• Microsoft Office Basics
Display and use windows
Use dialog boxes
Use edit boxes with dialog boxes
Use the Open and Save As dialog boxes
Undo and redo actions
Access and use task panes and galleries
Access and use available actions
• Common Tasks in Microsoft Word
• Edit and Move Text and Graphics
Delete text and graphics
Copy and move text and graphics
Insert special characters
Insert characters by using character codes
Select text and graphics
Extend a selection
Select text and graphics in a table
Move through your document
Move around in a table
Insert paragraphs and tab characters in a table
Use overtype mode
This reference sheets (4 pages) include shortcut key combinations for Word, Excel and Power Point 2010.
As this sheet designed in vector graphics it has infinite resolution and could be printed in high quality.
It fits all levels and can be used for business and educational purposes.
Beneath the Surface…In Depth
Do more in less time!
Whatever your Microsoft Office experience, don’t let Office 2016 make you feel like a beginner! This book is packed with intensely useful knowledge, tips, and shortcuts you just won’t find anywhere else. It’s the fastest, best way to master Office 2016’s full power, and the great new features built into Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and OneNote. This friendly, expert guide will make you way more productive… whether you’re creating documents, analyzing data, delivering presentations, designing newsletters, taking quick notes, or managing your life!
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This book is part of Que’s Content Update Program. As Microsoft updates features of Office, sections of this book will be updated or new sections will be added to match the updates to the software. See inside for details.
Written by the author of the first-ever For Dummies book, Dan Gookin, this new edition of Word For Dummies quickly and painlessly gets you up to speed on mastering the world's number-one word processing software. In a friendly, human, and often irreverent manner, it focuses on the needs of the beginning Word user, offering clear and simple guidance on everything you need to know about Microsoft Word 2016, minus the chin-scratching tech jargon.
Whether you've used older versions of this popular program or have never processed a single word, this hands-on guide will get you going with the latest installment of Microsoft Word. In no time, you'll begin editing, formatting, proofing, and dressing up your Word documents like a pro. Plus, you'll get easy-to-follow guidance on mastering more advanced skills, like formatting multiple page elements, developing styles, building distinctive templates, and adding creative flair to your documents with images and tables.Covers the new and improved features found in the latest version of the software, Word 2016Shows you how to master a word processor's seven basic tasksExplains why you can't always trust the spell checkerOffers little-known keyboard shortcuts
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