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Chapter1What’s New in Office 2003
The New Office “Look”
The New Task Pane
Expanded Use of Smart Tags
Customizing the Display of Toolbars and Menus
Faxing via the Internet
Office Watson to the Rescue
The Picture Library
The XML Factor in Office 2003
What’s New in Word
New and Improved in Excel
PowerPoint’s Enhancements
Access Improvements
Outlook’s New Features
Upgrade Considerations
Chapter2 Common Office Features
Common Workspace Elements
Working with Office 2003 Toolbars
Using Toolbar Buttons
Displaying Different Toolbars
Moving Toolbars
Working with Office 2003 Menus
Making Menu Selections
Common Menu Elements
Using the Task Pane
Displaying the Various Task Panes
Turning Off the Task Pane
Working with Smart Tags Across the Office Suite
Using the Office 2003 Clipboard
Moving Content with the Cut Command
Sharing Content with the Copy Command
Pasting Clipboard Selections
Storing Multiple Clipboard Selections
Deleting Clipboard Content
Customizing the Clipboard Task Pane
Using the Paste Special Command to Insert Clipboard Content
Creating a Paste Link
Embedding Selections and Editing Tools
Working with Speech Recognition
Turning Speech On
Training the Speech Tools for Your Voice
Dictating Documents, Spreadsheets, and Presentations
Giving Commands Verbally
Getting the Office 2003 Help You Need
Inserting and Manipulating Graphics
Adding Images to Word Documents
Using the Picture Toolbar
Using Images in Excel Worksheets
Enhancing Presentations with Clip Art and Photos
Capturing Images Digitally
Taking a Tour of Office 2003’s Picture Library
Creating Shortcuts to Your Images
Opening an Image
Renaming Images
Sharing Images via Email
Editing Your Digitally Captured Images
Getting Started in Word
The Not-So-Blank Document
Starting with a Template
Typing Your Document Content
Working with Word Wrap
Working with Paragraph and Line Breaks
Navigating a Word Document
Moving Around with the Mouse
Keyboard Navigation Techniques
Selecting and Working with Text
Selecting Text via the Keyboard
Using Your Mouse to Select Text
Editing Your Text
Rearranging Words, Sentences, and Paragraphs
Proofing Word Documents
Handling Errors as You Type
Running the Spelling and Grammar Check
Making Automatic Corrections
Creating AutoCorrect Entries
Editing and Removing AutoCorrect Entries
Customizing the Proofing Tools
Customizing the Spell-Checking Process
Adjusting the Standards for Grammar Checking
Turning As-You-Type Proofing On and Off
Viewing Your Document’s Readability Statistics
Printing Your Document
Saving Word Documents
Performing a First-Time Save
Updating a Saved File
Saving a Document with a New Name
Creating Document Templates
Building Template Content
Creating New Documents from Your Templates
Template Tips and Techniques
Chapter6 Effective Document Formatting
Changing the Appearance of Text
Choosing the Right Font and Size
Applying Text Color
Applying Special Text Effects
Altering Text Position and Flow
Changing Paragraph Alignment
Indenting Text
Adjusting Line Spacing
Understanding Text-Flow Controls
Creating Lists
Working with Styles
Creating Styles
Customizing Page Layout
Setting New Page Margins
Adjusting Page Orientation
Changing Paper Size
Working with Tabs
Creating a Tabbed List
Using Word’s Default Tabs
Setting Tabs from the Ruler
Using the Tabs Dialog Box
Setting Up Multiple Tabbed Lists in a Single Document
Editing Tab Settings
Adjusting Tab Positions
Changing Tab Stop Alignment
Inserting and Formatting Page Numbers
Working with Headers and Footers
Inserting Header and Footer Content
Creating a Table of Contents
Searching for and Replacing Document Content
Using Find to Move Through a Document
Replacing Text
Replacing Special Codes
Working with Columns
Building a Newsletter Document
Applying Columns to Existing Text
Setting Up Columns Before Typing
Customizing Columns
Chapter8 Structuring Documents with Tables
Structuring Documents and Text with Tables
Building a Uniform Grid
Entering Table Content
Navigating a Table
Selecting Table Columns, Rows, and Cells
Formatting Tables
Resizing Columns and Rows
Adding and Deleting Columns and Rows
Splitting and Merging Cells
Applying Borders and Shading
Shading Table Cells
Drawing a Freeform Table
Drawing Table Cells
Erasing Table Cell Walls
Working with the Tables and Borders Toolbar
Nesting Tables
Starting the Mail Merge Process
Creating a Form Letter
Creating Mailing Labels
Choosing the Right Label
Selecting Your Data Source
Merging Data with Your Labels
Printing Labels
Mail Merge Troubleshooting
■Start a new workbook
Touring the Excel Interface
Starting a New Workbook
Understanding Worksheets
Navigating Worksheets
Entering Worksheet Content
Editing Cell Content
Selecting Cells, Blocks, Columns, and Rows
Inserting Rows and Columns
Saving Workbook Files
Saving a New Workbook
Saving a Workbook as a Template
Formatting Worksheet Content
Applying Numeric Formats
Changing Fonts and Sizes
Aligning Worksheet Content
Applying Borders
Copying Cell Formats
Chapter11Working with Formulas and Functions
Understanding Spreadsheet Calculations
Performing Quick Addition with AutoSum
Using the AutoSum Function
Pasting the AutoSum Function
Creating Simple Formulas from Scratch
Editing Formulas
Understanding Relative vs. Absolute Addressing
Controlling the Order of Operations
Using 3-D Formula References
Using Excel’s Built-in Functions
Chapter12Building and Maintaining List Databases
Understanding Database Concepts
Database Terminology
Excel List Database Requirements
Building a List
Sorting by a Single Field
Sorting by Multiple Fields
