Exploring Microsoft Word 2000 / Edition 1

Exploring Microsoft Word 2000 / Edition 1

by Robert T. Grauer, Maryann Barber, Maryann Barber
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130204897

ISBN-13: 9780130204899

Pub. Date: 06/07/1999

Publisher: Pearson Education

All books in this series offer consistent presentation—common design, pedagogy, and writing style. Concepts as well as key-strokes are stressed. Hands-on exercises in every lesson provide just the right amount of practice time. MOUS Certification throughout the expert level for all individual applications and Office 2000. Three levels of chapter-ending exercises

Overview

All books in this series offer consistent presentation—common design, pedagogy, and writing style. Concepts as well as key-strokes are stressed. Hands-on exercises in every lesson provide just the right amount of practice time. MOUS Certification throughout the expert level for all individual applications and Office 2000. Three levels of chapter-ending exercises, multiple choice, practice, and case studies. For anyone interested in becoming more proficient in Microsoft Office 2000.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130204899
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
06/07/1999
Series:
Exploring Microsoft Office 2000 Series
Edition description:
SPIRAL
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
8.93(w) x 11.10(h) x 1.02(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Microsoft® Word 2000: What Will Word Processing Do for Me?
1(50)
Chapter Objectives
1(1)
Overview
1(1)
The Basics of Word Processing
2(3)
The Insertion Point
2(1)
Word Wrap
2(1)
Toggle Switches
3(1)
Insertion versus Overtype
4(1)
Deleting Text
5(1)
Introduction to Microsoft Word
5(3)
The File Menu
8(1)
Learning by Doing
9(1)
My First Document
10(7)
Troubleshooting
17(2)
Modifying An Existing Document
19(6)
The Spell Check
25(3)
AutoCorrect and AutoText
27(1)
Theasurus
28(1)
Grammar Check
29(2)
Save Command
31(2)
Backup Options
31(2)
The Spell Check
33(7)
Summary
40(1)
Key Words and Concepts
40(1)
Multiple Choice
41(2)
Practice with Microsoft Word
43(5)
Case Studies
48(3)
Gaining Proficiency: Editing and Formatting
51(58)
Chapter Objectives
51(1)
Overview
51(1)
Select-Then-Do
52(1)
Moving and Copying Text
53(1)
Undo and Redo Commands
53(1)
Find, Replace, and Go To Commands
54(1)
Scrolling
55(3)
View Menu
58(1)
Editing A Document
59(8)
Typography
67(4)
Typeface
67(2)
Type Size
69(1)
Format Font Command
69(2)
Page Setup Command
71(2)
Page Breaks
73(1)
An Exercise in Design
73(1)
Character Formatting
74(6)
Paragraph Formatting
80(5)
Alignment
81(1)
Indents
81(3)
Tabs
84(1)
Hyphenation
85(1)
Line Spacing
85(1)
Format Paragraph Command
85(3)
Borders and Shading
87(1)
Column Formatting
88(1)
Paragraph Formatting
89(9)
Summary
98(1)
Key Words and Concepts
98(1)
Multiple Choice
99(2)
Practice with Microsoft Word
101(5)
Case Studies
106(3)
Enhancing a Document: The Web and Other Resources
109(46)
Chapter Objectives
109(1)
Overview
109(1)
A Compound Document
110(4)
Microsoft Clip Gallery
111(1)
Insert Symbol Command
112(1)
Microsoft WordArt
113(1)
The Drawing Toolbar
114(1)
Creating A Compound Document
115(8)
Word 2000 and the Internet
123(3)
Copyright Protection
124(1)
Footnotes and Endnotes
125(1)
