Beginning Microsoft Word 2010 by Ty Anderson, Guy Hart-Davis
Beginning Microsoft Word 2010 is a visually stimulating introductory guide that teaches the complete Word newbie (as well as slightly experienced yet equally baffled users) what they need to know to write that thesis or proposal tonight. From the absolute basics like installing the software and creating documents to more advanced features like adding images and working with themes, this book is your one-stop source for using Word 2010 effectively.
This books shows you what’s new in Word 2010including advanced features for collaboration on documents and updates to the user interfacewhile also providing a solid grounding in overall word processing skills. Using step-by-step instructions as well as visual aids and screenshots, Beginning Microsoft Word 2010 will guide you from a no-nothing newbie to a proficient and knowledgeable Word user.
What you’ll learn
How to install Word
How to create, format, and annotate documents
How to share documents with others
How to make comments
How to configure print options
How to use the ribbon
How to organize a term paper or a proposal
How to add the finishing touches to a document (Cover pages, TOCs, etc)
How to add images and utilize other design-related features
How to work with themes and styles
How to reuse content
How to create templates
How to use the different Word document views effectively
Who this book is for
Anyone interested in learning and using Microsoft Word 2010. Students, teachers, moms & dads, business people, English majors, etc.
Table of Contents
The Word 2010 Primer
Writing and Editing Text Basics
Adding Style to Documents
Making Your Documents Display Information Effectively
Ty Anderson is a partner at Cogent Company in Dallas, Texas. He spends his time consulting and building software using Microsoft technologies. In addition to consulting, Ty is a Microsoft "Most Valuable Professional" and writes frequently about Microsoft products including Visual Studio Tools for Office, SharePoint, Office, and SQL Server, and his work has been published on MSDN, Devx.com, DevSource.com, Simple-Talk.com, and CIO.com. Those who know Ty best stand in awe and amazement of two things: 1) His incredible good looks and 2) his cynical and sarcastic (and sometimes offensive) behavior. Look for him at any tech conference as he will be wearing his yellow Oakland Athletics hat. Say hello, and as he might just offer to buy you pint. Ty presented sessions at 2009 Tech-Ed and was a speaker at the fall 2009 DevConnections conference. You can read his latest ramblings on all things technical at his blog: http://www.officedeveloper.net.
Guy Hart-Davis is the author of more than 50 computer books, including How to Do Everything with Microsoft Excel 2007 and How to Do Everything with Microsoft Word 2007.