Microsoft Office 2000 Bible

Overview

Find out just about everything you need to know to use Office 2000 — the smart way. Whether you have to create a dynamite presentation complete with cash flow analysis, marketing reports, and funny jokes by tomorrow morning, or want to annotate the Web page your colleague just e-mailed you from Tokyo, Microsoft Office 2000 Bible is the one reference you can always rely on.

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Overview

Find out just about everything you need to know to use Office 2000 — the smart way. Whether you have to create a dynamite presentation complete with cash flow analysis, marketing reports, and funny jokes by tomorrow morning, or want to annotate the Web page your colleague just e-mailed you from Tokyo, Microsoft Office 2000 Bible is the one reference you can always rely on.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764532610
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 5/28/1999
  • Series: Bible Series , #173
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1328
  • Sales rank: 1,150,566
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 2.43 (d)

Meet the Author

About the Authors Edward Willett is a freelance writer in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. He's the author of several previous computer books, most recently America Online's Creating Cool Web Pages, also published by IDG Books Worldwide. In addition, he writes a science column for radio and television, and children's science books. He is the author of three young adult fantasy novels, Soulworm and The Dark Unicorn, published by Royal Fireworks Press, and Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star, published by Roussan Press, and is also a professional actor and singer. David Crowder and Rhonda Crowder have been involved in the online community for over a decade, and they run Far Horizons Software, a Website design firm. The Crowders' other book credits among many include Setting Up an Internet Site For Dummies, Microsoft, Teach Yourself the Internet, and Teach Yourself FrontPage 2000 published by IDG Books Worldwide. David Karlins teaches web design with FrontPage. Visit David any time at www.ppinet.com. Jackie Leech has been working with PCs for 15 years, initially evaluating software. For the last 10 years she ran her own computer training business in Cape Town, South Africa, and has written many training courses. She currently lives on a yacht traveling around the world.

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Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

PART I: Word.

Chapter 1: Creating and Managing Documents.

Chapter 2: Working with Text.

Chapter 3: Tables.

Chapter 4: Forms, Fields, and Merging.

Chapter 5: Outlines, Tables of Contents, and Indexes.

Chapter 6: Styles and Templates.

Chapter 7: Adding Graphics and Fancy Formatting.

Chapter 8: Word at Work.

Chapter 9: Word Top 10.

PART II: Excel.

Chapter 10: Worksheets and Workbooks.

Chapter 11: Entering and Formatting Information.

Chapter 12: Charts.

Chapter 13: Functions and Formulas.

Chapter 14: Lists and Databases.

Chapter 15: Templates, Forms, and Graphics.

Chapter 16: PivotTable and PivotChart Reports.

Chapter 17: Using Excel to Analyze Data.

Chapter 18: Excel at Work.

Chapter 19: Excel Top 10.

PART III: PowerPoint.

Chapter 20: Beginning a Presentation.

Chapter 21: Entering and Formatting Text.

Chapter 22: Using Templates and Wizards.

Chapter 23: Charts and Tables.

Chapter 24: Adding Graphics and Special Effects.

Chapter 25: Creating and Organizing a Slide Show.

Chapter 26: PowerPoint at Work.

Chapter 27: PowerPoint Top 10.

PART IV: Outlook.

Chapter 28: Managing Messages and Faxes.

Chapter 29: Advanced Message Management.

Chapter 30: Creating and Maintaining a Contact List.

Chapter 31: Managing Your Time with Calendar.

Chapter 32: Using Journals and Notes.

Chapter 33: Outlook at Work.

Chapter 34: The Outlook Top 10.

PART V: Access.

Chapter 35: Creating a Database.

Chapter 36: Charting.

Chapter 37: Working with Forms.

Chapter 38: Using Queries.

Chapter 39: Generating Reports.

Chapter 40: Access at Work.

Chapter 41: Access Top 10.

PART VI: Web and Desktop Publishing Tools.

Chapter 42: An Introduction to FrontPage.

Chapter 43: Designing Web Pages with FrontPage.

Chapter 44: Adding Interactive Elements to Web Pages.

Chapter 45: Managing Your Web Site.

Chapter 46: FrontPage at Work.

Chapter 47: The FrontPage Top 10.

Chapter 48: An Introduction to Publisher.

Chapter 49: Advanced Publisher Techniques.

Chapter 50: Using PhotoDraw.

PART VII: Integrating and Automating Office Applications.

Chapter 51: Using Binder.

Chapter 52: Building Integrated Documents.

Chapter 53: Universal Drawing and Graphics Features.

Chapter 54: Collaborating on a Network.

Chapter 55: Creating Macros.

Chapter 56: Using ActiveX.

PART VIII: Cutting-Edge Office.

Chapter 57: Using the Internet from Office.

Chapter 58: International Support and Accessibility Features.

Chapter 59: Cutting-Edge Tips.

Appendix A: What's New in Office 2000.

Appendix B: Sources of Office Information on the Web.

Appendix C: What's on the CD-ROM?

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

CD-ROM Installation Instructions.

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