It may seem like an eternity since your IT department upgraded you to the latest version of Microsoft Office. Prepare yourself, because Office 2016 is packed with updated features and new ways to increase your productivity in the office! With Office 2016 at Work For Dummies, we make it easy by breaking the content down into over 300 of the most common tasks and operations, providing you with straightforward, simple-to-navigate, approachable information. With four-color illustrations for visual support as your work through the tasks and then nearly three hours of supporting video, you can choose your path for learning the ins and outs of Office 2016.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Office
Chapter 2: Creating a Word Document
Chapter 3: Paragraph Formatting
Chapter 4: Formatting Sections, Pages and Documents
Chapter 5: Working with Tables and Graphics in Word
Chapter 6: References and Mail Merges in Word
Chapter 7: Creating Basic Excel Worksheets
Chapter 8: Creating Excel Formulas and Functions
Chapter 9: Formatting and Printing Excel Worksheets
Chapter 10: Storing and Managing Databases in Excel
Chapter 11: Creating Charts in Excel
Chapter 12: Managing Email with Outlook
Chapter 13: Using Outlook Contacts and Tasks
Chapter 14: Getting Started with PowerPoint
Chapter 15: Formatting a Presentation
Chapter 16: Adding Movement and Sound to a Presentation
Chapter 17: Presenting a Slide Show
Office 2016 At Work For Dummies primarily targets professionals for whom the Office suite is part of their daily grind. The book assumes readers are experienced Microsoft Office users and time-pressed professionals. It's arranged in a way to limit the amount of searching and reading a person has to do to answer an Office question or solve a quick problem. Home and personal users alike will receive all the information they need to get up and running with Microsoft Office 2016.
Faithe Wempen M.A. is the author of over 140 books on computer hardware and software, focusing primarily on Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows. She is an A+ certified PC technician and a Microsoft Office Master Instructor, and her online courses have educated over a quarter of a million students for corporate clients including HP and Sony. She is an adjunct instructor of Computer Information Technology at IUPUI.