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Microsoft Word 2010 arrives with many changes and improvements, and this comprehensive guide from Microsoft MVP Herb Tyson is your expert, one-stop resource for it all. Master Word's new features such as a new interface and customized Ribbon, major new productivity-boosting collaboration tools, how to publish directly to blogs, how to work with XML, and much more. Follow step-by-step instructions and best practices, avoid ...
Microsoft Word 2010 arrives with many changes and improvements, and this comprehensive guide from Microsoft MVP Herb Tyson is your expert, one-stop resource for it all. Master Word's new features such as a new interface and customized Ribbon, major new productivity-boosting collaboration tools, how to publish directly to blogs, how to work with XML, and much more. Follow step-by-step instructions and best practices, avoid pitfalls, discover practical workarounds, and get the very most out of your new Word 2010 with this packed guide.
Part I: MyWord, andWelcome to It.
Chapter 1: Brave New Word.
Chapter 2: Quick Start.
Chapter 3: Where in the Word Is . . .?
Chapter 4: Making Word Work for You.
Chapter 5: The X Files: Understanding and Using Word' New File Format.
Chapter 6: Make It Stop! Cures and Treatments for Word' Top Annoyances.
Part II: Word on the Street.
Chapter 7: Formatting 101: Font/Character Formatting.
Chapter 8: Paragraph Formatting.
Chapter 9: In Style!
Chapter 10: The Clipboard.
Chapter 11: Find, Replace, and Go To.
Part III: Writing Tools.
Chapter 12: Language Tools.
Chapter 13: Building Blocks and Quick Parts.
Chapter 14: AutoCorrect.
Chapter 15: AutoFormat.
Chapter 16: Action Options (What Happened to Smart Tags?)
Part IV: More thanMereWords.
Chapter 17: Tables.
Chapter 18: Pictures and SmartArt.
Chapter 19: Headers and Footers.
Chapter 20: Symbols and Equations.
Chapter 21: Field Guide.
Chapter 22: WordArt.
Chapter 23: Charts.
Chapter 24: Inserting Objects and Files.
Part V: Document Design.
Chapter 25: Page Setup and Sections.
Chapter 26: Textboxes and Other Shapes.
Chapter 27: Columns.
Chapter 28: On Background.
Chapter 29: Publishing as PDF and XPS.
Chapter 30: Blogging and Publishing as HTML.
Chapter 31: Templates and Themes.
Part VI: With All Due Reference.
Chapter 32: Bookmarks.
Chapter 33: Tables of Contents.
Chapter 34: Master Documents.
Chapter 35: Footnotes and Endnotes.
Chapter 36: Citations and Bibliography.
Chapter 37: Captions and Tables of Captioned Items.
Chapter 38: Indexing.
Chapter 39: Tables of Authorities.
Chapter 40: Hyperlinks and Cross-References.
Part VII: Getting Out theWord.
Chapter 41: Data Sources.
Chapter 42: Envelopes and Labels.
Chapter 43: Data Documents and Mail Merge.
Chapter 44: Forms.
Part VIII: Power and Customization.
Chapter 45: Keyboard Customization.
Chapter 46: The Quick Access Toolbar.
Chapter 47: The Ribbon.
Chapter 48: Options and Settings.
Chapter 49: Macros: Recording, Editing, and Using.
Part IX: Collaboration—Getting Along with Others.
Chapter 50: Security, Tracking, and Comments.
Chapter 51: Comparing and Combining Collaborative Documents.
Chapter 52: SharePoint and SkyDrive.
Chapter 53: SharePoint Workspace.
Chapter 54: Integration with Other Office Applications.
Posted September 29, 2013
Index is not hyperlinked and there is no significant discussion about multi-level numbering. Based on these two initial impressions (I have not read the entire book), an embarrassment to Bible tech books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.