Office 2013 Simplified
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A basic introduction to learn Office 2013 quickly, easily, and in full color
Office 2013 has new features and tools to master, and whether you're upgrading from an earlier version or using the Office applications for the first time, you'll appreciate this simplified approach. Offering a clear, visual style of learning, this book provides you with concise, step-by-step instructions and full-color screen shots that walk you through the applications in the Microsoft Office 2013 suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Publisher.
- Shows you how to tackle dozens of Office 2013 tasks
- Shares practical examples and beneficial advice to guide you through each application
- Focuses on visual learners, with step-by-step instructions illustrated with full-color screen shots throughout
Office 2013 Simplified makes the new Office suite easy to understand, even if you are new to the software.
in. Signing in gives you access to online pictures and clip art stored at Office.com and enables Office to synchronize files between your computer, SkyDrive, and SharePoint. SkyDrive and Office 2013 The SkyDrive app is a cloud storage service from Microsoft that comes with Office 2013; 7GB are free, and you can rent additional space. Office 2013 saves all documents by default to your SkyDrive so that your documents are always available to you. Using Office Web Apps
You can open and edit Word, Excel, OneNote, and PowerPoint documents from your SkyDrive using Office Web Apps, which are scaled-down editions of Office programs that you can use to easily review documents and make minor changes. Take Your Personal Settings with You Everywhere Office 2013 keeps track of personal settings like your recently used files and favorite templates and makes them available from any computer. Word and PowerPoint also remember the paragraph and slide
Office automatically uploads your changes to the cloud. Sign In to Office Online Open an Office program. The program’s Start screen appears. Click the Sign In link. Note: If you are viewing a document, click the Sign In link in the upper-right corner of the screen. The Sign In to Office window appears. Click Microsoft Account or Organizational Account, depending on the user ID you use with Office. The Microsoft account sign-in window appears.
new line, wrapping text to the next line for you. B The insertion point marks your location in the document and moves to the right as you type. Text you type appears to the left of the insertion point. Press to start a new paragraph. C You can press twice to add an extra space between paragraphs. D You can press + to insert a line break and start a new line when your text does not fill the line. You often use line breaks when typing addresses. E You can press to
Close button (). Access prompts you to save the table changes. Click Yes. The Save As dialog box appears. Type a name for the table. Click OK. Access lists the table among the database objects in the Navigation pane. Note: After you save a table, you can reopen it by double-clicking it in the Navigation pane. simplify it Can I rename table fields? Yes. You can rename fields in any table. To do so, double-click the field label and type