Do you look at the pictures in a book or magazine before anything else? Would you rather be shown instead of read about how to do something? Then this book is for you. Opening Simply Office 2010 allows you to read less and learn more about the Windows operating system.
Who Needs This Book
This book is for a reader who has never used this particular technology or application. It is also for more computer literate individuals who want to expand their knowledge of the different features that Windows has to offer.
In Office 2010, the applications share a common look and feel. You can find many of the same features in each program, such as the Ribbon, the Quick Access toolbar, various program window controls and the File tab. Many of the tasks you perform in Office, such as creating new files, opening existing files, working with text and data in files, saving files, printing files and executing commands, involve similar processes and features throughout the Office suite. In this part, you learn how to navigate the common Office features and perform basic Office tasks.