Office 2000 Professional Fast & Easy (Six-Pack Edition)


In a very short time, readers will learn how to effectively use the latest versions of Microsoft's Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, and Outlook. With this easy-to-follow visual guide, readers quickly discover how to work efficiently with each and every application included in the Office 2000 Professional Edition.
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In a very short time, readers will learn how to effectively use the latest versions of Microsoft's Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, and Outlook. With this easy-to-follow visual guide, readers quickly discover how to work efficiently with each and every application included in the Office 2000 Professional Edition.
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Tells how to master the basics of six programs that make up Microsoft Office Professional, and also covers Microsoft's web browser, Internet Explorer. Material is presented in visual format, with two screen shots on every page and margin notes with brief instructions and explanations. Includes appendices on installation and keyboard shortcuts. For beginning to advanced users. Wempen is an experienced computer book author and trainer. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761520320
  • Publisher: Premier Press
  • Publication date: 5/12/1999
  • Series: Fast and Easy Series
  • Edition description: SIX-PACK E
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 864
  • Product dimensions: 7.41 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.77 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I: Introducing Microsoft Office
Chapter 1: Welcome to Office 2000
Chapter 2: Choosing Commands
Discovering Personalized Menus
Choosing Commands with the Keyboard
Using Shortcut Menus
Working with Dialog Boxes
Chapter 3: Getting Help with Office
Chapter 4: Managing Files
Saving Your Document
Creating a New Document
Closing a Document
Opening an Existing Document
Chapter 5: Working with Multiple Windows
Splitting a Window
Viewing Multiple Documents Together
Switching Between Documents
Part II: Word 2000
Chapter 6: Getting Started with Word 2000
Chapter 7: Editing Text
Inserting, Selecting, and Deleting Text
Using Undo and Redo
Moving and Copying Text
Chapter 8: Working with Pages
Changing Document Orientation
Setting the Paper Size
Working with Page Breaks
Viewing a Document
Chapter 9: Arranging Text on a Page
Chapter 10: Using Fonts Effectively
Selecting a Font and Font Size
Using Special Effects and Animation
Chapter 11: Using Text Editing Tools
Working with AutoCorrect
Using Find and Replace
Correcting Spelling and Grammatical Errors
Chapter 12: Working with Tables
Creating a Simple Table
Moving Around in a Table
Formatting Cell Contents
Erasing Cell Partitions
Chapter 13: Working with Paragraph Styles
Displaying the Style Area
Working with Word Styles
Chapter 14: Discovering Templates
Saving a File as a Template
Creating a New Document Based on a Template
Applying a Template
Chapter 15: Adding Headers and Footers
Inserting a Header or Footer
Adding Date, Time, or Page Number
Arranging Headers and Footers on Different Pages
Part III: Excel 2000
Chapter 16: Welcome to Excel 2000
Chapter 17: Editing Worksheets
Selecting Cells
Editing Cell Content
Adding Rows and Columns
Moving Data
Filling a Range
Chapter 18: Using Formulas and Functions
Entering a Simple Calculation
Using Built-In Functions
Copying Formulas with Relative and Absolute References
Some Common Mistakes to Avoid
Chapter 19: Navigating Your Worksheets
Chapter 20: Sorting and Filtering Data
Chapter 21: Exploring Print Options
Setting Paper Size and Orientation
Setting Margins
Adding Headers and Footers
Selecting Rows and Columns to Appear on Every Page
Setting the Print Area
Printing Your Worksheet
Chapter 22: Formatting Text
Chapter 23: Formatting Numbers and Cells
Chapter 24: Generating a Chart
Creating a Chart with the Chart Wizard
Changing the Chart Type