Word 2000 And The Web
126(8)
Wizards and Templates
134(3)
Wizards and Templates
137(5)
Summary
142(1)
Key Words and Concepts
143(1)
Multiple Choice
143(2)
Practice with Microsoft Word
145(8)
Case Studies
153(2)
Advanced Features: Outlines, Tables, Styles, and Sections
155(54)
Chapter Objectives
155(1)
Overview
155(1)
Bullets and Lists
156(1)
Creating an Outline
156(2)
Bullets, Lists, And Outlines
158(7)
Tables
165(2)
Tables
167(8)
Styles
175(2)
The Outline View
177(2)
The AutoFormat Command
178(1)
Styles
179(8)
Working in Long Documents
187(4)
Page Numbers
187(1)
Headers and Footers
187(1)
Sections
188(2)
Table of Contents
190(1)
Creating an Index
191(1)
The Go To Command
191(1)
Working In Long Documents
191(12)
Summary
203(1)
Key Words and Concepts
203(1)
Multiple Choice
204(2)
Practice with Microsoft Word
206(2)
Case Studies
208(1)
Desktop Publishing: Creating a Newsletter
209(46)
Chapter Objectives
209(1)
Overview
209(1)
The Newsletter
210(4)
Typography
212(1)
The Columns Command
213(1)
Newspaper Columns
214(8)
Elements of Graphic Design
222(4)
The Grid
222(2)
Emphasis
224(1)
Clip Art
224(2)
The Drawing Toolbar
226(1)
Complete The Newsletter
227(10)
Microsoft Graph
237(2)
Microsoft Graph
239(7)
Summary
246(1)
Key Words and Concepts
246(1)
Multiple Choice
247(2)
Practice with Microsoft Word
249(4)
Case Studies
253(2)
Creating a Home Page: Introduction to HTML
255(36)
Chapter Objectives
255(1)
Overview
255(1)
Introduction to HTML
256(3)
Microsoft Word 2000
258(1)
Introduction To HTML
259(7)
Publishing Your Home Page
266(1)
Publishing Your Home Page
267(6)
Creating a Web Site
273(3)
Creating A Web Site
276(8)
Summary
284(1)
Key Words and Concepts
284(1)
Multiple Choice
284(3)
Practice with Microsoft Word
287(2)
Case Studies
289(2)
The Expert User: Workgroups, Forms, Master Documents, and Macros
291(54)
Chapter Objectives
291(1)
Overview
291(1)
Workgroups
292(2)
Versions
293(1)
Forms
294(1)
Workgroups And Forms
295(9)
Table Math
304(1)
Table Math
305(8)
Master Documents
313(2)
Master Documents
315(6)
Introduction to Macros
321(14)
The Visual Basic Editor
322(13)
Summary
335(1)
Key Words and Concepts
335(1)
Multiple Choice
336(2)
Practice with Microsoft Word
338(5)
Case Studies
343(2)
APPENDIX A: MAIL MERGE 345(16)
APPENDIX B: OBJECT LINKING AND EMBEDDING 361(18)
APPENDIX C: TOOLBARS 379
Prerequisites: Essentials of Windows 95/98
1(1)
Chapter Objectives
1(1)
Overview
1(1)
The Desktop
2(3)
The Common User Interface
5(5)
Anatomy of a Window
5(2)
Moving and Sizing a Window
7(1)
Pull-Down Menus
7(1)
Dialog Boxes
8(2)
The Mouse
10(1)
The Mouse versus the Keyboard
11(1)
The Help Command
11(2)
Formating a Floppy Disk
13(1)
Learning by Doing
13(1)
Welcome To Windows 98
14(7)
Files and Folders
21(4)
File Type
23(1)
My Computer
23(1)
The Exploring Windows Practice Files
23(2)
The Exploring Windows Home Page
25(8)
Windows Explorer
33(3)
Expanding and Collapsing a Drive
35(1)
The Practice Files (Via A Local Area Network)
36(7)
The Basics of File Management
43(2)
Moving and Copying a File
43(1)
Deleting Files
43(1)
Backup
44(1)
Write-Protection
44(1)
Our Next Exercise
44(1)
Windows Explorer
45(9)
Summary
54(1)
Key Words and Concepts
55(1)
Multiple Choice
56(2)
Practice with Windows 95/98
58(6)
Case Studies
64(1)
Index

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