Fundamentals of Office 2016
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Learn how to use and navigate Office 2016, the latest edition of Microsoft's productivity suite.
In this guide you'll explore...
Upgrading to Office 2016
New features of Office 2016
Using Office Mobile on tablets and phones
Constructing professional looking documents with Word 2016
Adding and using graphics, photographs and clipart
Changing fonts, creating tables, graphs and formatting text
Creating presentations for your lessons, lectures, speeches or business presentations using PowerPoint 2016
Adding animations and effects to PowerPoint slides
Using Excel 2016 to create spreadsheets that analyse, present and manipulate data.
Working with functions and formulas
Creating Excel charts and graphs
The basics of Microsoft Access databases
Keeping in touch with friends, family and colleagues using Microsoft Outlook 2016
Maintaining calendars and keeping appointments with Outlook.
Clear instruction, and easy-to-follow tutorials with illustrated photographs, graphics and screen prints, guide you through the procedures every step of the way.
If you want to get up and running quickly and easily with the new Office 2016 suite, this is the guide you need.
analyse and manipulate numerical data with a flick of a finger. It allows you to store and present it in tabular form or as a chart. You can use spreadsheets to create wage slips, company accounts to analyse finance, budgets etc. You can create simple personal budgets to keep track of your money, and create score sheets for sports events. You can display all your data as statistical graphs and charts as well as creating tables. To begin lets explore what a spreadsheet is.
for the database you’re about to create. Click the Create button Once the new database has opened, you’ll see the home screen. The first thing to take note of are the ribbons at the top of the screen. These contain your tools for working. The Ribbons All your tools for creating databases are sorted into ribbons across the top of the screen according to their function. Home Clipboard, Sort & Filter, Records, Find, and Text Formatting Create Templates,
holds the results obtained by the students. All this data needs to be related somehow. This is where entity relationships come in. The relationships are linked using the ID called the primary key (indicated by the little key symbol next to the field). Relationships can be one-to-one or one-to-many. For example a student takes more than one (or many) courses. So the relationship is one-to-many. Entering Data You can enter data directly into the tables as shown in this
writing is only available on certain Office 365 subscriptions. You can enable clutter by right clicking on the clutter folder in Outlook. In the menu that appears, select ‘manage clutter’. This will launch your web browser and take you to Microsoft Online where you will need to log in with your Microsoft Account details.
instead of ‘cut’. Adding Images You can add a photograph or picture by going to your insert ribbon and tapping on ‘Pictures’ Choose the picture or photo you want from the dialog box that appears. Tap insert. This will insert your photo into your document. You can move the photo by clicking and dragging it to the position you want it. You may need to resize the image, as sometimes they can come in a bit big. To do this tap on the image, you’ll see small