Microsoft Office v.X for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide
Dan Henderson, Steve Schwartz
Microsoft Office v. X is an inside-and-out makeover of your old desktop stalwart. Under the hood, its one of the first native Mac OS X applications. But the most obvious change is the new Aqua interface; more than a thousand dialog boxes, toolbar icons, and alerts now match Mac OS Xs liquid appearance. Youll also find two new names in its Macintosh lineup--MSN Messenger 2.0 and Windows Media Player. With all thats new and noteworthy, you need a knowledgeable guide to show you how to get the most out of this productivity package. That's just what you get with Microsoft Office v. X for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide. The books visual, task-based format lets you quickly look up what you need to know about any of the apps in the suite--PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Entourage, MSN Messenger, or Windows Media Player--and get right back to work. Step-by-step explanations of the key tools and features in Office cut straight to the essential information. Plentiful screenshots not only acquaint you with Offices revamped menus and dialog boxes, they also keep you on track each step of the way. Microsoft Office v. X for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide shows you the most efficient ways to use Office apps togetheryoull find timesaving tips sprinkled throughout. If youre upgrading to Office v. X, you can't afford not to have this book.
Table of Contents
1. Essential Office Techniques.
2. Office v.X and the Internet.
II. MICROSOFT WORD.
3. Word Basics.
4. Using Templates and Wizards.
5. Document and Text Formatting.
6. Adding Grahics.
7. Creating Tables.
8. Creating Newsletters, Labels, and More.
III. MICROSOFT EXCEL.
9. Entering Information.
10. Working with Lists.
11. Entering Calculations.
12. Making it Look Good.
13. Using Multiple Worksheets.
14. Analyzing Data.
16. Database Techniques.
17. Sharing Workbooks.
IV. MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.
18. Getting Started.
19. Creating Your Presentation.
20. Working with Charts and Graphs.
21. Organization Charts and Tables.
22. Preparing the Presentation for Viewing.
V. MICROSOFT ENTOURAGE.
24. Address Book.
26. To-Do Lists (Tasks).
28. Internet Newsgroups.
VI. COMBINING THE APPLICATIONS.
29. Copying, Embedding, and Linking.
30. Using Programs Together.