Microsoft Office 2010 is a really big set of tools. Even if you’re intimately familiar with just one, two, or even three of its iconic programs, you can be forgiven for not remembering every nuance of the suite.
Microsoft Office 2010 On Demand, by Steve Johnson, can prod your memory for those simple — but infrequently used — Office tasks. But it also has the depth to help prepare you to become a Microsoft Certified Applications Specialist (for which you must pass an exam).
This month, all Windows Secrets subscribers can download two excerpts. Chapter 5, “Formatting Office Documents,” explains the sophisticated formatting tools with which you can create a consistent look for all your business documents. Chapter 24, “Expanding Office Functionality,” instructs you in add-ins, macros, and how to work with Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications. It can move you from simply using Office programs to customizing them.
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A deep and wide reference to Office work
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