Office 2007 For Dummies

From the Back Cover
Find and use the features you need right away
Create great documents, Excel charts, and slide shows, and organize your e-mail

What’s new at the Office? A lot, and this book takes you through all the cool changes and enhancements so you can rev up and go. Find your way around the new interface, dress up your documents, create spreadsheets that actually make sense, give presentations that wow your audience, and organize your life.

Discover how to

Locate commands on the Ribbon
Use Live Preview
Stop spam with Outlook
Format and enhance Word documents
Work with Excel® formulas
Store and find data in Access

–This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

About the Author
The author currently divides his time between writing computer books,
writing articles for CPU Magazine, performing stand-up comedy, and writing
and speaking on a weekly comedy radio show along with fellow comedians
Rick Gene, Wes Sample, and Justin Davis. The show airs on 103.7 Free FM in
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He also spends much of his time trying to keep his various computers running properly using an odd mixture of Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X software. Eventually, he hopes to find the elusive combination of hardware and software that can create the mythical dream of a computer that actually works when you want it to.

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