Microsoft Office 2000 Cheat Sheet

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Office 2000 Cheat Sheet is a unique 2-in-1 book that gives busy people answers on the run and the opportunity for a deeper study later. Each chapter starts with a Basic Survival section to teach you the essentials. When you have the time, you can move beyond the basics with clear explanations of the most powerful features of Office 2000. The most important stuff is highlighted, so you're not fumbling through the book when you need a quick solution. And each chapter includes handwritten notes and shortcuts for ...
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Overview

Office 2000 Cheat Sheet is a unique 2-in-1 book that gives busy people answers on the run and the opportunity for a deeper study later. Each chapter starts with a Basic Survival section to teach you the essentials. When you have the time, you can move beyond the basics with clear explanations of the most powerful features of Office 2000. The most important stuff is highlighted, so you're not fumbling through the book when you need a quick solution. And each chapter includes handwritten notes and shortcuts for avoiding mistakes and making Office 2000 easier to use. It's not really cheating; it's just a better way to get through Office on a fixed schedule.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789718471
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 6/23/1999
  • Series: Cheat Sheet Series
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.95 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

I. THE BASICS.

1. Starting an Office 2000 Application.
Starting an Application. Starting an Application from the Office Shortcut Bar. Starting an Application Automatically When You Start Windows 98.

2. Creating a New Document.
Starting a New, Blank Document. Starting a New Document from a Template. Using a Template Wizard. Starting a New Document When You Start an Office Application. Switching from Document to Document in the Same Application.

3. Opening an Existing Document.
Opening a Document. Starting an Office Application with an Existing Document. Opening a Recent Document.

4. Saving a Document.
Saving a Document for the First Time. Saving a Document Again. Saving a Document with a New Name.

5. Checking Your Spelling.
Checking the Spelling in a Document. Using AutoCorrect.

6. Changing Margins and Other Page Options.
Setting Margins. Changing Margins While in Page Preview. Centering a Page. Changing Page Orientation.

7. Printing an Office Document.
Previewing a Document Before You Print It. Printing a Document. Printing a Range of Pages. Printing More Than One Copy.

8. Exiting an Office 2000 Application.
Exiting an Application. Closing a Document andContinuing to Work.

9. Getting Help.
Turning the Office Assistant On and Off. Asking the Office Assistant a Question. Selecting a Different Office Assistant.

II. WORD 2000.

10. Taking a Look Around.
Understanding the Word 2000 Screen. Hiding, Displaying, and Moving Toolbars.

11. Entering and Editing Text.
Entering Text. Correcting Your Mistakes. Moving the Insertion Point. Inserting Additional Text. Typing Over Text.

12. Selecting Text.
Selecting Text with a Mouse. Selecting Text with the Keyboard. Selecting Shortcuts to Use with the Mouse.

13. Copying, Moving, and Deleting Text.
Copying Text. Moving Text. Deleting Text. Copying Text Using Drag and Drop. Moving Text Using Drag and Drop. Undoing a Change. Copying or Moving Multiple Items with the Office Clipboard.

14. Viewing a Document.
Changing to Normal View. Changing to Web Layout View. Changing to Print Layout View. Changing to Outline View. Zooming a Document. Changing to Full Screen View. Splitting the Screen.

15. Finding and Replacing Text.
Finding Text. Replacing Text. Using AutoText to Replace What You Type.

16. Changing How Text Looks.
Changing the Font or Size of Text. Changing Your Text Formatting. Using the Font Dialog Box to Change Text. Changing the Color of Text. Copying Text Formatting.

17. Changing How Paragraphs Look.
Aligning and Justifying Paragraphs. Indenting Paragraphs. Indenting Paragraphs with the Ruler. Changing Line Spacing. Changing Paragraph Spacing.

18. Setting Tabs.
Tab Types. Setting Tabs with the Ruler. Setting Tabs with a Dialog Box.

19. Creating Numbered and Bulleted Lists.
Creating a Numbered List. Creating a Bulleted List. Changing the Number Style. Changing the Bullet Style.

20. Adding a Header or a Footer.
Creating a Header or a Footer. Using the Header and Footer Toolbar. Creating a Different First Page or Odd and Even Headers or Footers. Removing a Header or Footer.

III. EXCEL 2000.

21. Taking a Look Around.
Understanding the Excel 2000 Screen. Moving Within a Worksheet. Moving from Worksheet to Worksheet.

