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Microsoft Office Tutorial (18)

  • Microsoft Word processor 2010 Tutorial

    By Tutorialspoint
    This tutorial has been designed for computer users who are willing to learn Microsoft Word in simple steps and they do not have much knowledge about computer usage and Microsoft applications. This tutorial will give you enough understanding on MS Word from where you can take yourself to higher levels of expertise.

  • Microsoft Office Professional 2010 Step by Step eBook

    By Joyce Cox, Joan Lambert and Curtis Frye | The chapters of this book that cover Microsoft Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Outlook 2010, and Access 2010 are excerpted from the full-length Step by Step books written about those programs. This book provides an overview of each program and information to get you started. To learn more, refer to the following books.

  • Microsoft Office 2010 Inside Out eBook

    We wrote this book from scratch, with the goal of delivering exactly what you need to become productive with the five core applications in Office 2010—Word, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, and Outlook. We provide a cram course in each program, covering the core features and technologies and suggesting productivity enhancing expert tips to help you work smarter

  • MS Access tutorial

    By Tutorialspoint | Microsoft Access is a Database Management System (DBMS) from Microsoft that combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with a graphical user interface and softwaredevelopment tools. It is a part of the Microsoft Office suite of applications, included in the professional and higher editions. This is an introductory tutorial that covers the basics of MS Access.

    MS Access tutorial

  • Microsoft Word 2013 Step by Step ebook

    By Joan Lambert and Joyce Cox | Microsoft Word 2013 Step by Step and other books in the Step by Step series are designed for beginning to intermediate-level computer users. Examples shown in the book generally pertain to small and medium-sized businesses but teach skills that can be used in organizations of any size.

  • Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft Excel

    By David M. Levine David F. Stephan Timothy C. Krehbiel Mark L. Berenson | To help you master these necessary skills, every chapter of Statistics for Managers Using Microsoft Excel has a Using Statistics scenario. While the scenarios are fictional, they represent realistic situations in which you will be asked to make decisions while using Microsoft Excel to transform data into statistical information.

  • Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Bible

    By Adam Jorgensen, Patrick LeBlanc, Jose Chinchilla, Jorge Segarra and Aaron Nelson | By the time you have completed the SQL Server 2012 Bible, you will be well prepared to develop and manage your SQL Server 2012 database and BI environment.

  • Microsoft Visual Basic 2013 Step by Step

    By Michael Halvorson | Microsoft Visual Basic 2013 Step by Step is a comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic programming using the Visual Basic 2013 software and Windows 8.1. I’ve designed this practical, hands-on tutorial with a variety of skill levels in mind. In my opinion, the best way to master a complex technology like Visual Basic is to follow the premise that programmers learn by doing.

  • Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel

    By Francis J. Clauss | Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel teaches both financial management and spreadsheet programming. Chapters are organized according to the essential topics of financial management, beginning with corporate financial statements. The text discusses management principles and provides clear, step-by-step instructions for using spreadsheets to apply them. It shows how to use spreadsheets for analyzing financial data and for communicating results in well-labeled tables and charts. It shows how to be better managers and decision makers, not simply skilled spreadsheet programmers.

  • Microsoft Office 2007 Training Manual

    By EZ-REF Courseware
    This manual was designed to be used as a reference. This is not a step-by-step tutorial. Our design ensures that each course is stimulating and customized yet covers the outlined objectives

  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Step by Step

    By Joan Lambert | Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Step by Step is designed for use as a learning and reference resource by home and business users of Microsoft Office programs who want to use PowerPoint to create and present slide presentations and printed materials.


    By Paul McFedries | k. In Formulas and Functions with Microsoft Excel 2010 , I demystify the building of worksheet formulas and present the most useful of Excel’s many functions in an accessible, jargon-free way. This book not only takes you through Excel’s intermediate and advanced formula-building features, but it also tells you why these features are useful to you and shows you how to use them in everyday situations and real-world models.

  • Publisher 2007: Help for the editor

    By Liturgical Publications Inc
    Guide to setting up and using Microsoft Publisher

  • Microsoft Publisher 2007

    By Minesota State University
    This handout is simply an outline to be used as a guide in class. Microsoft Publisher offers many ways to accomplish different tasks. The steps below identify at least one way to accomplish a task in Microsoft Publisher. We will explore as much of this program as time allows.

  • Microsoft Official Academic Course MICROSOFT WORD 2016

    Welcome to the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) program for Microsoft Office 2016. MOAC represents the collaboration between Microsoft Learning and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. publishing company. Microsoft and Wiley teamed up to produce a series of textbooks that deliver compelling and innovative teaching solutions to instructors and superior learning experiences for students. Infused and informed by in-depth knowledge from the creators of Microsoft Office and Windows, and crafted by a publisher known worldwide for the pedagogical quality of its products, these textbooks maximize skills transfer in minimum time. Students are challenged to reach their potential by using their new technical skills as highly productive members of the workforce.

  • Step by Step: Microsoft Office Professional 2010

    By Joyce Cox, Joan Lambert and Curtis Frye
    This book provides instructional material for the following programs, which together form the Office Professional 2010 software suite: ● Microsoft Word 2010 A word-processing program with which you can quickly and efficiently author and format documents. ● Microsoft Excel 2010 A spreadsheet program with which you can analyze, communicate, and manage information. ● Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 A program with which you can develop and present dynamic, professional-looking slide presentations. ● Microsoft OneNote 2010 A digital notebook program with which you can collect, organize, and quickly locate many types of electronic information. ● Microsoft Outlook 2010 A personal information management program with which you can manage e-mail, contacts, meetings, tasks, and other communications. ● Microsoft Access 2010 A database program with which you can collect information and output information for reuse in a variety of formats. ● Microsoft Publisher 2010 A desktop publishing program with which you can lay out newsletters, cards, calendars, and other publications.

  • Office 2010 ALL-IN-ONE FOR DUMMIES

    By Peter Weverka
    This book is for users of Office 2010 who want to get to the heart of the program without wasting time. Don’t look in this book to find out how the different programs in the Office suite work. Look in this book to find out how you can get your work done better and faster with these programs. This book is your guide to making the most of the Office programs. It’s jampacked with how-to’s, advice, shortcuts, and tips.

  • Microsoft Access 2013 Step by Step ebook

    By Joyce Cox and Joan Lambert | Microsoft Access 2013 Step by Step and other books in the Step by Step series are designed for beginning-level to intermediate-level computer users. If part of your job involves entering data in or producing reports from a database designed by someone else, this book will help you understand the behind-the-scenes functionality of the database.