Word 2007: The Missing Manual: The Missing Manual
"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", 2006 M12 21 - 524 pages
Microsoft Word has grown considerably in power, sophistication and capability over the past decade, but one thing that hasn't changed since the early '90s is its user interface. The simple toolbar in version 2.0 has been packed with so many features since then that few users know where to find them all. Consequently, more and more people are looking for "insider" tips that will allow them to use these advanced and often hidden features. Microsoft has addressed this problem in Word 2007 by radically redesigning the user interface with a tabbed toolbar that makes every feature easy to locate and use. Unfortunately, Microsoft's documentation is as scant as ever, so even though you will be able to find advanced features, you might not know what to do with them.
Word 2007: The Missing Manual, written specifically for this version of the software, explains basics like how to create documents, enter and edit text, format, print, and fax. You will will also learn how to create sophisticated page layouts, insert forms and tables, use graphics, and create book-length documents with outlines and Master Documents. Coverage also includes how to share documents with other people and programs, create web pages, automate documents with fields, and automate tasks with macros and the Visual Basic scripting language. This book shows you how to do it all.
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... Word Document as a Template ... Word Help and Beyond 479 Index 487 The Missing Credits About the Author Chris Grover got his. TABLE OF CONTENTS Xiii.
... document? Those days are over. Live Preview is a new feature in Word 2007. Now when you hold your mouse over a formatting style, Building Block, or color, you see a preview right within your document. If you like the look, click your ...
... document, and you end by saving your work. Sounds simple, but to manage your Word documents effectively, you need to know these basics and beyond. This chapter shows you all the different ways to create a new ... Documents Launching Word.
The Missing Manual Chris Grover. Document Word uses your initials to mark your edits when you review and add comments to Word documents that other people send to you (page 376). You have three primary ways to fire up Word, so use ...
... document. Word gives you three ways to do so: ' Creating a new blank document. When you're preparing a simple document— like a two-page essay, a note for the babysitter, or a press release—a plain, unadorned page is fine. Or, when you ...
Mass Mailing with Mail Merge
Creating Web Pages and Blogs
Creating Forms with Word
Words XML Connection
Collaborating with Other People
Customizing Your Workspace
Changing Your Security Settings
Introducing Macros and Visual Basic
Planning with Outlines
Working with Long Documents
Organizing Your Information with Tables
Adding Graphics Video and Sound to Your Documents
Creating Your Own Themes and Templates
Word Help and Beyond