The #1 Office Suite extends desktop productivity to the Weballowing users to streamline work,collaborate with others,and manage information easier than every before! Unique "Office 2000 At-a-Glance" pages reveal expert tips and techniques. Complete coverage of the entire suite,program by program,including Access,Outlook,Explorer,and Publisher. Bonus CD-ROM includes hundreds of exam questions covering all the material on the MOUS exam,and a fully hyperlinked electronic book,templates,samples,and shareware programs.
The Ultimate Guide to the Best-Selling Office Suite!
Expand the power of the #1 integrated software suite with help from the best,most comprehensive guide available - Office 2000: The Complete Reference. Packed with insider tips and expert techniques for getting the most out of Office 2000,this definitive resource covers every component of the suite - Word,Excel,PowerPoint,Outlook,Internet Explorer,Access,and Publisher - in full detail. PLUS,you'll learn to save time and increase productivity by running the programs as an integrated unit.
Inside,you'll find out how to:
- Lay out and format Word Documents
- Create number-crunching Excel spreadsheets with Chart Wizards and PivotTables
- Develop dynamic,easy-to-use PowerPoint presentations
- Send and receive e-mail and manage your contact information in Outlook
- Access the Web from your desktop using Internet Explorer
- Use Publisher to produce professional-looking,graphically enhanced publications
- Set up an Access database that can generate reports and mailing labels
- Publish any of your Office documents on the Web easily.
Table of ContentsAcknowledgments.
Part I: Introducing Office.
What is Office?
Managing Document Files.
Using the Common Office Tools.
Customizing the Office 2000 Programs.
Web Publishing with Office.
Part II: Microsoft Word.
Laying out a Document.
Working Faster and Better.
Styles for Consistent and Easy Formatting.
Desktop Publishing with Word.
Writing Reports and Scholarly Papers.
Part III: Microsoft Excel.
Excel Formulas and Functions.
Using the Chart Wizard.
Working with PivotTables.
Advanced Modeling Techniques.
Part IV: Microsoft PowerPoint.
Creating a PowerPoint Resentation.
Customizing Your Presentation.
Showing a Presentation.
Part V: Microsoft Outlook.
Using Outlook for E-Mail.
Using Outlook as a Personal Information Manager.
Working with Newsgroups.
Part VI: Internet Explorer.
Browsing the Internet with Internet Explorer.
Using Web Components.
Internet Explorer Component Programs.
Part VII: Microsoft Access.
Creating a Database.