Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac
|Published:||Feb 21 2011|
|Posted:||Nov 19 2014|
|Book size:||77.24 MB|
Visual QuickStart Guides, designed in an attractive tutorial and reference format, are the quickest, easiest, and most thorough way to learn applications, tasks, and technologies. The Visual QuickStart Guides are a smart choice and guide the learner in a friendly and respectful tone. Visually presented with copious screenshots, the focused discussions by topic and tasks make learning a breeze and quickly take you to exactly what you want to learn. Microsoft Office 2011 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide, written by best-selling author Steve Schwartz, has been extensively rewritten to provide expanded coverage of the core Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, provides in-depth instructions on many of the new features and changes introduced in Office 2011, and offers a thorough introduction to the Office Web Apps. Coverage of each application is jam-packed with information and tips that not only explain HOW to perform a task, but WHY you need this procedure and WHEN it's best to use it. Table of Contents PART I: GETTING STARTEDChapter 1: Introducing Office 2011Chapter 2: Office BasicsChapter 3: Working with Graphics PART II: MICROSOFT WORDChapter 4: Introducing Word 2011Chapter 5: Document FormattingChapter 6: Text FormattingChapter 7: Creating TablesChapter 8: Working in Other ViewsChapter 9: Other Word Features PART III: MICROSOFT EXCELChapter 10: Spreadsheet EssentialsChapter 11: Modifying WorksheetsChapter 12: Formulas and FunctionsChapter 13: Working with TablesChapter 14: Charts and GraphsChapter 15: Database TechniquesChapter 16: Sharing Workbooks PART IV: MICROSOFT POWERPOINTChapter 17: Creating a PresentationChapter 18: Charts and TablesChapter 19: Wrapping up a Presentation PART V: MICROSOFT OUTLOOKChapter 20: Introducing OutlookChapter 21: EmailChapter 22: ContactsChapter 23: CalendarChapter 24: TasksChapter 25: NotesChapter 26: My Day Part VI: ADVANCED TOPICSChapter 27: Combining Office DataChapter 28: Office 2011 and the InternetChapter 29: The Office Web Apps Index
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