Office 2016 All-In-One For Dummies (Office All-in-One for Dummies)
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The fast and easy way to get things done with Office
Perplexed by PowerPoint? Looking to excel at Excel? From Access to Word—and every application in between—this all-encompassing guide provides plain-English guidance on mastering the entire Microsoft Office suite. Through easy-to-follow instruction, you'll quickly get up and running with Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Publisher, Charts and Graphics, OneNote, and more—and make your work and home life easier, more productive, and more streamlined.
Microsoft Office is the leading productivity tool in the world. From word processing to business communication to data crunching, it requires a lot of knowledge to operate it—let alone master it. Luckily, Office 2016 All-in-One For Dummies is here to deliver the breadth of information you need to complete basic tasks and drill down into Office's advanced features.
- Create customized documents and add graphic elements, proofing, and citations in Word
- Build a worksheet, create formulas, and perform basic data analysis in Excel
- Create a notebook and organize your thoughts in Notes
- Manage messages, tasks, contacts, and calendars in Outlook
Clocking in at over 800 pages, Office 2016 All-in-One For Dummies will be the singular Microsoft Office resource you'll turn to again and again.
2016. Office 2016 For Dummies is a handy reference for finding out how to use the latest features and changes. You’re upgrading from an older version of Microsoft Office, such as Office 2003 or Office XP. Office 2016 For Dummies is a gentle guide to help you make a less-painful transition from traditional pull-down menus to the Ribbon user interface. You’ve rarely (if ever) used any version of Microsoft Office at all. Office 2016 For Dummies can serve as a guide through Word
Goal Seek. The Goal Seek dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 9-15. Click in the To value text box and type a number that you want to appear in the formula stored in the cell that you clicked in Step 1. Click in the By changing cell text box and click one cell that contains data used by the formula you chose in Step 1. Excel displays your cell reference, such as $B$5, in the Goal Seek dialog box. Click OK. The Goal Seek Status dialog box changes the data in the cell you chose in Step
open a file, follow these steps: Click the File tab. Click Open. An Open pane appears, as shown in Figure 1-6. Pressing Ctrl+O is a keystroke shortcut for displaying the Open pane. Choose an option such as Recent or This PC. You may need to click the Browse button to access different folders. Click the file you want to open. Your chosen file appears. Figure 1-6: The Open pane lets you change drives and folders to find the file you want to use. If you delete or move a file,
effectively. The best way to create an effective presentation is to take some time to think about the following: What is your point? Define the single most important idea of your presentation. Who is the target audience? A presentation given to engineers and scientists will look different from the same presentation given to CEOs and venture-capital executives. What do you want the audience to do? A speaker may present new ideas to a conference, while a politician may present ideas designed to
may have deleted accidentally. Making Reports Look Pretty Reports can be useful for displaying data, but go one step farther and make your reports look visually pleasing as well. One way to change the appearance of a report is to use a predefined theme, which can instantly add color to make even the dullest report look interesting. Applying themes A theme simply rearranges the appearance of your entire report so it doesn’t look like a boring list of text and numbers. To apply a