Word 2002 For Dummies Quick Reference covers everything you need to create professional looking Word documents for the home, office or the Web. It also covers the enhanced features of the new version/release: Digital signatures that can prevent changes to content after the signature is attached Multi-selecting Easier formatting options Improvements to Find and Replace, tables, footnotes, proofing tools, Mail Merge and more Subscription Mode as an installation option Flatter, more streamlined interface Voice and text to speech recognition New windows graphics effects, like fading toolbars Revamped AutoCorrect options Less prevalent Office Assistant Enhanced Web and collaboration features This is THE quick and easy reference to Word you'll want to have at your fingertips!
Table of Contents
The Big Picture: Microsoft Word. PART I: Entering the Text. PART II: Editing a Document. PART III: Making Your Work Go Faster. PART IV: Formatting Text and Pages. PART V: Styles and Templates for Easier Formatting. PART VI: Techniques for Working on Complex Documents. PART VII: Printing Your Documents. PART VIII: Constructing the Perfect Table. PART IX: Writing Reports. PART X: Managing Your Documents Better. PART XI: Desktop and Web Publishing. Index. Book Registration Information.
About the Author Peter Weverka is the author of two dozen computer books, including Quicken For Dummies Quick Reference and ICQ For Dummies. His humorous articles and stories (none related to computers, thankfully) have appeared in Harper's, SPY, and other grown-up magazines.