Creating a Subtotal Report
Searching for Specific Records
Using AutoFilter to Locate and Display Records in a List
Setting Up Advanced Filters
PivotTable Basics
Building a PivotTable
Chapter13Charting Excel Data
Using Charts to Enhance Worksheets
Understanding Chart Types
Understanding Chart Elements
Building a Chart
Selecting Data for Charting
Setting Up a New Chart
Updating and Changing Charts
Changing Chart Types
Formatting a Chart
Editing Chart Text
Resizing and Moving Charts
Deleting Charts
Printing Workbooks and Worksheets
Printing an Entire Workbook
Printing Individual Worksheets
Printing a Range of Cells
Controlling Page Breaks and Page Count
Working with Print Options
Setting Up Headers and Footers
Publishing Excel Content to the Web
Saving Your Worksheet as a Web Page
Planning Your Presentation
Organizing Your Presentation Content
The PowerPoint Environment
Deciding on a Presentation Template
Choosing Slide Layouts
Inserting New Slides
Deleting Slides
Inserting Slide Text
Working with Bulleted Text
Typing Paragraphs
Inserting Extra Text Boxes
Formatting Slide Text
Repositioning Text Objects
Aligning Text Objects
Resizing Text Objects
Saving a Presentation
Printing Your Slides
Printing Color Options
Creating Notes and Audience Handouts
Using Graphics Effectively in a Presentation
Adding Clip Art and Photographs
Drawing and ManipulatingShapes and Lines
Drawing Shapes
Drawing Lines and Arrows
Formatting Graphic Elements
Applying Fills and Outlines
Typing in Shapes
Rotating Shapes and Lines
Aligning Graphic Objects
Grouping and Ungrouping Objects
Creating a PowerPoint Chart
Selecting a Chart Type
Customizing the Chart
Building an Organization Chart
Filling in the Chart Boxes
Adding New Boxes to the Chart
Formatting the Organization Chart
Creating a Diagram
Previewing Your Slide Show
Rearranging, Duplicating, and Deleting Slides
Applying Slide Transitions
Animating Individual Slide Elements
Animating Text
Animating a Bulleted List
Applying Animation to Charts and Diagrams
Making Pictures and AutoShapes Move
Setting Up a Slide Show
Inserting Links to Files, Presentations, and Web Content
Using Slide Elements as Hyperlinks
Working with Action Buttons
Publishing a Presentation for Use on the Web
Chapter18Getting Started with Access Databases
What Is a Database?
Understanding Database Objects
Viewing Objects in Your Database with the Database Window
Designing Tables to Store Your Data
What You Need to Know about Tables Before You Begin
Viewing a Table and Its Data
Creating a Table
How to Connect Tables with Relationships
Understanding Relationship Types
Creating Relationships
Chapter19Simplifying Data Entry with Forms
Creating a Form with the Form Wizard
How to See the Form Design and Data
Understanding Some Basic Form Concepts
Using the Form Wizard to Create a Form
Modifying Your Form
Managing the Controls on Your Form
Making a Pick List with the Combo Box Control
Adding a Title to Your Form
Changing the Appearance of Controls by Formatting
Entering Data in Your Form
Data-Entry Tips
Navigating Through Records
Chapter20Extracting Data with Queries
Understanding Query Types
Viewing Query Designs and Data
Using the Simple Query Wizard to Make a Select Query
Designing a Query in the QBE Grid
Ordering Your Records with the Sort Row
Writing Criteria to Select Specific Records
Selecting Data from Multiple Tables
Chapter21Documenting Your Data with Access Reports
■Simplify report design with the Report Wizard
Exploring Report-Development Options
Simplifying Report Design with the Report Wizard
Creating a Report with the Report Wizard
Changing the Margins to Fit More Data per Page
Printing Your Reports
About Email Accounts
Touring the Outlook Interface
Working with Messages
Attaching Files to Messages
Working with Message Flags, Levels, and Receipts
Sending Your Message
Replying to Messages
Forwarding Messages
Formatting Email Messages
Setting a New Default Font
Choosing Stationery
Formatting Message Text
Working with Signatures
Creating a Signature
Establishing Signatures for Different Email Accounts
Creating Folders to Organize Email
Setting Up Inbox and Sent Items Folders
Moving Messages Between Folders
Deleting Messages
Filtering Junk Email
Chapter23Scheduling Tasks and Appointments
A Tour of the Outlook Calendar
Understanding Calendar Entries
Creating Appointments, Events, and Meetings
Scheduling a Meeting
Customizing the Calendar
Working with Tasks
Creating a New Task
Assigning Tasks
Printing Your Schedule
Chapter24Building a Contacts List
Working with Contacts
Entering a New Contact
Editing Contact Information
Contact Tracking
Printing Your Contacts List
Chapter25Planning a Website
What Are Your Online Goals?
Personal and Family Websites
Sites that Advertise
Sites that Sell
Planning Your Site’s Content
Understanding Graphic Requirements
Working Within Color Limitations on the Web
Gathering Your Graphic Images
Collecting Text Content
Building Your Website Blueprint
Creating a Site Map
Storyboarding Your Individual Page Content
Chapter26Building a Website
Getting Started with FrontPage
Starting a New Website
Adding Pages to Your Site
Rearranging the Site Structure
Applying a Theme to Your Website
Adding Page Banners
Inserting Navigation Bars
Adding Navigation Buttons to the Home Page
Adding Navigation Buttons to Subpages
Building Web Page Content
Inserting Text Content
Making Text Links to External Web Pages and Sites
Adding Images to Your Web Pages
Editing Images
StructuringPages with Tables
Inserting a Table
Resizing Tables
Chapter27Posting Pages to the Web
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