22. Entering Data.
Entering Text. Entering Numbers. Entering Dates and Times. Correcting a Mistake. Entering a Series of Years, Months, and Other Data.

23. Selecting a Range.
Range and Cell Addresses. Selecting a Range with the Mouse. Selecting a Range with the Keyboard. Selecting a Range Within a Dialog Box. Naming a Range.

24. Copying, Moving, and Deleting Data.
Copying Data. Moving Data. Deleting Data. Copying or Moving Data Using Drag and Drop. Copying the Same Data Over a Range of Cells. Removing Cells. Copying or Moving Multiple Items with the Office Clipboard.

25. Viewing a Worksheet.
Zooming a Worksheet. Freezing Column and Row Labels. Splitting the Screen. Hiding Columns and Rows.

26. Working with Worksheets.
Selecting Worksheets. Adding a Worksheet to a Workbook. Changing a Worksheet's Name. Removing Worksheets from a Workbook. Moving a Worksheet. Copying a Worksheet.

27. Changing How Numbers Look.
Using the Style Buttons to Format Numbers. Using the Format Cells Dialog Box to Format Numbers.

28. Changing How Text Looks.
Changing the Font or Size of Text. Making Text Bold, Italic, or Underlined. Using the Format Cells Dialog Box to Change Text. Changing the Color of Text.

29. Changing the Alignment of Data.
Changing Data Alignment. Merging Text Across Columns. Rotating Data and Changing Its Vertical Alignment.

30. Changing How Cells Look.
Adding Borders to Cells. Adding Shading to Cells. Using AutoFormat. Removing Formatting. Copying Formats.

31. Inserting and Removing Cells, Rows, and Columns.
Inserting Rows and Columns. Removing Rows and Columns. Inserting Cells. Merging Cells.

32. Changing the Size of Cells.
Changing Column Width and Row Height. Adjusting Cells to Fit Their Data.

33. Creating Formulas.
What Is a Formula? Entering Formulas. Editing a Formula. Controlling When Formulas Are Calculated.

34. Copying Formulas.
Copying Your Formulas to Another Location. Absolute Versus Relative Cell References.

35. Using Functions in Your Formulas.
Common Functions. Entering a Function with the Function Wizard. Using AutoSum.

36. Printing a Workbook.
Printing Column and Row Labels. Adjusting Page Breaks. Selecting a Print Area. Adjusting a Worksheet to Fit a Page.

37. Creating a Chart.
The Parts of a Chart. When to Use the Various Chart Types. Creating a Chart. Changing How a Chart Looks.

IV. POWERPOINT 2000.

38. Taking a Look Around.
Understanding the PowerPoint Screen. Moving from Slide to Slide. Changing Views.

39. Editing the Sample and Placeholder Text.
Editing Text in Outline View. Changing the Level of Text in an Outline. Editing Text in Slide View.

40. Inserting, Deleting, and Rearranging Slides.
Inserting a Slide. Selecting Slides. Deleting Selected Slides. Rearranging Slides Using Slide Sorter View.

41. Adding New Text to a Slide.
Creating a Text Box. Adding a Bulleted List. Adding a Numbered List. Changing Text Alignment. Changing the Bullet Character.

42. Changing the Look of Text.
Using the Formatting Toolbar. Changing Font Color.

43. Changing the Look of Your Presentation.
Using a Presentation Design Template. Adding Clip Art. Adding Animation.

44. Viewing Your Slide Show.
Starting the Show. Automating a Slide Show.

V. OUTLOOK 2000.

45. Taking a Look Around.
Understanding the Outlook Screen. Switching Between Outlook Folders. Changing Views.

46. Creating and Sending a Message.
Creating a Message and Sending It. Attaching a File to a Message.

47. Checking for Messages.
Checking for New Messages and Viewing Them. Viewing, Opening, Saving, and Printing an Attached File.

48. Answering Your Messages.
Replying to a Message. Forwarding a Message.

49. Scheduling an Appointment, Meeting, or Event.
Displaying a Particular Date. Setting Up an Appointment. Scheduling a Meeting. Scheduling an Event. Setting Up a Recurring Appointment, Meeting, or Event. Responding to a Request for a Meeting.

50. Managing Your Contacts
Adding a Contact. Creating a Distribution List.

51. Keeping Track of Things to Do.
Adding a Task. Updating the Status of a Task.

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