e-books in Software: Introductory Guides category
by Mohammad Al-Ubaydli - Idiopathic Publishing , 2005
Using Free Software alternatives to Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop can save you thousands of dollars. This book will show you how to use these tools in your company, charity, school or hospital. The author is a doctor and programmer.
by Nancy Conner - O'Reilly Media , 2008
A free alternative to Microsoft Office? Google Apps gives you that plus plenty of bonus reasons to switch: collaborate on documents with others at the same time; whip up a Web page stocked with downloadable files; work on it all from any computer.
by Katherine Murray - Microsoft Press , 2010
You'll find smart tools in this release that enable you to get your work done easier, faster, and more professionally than ever. Being able to work anywhere, anytime means more flexibility, which translates to higher efficiency and effectiveness.
by Tom Bunzel - Pearson Education , 2004
Tom Bunzel creates an imaginary business so that the basis for this Guide becomes a sort of theoretical case study. He builds the business using the Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, FrontPage, Publisher, and Visio.
by Greg Perry - Sams , 2003
For readers who are new to Office 11 and want to get up and running quickly. This book includes shortcuts and ways to accomplish the most common tasks in Office. Readers can work at their own pace through the easily digestible, one-hour lessons.
by Allen Wyatt , 2008
Access for beginners: getting started, creating database, sorting and filtering, queries, printing, simple reports, custom forms, Web features, data relationships, importing and exporting, data security, OLE, macros, dialog boxes and menus, and more.
- Wikibooks , 2006
Introduces the reader to a Windows PC environment, it explains basics of computers and peripherals, operating systems and controls, desktop, file systems, concepts and settings, networks and the Internet, email, chat-rooms, and IM.
by Jean-Paul Van Belle , 2005
More advanced concepts of Excel: use the data entry tools, apply advanced cell formatting, use the built-in functions, absolute, relative and mixed cell references, assign and use range names, understand date and time arithmetic, and more.
by Jean-Paul Van Belle , 2003
You will learn the basic parts of a spreadsheet, enter labels, values, formulas and functions into a spreadsheet, construct simple formulas, copy cells, use cell references, change the values of cells, use the formatting commands, and more.
by Jean-Paul Van Belle , 2012
These notes are an introduction to the basics of Word to give you confidence to type simple documents, essays or projects. The text covers basic concepts, creating documents, editing, deleting, correcting texts, formatting, etc.
by Jean-Paul Van Belle - Global Text Project , 2003
An overview of the basic knowledge required to work productively with Word: understanding the basic concepts of word processing and the screen layout, creating, loading, saving and printing, editting and formatting text, incorporating tables, etc.