With detailed explanations and screen shots, this guide covers: Creating, saving, opening, and printing any Office 2003 file Getting comfortable with common Office 2003 commands, including using the menus and toolbars, working with the task ...
Author: Wallace Wang
Publisher: For Dummies
If you have Microsoft Office 2003 For Dummies and just use it to create documents and for e-mail, that’s like having the ultimate gourmet kitchen and only cooking frozen dinners or having a 42” plasma high-definition, sound surround TV and only watching old reruns. This book will help you take control of Office 2003 and use it to take control of your life—at work or at home. It covers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. (Note that not all versions of Office 2003 have Access.) You’ll learn how to create all kinds of documents, set up and use databases, create spreadsheets and do all kinds of numerical calculations and computations, and present your creations in style. With detailed explanations and screen shots, this guide covers: Creating, saving, opening, and printing any Office 2003 file Getting comfortable with common Office 2003 commands, including using the menus and toolbars, working with the task pane, using multiple windows, and copying and pasting with Office Clipboard The basics for working in Word, plus info on formatting your text or document, aligning text, adding headers, footers, or page numbers, adding and editing pictures, and more Playing the numbers with Excel, with info on the basics of spreadsheets (numbers, labels, and formatting) and creating and editing formulas Creating and manipulating charts—line, area, column, bar, and pie varieties Creating PowerPoint presentations using AutoContent Wizard, a template, or from an existing presentation Adding color, pictures, and transitions to jazz up your PowerPoint presentation Getting organized with Outlook, including handling e-mail, organizing contact information, managing tasks with a to-do list, and scheduling appointments Storing stuff in Access, with the basics on using a database, searching, sorting, and making queries, and creating reports Microsoft Office 2003 For Dummies was written by Wallace Wang, the popular, bestselling author of more than 20 For Dummies computer books. It gives you a great overview and step-by-step how-to for the most common and most helpful functions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. It’s a great guide to exploring the incredible powers at your fingertips with Microsoft Office 2003 and enhancing your productivity. It’s also a great reference to keep handy so you can get a quick review of tasks you don’t often do or figure out more ways to use Office 2003 to make quick work of your work.
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Author: Greg Harvey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Every time you turn around, you run into Excel. It’s on your PC at work. It’s on your PC at home. You get Excel files from your boss. Wouldn’t you like to understand this powerful Microsoft Office spreadsheet program, once and for all? Now, you can crunch financial data, add sparkle to presentations, convert static lists of numbers into impressive charts, and discover what all the shouting’s about regarding databases, formulas, and cells. You may even decide that getting organized with a good spreadsheet is downright useful and fun! Flip open Excel 2003 For Dummies, and you’ll quickly start getting the basics of Excel in plain English. Written for the rest of us, this down-to-earth book gently shows you how to: Create a spreadsheet from scratch Apply the basics of formatting cells Take on database forms—even add records—and prevail Get organized and stay that way Save worksheets as Web pages for your company intranet In a clear and easy-to-understand style, veteran software trainer and technology writer Greg Harvey explains the basics of worksheets and workbooks, how to enter data and work with formulas, and how to print your masterpieces. When you’re feeling very bold, he’ll have you adding comments and pictures, saving files with security protection, and learning to zip between multiple worksheets in a workbook with ease. And there’s much more: Clip and save the Top Ten Beginner Basics of Excel 2003 Pay heed to the Top Ten Commandments of Excel 2003 Impress your colleagues by creating a company org chart Re-open those documents and add or edit new data with aplomb Move between these sheets without trouble Decipher and take charge of helpful tools and commands such as Sort, Filter, Format Cells, and PivotTable You’ll finally be able to stop pestering the Excel experts in your office. Become your own expert with the friendly and down-to-earth practical instruction you’ll find in Excel 2003 For Dummies.
