This book is made up of four parts, each dealing with a specific topic: document contents and presentation (text, tables, charts, objects, styles and templates), long documents (sections, notes, bookmarks, outlines, tables of contents, indexes, master documents), bulk mail tools (forms, mail merge) and various advanced functions (macros, customising the interface, group work and document protection, Web and frames pages, and using XML in Word). Each chapter is independent of the others, so that you can choose what to study, and in what order. At the end of the book, you will find the official list of topics tested in the Microsoft Office Specialist Word 2003 Expert exam. The number of the corresponding lesson and exercise is given next to each topic in the list.If the pages are non-consecutive, separate the numbers with commas (for example to print pages 5 and 1 0, enter 5, 1 0). . Click OK. The Manual duplex option in the Print dialog box will print the document on both sides of a sheet of paper, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Microsoft Office Word 2003 Expert|
|Publisher||:||Editions ENI - 2004|