Office 2019 For Dummies

 
 
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 26. September 2018
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  • 432 Seiten
 
E-Book | PDF mit Adobe DRM | Systemvoraussetzungen
978-1-119-51400-8 (ISBN)
 

Now updated and revised to cover the latest features of Microsoft Office 2019

The world's leading suite of business productivity software, Microsoft Office helps users complete common business tasks, including word processing, email, presentations, data management and analysis, and much more. Whether you need accessible instruction on Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, or Access-or all of the above-this handy reference makes it easier.

In Office X For Dummies, you'll get help with typing and formatting text in Word, creating and navigating an Excel spreadsheet, creating a powerful PowerPoint presentation, adding color, pictures, and sound to a presentation, configuring email with Outlook, designing an Access database, and more. Information is presented in the straightforward but fun language that has defined the Dummies series for more than twenty years.

  • Get insight into common tasks and advanced tools
  • Find full coverage of each application in the suite
  • Benefit from updated information based on the newest software release
  • Make your work life easier and more efficiently

If you need to make sense of Office X and don't have time to waste, this is the trusted reference you'll want to keep close at hand!



Wallace Wang is the bestselling author of more than 50 computer books, with over three million of his For Dummies books in print. They include numerous versions of Office For Dummies as well as Beginning Programming For Dummies. When not playing with computers, Wallace splits his time between teaching, writing, game designing, screenwriting, and stand-up comedy.

