More than 70 million people have made Microsoft Office the most popular business software package on the planet. Whether you're a newcomer to the power and productivity of the entire Office suite -- with its word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, Web design, desktop publishing, and e-mail software -- or discovering Microsoft Office for the first time, you'll find yourself right at home with the friendly advice and plain-English answers inside Microsoft Office 2000 For Windows For Dummies. Get all Office 2000 programs working together -- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, FrontPage, Outlook, Publisher, PhotoDraw, and Internet Explorer -- and take your computing skills to the next level. Publish professional-looking Web pages from Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and FrontPage. Organize your schedule and e-mail with Outlook; create dazzling slide presentations with PowerPoint; create documents quickly with Word; and budget your finances with Excel's cool charts and graphs. Microsoft Office 2000 For Windows For Dummies covers the Standard, Professional, and Premium editions of Office 2000, so whatever your needs, we've got the answers!Creating a Web page After you create the Word document (or open an existing Word document) that you want to publish on the Web, you can use Word to turn your document into a Web page. To turn any Word document into a Web page: 1.
|Title||:||Microsoft Office 2000 For Windows For Dummies|
|Author||:||Wallace Wang, Roger C. Parker|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 1999-05-21|