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Produced by the award-winning maranGraphics Group, Maran Illustrated™ Microsoft Office 2003 is a valuable resource for all readers, regardless of experience. Clear, step-by-step instructions walk the reader through each operation from beginning to end. Helpful topic introductions and useful tips provide additional information and advice to enhance the readers' Office 2003 experience and help meet their individual needs. Maran Illustrated™ Microsoft Office 2003 is packed with information useful to readers who have purchased their first computer and are learning Office 2003 for the first time. Readers who have experience with older versions of Office will find this book an excellent guide to help them take command of their computing experience, by way of the easy-to-use maranGraphics format. Readers have the option of reading the book from cover to cover, or simply reading the individual topics they are interested in.
About the Author
Ruth Maran is one of a select few North American authors who can claim over 10 million books in print. Ruth has written bestselling user guides in a number of different computer topic areas including Windows, Access and Mac OS X.
Table of Contents
Getting Started Using Word 1. Getting Started 2. Save, Open and Print a Document 3. Edit a Document 4. Format Text 5. Format Pages Using Excel 1. Getting Started 2. Save and Open a Workbook 3. Edit a Worksheet 4. Using Formulas and Functions 5. Format a Worksheet 6. Print a Worksheet 7. Working with Charts Using PowerPoint 1. Getting Started 2. Edit Slides 3. Add Objects to Slides 4. Enhance a Presentation 5. Fine-Tune a Presentation Using Publisher 1. Getting Started 2. Save, Print and Open a Publication 3. Enhance a Publication 4. Create and Work with Objects Using Outlook 1. Exchange E-mail 2. Manage Information 3. Outlook with Business Contact Manager Office and the Internet
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Maran Illustrated Office 2003 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I purchased this for my 80+ year old, first time computer student. He expressed interest in a book that had pictures vs text. I also felt that seeing what he needed to do vs trying to interpret the words & what they meant would be more valuable since he's never turned a computer on.