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Updated: May 17, 2012 16:56 IST

Back to basics

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MS Office 2010 by J. Veeranathan
MS Office 2010 by J. Veeranathan

Learning computer applications is no longer a jinx. Balaji Institute of Computer Graphics has brought out a book that deals with the basics of MS Office 2010 and its other applications. The first chapter is an introduction to MS Office and its applications including Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, One Note and Publisher. The second chapter deals with tools such as icons, menus and how they are accessed in the applications of MS Office 2010. Each application is detailed with examples in the form of illustrations. Descriptions about MS Office Infopath Designer, its uses MS Office Filler, OneNote applications, SharePoint Workspace, saving and transferring old files to a new folder and how to save, edit, copy and add visual effects to a picture…. Every aspect is tackled here. Chapters dealing with Page Layout, accessing Themes, and different aspects for Layout designing are useful. It's a useful guide to MS Office.

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