Office 2016 Simplified by Elaine MarmelStart learning the latest in Office Office Simplified is the quick, easy, full-color guide to the new features and tools of the latest version of Office. With a clear, highly visual, introductory style of instruction, this book gives you step-by-step directions alongside illustrative screen shots to help you learn Microsoft's bestselling productivity software. You'll take a tour through all Office applications, and learn how the new tools can make your workday easier. The simplified approach eliminates unnecessary information, focusing instead on the essentials you need to know to get things done. Organized for easy navigation, this helpful guide is designed to be used both as a start-to-finish tutorial and as a handy desk reference when you run into unfamiliar territory. Whether you're upgrading from a previous version or using the Office suite of applications for the first time, this book has you covered every step of the way. You'll find the answers you need, new tools you can use, and the step-by-step guidance that helps you get it right on the first try. Get acquainted with the Office workflow Walk through Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Publisher Follow along with practical examples to tackle dozens of tasks Compose documents, create spreadsheets, organize your email, and more This book provides the ideal rundown of Microsoft Office's full feature set and capabilities. Even experienced users may learn something they never realized they were missing. If you need to get things done with minimal interruption to your workflow, Office Simplified will get you up to speed quickly and easily.
31 secrets to speech, movement, and visual AIDS by Jeff DavidsonAs a result of television, people today expect to be comfortable in every communication situation. When someone speaks to them, they want to relax and listen, just as they do when a TV professional entertains them in their living room." Roger Ailes, author of Television Changed The Rules, suggests that speakers are expected to be at least as comfortable, knowledgeable, and succinct as a guest on a television show. Although speaking is often more formal than television interviews, being relaxed, informal, crisp, and entertaining is the modern standard for an effective communicator. Once you reach that comfortable, successful level of communication, you never have to change it. Whether you're speaking to one person or thousand people listening to you, the essential principles hold true. The key element is that you not change or adapt you essential "self" to different audiences or media.
Publication Date: 2008
Office 2016 for Dummies® by Wallace WangPacked 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.
Publication Date: 2015
Putting the Power in your PowerPoint by Patricia FrippThe use of PowerPoint as a presentation tool is well acknowledged and accepted. However, it is frequently used as a crutch that often distracts your audience. If you are using PowerPoint, why not learn the inside secrets of doing it the right way?
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