How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office 2003

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Get a first-hand look at the freshest upgrade to Office in years. In addition to beautiful visual updates, Office 2003 offers greater compatibility between applications, significant changes to Outlook, SmartTags throughout the suite for greater consistency, and much more. How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office 2003 provides solutions to using the most powerful tools and features of each application within the suite. Whether you're interest is Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, or FrontPage, author ...

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Overview

Get a first-hand look at the freshest upgrade to Office in years. In addition to beautiful visual updates, Office 2003 offers greater compatibility between applications, significant changes to Outlook, SmartTags throughout the suite for greater consistency, and much more. How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office 2003 provides solutions to using the most powerful tools and features of each application within the suite. Whether you're interest is Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, or FrontPage, author Laurie Ulrich gives plenty of insights, timesaving tips, and practical examples to help you make the most of Office. Open this amazing resource now and be on your way to ultra-efficient and productive Office 2003 operation!

  • Reinvent the basic business letter using Word's various graphics features
  • Analyze any kind of financial, statistical, or scientific data in Excel
  • Design a persuasive PowerPoint presentation using sound and animation
  • Create an efficient and effective Access database for storing and viewing your data
  • Manage your time and contacts using Outlook's calendar and email features
  • Build an attractive, user-friendly Web site with FrontPage
  • Publish your worksheets, presentations, or virtually any Office content to the Web
  • Master the entire Office 2003 suite and become a truly powerful, creative user
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072229370
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/4/2003
  • Series: How to Do Everything Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 480
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Meet the Author

Laurie Ulrich Fuller (Lancaster, PA) is a teacher, writer, and marketing professional. Since 1992, she’s been teaching people to make more confident and creative use of their computers, conducting courses in everything from computer basics to the advanced use of applications in the Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative suites. She has trained more than 10,000 students, in person, to use Office, teaching everyone from college students to displaced workers to corporate employees to military and government staff to first responders. Her ability to focus on the unique needs of each student – and in this case, the unique needs of the academic user – makes her a perfect match for the topic and the audience. She’s developed online courses, training surveys, and self-assessment tools for colleges and corporate training centers, and understands the need to understand the students’ goals, clearly outline how they will be achieved, provide the step-by-step guidance to get them to their goal, and to evaluate their own progress so that challenges are met and each student is successful.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pt. I Office 2003 Common Elements
Ch. 1 What's New in Office 2003 3
Ch. 2 Common Office Features 17
Ch. 3 Using Images in Documents, Worksheets, and Presentations 45
Pt. II Creating Documents with Word
Ch. 4 Building a Basic Document 65
Ch. 5 Proofing, Printing, and Saving Documents 81
Ch. 6 Effective Document Formatting 101
Ch. 7 Working with Long Documents 129
Ch. 8 Structuring Documents with Tables 143
Ch. 9 Creating Form Letters, Envelopes, and Labels with Mail Merge 163
Pt. III Crunching Numbers and Keeping Lists with Excel
Ch. 10 Building and Formatting Worksheets 175
Ch. 11 Working with Formulas and Functions 197
Ch. 12 Building and Maintaining List Databases 209
Ch. 13 Charting Excel Data 223
Ch. 14 Printing and Publishing Worksheets 235
Pt. IV Creating Presentations with PowerPoint
Ch. 15 Planning and Building a Presentation 249
Ch. 16 Enhancing a Presentation with Graphics and Charts 267
Ch. 17 Building an Effective Multimedia Slide Show 281
Pt. V Managing Data with Access
Ch. 18 Getting Started with Access Databases 299
Ch. 19 Simplifying Data Entry with Forms 317
Ch. 20 Extracting Data with Queries 331
Ch. 21 Documenting Your Data with Access Reports 343
Pt. VI Keeping in Touch and on Schedule with Outlook
Ch. 22 Communicating with Email 357
Ch. 23 Scheduling Tasks and Appointments 381
Ch. 24 Building a Contacts List 395
Pt. VII Designing Web Pages with FrontPage
Ch. 25 Planning a Website 407
Ch. 26 Building a Website 419
Ch. 27 Posting Pages to the Web 439
Index 447
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