Microsoft Office Professional 2013 Step by Step [NOOK Book]


The smart way to learn Microsoft Office Professional 2013—one step at a time!

Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to get more done with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Access, and Publisher. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!

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Microsoft Office Professional 2013 Step by Step

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The smart way to learn Microsoft Office Professional 2013—one step at a time!

Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to get more done with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Access, and Publisher. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!

  • Determine the best Office tool for specific tasks
  • Use Office efficiently on touch-enabled devices
  • Create attractive documents, publications, and presentations
  • Manage your e-mail, calendar, meetings, and communications
  • Put your business data to work with Excel and Access
  • Organize and share your notes and ideas with OneNote
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735671805
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 5/29/2013
  • Series: Step by Step
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1216
  • Sales rank: 253,900
  • File size: 62 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

Beth Melton is a Microsoft MVP for Office and a Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor. She is a coauthor of Microsoft Office Word 2007 Inside Out.

Mark Dodge has coauthored several popular books on Excel, including Microsoft Excel 2010 Inside Out.

Echo Swinford is a Microsoft MVP for PowerPoint and the author of two books on PowerPoint.

Andrew Couch is a Microsoft MVP for Access and an experienced instructor who has taught Introductory and Advanced Access courses as well as VBA programming courses. He is the author of Microsoft Access 2010 VBA Programming Inside Out.

Eric Legault is a Microsoft MVP for Outlook focused on delivering document, content, and knowledge management solutions.

Ben M. Schorr is a Microsoft MVP for OneNote MVP and the author of four books on Microsoft Office.

Ciprian Rusen is a technology aficionado who creates tutorials on his blog for Windows users and helps them get the best possible computing experience. He is the coauthor of Windows 8 Step by Step and Network Your Computers and Devices Step by Step, which covered Windows 7.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Office Professional 2013 Fundamentals
    • Chapter 1: Getting comfortable in Office Professional 2013
    • Chapter 2: Using shared Office features
    • Chapter 3: Sharing and collaborating
    • Chapter 4: Using touch in Office
  • Word 2013
    • Chapter 5: Getting comfortable in Word 2013
    • Chapter 6: Navigating and reading documents
    • Chapter 7: Editing and composing documents
    • Chapter 8: Formatting documents
    • Chapter 9: Presenting information
    • Chapter 10: Finalizing documents
  • PowerPoint 2013
    • Chapter 11: Getting comfortable in PowerPoint 2013
    • Chapter 12: Designing and creating presentations
    • Chapter 13: Creating on-slide content
    • Chapter 14: Creating Office graphics
    • Chapter 15: Adding animation and multimedia
    • Chapter 16: Finalizing and presenting
  • Excel 2013
    • Chapter 17: Getting comfortable in Excel 2013
    • Chapter 18: Creating and editing worksheets
    • Chapter 19: Manipulating numbers and text
    • Chapter 20: Analyzing data
    • Chapter 21: Formatting worksheets
    • Chapter 22: Manipulating workbooks and worksheets
    • Chapter 23: Creating charts and graphics
  • Outlook 2013
    • Chapter 24: Getting comfortable in Outlook 2013
    • Chapter 25: Using mail
    • Chapter 26: Staying on schedule
    • Chapter 27: Working with tasks
    • Chapter 28: Managing contacts and people
    • Chapter 29: Saving time with Outlook
  • OneNote 2013
    • Chapter 30: Getting comfortable in OneNote 2013
    • Chapter 31: Working with notebooks, sections, and pages
    • Chapter 32: Using organizational tools
    • Chapter 33: Sharing notes with others
    • Chapter 34: Using OneNote everywhere
    • Chapter 35: Saving time with OneNote
  • Access 2013
    • Chapter 36: Getting comfortable in Access 2013
    • Chapter 37: Understanding Access 2013 databases
    • Chapter 38: Creating basic tables and queries
    • Chapter 39: Designing forms and reports
    • Chapter 40: Creating and sharing a Web App
  • Publisher 2013
    • Chapter 41: Getting comfortable in Publisher 2013
    • Chapter 42: Creating publications
    • Chapter 43: Saving, sharing, and exporting publications
  • About the authors
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