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978-1-119-51400-8 (9781119514008)
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Wallace Wang is the bestselling author of more than 50 computer books, with over three million of his For Dummies books in print. They include numerous versions of Office For Dummies as well as Beginning Programming For Dummies. When not playing with computers, Wallace splits his time between teaching, writing, game designing, screenwriting, and stand-up comedy.
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • Who Should Buy This Book
  • Icons Used in This Book
  • Beyond the Book
  • Getting Started
  • Part I Getting Started with Office 2019
  • Chapter 1 Introducing Microsoft Office 2019
  • Starting an Office 2019 Program
  • Introducing the Microsoft Office Ribbon
  • Using the File Tab
  • Creating a file
  • Opening an existing file
  • Saving a file
  • Using the Ribbon
  • Deciphering Ribbon icons
  • Identifying Ribbon icons
  • Displaying dialog boxes
  • Minimizing the Ribbon
  • Using the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Using the Quick Access icons
  • Adding icons
  • Removing icons
  • Moving the Quick Access toolbar
  • Customizing the Ribbon for Touch
  • Customizing an Office 2019 Program
  • Changing the file format and default location
  • Customizing the Ribbon icons
  • Exiting Office 2019
  • Chapter 2 Selecting and Editing Data
  • Adding Data by Pointing
  • Selecting Data
  • Selecting data with the mouse
  • Selecting data with the keyboard
  • Selecting multiple chunks of data with the mouse and keyboard
  • Editing Text with the Pop-Up Toolbar
  • Deleting Data
  • Cutting and Pasting (Moving) Data
  • Copying and Pasting Data
  • Using Paste Options
  • Dragging with the Mouse to Cut, Copy, and Paste
  • Undo and Redo
  • Sharing Data with Other Office 2019 Programs
  • Using the Office Clipboard
  • Viewing and pasting items from the Office Clipboard
  • Deleting items from the Office Clipboard
  • Chapter 3 Modifying Pictures and Drawing on Documents
  • Adding and Deleting Pictures
  • Getting pictures from the Internet
  • Capturing screenshots
  • Manipulating Pictures
  • Moving a picture
  • Resizing a picture
  • Rotating a picture
  • Enhancing Pictures
  • Choosing visual effects
  • Choosing a picture style
  • Adding a border around a picture
  • Drawing with the Draw Tab
  • Drawing lines
  • Moving lines
  • Erasing lines
  • Drawing Shapes
  • Creating Math Equations
  • Chapter 4 Getting Help from Office 2019
  • Searching in the Help Window
  • Making the Help Window Easier to Read
  • Moving the Help window
  • Resizing the Help window
  • Displaying Help text in a browser window
  • Closing the Help window
  • Finding the Right Commands to Use
  • Part 2 Working with Word
  • Chapter 5 Typing Text in Word
  • Moving the Cursor with the Mouse
  • Moving the Cursor with the Keyboard
  • Navigating through a Document
  • Navigating with the mouse
  • Using the Go To command
  • Finding and Replacing Text
  • Using the Find command
  • Customizing text searching
  • Searching by headings
  • Browsing through pages
  • Using the Find and Replace command
  • Checking Your Spelling
  • Checking Your Grammar
  • Viewing a Document
  • Switching between views
  • Using Read Mode view
  • Using Outline view
  • Chapter 6 Formatting Text
  • Finding Formatting Tools on the Home Tab
  • Changing the Font
  • Changing the Font Size
  • Changing the Text Style
  • Changing Colors
  • Changing the color of text
  • Highlighting text with color
  • Using Text Effects
  • Justifying Text Alignment
  • Adjusting Line Spacing
  • Making Lists
  • Indenting list items
  • Converting list items back to text
  • Customizing a list
  • Renumbering numbered lists
  • Using the Ruler
  • Adjusting left and right paragraph margins
  • Defining indentation with the Ruler
  • Using Format Painter
  • Using Styles
  • Using Templates
  • Removing Formatting from Text
  • Chapter 7 Designing Your Pages
  • Inserting New Pages
  • Adding (and Deleting) a Cover Page
  • Inserting Page Breaks
  • Inserting Headers and Footers
  • Creating a header or footer
  • Defining which pages display a header or footer
  • Deleting a header or footer
  • Organizing Text in Tables
  • Creating a table by highlighting rows and columns
  • Creating a table with the Insert Table dialog box
  • Creating a table with the mouse
  • Creating a table from existing text
  • Formatting and Coloring a Table
  • Selecting all or part of a table
  • Aligning text in a table cell
  • Choosing a table style
  • Resizing columns and rows
  • Sorting a Table
  • Deleting Tables
  • Deleting an entire table
  • Deleting rows and columns
  • Deleting cells
  • Deleting cell borders
  • Making Text Look Artistic
  • Creating drop caps
  • Creating WordArt
  • Dividing Text into Columns
  • Editing columns
  • Removing columns
  • Previewing a Document before Printing
  • Defining page size and orientation
  • Using Print Preview
  • Part 3 Playing the Numbers with Excel
  • Chapter 8 The Basics of Spreadsheets: Numbers, Labels, and Formulas
  • Understanding Spreadsheets
  • Storing Stuff in a Spreadsheet
  • Typing data into a single cell
  • Typing data in multiple cells
  • Typing in sequences with AutoFill
  • Formatting Numbers and Labels
  • Formatting numbers
  • Formatting cells
  • Navigating a Spreadsheet
  • Using the mouse to move around in a spreadsheet
  • Using the keyboard to move around a spreadsheet
  • Naming cells
  • Searching a Spreadsheet
  • Searching for text
  • Searching for formulas
  • Editing a Spreadsheet
  • Editing data in a cell
  • Changing the size of rows and columns with the mouse
  • Typing the size of rows and columns
  • Adding and deleting rows and columns
  • Adding sheets
  • Renaming sheets
  • Rearranging sheets
  • Deleting a sheet
  • Clearing Data
  • Printing Workbooks
  • Using Page Layout view
  • Adding a header or footer
  • Printing gridlines
  • Defining a print area
  • Inserting and removing page breaks
  • Printing row and column headings
  • Defining printing margins
  • Defining paper orientation and size
  • Printing in Excel
  • Chapter 9 Playing with Formulas
  • Creating a Formula
  • Organizing formulas with parentheses
