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10 Mail Merge Tricks for Word 2013
By Katherine Murray
Oct 3, 2013
Katherine Murray offers 10 tips to help you reduce the time you spend setting up your merge print and shortcut the problem-solving when things go wrong.
Customizing the Way You Work in Adobe Photoshop CC
By Steve Johnson, . Perspection Inc.
Aug 26, 2013
This chapter shows you how to change Photoshop's Preferences settings, which can help you both tailor the program to your specific design style as well as configure its use of system resources.
Desktop Publishing with Word Text Boxes
By Faithe Wempen
Jun 10, 2015
Desktop publishing software uses movable frames to give you precise control over a layout, but did you know that Microsoft Word can do basically the same thing? Faithe Wempen, author of Word 2013 In Depth, shows you how to use Word’s Text Box feature to create simple DTP layouts.
DIY Desktop Calendar with Microsoft Publisher 2010
By JoAnn Paules
Jun 28, 2010
Microsoft Publisher was designed to give you the tools you need to create your own beautiful desktop calendar. Using clip art or your own photo, you can easily create a stunning desktop wallpaper calendar.
Easy Page Layout Using Microsoft Word 2011
By Neale Monks
Dec 13, 2010
Neale Monks shows you how to use Word’s important page layout tools to create simple newsletters, promotional flyers, certificates, and more, without needing the expense or expertise of complex publishing programs.
Editing Documents in Microsoft Word 2003
By Laura Acklen
Dec 31, 2003
Need a bunch of useful tips for editing your documents? In this sample chapter, you'll find several -- from moving and copying text to switching between several open documents to using the different document views.
Editing Text with Microsoft Word
By Heidi Steele
Aug 11, 2006
Word-processing programs would be only be a slight improvement over typewriters if we couldn't use them to revise text. Indeed, the most valuable aspect of using Word is that you can quickly and painlessly edit text you've already typed. The skills you in this chapter—selecting (highlighting) text, deleting text, cutting and pasting text, undoing actions, and so on—form the foundation of everything else you'll do in Word.
Entering Text in Word 2010
By Sherry Kinkoph Gunter
Jul 13, 2010
This chapter shows basic techniques for entering and manipulating text in Word 2010, including Quick Parts and symbols.
Essential Document Creation and Management Techniques in Word 2003
By Bill Camarda
Dec 31, 2003
Learn the basic techniques you need to create, open, edit, and save Word documents, including finding the file you're seeking, switching among files, and troubleshooting.
FileMaker 9's Custom Function Primer
By Bob Bowers, Steve Lane, Scott Love
Aug 31, 2007
Learn the basics of one of the most powerful features in FileMaker.
Formatting Documents in Microsoft Word 2010
By Steve Johnson, Perspection Inc.
Sep 8, 2010
Microsoft Word can help you change your document for a fresh look. Learn how to format text, change character and line spacing, modify paragraphs, apply borders and shading, and hide text on confidential documents.
Formatting Documents in Word 2007
By Perspection Inc., Steve Johnson
Mar 27, 2008
Learn how to enhance the appearance, layout, and formatting of your Word 2007 document.
Formatting Documents in Word 2013
By Steve Johnson, . Perspection Inc.
May 1, 2013
Learn how to add the kinds of finishing touches to your document to change it from ordinary to eye-catching.
Inserting Pictures and Videos in Word 2013
By Sherry Kinkoph Gunter
Aug 20, 2013
This chapters shows multiple ways you can grab or capture pictures and videos and place them into your Word 2013 documents.
Microsoft Office Web Apps: Your Key to Free Web-based Productivity
By Todd Meister
Jun 4, 2010
This article describes what Office Web Apps are available today, how to get started, and what features you can use when using the Excel and PowerPoint Web Apps.
Microsoft Word 2010: Now's the Time to Upgrade
By Todd Meister
Jun 28, 2010
Todd Meister shows new features in Microsoft Word 2007 and Word 2010 that will make you a more productive user.
Moving from Microsoft Office to OpenOffice.org
By Eric Geier
Oct 25, 2010
Making the transition to OpenOffice.org can save money, but it takes some getting used to. Eric Geier shares tips on moving to this free and open source office suite.
New Features in Microsoft Office 2010 for Small Businesses
By Tim Barrett
Jun 4, 2010
Determine if upgrading to Office 2010 is right for you. This article discusses some of the key improvements and new features added to the Office 2010 suite, along with pricing, system requirements, and bundles.
Overview of Key New Features in Office 2010
By Tom Bunzel
May 12, 2010
Tom Bunzel summarizes the key new highlights in Microsoft Office 2010 and points the way to using the new Office 2010 to its maximum potential.
Publishing a Web Site
Jan 8, 2007

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