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!
group: Fixed Column Width: Defines a fixed size for the column widths, such as 0.3 inches AutoFit to Contents: Defines the width of a column based on the width of the largest item stored in that column AutoFit to Window: Expands (or shrinks) the table to fit within the current size of the document window Click OK. Word draws the table in your document. Figure 7-5: The Insert Table dialog box lets you specify an exact number of rows and columns. Creating a table with the mouse Drawing a table
of a presentation. Choosing a gradient background A gradient displays one color that gradually fades into another color, such as green to orange. To define a gradient, you can define one or more stops, transparency, and the gradient direction. Stops define where the colors in the gradient start and end. Transparency defines how opaque a color appears. The gradient direction defines how the gradient appears, such as vertically or diagonally. To define a gradient background, follow these steps:
files with a four- or five-letter file extension, such as .docx or .pptx, as shown in Table 1-1. Table 1-1 File Extension Names Used by Different Versions of Microsoft Office Program Microsoft Office 2016 File Extension Microsoft Office 97-2003 File Extension Microsoft Word .docx .doc Microsoft Excel .xlsx .xls Microsoft PowerPoint .pptx .ppt Microsoft Access .accdb .mdb To save your Office 2016 files in the 97-2003 format, follow these steps: Click the File tab. Click Export.
steps: Right-click the query name in the left pane. A pull-down menu appears. Choose Rename. Access highlights the query name. Type a new name and then press Enter. Each time you view a query, it displays a tab. Eventually, you’ll probably want to get rid of a query, so to close a query, follow these steps: Right-click the query name that appears in the tab. A pull-down menu appears. Choose Close. Access closes your chosen query and removes its tab from view. Queries can be handy, but
other people have created for use (for free or for a price). By downloading and installing Office add-ins, you can boost the capabilities of Office. Collaborating with the Review Tab If you’re the only person who needs to edit, view, and use your Office 2016 documents, you can safely skip over this section. However, if you’re like many people, you need to collaborate with others. The old-fashioned way of collaborating meant printing paper copies, sending them to others, and writing directly on