PHIL OLIVER and NOEL
Microsoft Office 2003 explained
BP545 - £7.99
0 85934 544 0
Published March 2004
One of over 70 books by Phil Oliver and Noel Kantaris,
published by Bernard Babani (publishing) Ltd. Suitable for all Office XP
If you are a PC user and want to get started with
Microsoft's Office 2003 applications for Windows; Outlook, Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, Publisher and Access as quickly as possible, then this book is
for you. No previous knowledge is assumed.
The book explains:-
How to benefit from the
Microsoft Office Help system, and how to become familiar with the Office
environment and its applications, and Office 2003 Task Panes and Smart Tags.
How to configure and use Outlook
to send and receive e-mail, browse the Web and organise your time
How to use Word to enter, edit
and enhance text and how to use document page layouts, paragraph styles and
document templates to format your work.
How to use Excel to build up
simple spreadsheet examples, format your work, generate 3-D worksheets,
generate and add graphs to a workbook.
How to use PowerPoint to design
a presentation in the shortest possible time.
How to use Publisher to create
professional looking publications.
How to use Access to create a
relational database, design forms, queries and reports.
How to share information between
the various Office applications by linking, embedding and using hyperlinks.
Suitable for - Beginners, Intermediate and
updated - 30 April 2006