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Author: Dan Gookin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Want to write great looking documents but can’t seem to get a handle on paragraph structuring? Unfamiliar with some of the buttons and functions on your menu bar? Need to add page numbers for a paper but can’t find the controls? Word 2003 For Dummies will show you the quick and easy way to navigate through the trickiness of Microsoft Word. This book will be your comprehensive guide to using this word processor like a pro. Word 2003 For Dummies shows you all the essentials of building, reviewing, and adding cool new features to Word documents. No wonder the previous editions sold over 1.7 million copies. This book makes it easy to catch on, because it: Adopts a beginner’s point of view in order to show you the basics of running the program. Includes complete walkthroughs for many features Reveals tips, tricks, and wizards to make Word a snap Covers more advanced techniques, making it a reliable reference at any level Written by the author of the first For Dummies book ever, DOS For Dummies, as well as the bestselling Word 2002 For Dummies and PCs For Dummies With Word 2003 For Dummies, you’ll get all the information you need to be the most productive with Word. No longer will you be spending less time working and more time make Word work. You’ll be creating fantastic-looking documents in no time!
It provides over 70 timesaving techniques for Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and PowerPoint. (Most of the tips work with Office 2000 and Office XP, too.) You’ll customize Office to meet your needs and start working like a pro in no time ...
Author: Woody Leonhard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Wouldn’t it be a waste to go on a spectacular, exoticvacation abroad and just hang out at the hotel pool? Wouldn’tit be a waste to buy a new iPod, download four favorite songs, andplay them over and over? Most people with Office 2003 are wasting a lot of software powerand a lot of time. They do the same routine things in the sameroutine ways and haven’t begun to explore the capabilities ofOffice 2003. If you’re one of them, Office 2003 TimesavingTechniques For Dummies gets you out of your rut and intoaction. It provides over 70 timesaving techniques for Word, Excel,Access, Outlook, and PowerPoint. (Most of the tips work with Office2000 and Office XP, too.) You’ll customize Office to meetyour needs and start working like a pro in no time with easy-to-usetricks, tips, and techniques for: Streamlining your toolbars (Word alone has dozens to choosefrom) Setting up Outlook, searching with folders, organizing withflags, and dealing with spam Taking proper security measures, including using and updatingan antivirus package and avoiding potentially dangerous fileextensions Editing and laying out impressive Word documents Using keyboard shortcuts Diving into more advanced Office skills such as writing macros,setting up templates, and using multimedia with PowerPoint Using Excel to build self-verifying spreadsheets Running totals and subtotals in Access Combining applications to print holiday greetings and run anelectronic newsletter Written by Woody Leonhard, author of Windows XP TimesavingTechniques For Dummies and the bestseller Windows XPAll-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies, this guides helps youeliminate extra steps and little annoyances and do thingsyou probably didn’t know you could do, such as: Building e-mail stationery Calculating sales tax with the Lookup Wizard Making professional labels Encrypting messages Recording narration for PowerPoint presentations Complete with an index that lets you find what you want,fast. Office 2003 Timesaving Techniques For Dummieshelps you get up to speed and down to work. After all, timesa-wastin!