Changing How the Data Is Plotted
Chapter 25: Formatting Your Chart
Making Labels Easier to Read
Displaying or Hiding the Legend
Displaying or Hiding a Data Table
Part IV: Outlook 2000
Chapter 26: Welcome to Outlook 2000
Chapter 27: Finding Your Way in Outlook
Using the Outlook Bar
Displaying the Folder List
Using Outlook Today
Chapter 28: Reading and Responding to Messages
Changing How You View Your E-mail Messages
Responding to E-mail Messages
Printing a Message
Chapter 29: Creating and Sending New Messages
Addressing an E-mail Message
Setting Message Options
Creating a Draft Message
Working with Draft Messages
Attaching a File
Sending a Mail Message
Viewing and Sorting Sent Messages
Chapter 30: Using the Address Book
Chapter 31: Viewing Your Calendar
Showing Different Calendar Views
Changing Your Calendar View
Creating Your Own Views
Chapter 32: Scheduling Appointments
Creating an Appointment
Setting a Reminder
Changing Appointment Times
Scheduling a Recurring Appointment
Chapter 33: Creating New Contacts
Creating a New Contact
Creating a New Contact from the Same Company
Adding a New Contact from an E-mail Message
Chapter 34: Working with Contacts
Chapter 35: Creating Tasks
Adding a New Task
Setting a Reminder
Sending Status Reports
Marking a Task as Complete
Part V: PowerPoint 2000
Chapter 36: Creating a Quick and Easy Presentation
Chapter 37: Viewing Your Presentation
Using the All Purpose Normal View
Checking the Flow of Your Outline
Working with Individual Slides
Sorting through Your Slides
Running a Slide Show
Chapter 38: Working with the Outline View
Chapter 39: Organizing Your Presentation
Chapter 40: Editing Text
Working with Text
Formatting Text
Searching for Text in a Presentation
Chapter 41: Customizing Your Presentation
Changing the Design of an Individual Slide
Creating a Slide Master
Chapter 42: Delivering Your Presentation
Working in Shades of Gray
Setting Up the Slide Show
Using the Pack and Go Wizard
Part VI: Access 2000
Chapter 43: Creating a Database
Chapter 44: Using Databases
Opening an Existing Database
Understanding the Database Window
Using the Database Window
Deleting an Object in the Database Window
Viewing Objects in the Database Window
Chapter 45: Creating a Table with the Table Wizard
Starting the Table Wizard
Naming the Table and Setting a Key
Setting Table Relationships
Finishing the Table
Chapter 46: Creating a Table from Scratch
Chapter 47: Entering and Editing Data
Opening a Table in Datasheet View
Navigating in Datasheet View
Modifying Data
Undoing Edits
Replacing Data
Deleting Records
Chapter 48: Sorting, Filtering, and Finding Data
Chapter 49: Creating a Form with the Form Wizard
Starting the Form Wizard
Selecting Fields for Your Form
Finishing the Form
Chapter 50: Entering Data in a Form
Opening a Form in Form View
Navigating in Form View
Using Edit Mode to Enter Data in a Form
Using Data Entry Mode to Enter Data in Forms
Saving Form Data Entries
Chapter 51: Using the Simple Query Wizard
Starting the Simple Query Wizard
Selecting Fields
Choosing a Detail or Summary Query
Finishing the Query
Part VII: Publisher 2000
Chapter 52: Creating a Publisher 2000 Document
Chapter 53: Using Publisher 2000 Tools
Learning About Drawing and Framing Tools
Using Guides and Rulers
Chapter 54: Discovering Wizards and Design Sets
Using the Wizards
Customizing a Wizard Document
Choosing Design Sets from the Catalog
Chapter 55: Entering Text in Wizards and Blank Publications
Chapter 56: Creating Frames and Inserting Pictures
Starting with the Frame
Selecting the Art—Clip Art, Pictures, and Photos
Inserting Your Art
Chapter 57: Moving, Resizing, and Layering Graphics
Chapter 58: Adding Borders and Backgrounds
Part VIII: Internet Explorer 5
Chapter 59: Navigating the Web
Chapter 60: Searching and Saving
Saving Files
Printing Pages
E-mailing Web Pages to Your Friends
Searching the Web
Chapter 61: Working with Favorites
Part IX: Appendixes
Appendix A: Installing Office 2000
Appendix B: Using Keyboard Shortcuts
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