100% of what you need to know to learn and master the latest version of Microsoft Office for the Mac. Office 2000 for Mac is the most Mac-like version of Office yet from Microsoft, with many features appearing for the very first time - on any platform. Each Office 2001 application offers an updated user interface with a modern Macintosh look and feel. In addition, you'll enjoy support for key Apple technologies, greater compatibility with previous versions of Microsoft Office and Office for Windows, and tight integration between Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Entourage.
Table of Contents
Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Introducing Microsoft Office 2001. Chapter 1: Getting to Know Microsoft Office. PART II: Word. Chapter 2: Creating and Working with Documents. Chapter 3: Formatting Documents. Chapter 4: Previewing and Printing Your Documents. Chapter 5: Working with Tables and Outlines. Chapter 6: Working with Fields. Chapter 7: Building Tables of Contents and Indexes. Chapter 8: Working with Styles and Templates. Chapter 9: Working with Word Macros. Chapter 10: Desktop Publishing with Word. Chapter 11: Word and the Web. Chapter 12: Word and Visual Basic for Applications. Chapter 13: Word at Work. Chapter 14: The Word Top Ten. PART III: Excel. Chapter 15: Making the Most of Workbooks. Chapter 16: Getting Information into Excel. Chapter 17: Excel Formatting. Chapter 18: Adding Graphics to Worksheets. Chapter 19: Working with Excel Charts. Chapter 20: Printing and Page Setup. Chapter 21: Working with Excel Database Lists. Chapter 22: Using Excel PivotTables. Chapter 23: Working with Excel Macros. Chapter 24: Excel and the Web. Chapter 25: Excel and Visual Basic for Applications. Chapter 26: Excel at Work. Chapter 27: The Excel Top Ten. PART IV: PowerPoint. Chapter 28: Working with PowerPoint. Chapter 29: Enhancing a Presentation. Chapter 30: Working with Charts in PowerPoint. Chapter 31: Producing Your Work. Chapter 32: Working with PowerPoint Macros. Chapter 33: PowerPoint and the Web. Chapter 34: PowerPoint at Work. Chapter 35: The PowerPoint Top Ten. PART V: The Internet Office. Chapter 36: Using Entourage. Chapter 37: Overview of Internet Explorer. Appendix A: Installing Microsoft Office 2001. Appendix B: Word Quick Start. Appendix C: Excel Quick Start. Appendix D: PowerPoint Quick Start. Appendix E: Entourage Quick Start. Appendix F: Customizing Toolbars and Menus. Index.
About the Authors Bob LeVitus (pronounced Love-eye-tis) was the editor-in-chief of the wildly popular MACazine until its untimely demise in 1988. From 1989 to 1997, he was a contributing editor/columnist for MacUser magazine, writing the "Help Folder," "Beating the System," "Personal Best," and "Game Room" columns at various times in his illustrious career. In his spare time, LeVitus has written 36 popular computer books, including Mac OS 9 For Dummies and Apple Works 6 For Dummies (also with Dennis Cohen). Always a popular speaker at Macintosh user groups and trade shows, LeVitus has spoken at more than 100 international seminars, presented keynote addresses in several countries, and serves on the Macworld Expo advisory board. He was also the host of "Mac Today," a half-hour television show syndicated in more than 100 markets, which aired in late 1992. Millions in the United States and abroad read his syndicated newspaper column, "Dr. Mac." LeVitus has forgotten more about the Macintosh than most people ever knew. He won the Macworld Expo Mac Jeopardy World Championship an unbelievable four times before retiring his crown. But most of all, LeVitus is known for his clear, understandable writing, his humorous style, and his ability to translate techie jargon into usable and fun advice for the rest of us. He lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, two children, and a small pack of dogs. Dennis R. Cohen coauthored Apple Works 6 For Dummies (with Bob LeVitus), Macworld Apple Works 6 Bible (with Steven Schwartz), and Teach Yourself WebTV (with Erica Sadun), in addition to being the technical editor of more than fifty titles, including Macworld Mac Secrets, Teach Yourself Excel 2000, Macworld FileMaker Pro 5 Bible (and 3 and 4), as well as Mac OS 9: The Missing Manual. When Bob runs his Mac trivia contests at various Macworld Expos, he disqualifies Dennis from competing. Dennis has been developing software for the Macintosh since 1984 and for other platforms (Apple III, Lisa, Unix, PCs, VAX, Modcomp, and CPM) before that. A few of the products on which he has worked are ClarisWorks (now called AppleWorks), Claris Resolve, dBASE Mac (and dBASE III for Unix), ClarisImpact, and StuffIt InstallerMaker. He resides in Sunnyvale, California, with his Boston terrier, Spenser. For diversion from computers, he plays bridge, backgammon, golf, and shoots trap.