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Table Of Contents

Introduction
What’s in This Book, Anyway?
What Makes This Book Different
Easy-to-look-up information
A task-oriented approach
Meaningful screen shots
Foolish Assumptions
Conventions Used in This Book
Icons Used in This Book
Chapter 1
What Are the Office Web Apps, Anyway?
Introducing Web applications
Meeting the Office Web Apps
Storing Files on the Internet
Sharing Files on the Internet
The Office Web Apps and Office 2010
Office Web Apps: The Big Picture
Going without Right-Clicks and Shortcut Keys
Chapter 2
Making Sure You Have the Right Browser
Installing Microsoft Silverlight
Finding out whether Silverlight is installed
Downloading and installing Silverlight
Getting an up-to-date version of Silverlight
Signing Up with Windows Live
Signing Up with SharePoint
Creating a New File
Opening and Closing Files
Opening a file stored in Windows Live
Opening a file in SharePoint 2010
Opening a file in Office 2010
Closing a file
A Tour of Office Web App Oddities
Knowing Your Way around the Office Web Apps Interface
The File tab
The Quick Access toolbar
The Ribbon and its tabs
Context-sensitive tabs
The anatomy of a tab
Getting More Room in Office Web App Screens
Installing the Right Browser
Finding out which browser version you have
Updating Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Chrome
What is a cookie?
Problems with third-party cookies
Getting Right with JavaScript
Getting More Room to Work In
Bookmarking Files and Folders
Bookmarking a folder or file
Going to a folder or file you bookmarked
Changing Views
Selecting Text
Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text
Changing the Appearance of Text
Choosing fonts for text
Changing the font size of text
Applying font styles to text
Changing the color of text
Aligning Text
Lists, Lists, and More Lists
Spell-Checking Your Work
Spell-checking one word at a time
Spell-checking foreign-language text
All about Hyperlinks
Creating a hyperlink
Editing hyperlinks
Printing Your Work
All about Picture File Formats
Bitmap and vector graphics
Inserting a Picture on a Page, Slide, or Note
Decorating Files with Clip-Art Images
What is clip art?
Finding and inserting a clip-art image
Changing the Size of a Graphic
Making a SmartArt Diagram
The basics: Creating a diagram
Creating the initial diagram
Handling the text on diagram shapes
Adding and removing diagram shapes
Changing a diagram’s overall appearance
Promoting and demoting shapes in a diagram’s hierarchy
Changing a diagram’s direction
The Big Picture: Storing, Creating, and Editing Files at SkyDrive
Doing the set-up dance
Working with folders and files in SkyDrive
Signing In to Windows Live
Choosing Privacy Options
Navigating to the SkyDrive Window
Managing Your Folders
A word about organizing your folders
Creating a folder
Going from folder to folder in SkyDrive
Examining a folder’s contents
Deleting, moving, and renaming folders
Creating an Office File in SkyDrive
Opening and Editing Office Files Stored on SkyDrive
Opening and editing a SkyDrive file in an Office 2010 program
Managing Your Files on SkyDrive
Making use of the Properties window
Uploading files to a folder on SkyDrive
Downloading files from SkyDrive to your computer
Ways of Sharing Folders
Making Friends on Windows Live
The two types of friends
Fielding an invitation to be someone’s friend
Inviting someone to be your friend
Understanding the Folder Types
Types of folders
Knowing what kind of folder you’re dealing with
Public and shared folder tasks
Establishing a Folder’s Share With Permissions
Sharing on a Public or Shared Folder
Sharing with friends on Windows Live
Sending out e-mail invitations
Posting hyperlinks on the Internet
Writing File Comments and Descriptions
Coauthoring Files Shared on SkyDrive
When you can and can’t coauthor
Finding out who your coauthors are
Getting locked out of a shared file
Getting Equipped and Getting Started
Visiting a SharePoint Web Site
Getting from Place to Place on the Web Site
Uploading Documents to the SharePoint Library
Opening Office Files in a SharePoint Site
Coauthoring Files on a SharePoint Site
When you can and can’t co-author
Finding out who your collaborators are
Other Ways to Collaborate at a SharePoint Site
Creating Documents with Word Web App
Comparing Word Web App to Word 2010
Introducing the Word Web App Screen
Getting Around in Documents
All about Styles
Types of styles
Styles and templates
Applying a style
Determining which style is in use
All about Tables
Creating a table
Entering the text and numbers
Selecting different parts of a table
Inserting and deleting columns and rows
Changing the width of columns and the table
Aligning text in columns
Coauthoring Word Documents
Seeing who your coauthors are
Synchronizing a Word document
Revisiting an earlier version of a Word document
Communicating with a coauthor
Creating Workbooks with Excel Web App
