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Teach yourself exactly what you need to know about using Microsoft Word, Excel®, PowerPoint®, and OneNote®-one step at a time! With STEP BY STEP, you build and practice new skills hands-on, at your own pace. Topics include creating effective documents; using themes, templates, and other formatting tools; building spreadsheets to perform calculations and manage data; producing and delivering compelling presentations; digitally organizing your notes and to-do lists; and other core...
Teach yourself exactly what you need to know about using Microsoft Word, Excel®, PowerPoint®, and OneNote®-one step at a time! With STEP BY STEP, you build and practice new skills hands-on, at your own pace. Topics include creating effective documents; using themes, templates, and other formatting tools; building spreadsheets to perform calculations and manage data; producing and delivering compelling presentations; digitally organizing your notes and to-do lists; and other core topics.
Introducing Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010; Certification; Let's Get Started!; Modifying the Display of the Ribbon; Dynamic Ribbon Elements; Changing the Width of the Ribbon; Adapting Exercise Steps; Features and Conventions of This Book; Using the Practice Files; Getting Help; Getting Help with This Book; Getting Help with Office 2010; More Information; Part I: Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010; Chapter 1: Explore Office 2010; 1.1 Working in the Program Environment; 1.2 Changing Program Settings; 1.3 Customizing the Ribbon; 1.4 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar; 1.5 Key Points; Chapter 2: Work with Files; 2.1 Creating and Saving Files; 2.2 Opening, Moving Around in, and Closing Files; 2.3 Viewing Files in Different Ways; 2.4 Key Points; Part II: Microsoft Word 2010; Chapter 3: Edit and Proofread Text; 3.1 Making Text Changes; 3.2 Finding and Replacing Text; 3.3 Fine-Tuning Text; 3.4 Correcting Spelling and Grammatical Errors; 3.5 Inserting Saved Text; 3.6 Key Points; Chapter 4: Change the Look of Text; 4.1 Quickly Formatting Text; 4.2 Changing a Document's Theme; 4.3 Manually Changing the Look of Characters; 4.4 Manually Changing the Look of Paragraphs; 4.5 Creating and Modifying Lists; 4.6 Key Points; Chapter 5: Organize Information in Columns and Tables; 5.1 Presenting Information in Columns; 5.2 Creating Tabbed Lists; 5.3 Presenting Information in Tables; 5.4 Formatting Tables; 5.5 Key Points; Chapter 6: Add Simple Graphic Elements; 6.1 Inserting and Modifying Pictures; 6.2 Changing a Document's Background; 6.3 Inserting Building Blocks; 6.4 Adding WordArt Text; 6.5 Key Points; Chapter 7: Preview, Print, and Distribute Documents; 7.1 Previewing and Adjusting Page Layout; 7.2 Controlling What Appears on Each Page; 7.3 Printing Documents; 7.4 Preparing Documents for Electronic Distribution; 7.5 Key Points; Part III: Microsoft Excel 2010; Chapter 8: Set Up a Workbook; 8.1 Creating Workbooks; 8.2 Modifying Workbooks; 8.3 Modifying Worksheets; 8.4 Customizing the Excel 2010 Program Window; 8.5 Key Points; Chapter 9: Work with Data and Excel Tables; 9.1 Entering and Revising Data; 9.2 Moving Data Within a Workbook; 9.3 Finding and Replacing Data; 9.4 Correcting and Expanding Upon Worksheet Data; 9.5 Defining Excel Tables; 9.6 Key Points; Chapter 10: Perform Calculations on Data; 10.1 Naming Groups of Data; 10.2 Creating Formulas to Calculate Values; 10.3 Summarizing Data That Meets Specific Conditions; 10.4 Finding and Correcting Errors in Calculations; 10.5 Key Points; Chapter 11: Change Workbook Appearance; 11.1 Formatting Cells; 11.2 Defining Styles; 11.3 Applying Workbook Themes and Excel Table Styles; 11.4 Making Numbers Easier to Read; 11.5 Changing the Appearance of Data Based on Its Value; 11.6 Adding Images to Worksheets; 11.7 Key Points; Chapter 12: Focus on Specific Data by Using Filters; 12.1 Limiting Data That Appears on Your Screen; 12.2 Manipulating Worksheet Data; 12.3 Defining Valid Sets of Values for Ranges of Cells; 12.4 Key Points; Part IV: Microsoft Powerpoint 2010; Chapter 13: Work with Slides; 13.1 Adding and Deleting Slides; 13.2 Adding Slides with Ready-Made Content; 13.3 Dividing Presentations into Sections; 13.4 Rearranging Slides and Sections; 13.5 Key Points; Chapter 14: Work with Slide Text; 14.1 Entering Text in Placeholders; 14.2 Adding Text Boxes; 14.3 Editing Text; 14.4 Correcting and Sizing Text While Typing; 14.5 Checking Spelling and Choosing the Best Words; 14.6 Finding and Replacing Text and Fonts; 14.7 Key Points; Chapter 15: Format Slides; 15.1 Applying Themes; 15.2 Using Different Color and Font Schemes; 15.3 Changing the Slide Background; 15.4 Changing the Look of Placeholders; 15.5 Changing the Alignment, Spacing, Size, and Look of Text; 15.6 Key Points; Chapter 16: Add Simple Visual Enhancements; 16.1 Inserting Pictures and Clip Art Images; 16.2 Inserting Diagrams; 16.3 Inserting Charts; 16.4 Drawing Shapes; 16.5 Adding Transitions; 16.6 Key Points; Chapter 17: Review and Deliver Presentations; 17.1 Setting Up Presentations for Delivery; 17.2 Previewing and Printing Presentations; 17.3 Preparing Speaker Notes and Handouts; 17.4 Finalizing Presentations; 17.5 Delivering Presentations; 17.6 Key Points; Part V: Microsoft OneNote 2010; Chapter 18: Explore OneNote 2010; 18.1 Navigating in the OneNote Program Window; 18.2 Working in the OneNote Program Window; 18.3 Exploring OneNote in the Default Notebook; 18.4 Customizing OneNote; 18.5 Key Points; Chapter 19: Create and Configure Notebooks; 19.1 Creating a Notebbbbbbook for Use by One Person; 19.2 Creating a Notebook for Use by Multiple People; 19.3 Creating Sections and Pages; 19.4 Key Points; Chapter 20: Create and Organize Notes; 20.1 Working with Note Containers; 20.2 Entering Content Directly onto a Page; 20.3 Sending Content to OneNote; 20.4 Capturing Audio and Video Notes; 20.5 Taking Notes on the Side; 20.6 Key Points;
Posted January 1, 2013