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Overview

The best of the best from the bestselling authors of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint Bibles!

Take your pick of applications from the Office 2010 suite and your choice of leading experts to show you how to use them. This Office 2010 Bible features the best-of-the-best content from the Excel 2010 Bible, by "Mr. Spreadsheet" John Walkenbach; the Word 2010 Bible by Microsoft MVP Herb Tyson; the PowerPoint 2010 Bible, by PowerPoint expert Faithe Wempen; and coverage of Access 2010 from ...

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Overview

The best of the best from the bestselling authors of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint Bibles!

Take your pick of applications from the Office 2010 suite and your choice of leading experts to show you how to use them. This Office 2010 Bible features the best-of-the-best content from the Excel 2010 Bible, by "Mr. Spreadsheet" John Walkenbach; the Word 2010 Bible by Microsoft MVP Herb Tyson; the PowerPoint 2010 Bible, by PowerPoint expert Faithe Wempen; and coverage of Access 2010 from Microsoft MVP Michael Alexander. If you want to quickly and effectively begin using Office 2010, start in the experts' corner with this must-have book.

  • Gives you the best-of-the-best content on Office 2010 from the leading experts, authors, and contributors to our Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access Bibles
  • Includes content from John Walkenbach, aka "Mr. Spreadsheet"; Word expert and Microsoft MVP Herb Tyson; PowerPoint expert Faithe Wempen; and Excel and Access expert and Microsoft MVP Michael Alexander
  • Takes you beyond creating simple text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations to help you use multiple Office applications at once to conquer critical business tasks
  • Hones in with expert coverage of the topics within each application that you need to know most
  • Covers even more from Outlook and other key Office topics

Get the best of four books in one with this power-packed reference!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470591857
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/16/2010
  • Series: Bible Series , #649
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 1344
  • Sales rank: 312,006
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Meet the Author

John Walkenbach is a bestselling Excel author and has published more than 50 books on spreadsheets.

Herb Tyson has been a Microsoft MVP for over 10 years specializing in Microsoft Word and has written over a dozen computer training books.

Michael R. Groh is a well-known author specializing in Windows database systems and has been involved in every Microsoft Access beta program.

Faithe Wempen is a Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor and software consultant with over 90 computer books to her credit.

Lisa A. Bucki has been writing and teaching about computers and software for 15 years.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: Common Offi ce Features.

Chapter 1: Welcome to Microsoft Office 2010.

Chapter 2: Navigating in Office.

Chapter 3: Mastering Fundamental Operations.

Part II: Creating Documents with Word.

Chapter 4: Making a Document.

Chapter 5: Formatting 101: Font/Character Formatting.

Chapter 6: Paragraph Formatting.

Chapter 7: Styles.

Chapter 8: Page Setup and Sections.

Chapter 9: Tables and Graphics.

Chapter 10: Data Documents and Mail Merge.

Chapter 11: Security, Tracking, and Comments.

Part III: Making the Numbers Work with Excel.

Chapter 12: Using Excel Worksheets and Workbooks.

Chapter 13: Entering and Editing Worksheet Data.

Chapter 14: Essential Worksheet and Cell Range Operations.

Chapter 15: Introducing Formulas and Functions.

Chapter 16: Working with Dates and Times.

Chapter 17: Creating Formulas That Count and Sum.

Chapter 18: Getting Started Making Charts.

Chapter 19: Communicating Data Visually.

Part IV: Persuading and Informing with PowerPoint.

Chapter 20: A First Look at PowerPoint 2010.

Chapter 21: Creating a Presentation, Slides, and Text.

Chapter 22: Working with Layouts, Themes, and Masters.

Chapter 23: Working with Tables and Charts.

Chapter 24: Using SmartArt Diagrams, Clip Art, and Pictures.

Chapter 25: Building Animation Effects, Transitions, and Support Materials.

Chapter 26: Preparing and Delivering a Live Presentation.

Part V: Organizing Messages, Contacts, and Time with Outlook.

Chapter 27 : Fundamentals of E-mail.

Chapter 28: Processing and Securing E-mail.

Chapter 29: Working with Contacts.

Chapter 30: Working with Appointments and Tasks.

Part VI: Designing Publications with Publisher.

Chapter 31: Introducing Publisher.

Chapter 32: Design Dazzling Publications with Publisher.

Part VII: Managing Information with Access and OneNote.

Chapter 33: An Introduction to Database Development.

Chapter 34: Creating Access Tables.

Chapter 35: Creating Basic Access Forms.

Chapter 36: Selecting Data with Queries.

Chapter 37: Presenting Data with Access Reports.

Chapter 38: Keeping Information at Hand with OneNote.

Part VIII: Sharing and Collaboration.

Chapter 39: SharePoint and SkyDrive.

Chapter 40: SharePoint Workspace.

Chapter 41: Integration with Other Office Applications.

Appendix A: Customizing Office.

Appendix B: Optimizing Your Office Installation.

Appendix C: International Support and Accessibility Features.

Index.

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