing and Sending Email; 10.4 Receiving Email; 10.5 Printing a Message; 10.6 Fighting Spam; 10.7 Saving Time with Quick Steps; 10.8 Managing Multiple Email Accounts; Chapter 11: Outlook's Address Book; 11.1 Adding and Editing Contacts; 11.2 Finding a Contact; 11.3 Viewing Contacts; 11.4 Communicating with a Contact; 11.5 Gathering Contacts into a Group; 11.6 Printing Your Contacts; Chapter 12: Getting Organized with Folders; 12.1 Finding Folders in the Navigation Pane; 12.2 Creating a New Folder; 12.3 Filling Up...