Comparing Excel Web App to Excel 2010
Getting Acquainted with the Excel Web App
Rows, columns, and cell addresses
Workbooks and worksheets
Entering Data in a Worksheet
The basics of entering data
How data displays in worksheet cells
Formatting numbers, dates, and other values
Editing Worksheet Data
Editing data entries
Selecting cells in a worksheet
Deleting, copying, and moving data
Moving around in a worksheet
Making a Worksheet Easier to Read and Understand
Experimenting with text formats
Aligning numbers and text in columns and rows
Inserting and deleting rows and columns
Changing the size of columns and rows
Slapping borders on worksheet cells
How Formulas Work
Referring to cells in formulas
Referring to formula results in formulas
Operators in formulas
The Basics of Entering a Formula
Speed Techniques for Entering Formulas
Clicking cells to enter cell references
Entering a cell range
Copying formulas from cell to cell
Working with Functions
Using arguments in functions
Writing a formula with a function
Sorting and Filtering Data
Presenting data for the table
Creating the table
Sorting a table
Filtering a table
Creating a PowerPoint Presentation
Talking PowerPoint Lingo
A Brief Geography Lesson
Advice for Building Persuasive Presentations
Start by writing the text
Make clear what the presentation is about
Start from the conclusion
Personalize the presentation
Tell a story
Assemble the content
Designing Your Presentation
Keep it simple
Be consistent from slide to slide
Choose colors that help communicate your message
When fashioning a design, consider the audience
Beware the bullet point
Observe the one-slide-per-minute rule
Make like a newspaper
Use visuals, not only words, to make your point
Comparing PowerPoint Web App to PowerPoint 2010
Understanding How Slides Are Constructed
Slide layouts
Text frames and content frames
Creating New Slides for a Presentation
Adding a new slide
Creating a duplicate slide
Copying a slide
Getting a Better View of Your Work
Changing views
Editing view: Moving from slide to slide
Reading view: Proofreading slides
Slide Show view: Giving a presentation
Entering and Editing Text on Slides
Selecting text on a slide
Deleting text
Moving and copying text
Aligning Text in Text Frames
Handling Bulleted and Numbered Lists
Creating a bulleted or numbered list
Removing bullets and numbers from a list
Making sublists, or nested lists
Selecting, Moving, and Deleting Slides
Selecting slides
Moving slides
Deleting slides
Hidden Slides for All Contingencies
Scribbling Notes to Help with Presentations
Entering a note
Reading notes
Advice for Delivering a Presentation
Rehearse, and rehearse some more
Connect with the audience
Anticipate questions from the audience
Take control from the start
Giving Your Presentation
Starting a presentation
Going from slide to slide
Ending a presentation
Coauthoring a PowerPoint Presentation
▶ Introducing OneNote Web App
Introducing OneNote Web App
Creating Notebooks with OneNote Web App
Comparing OneNote Web App to OneNote 2010
OneNote Web App: A Geography Lesson
Creating Storage Units for Notes
Units for organizing notes
Creating a section
Creating a page
Creating a subpage
Renaming and deleting sections, pages, and subpages
Entering and Arranging Notes
Writing a note
Arranging and resizing notes
Formatting the Text in Notes
Going from Section to Section and Page to Page
Making the Navigation Bar Work for You
Displaying and hiding pages
Rearranging section names in the Navigation bar
Changing Your View in OneNote Web App
Seeing Who Wrote a Note
Tagging Notes for Follow-Up
Some Housekeeping Chores
Coauthoring Notebooks with Others
Coauthoring in OneNote Web App
Coauthoring in OneNote 2010
There Are Four Office Web Apps
They’re Free!
You Run Office Web Apps through a Browser
Your Files Are Stored Online
The Main Purpose of Office Web Apps Is to Share Files
Office Web Apps Are Pale Imitations of Office Programs
You Can Open Files in Office 2010
Office Web Apps Are Companion Programs to Office 2010
You Run Office Web Apps on Windows Live or SharePoint
You Need to Think about Privacy Issues
The Office Web Apps Are All about Sharing
You Need a Windows Live Account or SharePoint 2010
Share Files in Public and Shared Folders
What Sharing Means Is Different in Public and Shared Folders
You Can Also Share Files in Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote 2010
You Can See Who Your Collaborators Are
Sorry, but You Can’t Share Password-Protected Files
The Office Web Apps Favor Four Browsers
JavaScript Must Be Enabled
Cookies Must Be Allowed
Microsoft Recommends Installing Silverlight
Zoom Using Browser Commands
Open a Second File with the New Window or New Tab Command
Get More Room on the Screen
Bookmark Your Files
Make Use of the Back, Forward, and History Commands
Beware of Right-Clicks and Shortcut Keys
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