Want to write great looking documents but can?t seem to get a handle on paragraph structuring? Unfamiliar with some of the buttons and functions on your menu bar? Need to add page numbers for a paper but can?t find the controls? Word 2003 For Dummies will show you the quick and easy way to navigate through the trickiness of Microsoft Word. This book will be your comprehensive guide to using this word processor like a pro. Word 2003 For Dummies shows you all the essentials of building, reviewing, and adding cool new features to Word documents. No wonder the previous editions sold over 1.7 million copies. This book makes it easy to catch on, because it:
Adopts a beginner?s point of view in order to show you the basics of running the program.
Includes complete walkthroughs for many features Reveals tips, tricks, and wizards to make Word a snap Covers more advanced techniques, making it a reliable reference at any level Written by the author of the first For Dummies book ever, DOS For Dummies, as well as the bestselling Word 2002 For Dummies and PCs For Dummies With Word 2003 For Dummies, you?ll get all the information you need to be the most productive with Word. No longer will you be spending less time working and more time make Word work. You?ll be creating fantastic-looking documents in no time!
Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
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Series: For Dummies S.
26 September 2003
English as a second language
Introduction. Part I: Hello, Word! Chapter 1: The Big Picture. Chapter 2: How Most Folks Use Word. Chapter 3: Basic Movement. Chapter 4: Basic Editing. Chapter 5: Search for This, Replace It with That. Chapter 6: Working with Blocks of Text. Chapter 7: How to Doing Your Speling and Grammer. Chapter 8: Basic Document Tricks. Chapter 9: Getting It Down on Paper. Chapter 10: Tips from a Word Guru. Part II: Letting Word Do the Formatting Work. Chapter 11: Formatting Characters, Fonts, and Text. Chapter 12: Formatting Paragraphs. Chapter 13: Formatting Tabs. Chapter 14: Formatting Pages. Chapter 15: Formatting Documents. Chapter 16: Working with Styles. Chapter 17: Working with Templates. Chapter 18: Formatting and Spiffing Up Tricks. Part III: Sprucing Up Your Document. Chapter 19: Borders, Boxes, and Shading. Chapter 20: Building Tables. Chapter 21: Marching Your Text into Columns. Chapter 22: Lots O' Lists O' Stuff. Chapter 23: Mixing Words and Pictures. Chapter 24: Inserting Objects. Part IV: Land of the Fun and Strange. Chapter 25: Other Ways of Viewing a Document. Chapter 26: Collaboration Tricks. Chapter 27: Working with Documents. Chapter 28: Modifying Word's Appearance. Chapter 29: Breaking Your Word. Part V: Creating Lotsa Stuff in Word. Chapter 30: Just Your Basic Letter and Envelope. Chapter 31: Brochures and Greeting Cards. Chapter 32: Making Some Labels. Part VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 33: The Ten Commandments of Word. Chapter 34: Ten Truly Bizarre Things. Chapter 35: Ten Cool Tricks. Chapter 36: Ten Things Worth Remembering. Index.
Dan Gookin is the author of the original For Dummies book, DOS For Dummies. His informative and entertaining books now account for more than seven million copies in print.