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  • Copyright 2010
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-4328-0
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-4328-2

SEE IT DONE. DO IT YOURSELF. It’s that Easy! Easy Microsoft Office 2010 teaches you the basics of working with Excel, PowerPoint®, Outlook®, Word, OneNote®, and Office Web Apps. Fullyillustrated steps with simple instructions guide you through each task, building the skills you need to create and share documents, spreadsheets, presentations, email, calendars, and more. No need to feel intimidated–we’ll hold your hand every step of the way.

Learn how to…

• Get started quickly with Word to format and print great looking documents using new QuickStyles, Cover Pages, and Quick Parts

• Include tables, graphics, pictures, and diagrams in Word documents that improve the appearance and impact of your documents

• Build flexible spreadsheets with charts, functions, Sparklines, and PivotTables

• Use Excel to make calculations and analyze data in spreadsheets

• Create, format, fine-tune, and deliver great PowerPoint presentations

• Use the new Web Apps to safely share, review, and revise Office documents online

• Keep track of important information from the Web with OneNote search and tagging features

• Integrate your to-do lists, tasks, and appointments between OneNote and Outlook

• Use Outlook’s new features including conversation view to track email and stay in touch with colleagues and clients

Easy steps guide you through each task.

Items you select or click are shown in bold.

Each step is fully illustrated.

Category: Office Applications/Office 2010

Covers: Microsoft Office 2010

User Level: Beginner

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1         Introducing the New Features in Office 2010.................. 1

    Opening Backstage View................................................ 3

    Creating a New Blank Document....................................... 5

    Introducing the Navigation Pane....................................... 7

    Saving in Different Formats............................................. 9

    Printing in Backstage View............................................ 11

Chapter 2         Beginning a New Word Project.................................... 13

    Creating a New Letter from a Template............................. 15

    Revising the Letter Template.......................................... 17

    Formatting Text in Your Document................................... 19

    Inserting Symbols and Changing the Date Style................... 21

    Adding Bullets and Numbered Lists.................................. 23

    Searching and Replacing in the Document......................... 25

Chapter 3         Adjusting the Structure of Your Document................. 27

    Changing the Margins in Your Project............................... 29

    Changing Page Orientation............................................ 31

    Inserting Page Numbers................................................ 33

    Inserting Headers and Footers......................................... 35

    Adding Footnotes and Endnotes...................................... 37

    Using Copy and Paste Preview........................................ 39

    Creating Columns in a Longer Document or Newsletter......... 43

Chapter 4         Changing Project Appearance..................................... 45

    Applying a Quick Style.................................................. 47

    Creating a Quick Style.................................................. 49

    Modifying a Quick Style................................................. 51

    Updating Headings to Match a Selection............................ 53

    Copying Styles and/or Formatting with Format Painter.......... 55

    Inserting a Cover Page.................................................. 57

    Creating a New Quick Parts Entry..................................... 59

    Using the Building Blocks Organizer................................. 61

    Applying a Theme to a Document.................................... 63

Chapter 5         Creating a Table for a Schedule................................. 65

    Creating a Table......................................................... 67

    Selecting and Changing Text Alignment............................ 68

    Adding or Deleting Rows or Columns................................ 69

    Merging Cells............................................................. 70

    Modifying Borders........................................................ 71

    Using the Table Styles Gallery........................................ 73

    Using Quick Tables...................................................... 75

Chapter 6         Working with Graphics and Effects............................ 77

    Inserting a Picture....................................................... 79

    Adding a Clip Art Image................................................ 81

    Moving a Graphic........................................................ 83

    Resizing a Graphic....................................................... 84

    Cropping an Image...................................................... 85

    Applying Picture Styles and Effects................................... 87

    Inserting a SmartArt Diagram.......................................... 89

    Using OpenType Ligatures............................................. 93

    Using Screenshots or Screen Clippings.............................. 95

Chapter 7         Reviewing Documents and Working Online.................... 97

    Tracking Changes with Reviewers.................................... 99

    Accept and Reject Reviewers’ Changes............................ 101

    Hiding and Showing Markup......................................... 102

    Creating a Folder for Web Applications............................ 103

    Uploading a File to Your Folder..................................... 106

    Creating a New Web Application File.............................. 109

Chapter 8         Getting Started with Excel....................................... 111