  • Copying formulas
  • Using Functions
  • Using the AutoSum command
  • Using recently used functions
  • Editing a Formula
  • Conditional Formatting
  • Comparing data values
  • Creating conditional formatting rules
  • Data Validation
  • Goal Seeking
  • Creating Multiple Scenarios
  • Creating a scenario
  • Viewing a scenario
  • Editing a scenario
  • Viewing a scenario summary
  • Auditing Your Formulas
  • Finding where a formula gets its data
  • Finding which formula(s) a cell can change
  • Checking for Errors
  • Chapter 10 Charting and Analyzing Data
  • Understanding the Parts of a Chart
  • Creating a Chart
  • Editing a Chart
  • Moving a chart on a worksheet
  • Moving a chart to a new sheet
  • Resizing a chart
  • Using the Chart Tools
  • Changing the chart type
  • Changing the data source
  • Switching rows and columns
  • Changing the parts of a chart
  • Designing the layout of a chart
  • Deleting a chart
  • Using Sparklines
  • Creating a Sparkline
  • Customizing a Sparkline
  • Deleting a Sparkline
  • Organizing Lists in Pivot Tables
  • Creating a pivot table
  • Rearranging labels in a pivot table
  • Modifying a pivot table
  • Filtering a pivot table
  • Summing a pivot table
  • Slicing up a pivot table
  • Creating a pivot chart
  • Part 4 Making Presentations with PowerPoint
  • Chapter 11 Creating a PowerPoint Presentation
  • Defining the Purpose of Your Presentation
  • Creating a PowerPoint Presentation
  • Designing a presentation in Normal view
  • Designing a presentation with Outline view
  • Working with Text
  • Creating a text box
  • Formatting text
  • Aligning text
  • Adjusting line spacing
  • Making numbered and bulleted lists
  • Making columns
  • Moving and resizing a text box
  • Rotating a text box
  • Chapter 12 Adding Color and Pictures to a Presentation
  • Applying a Theme
  • Changing the Background
  • Choosing a solid color background
  • Choosing a gradient background
  • Choosing a picture background
  • Choosing a pattern background
  • Adding Graphics to a Slide
  • Placing picture files on a slide
  • Placing clip art on a slide
  • Creating WordArt
  • Capturing screenshots
  • Resizing, moving, and deleting graphic images
  • Rotating graphics
  • Layering objects
  • Adding Movies to a Slide
  • Searching for a video on the Internet
  • Searching for video on your computer
  • Trimming a video
  • Coloring a video
  • Formatting the shape of a video
  • Adding Sound to a Slide
  • Adding audio from a file
  • Recording audio
  • Chapter 13 Showing Off a Presentation
  • Spell-Checking Your Presentation
  • Organizing Slides in Sections
  • Adding a section
  • Expanding and collapsing a section
  • Deleting a section
  • Adding Visual Transitions
  • Adding slide transitions
  • Text and graphic transitions
  • Using Animation Painter
  • Adding Hyperlinks
  • Creating web page hyperlinks
  • Creating hyperlinks to external files
  • Running a program through a hyperlink
  • Removing a hyperlink or action
  • Viewing a Presentation
  • Creating a custom slide show
  • Hiding a slide
  • Organizing with Slide Sorter view
  • Creating Handouts
  • Part 5 Getting Organized with Outlook
  • Chapter 14 Managing Email with Outlook
  • Configuring Email Settings
  • Adding an email account
  • Creating Email
  • Creating an email message
  • Replying to an email message
  • Using a stored email address to create a new email message
  • Attaching Files to Messages
  • Reading and Organizing Email
  • Grouping messages into categories
  • Changing the appearance of the Reading Pane
  • Retrieving a file attachment from a message
  • Deleting Email Messages
  • Creating Quick Steps
  • Chapter 15 Calendars, Contacts, and Tasks
  • Setting Appointments
  • Making an appointment
  • Viewing appointments
  • Deleting an appointment
  • Storing Names and Addresses
  • Adding a name
  • Viewing names
  • Searching names
  • Managing Tasks
  • Storing a task
  • Searching tasks
  • Viewing tasks
  • Part 6 Storing Stuff in Access
  • Chapter 16 Using a Database
  • Understanding the Basics of a Database
  • Designing a Database
  • Editing and Modifying a Database
  • Naming a field
  • Adding and deleting a field
  • Defining the type and size of a field
  • Typing Data into a Database
  • Using Datasheet view
  • Using Form view
  • Creating a form
  • Viewing and editing data in a form
  • Editing a form
  • Closing and Saving a Database
  • Closing a database
  • Exiting Access
  • Chapter 17 Searching, Sorting, and Querying a Database
  • Searching a Database
  • Searching for a specific record
  • Filtering a database
  • Sorting a Database
  • Querying a Database
  • Creating a simple query
  • Creating a crosstab query
  • Creating a query that finds duplicate field data
  • Creating an unmatched query
  • Viewing, renaming, closing, and deleting queries
  • Chapter 18 Creating a Database Report
  • Using the Report Wizard
  • Manipulating the Data in a Report
  • Switching a report to Layout view
  • Counting records or values
  • Sorting a field
  • Filtering a field
  • Editing a Report
  • Resizing fields
  • Deleting fields
  • Making Reports Look Pretty
  • Applying themes
  • Creating conditional formatting
  • Deleting a Report
  • Part 7 The Part of Tens
  • Chapter 19 Ten Tips for Using Office 2019
  • Saving Office 2019 Files
  • Password-Protecting Your Files
  • Guarding Against Macro Viruses
  • Customizing the Ribbon
  • Changing the Size of the Office Window
  • Right-Clicking the Mouse
  • Freezing Row and Column Headings in Excel
  • Displaying Slides Out of Order in PowerPoint
  • Reducing Spam in Outlook
  • Setting up Outlook's junk email filter
  • Creating a Safe Senders list
  • Creating a Blocked Senders list
  • Using Office 365 and Office on Android and iOS
  • Chapter 20 Ten Ways to Make Office 2019 Easier to Use
  • Build (and Use) Your Own Office Add-Ins
  • Collaborating with the Review Tab
  • Using Word's References Tab
  • Using Excel's Data Tab
  • Saving and Sending Files
  • Encrypting a File
  • Saving to the Cloud
  • Ignoring the Silly Office Ribbon
  • Find More Office Templates
  • Use Microsoft Office Everywhere
  • Index
  • EULA

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