Microsoft Office Home and Student Edition 2013 All-In-One for Dummies - (For Dummies) by Peter Weverka (Paperback)
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About the Book A guide to Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 covers the features and functions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Book Synopsis The go-to reference for the new Office Home and Student 2013 The Home and Student version of Microsoft Office targets the home and education markets, covering the four applications most used outside the workplace: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. The minibooks in this essential All-in-One guide include real-world examples and projects that cover the new features and capabilities of Office 2013. Straightforward advice and beneficial projects help you to learn the basics of creating a resume in Word, establishing a home budget in Excel, developing a dynamic school presentation with PowerPoint, and taking notes in OneNote. Targets home and school users of Office 2013, who primarily use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote Walks you through how to use Office 2013 for everyday projects, such as creating a cover letter in Word or reusable templates in Excel Demonstrates how to jazz up a school presentation with PowerPoint Provides you with straightforward instructions for taking notes in OneNote Shares common Office 2010 tools and details the basics of the Office ribbon Office Home and Student 2013 All-in-One For Dummies is an easy-to-understand guide to the essentials of Office 2013! From the Back Cover 8 books in 1 Common Office Tasks Word 2013 Excel(R) 2013 PowerPoint(R) 2013 OneNote(R) 2013 Working with Charts and Graphics Office 2013 -- One Step Beyond File Sharing and Collaborating Complete home and school projects with the same tools business pros use Whether you're adding footnotes to a term paper, creating a household budget, or adding video to a presentation, Microsoft Office Home and Student provides the tools you need to get the job done. This book offers the guidance to complete those tasks, along with many others, using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. It's the easy way to be an Office pro at home or school. The Office family -- explore the similarities among the Office programs, learn to use the interface, and pick up some handy speed techniques The last Word -- master Word basics and learn to lay out pages, build tables, use the proofing tools, and create scholarly papers Excel at Excel -- create worksheets and workbooks, use formulas and functions, and discover how to analyze data Make your PowerPoint -- put together a professional-looking slide show and learn to make your presentation perfect One perfect note -- see how OneNote can help you keep, find, and manage study notes Chart-toppers -- use data from Excel, Word, and PowerPoint to develop charts that communicate Beyond the basics -- discover how to automate tasks with macros, add links, embed data, and collaborate online Open the book and find: The common tools found in Office applications Tricks for using Word Styles Secrets for creating mass mailings Ways to forecast and analyze data How to make your PowerPoint presentation memorable Quick ways to find missing notes Steps for creating a SmartArt diagram Tips on using Office Web Apps and SkyDrive About the Author Peter Weverka is a veteran For Dummies author who has written about a wide variety of applications. Along with two bestselling editions of Office All-in-One For Dummies, Peter has written PowerPoint All-in-One For Dummies and Microsoft Money For Dummies.



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