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Author: Richard Mansfield
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Covers the new features, tools, and technologies in Office 2003and demonstrates how developers can extend, enhance, and customizethe suite using VisualBasic for Applications (VBA) More than 800 pages of clear and friendly For Dummies adviceand instructions help developers get up to speed fast, improveworkflow, and get the job done Packed with helpful real-world examples, including creating anOffice document collaboration manager, automating e-mail routing,administering the Task Pane from within an application, andbuilding a distributed business system using Web services The eight minibooks cover Office 2003 essentials; understandingOffice programming; maximizing Word; making the most of Excel;advanced Access; exploiting Outlook; InterOffice; working as ateam; and power techniques such as advanced Office automation, VBA,and .NET
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Author: Alan Simpson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Updated to cover all the latest features and capabilities of Access 2007, this resource provides new and inexperienced Access users with eight task-oriented minibooks that cover begininning to advanced-level material Each minibook covers a specific aspect of Access, such as database design, tables, queries, forms, reports, and macros Shows how to accomplish specific tasks such as database housekeeping, security data, and using Access with the Web Access is the world's leading desktop database solution and is used by millions of people to store, organize, view, analyze, and share data, as well as to build powerful, custom database solutions that integrate with the Web and enterprise data sources
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Author: Bill Dyszel
Publisher: For Dummies
Do you have more email accounts and messages than you can possibly manage? Do you often forget important details? How many times have you misplaced an important email address? Guess what? You can solve all these problems with Microsoft Outlook 2003, a component of Microsoft Office, and Outlook 2003 For Dummies will show you how! Over 100 million people use Outlook, but many only utilize a few features. Outlook is extremely versatile and can perform a wide range of functions like: E-mail organization Calendars and to-do lists Personal directories Journal-keeping With Outlook 2003 For Dummies, regarded as the #1 bestselling book on the subject, you will be able to get the most out of Outlook and finally organize your busy life. Whether you’re in your home or office, Outlook can make your day go smoothly and more efficiently. This comprehensive guide explores: How to manage, organize, and get on top of your e-mails How to create your own virtual little black book Calendar features and how to manage and assign tasks Recording your activities with Outlook Notes and journal entries Outlook Express and how to get news e-mails from newsgroups Security features to keep your life private and safe Customizing Outlook with accessories Advanced functions and useful tips and shortcuts Written by Bill Dryszel, the award-winning author of Microsoft Outlook 2000 for Dummies, Treo Visor For Dummies, and Palm For Dummies, this book offers expert advice in a down-to-earth kind of manner. Outlook 2003 For Dummies offers a quick and easy way to get the hang of this useful program and start managing your daily tasks with efficiency.
One of these minibooks will tell you how! This trusty guide will be your constant companion as you conquer the basics, take Word on the Web, explore customizing and programming it, and find out all Word can do for you.
Author: Doug Lowe
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Wouldn’t it be a waste to own a Porsche convertible and just drive it to the grocery store at 40 mph? If you have Word 2003, you actually have a high-performance word processing program that can do almost anything you tell it to. Word 2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies helps you put the pedal to the metal and your fingers to the keys and cover a lot of territory fast. It includes information on: The basics, such as editing, saving, and printing documents Time-savers, including creating keyboard shortcuts, using styles, and more Jazzing up your documents with borders, shading, shapes, charts, drawings, and clip art Handy desktop publishing tricks Whipping out letters, envelopes, return-address labels, and more Written by Doug Lowe, author of more than 30 For Dummies books, Word 2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies lets you go as far as you want. You can venture off and explore: Creating Web pages with Word, how to host a Web site, and more Using XML (eXtensible Markup Language) to store and exchange information in a standardized way that’s accessible universally Outlining, indexing, creating a table of contents, and more Using Word’s Master Document to compile long documents such as your future bestseller, your unabridged collection of bad jokes, or whatever Using Word’s speech recognition so you can dictate text and issue menu commands by speaking Creating macros with VBA (Visual Basics for Applications) A comprehensive index helps you find the information you want fast. So what are you waiting for? With Word 2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies as your navigator, take Word 2003 out for a spin and see what this baby can do.
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Author: R. Merrel Olesen
Publisher: For Dummies
Category: Health & Fitness
Cosmetic surgery is one of today’s hottest topics. From daytime talk shows and popular magazines to conversations at the salon, it seems that almost everyone has had it, is thinking about it, or knows someone who is getting it. Statistics show more and more women—and men—are having cosmetic surgery. And with all the options now available, it’s important to be fully informed before you make any decisions about having a procedure. Now, Cosmetic Surgery For Dummies is here to guide you through today’s top procedures, candidly addressing both the benefits and the risks. R. Merrel Olesen, MD, the medical director of the La Jolla Cosmetic Surgery Centre, and Marie B.V. Olesen, a nationally known cosmetic surgery consultant, give you the tools you need to: Decide if surgery is right for you Find a qualified surgeon Set realistic expectations Evaluate the costs Enhance your recovery and results This plain-English guide shows you how to take advantage of all the advances in cosmetic surgery while avoiding the pitfalls that could compromise your safety or the quality of your result. From implants to liposuction to Botox, you’ll understand the right questions to ask your doctor, how to prepare for surgery (both physically and financially), and the best ways to influence the healing process. You’ll also: Discover the latest surgery techniques and medications Understand the different surgeon specializations Sort through the various non-surgical facial treatments Evaluate your post-op care options Cope with complications Deal with family, friends, and coworkers before and after surgery Complete with lists of questions to ask before surgery and top Web sites for cosmetic surgery information, Cosmetic Surgery For Dummies is a practical, friendly guide that will help you say hello to a new you!
