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!
displays page 17. Click the Go To Tab. Word displays your chosen page. Click Close to make the Find and Replace dialog box disappear. Figure 5-3: The Go To tab displays a menu of different searching options. Finding and Replacing Text To help you find text, Word offers a handy Find feature. Not only can this Find feature search for a word or phrase, but it also offers a Replace option so you can make Word find certain words and automatically replace them with other words. Using the Find
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Microsoft PowerPoint 2016. Your chosen program appears on the screen. At this point, you can open an existing file. Introducing the Microsoft Office Ribbon The basic idea behind the Ribbon interface in Microsoft Office is to store commonly used commands under separate tabs. Clicking each tab displays icons that represent related commands; you can see groups of related commands at a glance. Changing to the Ribbon In older Windows programs, such as Microsoft Office 2003, the program displays
sorts your messages. (Optional) Click Reverse Sort. Outlook sorts your messages in reverse order, such as oldest to newest or newest to oldest. Figure 14-7: The Arrangement category lets you choose how to organize your e-mail messages. Changing the appearance of the Reading Pane To make reading e-mail messages easier, Outlook can display your messages in three different ways: Right: Lists of messages appear in the left side of the Outlook window and the currently selected message appears
that contains the unmatched records you want to find. Click a database table and then click Next. Another dialog box appears, asking you to choose a database table that contains at least one field that also appears in the table you chose in Step 3. Click a second database table and then click Next. Another dialog box appears, asking you to identify the field that both database tables have in common. Click the common field that both database tables share. Click the gray <=> button that