Experience learning made easy-and quickly teach yourself how to create impressive documents with Word 2010. With STEP BY STEP, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Topics include using styles and themes; sharing, printing, and publishing documents; editing images from within Word; using Shape and Objects; creating table of content, header, footer.
This book is for anyone who has had a hard time finding the Function (Tool) that they want to use in Word - Version 2007 and Later.
It provides: an alphabetized Index of Functions with their Tabs and Group Areas (find the Function and see its Tab & Group Area), instructions on how to get your most used Functions into your Quick Access Toolbar, and a description of the Tabs and their Group Areas.
Imagine you just received your client list from Title or your Broker in an Excel spreadsheet.
You are ready to go!
Use this step-by-step illustrated guide to walk you through merging the contact information in your Client List into form letters, e-mails and more.
For use with Microsoft Office 2007, 2010 and 2013.
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Put the mouse away. Work faster. Create your own shortcuts.
I’m sure you know about CTRL+U, but what about CTRL+SHIFT+W?
CTRL+SHIFT+> and CTRL+] have something in common, but what makes them different?
Not only will those questions be answered, but also learn how to access the Ribbon with the keyboard and how to CREATE YOUR OWN KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS!
Enhance the value of your documents by adding forms!
Use Microsoft Office Word To Easily Create, Distribute, and Store Forms.
If you create questionnaires, or just want information to be displayed in a specific format in Word, forms are the way to go.
This illustrated guide will show you how to not only create forms in Microsoft Office Word, but also how to protect them.
Understand how mail merge works so you can get the results you want.
Imagine you have letters or e-mails that you need to send to many, many people.
Most of the content is the same, but you need to show recipient specific information in each letter.
You don’t want to type multiple documents and personalize each one.
That would take hours.
That's where Mail Merge comes in!