Publisher description for Mastering Microsoft Office 2000 professional edition / Gini Courter, Annette Marquis.
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Master the power of Microsoft Office 2000!
The latest version of Microsoft's world-leading office suite is loaded with enhancements designed to improve your productivity at home and in the office. Written by two Office experts, Mastering Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Edition teaches you everything you need to know to get the most out of this powerful collection of programs.
Inside, you'll find unparalleled coverage of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and Publisher. Learn to use each product-begin with the basics if you're just getting started, or jump to new or advanced features if you're an experienced user. Either way, you'll quickly reap all the benefits offered by the new Office, including enhanced integration, more powerful macros, easier HTML conversion, and much more.
Become a Master:
* Create, edit, format, and print impressive documents
* Simplify your work by using styles and templates
* Create dynamic Web pages in Word
* Create worksheets that use functions and references
* Analyze data effectively
* Create complex charts, graphs, and Pivot Tables
* Create stunning presentations
* Prepare eye-catching handouts
* Broadcast presentations using NetShow
* Create effective databases
* Design forms
* Drill down into a table
* Schedule meetings easily
* Manage email efficiently
* Use Outlook with Exchange Server
* Create a publication -- for print or online
* Work with graphics and other objects
* Work directly with online documents using Web Components
* Save documents directly to a Web server
* Use Install on Demand
* Collect and paste multiple items with the extended Clipboard
* Head off problems with Detect and Repair
* Personalize menus and toolbars
* Work in different languages using the Microsoft Language Path
* Make the most of integration with Visual Basic, Windows NT, and other BackOffice products
* "Collect" and paste multiple items
* Use macros and VBA
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Microsoft Office professional.
Microsoft Excel (Computer file)
Microsoft PowerPoint (Computer file)
Business -- Computer programs.