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Author: John Kaufeld
Publisher: For Dummies
When you hear the word “database,” do your eyes glaze over? Does the mention of fields and tables make your blood pressure skyrocket? Does the idea of entering and using hyperlinks make you hyperventilate? Whether you’re running a business or a household . . . whether you need to be able to quickly access customer information, your recipe for chicken cacciatore, or the Little League team’s records, Access 2003 holds the key. This friendly guide unlocks the secrets of using Access 2003 to store, manage, organize, reorganize, and use data! It gives you: The basics of the whole database concept Suggestions for solving problems with Access What you need to know to design, build, use, and change Access tables Info on the ten most common types of fields The scoop on using queries to unearth the answers hiding somewhere in your data Guidelines for using the Access report system to make short work of long, previously time-consuming, reports In the relaxed, comfortable For Dummies style, this book has easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and lots of screen shots. If you want to create and manage a database for a huge auction house, this guide will get you going . . . going . . . gone. If you want to create a database for your music collection, it gives you the score then shows you how to use formatting and add graphics to jazz it up. You’ll get the low-down on extracting all kinds of information from databases and putting that information to practical use. You’ll discover how to: Use Label Wizard to create mailing labels, file labels, shipping labels, or name tags Use Chart Wizard to create line charts, bar, cone, and column charts, pie and donut charts, area charts, and XY and bubble charts Use Auto Reports to create columnar or tabular reports and then fine-tune them Export reports to Microsoft Word and Excel Get your data Web-ready and put it on the Internet in either static or dynamic form Build forms with Form Wizard And speaking of high-tech fun, Access 2003 For Dummies even tells you how to install and use speech recognition software with Access 2003. So if the idea of working with databases has you talking to yourself, this is just the book you need.
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Do you lay awake at night wondering how you’ll ever pay for the kids’ college or be able to retire? Do you toss and turn trying to figure out how to make ends meet? Managing Your Money Online For Dummies is your guide to making the most of online resources to make the most of your money. It’s a “get rich slow” scheme. Most of today’s millionaires don’t earn millions a year, didn’t inherit a bundle, and didn’t win the lottery. They simply spent less than they made and managed and invested the difference. You can join their ranks and sleep at night when you discover how to use Internet tools and resources to: Give yourself an online financial makeover Determine your net worth and devise your financial strategies Set up a budget and track your income and expenses Take advantage of online banking and bill-paying Find the best CD rates, online broker, and credit card for you Written by Kathleen Sindell, Author of Investing For Dummies, Managing Your Money Online For Dummies links you to priceless advice to help you: Calculate how much you need to save for retirement, how much mortgage you can afford, should you pay off debt, or are you adequately insured Handle overwhelming debt and correct errors on your credit report Comparison shop for a car (new or used), house and mortgage, insurance, and more Avoid the top 10 ways people waste money Save with online rebates, promotional discounts, coupons, special sales, or special offers Secure your data and protect your identify and your computer Do estate planning—now that you’ll have an estate Best of all, with you Managing Your Money Online For Dummies you won’t just save money and hassle, you’ll save time and manage your gradually accumulating riches at your convenience!
