Tap into all the tools
in Office 2008 for Mac
this book makes it easy!
New to Office 2008? Migrating from Windows to Mac? This complete reference is just what you need! It shows you how to use every Office 2008 application so you can start getting things done right away. Explore the Project Gallery, learn how the applications work together, excel at Excel, present with power, manage your life with Entourage, and more.
Meet the suite use the new galleries that help you quickly find features, formats, wizards, templates, and recently used files
A gallery of projects see how the Project Gallery serves as a hub for finding and opening documents, projects, or documents within a project
In a Word discover the extra functionality of Word's built-in Notebook and Publishing layouts
Excel revealed explore ledger sheets, learn how Excel can open Web pages in HTML format, and create your own templates
Put the power in PowerPoint use the View, add transitions, insert music from your iTunes library, and fine-tune timing
You have an Entourage get organized with My Day, handle contacts and e-mail, and manage a database
Use the Project Center manage projects of all sizes
Open the book and find:
The tools and features common to all the Office 2008 apps
Cool ways to use the Project Center
Tips on making the most of the new interface
How Word streamlines your word processing
Ways to get control of Excel
How to add animation to your PowerPoint presentations
Helpful hints for using Entourage Rules
Advice about sharing and collaborating on projects
Geetesh Bajaj is a PowerPoint MVP and heads an online presentation site at www.indezine.com that provides templates and advice for PowerPoint users. James Gordon is a Microsoft MVP for Macintosh. He created the InsertPicture add-in for PowerPoint and provides training on various Office topics.
Needed Publisher and it was not in the book. Why not? I guess I did not read the fine print close enough. Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Patricia
IF YOU ARE A BEGINNER, DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK! FROM THE PREVIOUS 5 STAR REVIEWS I WAS EXPECTING SOMETHING SIMPLE AND LOGICAL. Read morePublished on February 16, 2011 by Dusty Love