• Book Name: Microsoft Word 2016 for professionals Dummies
  • Author: by Dan Gookin
  • Pages: 651
  • Size: 19 MB

Introduction: Welcome to Word 2016 For Professionals For Dummies, a book that uncovers the truth about parapsychology and the people in Asia who hand-place sesame seeds on the hamburger buns used by Burger King. I’m not serious, of course. I’m just checking to see whether you’re actually reading this introduction. This book goes way beyond the beginner’s user level when it comes to word processing with Microsoft Word. This isn’t a technical book, but rather a book geared toward the professional or anyone else who is serious about the words they write.

Microsoft Word 2016 for professionals by Dan Gookin Free Pdf Download

Word is a powerful program, and few people venture into its more sophisticated levels. That’s sad because many of Word’s features can save you time and help you create a better document. About This Book: Are you still reading the introduction? That’s really weird. Most people don’t even bother. In fact, they simply take the copy of this book that they illegally down- loaded, get the information they want, and then go on Facebook and lament how the economy is crumbling. I love that story. Still, I’m proud of you for continuing to read the introduction. Truly, it’s the best part of the book. That’s because this is where I explain how this book covers a lot of material not found anywhere else. Google? Forget it. I’ve looked. Those people who put “help” up on Google don’t know what they’re talking about. If you really want to understand Word, and create outstanding documents, you have the best resource in your hands right now. This book is a reference. It’s designed to cover a topic quickly and let you get back to work. Each chapter covers a topic, and major sections within the chapter go into detail. Within each section are specific activities, complete with steps or further instructions that help you accomplish a task.

Sample sections in this book include
1. Creating custom paragraph numbers
2. Splitting a table between two pages
3. Wrapping text around an object
4. Opening an Excel worksheet inside of Word
5. Converting your WordPerfect documents
6. Creating the master document
7. Marketing your eBooks
8. Creating an AutoText building block
9. Recording a macro

The topics covered are vast, but you don’t have anything to memorize. Information is cross-referenced. Technical tidbits are carefully shoved to the end of a section or enclosed in a box. Though it would be great to master all that Word offers, my sense is that you prefer to find out only what you need to know and then get back to your work.

Microsoft Word 2016 for professionals by Dan Gookin Free Pdf Download

How to Use This Book: » Wrapping text around an object » Opening an Excel worksheet inside of Word » Converting your WordPerfect documents » Creating the master document » Marketing your eBooks » Creating an AutoText building block » Recording a macro The topics covered are vast, but you don’t have anything to memorize. Informa- tion is cross-referenced. Technical tidbits are carefully shoved to the end of a section or enclosed in a box. Though it would be great to master all that Word offers, my sense is that you prefer to find out only what you need to know and then get back to your work.

This is an active book. When you explore a topic, you see steps you follow to accomplish a given task or create an example. These steps involve using Word and the computer — specifically, the keyboard and mouse. If you have a touchscreen, that works as well, but it’s far more effective to use a mouse or another pointing device. The mouse can point, click, double-click, and right-click. These are the basic mouse activities used through the text. The click always means a left-click. Point means to position the mouse at a certain location on the screen but not to click. The mouse pointer is referred to as “the mouse pointer,” and its common icon is shown in the margin. This pointer is often called the cursor. In a document’s text, the mouse pointer changes to the I-beam pointer, shown in the margin. When you click the mouse in the text, you move the insertion pointer, which shows where new characters appear as you type. I may also refer to the insertion pointer as the toothpick cursor. Keyboard shortcuts are shown like this: Ctrl+D Press and hold the Ctrl (Control) key and then tap the D key Multiple key combinations are also presented: Ctrl+Shift+S Here you press Ctrl and Shift together and then tap the S key. Release all the keys. Word presents its commands on a Ribbon. The commands are organized into tabs and then groups. Each command is a button, and the button’s artwork appears in this book’s margins. Some buttons feature menus. To view the menu, you either click the button itself or click a down-pointing triangle next to the button.

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