Microsoft Word 2000 in Layman's Terms: The Reference Guide for the Rest of Us

Microsoft Word 2000 in Layman's Terms: The Reference Guide for the Rest of Us

by Katie Layman

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781893532090
Publisher: Computers Made Easy
Publication date: 12/28/2000
Pages: 60
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.26(d)

Table of Contents

Prefacevii
Editing Text
Select (Highlight) a Word1
Select (Highlight) a Paragraph1
Select (Highlight) All Text1
Select (Highlight) a Sentence1
Select (Highlight) One Line1
Extend a Selection2
Delete Text2
Insert Text3
Move to the End of a Document3
Move to the Beginning of a Document3
Copy Text Using Drag & Drop3
Move Text Using Drag & Drop3
Document Creation and Protection
Open a New Window4
Open an Existing Document4
Close All Windows4
Protect Documents (Save with a Password)4
Open a Password-Protected File5
Remove a Password6
Create Multiple Versions of a Document6
Save a Document7
Use Special Features
Help Wizard Assistant8
Change Margins, using the Page Setup dialog box9
Use the Memo Wizard10
Replace Text10
Use the Undo and Redo Commands11
Bullet or Number a List11
Indent Text12
Print Envelope Address13
Create WordArt14
Insert and Modify a Table
Create a Table14
Insert a Table Row15
Delete a Table Row15
Insert a Table Column15
Delete a Table Column16
Move a Column16
Remove Table Borders17
Merge Table Cells17
Display a Different Toolbar17
Change Column Widths18
Set Row Height18
Center a Table Horizontally and Vertically19
Sort Table Rows19
Calculate a Column or Row Total20
Use Single or Double Underlines21
Manage Words and Pages
Create Newspaper-Style Columns21
Use Format Painter22
Use Shrink to Fit22
Use Word Count22
Check Spelling23
Use the Grammar Feature24
Use the Thesaurus24
Change Vertical Line Spacing25
Number Pages Automatically25
Manage Files
Use the Open or Save Dialog Box to Copy, Move (Cut), and Rename Files26
Use Send To27
Create a New Folder27
Delete a File27
Find Files27
Use the Favorites Folder28
Create Multi-page Documents and Use Merging
Create a Header with a Page Number28
Create a Footer with a Date and the Page Number29
Create a Data source File (Database) for a Form Letter30
Create a Main Document (Form Letter)32
Merge the Main Document with a Data Source File33
Create Labels from a Data Source (Database) File34
Create a Cross-reference in a Master Document for a Bookmark35
Use Special Functions
Use AutoCorrect36
Use AutoFormat37
Create a Letterhead with Borders37
Create a Flier Using AutoShapes38
Use AutoText39
Create a Superscript or Subscript40
Create, Run, and Delete Macros40
Track Changes in a Document42
Insert and View Comments43
Create a Read-Only Document44
Use Additional Features
Customize Toolbars44
Change Margins, Using the Ruler45
Use Click & Type46
Change Font Size and/or Appearance46
Insert a Picture (Graphic Image)46
Create a New Template Based on an Existing Template47
Set Tabs Using the Horizontal Ruler48
Set Tabs using the Tabs Dialog Box49
Control Text Flow50
Create Bookmarks51
Go to a Bookmark51
Create a Watermark52
Use Hidden Text54
Collect and Paste Items to the Clipboard55
Glossary1
Index1
Toolbars1
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I really like the "note" feature as it explains things that are to often assumed in other manuals. I love the "Shortcuts" feature. Excellent, pithy explanation of Macros! I will use this reference guide, to quickly look up something I already know how to do, but want the fastest way possible to do it. (Donald B. Shenk, DreamWorks Television)

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