- Published: January 2012
- Region: Global
Word 2013 Bible
- Published: April 2013
- Region: Global
- 1056 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Top-to-bottom coverage of the top-selling Microsoft Office application
If you want to use Microsoft Word to create more than just simple documents, start with this ultimate Word guide. Packed with the in-depth content that is the hallmark of all Wiley Bibles, this book covers it all. You'll first find out what's new in Word 2013 on the features level - formatting, styles, tables, and more - before you dive into the big stuff that can help you become more efficient. From document design to creating master documents to applying security to collaborating in the Cloud, you'll learn not just how to do tasks, but the best ways to do them, and why.
- Details everything you need to know to get the most out of Word 2013
- Walks you through new or refreshed basics, such as formatting, styles, charts, and tables
- Shows you how to use data sources, create envelopes and labels, and make forms
- Takes your Word skills up a notch with coverage of keyboard customization, security, collaborating on the Cloud, comparing documents, and much more
Start creating documents at a new level and wow your colleagues, with Word 2013 Bible.
Acknowledgments xi Introduction xli Part I: Welcome to a New Word 1 Chapter 1: Taking Your First Steps with Word 3 Chapter 2: Diving Into Document Creation 41 Chapter 3: Working Smarter, Not Harder, in Word 93 Chapter 4: Zapping Word’s Top Annoyances 123 Part II: Working with Document Style and Content 143 Chapter 5: Font/Character Formatting 145 Chapter 6: Paragraph Formatting 171 Chapter 7: Using Styles to Create a Great Looking Document 197 Chapter 8: Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Using the Clipboard 221 Chapter 9: Find, Replace, and Go To 241 PART III: Improving Document Content and Consistency 273 Chapter 10: Reviewing a Document with Language Tools 275 Chapter 11: Cleaning Up with AutoCorrect and AutoFormat 303 Chapter 12: Getting Smart with Text: Building Blocks, Quick Parts, Actions (Tags), and More 327 Part IV: Illustrating Your Story with Graphics 367 Chapter 13: Building Tables, Charts, and SmartArt to Show Data and Process 369 Chapter 14: Adding Pictures and WordArt to Highlight Information 423 Chapter 15: Adding Drop Caps, Text Boxes, Shapes, Symbols, and Equations 461 Part V: Improving Document Setup and Look 493 Chapter 16: Setting Up the Document with Sections, Headers/Footers, and Columns 495 Chapter 17: Changing Other
Page Features 531 Chapter 18: Saving Time with Templates, Themes, and Master Documents 549 Part VI: Enhancing Documents with Reference Features 577 Chapter 19: Enhancing Navigation with Bookmarks, Hyperlinks, and Cross–References 579 Chapter 20: Identifying the Contents and Terms in Your Document: TOCs, Captions, and Indexing 603 Chapter 21: Documenting Your Sources 637 Part VII: Making Documents Work for You 669 Chapter 22: Data Documents and Mail Merge 671 Chapter 23: Automating Document Content with Fields 713 Chapter 24: Creating Custom Forms 741 Part VIII: Publishing, Collaboration, and the Cloud 769 Chapter 25: Sharing and Publishing Documents 771 Chapter 26: Managing Document Security, Comments, and Tracked Changes 795 Chapter 27: Collaborating in the Cloud with SkyDrive 827 Chapter 28: Integration with Other Office Applications 845 Part IX: Power and Customization 863 Chapter 29: Keyboard Customization865 Chapter 30: Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar and Ribbon 879 Chapter 31: Word Options and Settings 899 Chapter 32: Macros: Recording, Editing, and Using Them 947 Appendix: Command–Line Switches for Controlling Word Startup 971 Index
Lisa A. Bucki has been teaching and writing about Microsoft Office, computers, and software for more than 18 years. She coauthored the Office 2010 Bible from Wiley.