Office 2016 For Dummies
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Office 2016 For Dummies (9781119293477) was previously published as Office 2016 For Dummies (9781119077374). While this version features a new Dummies cover and design, the content is the same as the prior release and should not be considered a new or updated product.
The bestselling Microsoft Office book of all time
Packed with straightforward, friendly instruction, this updated edition of the bestselling Microsoft Office book gets you thoroughly up to speed on the latest version of the industry standard for office productivity suites. In no time, Office 2016 For Dummies will help you become a whiz at Word, take your Excel skills to new heights, add pizzazz to your PowerPoint presentations, and make every part of your work day more organized and productive.
Following alongside approachable, plain-English explanations, you'll quickly discover how to type, format text, and design documents in Word; navigate and edit spreadsheets, create formulas, and analyze data in Excel; configure email, store contacts, organize tasks, and schedule your time with Outlook; create and edit well-designed and crowd-pleasing PowerPoint presentations; and design, edit, and modify an Access database. Even if the mere thought of working with Microsoft Office makes you nervous, this fun and friendly guide makes it easy.
- Helps you make sense of word processing, email, presentations, data management and analysis, and much more
- Covers the five main Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access
- Walks you through the new features of Microsoft Office 2016
- Written by a veteran author who has written more than 20 For Dummies books, which account for more than three million books in print
If you're an uninitiated user looking to make the most of this powerful suite of applications, this hands-on, friendly guide is the key to your brand new Office!
Spacing text box and type a value or click the up/down arrows to define the spacing width to the right of column 1. (Optional) Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for each additional column you want to modify. (Optional) Select the Line between check box to display a vertical line between your columns. (Optional) Click the Apply To list box and choose Whole Document or This Point Forward (to define how columns appear from the current cursor position to the end of the document). Click OK. Word displays the
color palette appears, as shown in Figure 8-9. Click the color you want to use for your text. The color you select appears directly on the Font Color icon. The next time you want to apply this same color to a cell, you can click the Font Color icon directly instead of the downward-pointing arrow to the right of the Font Color icon. Click the downward-pointing arrow that appears to the right of the Fill Color icon (the icon looks like a pouring bucket). A color palette appears. Click a color
details of your file such as the file’s size and the date you created it, as shown in Figure 1-4. New: Creates a new file. Open: Loads an existing file. Save: Saves your file. If you haven’t named your file yet, the Save command is equivalent to the Save As command. Save As: Saves the current file under a new name and/or in a different location such as a different folder or computer. Print: Prints the current file. Share: Sends a file as an e-mail attachment or posts it online. Export:
Adding sound to a presentation To make your presentations look more visually appealing, PowerPoint lets you add color and graphics to your slides. Color and graphics can’t turn a worthless presentation into an informative one, but they can enhance an informative presentation and make it easier for people to watch. For additional appeal, PowerPoint lets you add audio and video to a presentation. That way, you can make your presentation more interesting by letting people read, hear, and see
Internet, grab a tablet running Android or iOS. By using Office for Android or iOS, you can create and edit Office files when you’re away from your computer. Now you can still be productive with your favorite Microsoft Office programs without lugging around a heavy and bulky laptop computer running the full version of Windows 10. Chapter 20 Almost Ten Ways to Make Office 2016 Easier to Use If you haven’t noticed by now, there are plenty of features buried in Office 2016 that you probably