    Aligning and Formatting Text........................................ 113

    Inputting and Formatting Numbers.................................. 115

    Filling in Your Data..................................................... 117

    Inserting a New Column or Row..................................... 119

    Hiding and Unhiding Columns....................................... 121

    Adding and Renaming a Worksheet................................ 123

    Using Cell Styles........................................................ 125

Chapter 9         Working with Data, Functions, and Formulas............. 127

    Finding Data............................................................. 129

    Filling a Series.......................................................... 131

    Entering Dates and Times............................................. 133

    Using Functions: AutoSum............................................ 135

    Using Functions: Average............................................. 136

    Using Formulas for Calculations..................................... 137

    Formatting and Tracing Formula Results.......................... 139

Chapter 10       Create Charts, Data Tables, and PivotTable............... 141

    Creating a Chart Using the Ribbon.................................. 143

    Changing the Chart Type.............................................. 145

    Formatting Chart Elements........................................... 147

    Moving a Chart.......................................................... 149

    Sorting Data in a Table................................................ 151

    Adding Sparklines...................................................... 153

    Using a Pivot Table..................................................... 155

    Filtering a Pivot Table with the Slicer.............................. 157

    Highlighting Data with Conditional Formats....................... 159

Chapter 11       Sharing Your Project Online with Microsoft
Office Web Apps.............................................................................. 161

    Opening Your Uploaded Project..................................... 163

    Revising Data in the Web Application.............................. 165

    Appending and Sorting a Data Table............................... 167

    Opening Online Files Locally........................................ 169

    Printing an Excel Worksheet......................................... 171

Chapter 12       Getting Started with PowerPoint 2010........................ 173

    Adding and Editing Text............................................... 175

    Adding a Slide with Bullets........................................... 177

    Adding a New Section................................................. 179

    Moving Slides (Slide Sorter View)................................... 181

    Applying a Theme from the Design Tab............................ 183

    Using Slide Masters.................................................... 185

Chapter 13       Telling Your Story with Effective Slides................... 187

    Creating a Table for Information.................................... 189

    Adding a Chart.......................................................... 191

    Editing or Formatting a Chart........................................ 193

    Inserting a Picture...................................................... 195

    Converting Bullets to SmartArt....................................... 197

Chapter 14       Adding Transitions, Animation, and Video.................... 199

    Adding Slide Transitions.............................................. 201

    Adding Animation to Content......................................... 203

    Using the Animation Painter Tool................................... 205

    Inserting and Trimming Video....................................... 207

    Using Online Video..................................................... 209

Chapter 15       Completing the Presentation..................................... 211

    Previewing Slides in Reading View................................ 213

    Recording Your Presentation......................................... 215

    Creating a Video of Your Show...................................... 217

    Printing Notes and Handouts......................................... 219

    Using Presenter View.................................................. 221

    Presenting from the PowerPoint Web App........................ 223

Chapter 16       Organize Your Project with OneNote.......................... 225

    Starting a New Notebook.............................................. 227

    Adding a Note to a Page.............................................. 229

    Adding Web Content to a New Page................................ 231

    Using OneNote Search................................................. 233

    Using Tags for Organization.......................................... 235

    Using a Side Note....................................................... 237

    Sending a Task to Outlook............................................ 239

    Sending a File to OneNote............................................ 241

    Saving Your Section or Notebook................................... 243

    Sharing Your Notebook................................................ 245

Chapter 17       Coordinating Your Activities with Outlook................ 247

    Sending an Email Message with an Attachment................. 249

    Using the New Quick Steps........................................... 251

    Using Conversation and Reading Pane Views.................... 253

    Scheduling a Meeting with Email................................... 255

    Using Schedule View and OneNote................................. 257

    Using Themes and Colors in Email.................................. 259

    Using RSS Feeds in Outlook’s Inbox................................ 261

    Filtering and Searching Messages.................................. 263

    Using the Search Tab.................................................. 265

    Creating Email Rules for Spam and Routing...................... 267

    Managing Your Contacts.............................................. 269

    Creating a New Contact Group....................................... 271

    Publishing or Sharing Your Calendar Online..................... 273

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