Microsoft Office for Windows 95 for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1995 - Computers - 362 pages
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A fun and easy guide to making the most of the top-selling programs included with Microsoft Office, this book includes an overview of each program to help you understand just the ones you need to use right away. You'll also find friendly, easy-to-follow advice on sharing information between Microsoft's programs so you can become more efficient than you ever imagined.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Getting to Knout Microsoft Office
9
Using Microsoft Office
19
Binding Your Information Together
35
Working urith Words
47
Choosing the Right Words
73
Expanding Your Horizons with Advanced Tools
95
Desktop Publishing with Word
115
color scheme
195
Keeping Track of Time utith Schedule
209
Setting Tasks and Making Contacts
227
Learning Effective Habits
237
Making the Most of lour data
239
Making the Most of Stored Information
257
Using Form Letters and Address Labels
277
Making Form Letters and Other Personalized Mail
283

Hou to Excel at the Numbers Game
131
Excel Features That Make Economists of Us All
159
Suddenly Its Shou t Time
171
Adding Pictures to Your Slides and Overheads
191
The Part of Tens
311
Switch to Manual Linking
317
Ten Things to Check Before You Print
329
Copyright

About the author (1995)

About the Author Roger C. Parker is President of The Write Word, a communications consulting firm in Dover, NH. Roger is the Presentations Columnist for Technique Magazine and a contributing editor for x–height and Newsletter Design. He is the author of Desktop Publishing & Design For Dummies® and Microsoft® Office 4 For Windows® For Dummies®.

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