Power Word and Excel is the only book to cover only the two main Office applications. Aimed at intermediate-level users, it starts beyond beginner functions, omitting the 10 per cent of the programs' features that most computer users already know. Organized by real-world task, not by interface, it is also entertaining, providing excellent instruction with attitude. And it's compact, providing two books' worth of valuable tips for the same price as other single-application books.
Table of Contents
Contents at a Glance. Introduction. Chapter 1: Life beyond the Basic Word. Chapter 2: Alas, There Is No Such Thing as a ?Simple? Document. Chapter 3: Making Your Documents and Reports More Fancy. Chapter 4: Oh the Sacrilege of Drawing in a Word Processor!. Chapter 5: Using Styles and Templates to Save Oodles of Time. Chapter 6: Writing That Great American Novel or Screenplay. Chapter 7: The Tough Stuff: From Labels to Tables. Chapter 8: Sharing Your Work with Others. Chapter 9: Making Your Own Custom Word. Chapter 10: Why the Hell Would Anyone Other than an Accountant Use Excel?. Chapter 11: It?s Super Dooper Grid Time!. Chapter 12: Some Excellent Formatting Tricks. Chapter 13: Oh No! The Horrible Math Chapter!. Chapter 14: Fun with Charts and Graphs. Chapter 15: Excel Templates, Samples, and Web Mischief. Index.
Dan Gookin has been writing computer books for nearly 20 years now. His popular, informative, and entertaining tomes have sold millions of copies and have been translated into dozens of languages.