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With glittering casinos, glitzy shows, and over-the-top spectacles, Las Vegas can be a mind-boggling experience. This fun, friendly guide is a sure bet for a winning trip—complete with gambling tips, and more: The best shows on the Strip Tips on having fun without gambling Great experiences you can only get in Las Vegas! Like every For Dummies travel guide, Las Vegas For Dummies, Third Edition includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn’t miss—and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post-it Flags to mark your favorite pages
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More visitors flock to Disney each year than to any other spot on earth, with new rides and hotels sprouting up every season. This complete guide helps singles and families, the young, and the young at heart navigate this perennially popular fantasy mecca. Walt Disney World and Orlando for Dummies includes: Full coverage of all Orlando-area parks, from Disney and Universal Orlando to SeaWorld and Discovery Cove. Information on the latest rides and attractions, including Universal's Shrek 4-D and Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast, and Disney's Mission: Space. Savvy, time-saving tips on how to escape the endless lines and go straight to the major attractions Candid opinions about what's a can't miss and what's a waste of time, including a child's perspective on most of the city's theme-park attractions and rides. An honest discussion of the pros and cons of booking accommodations inside or outside the parks.
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The German landscape features dramatic regional differences. Every city has its own aura, its own version of sausage, and its favorite local wines and beers. Cities range from busy Berlin to fun-loving Munich...from Cologne with its world-famous cathedral to Frankfurt with its designer skyscrapers…from the romantic university town of Heidelberg to the port city of Hamburg with its risqué Reeperbahn area. You can pack a lot of uniquely German experiences into your trip with this book as your guide. Cruise down the Rhine with its castle-crowned crags or cruise the lively club/bar/disco scene. Join the locals in a giant beer hall with an oompah-pah band or opt for opera. Go on a strenuous hike in the Black Forest or get pampered in a sophisticated health spa. Whether you want culture or action, you’ll find plenty to do in this guide that gives you the scoop on: Luxurious hotels that take you back in time or modern, contemporary marvels The Rhine Valley, with its romantic legends and thriving vineyards The Barbarian Alps and the intriguing alpine resort town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen The imposing Cologne cathedral that dazzles your senses Weimar, where Goethe lived, or Leipzig, where Bach conducted Shopping in Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, and Cologne, or on Frankfurt’s Zeil, the busiest shopping street in Germany Incredible castles and palaces, including Sanssouci, Frederick the Great’s 18th-century rococo place in Potsdam, Zwinger Palace in Dresden with it’s Old Master paintings and porcelain treasures, Nymphenburg Place outside Munich, and Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, the opulent fairy-tale castles built by Ludwig II of Bavaria The moving memorials at Dachau and Buchenwald The art museums and symphony, opera, and ballet performances that grace almost every German city Romantic landscapes, from the majesty of the Bavarian Alps to the sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea, and from the winegrowing Rhine Valley to the rock cliffs along the Elbe The Mosel Valley with its vineyards, Roman ruins, medieval castles, and riverside towns Cuisine that ranges from traditional local fare to dining with an Italian flair Like every For Dummies travel guide, Germany For Dummies, 2nd Edition includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn’t miss — and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post-it® Flags to mark your favorite pages Peruse this guide, pack your bags, and have a wunderbar trip.
From Madrid and Barcelona to bullfights and tapas bars, Spain offers an amazing variety of places to go and things to do. Where do you begin? Don't worry! With this handy guide at your side, you'll be able to zero in on the highlights and plan the perfect trip. Discover: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn't miss -- and what you can skip The best restaurants and hotels for every budget Lots of detailed maps
From pink-sand beaches and snorkeling in clear blue water, to neon nightclubs and casino gambling, the islands of the Bahamas have it all. There’s no end to the outdoor fun and all-night parties, so take this friendly guide with you and enjoy the best of the Bahamas: A complete run-down of all the islands and the activities you’ll find there Ten unforgettable moments you can only experience in the Bahamas All the best nightlife and outdoor activities on every island Complete coverage of the best beaches and most exciting watersports Like every For Dummies travel guide, Bahamas For Dummies, Third Edition includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn’t miss—and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post-it Flags to mark your favorite pages