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!
these steps: Click the slide (in either Normal or Outline view) to which you want to add a movie. Click the Insert tab. Click the Video icon in the Media group. A menu appears. Choose Videos on My PC. An Insert Video dialog box appears. Click the movie file you want to add and then click the Insert button. PowerPoint displays your video on the slide. If you click the Play button on the Format or Playback tab, you can view your video. Trimming a video Before you add a video to your
PowerPoint presentation is to show it off to an audience. To help you keep an audience’s attention, PowerPoint provides Hollywood-style special effects to make your presentation look more interesting. PowerPoint also provides features for creating handouts for your audience. Because people often want to take notes during an interesting presentation (or just doodle during a really boring presentation), PowerPoint can create handouts that you can print and distribute. Spell-Checking Your
to know the following: Your name The username of your e-mail account, which may be JSmith (for Joe Smith) Your e-mail address (such as JSmith@microsoft.com) Your e-mail account password Your e-mail account type (such as POP3 or IMAP) Your incoming mail server name (such as pop.microsoft.com) Your outgoing mail server name (such as smtp.microsoft.com) Outlook can often recognize many popular e-mail accounts such as Yahoo! Mail, but if Outlook can’t set up your e-mail account automatically, you
Retrieves data stored in a table on a web page. From Text: Retrieves data stored as an ASCII text file. From Other Sources: Retrieves data stored in other sources, such as an SQL Server or XML file. Saving and Sending Files The traditional way to send a file to someone is to save your file, load your e-mail program (such as Outlook), create a new message, attach your file (if you can remember where you stored it), and send it over the Internet. Here’s a faster way to send a file: In the
before saving your file, a dialog box pops up to give you a chance to save your file. If you don’t save your file before exiting, you’ll lose any changes you made to that file. Chapter 2 Selecting and Editing Data In This Chapter Selecting data Using the pop-up toolbar Copying, cutting, and pasting Copying and cutting with the mouse Sharing data within Office 2016 Although you create a file only once, you can edit it many times. Editing can add, rearrange, or delete data, such as text,