Create highly effective documents with MS Office


Office presentations If most businesses had to pick their most essential business application, it would likely be Microsoft Office. But getting the most out of Office’s many tools and capabilities is a daunting task.

Documents, Presentations, and Workbooks: Using Microsoft Office to create content that gets noticed by Stephanie Krieger is a comprehensive look at the best techniques and practices for creating powerful business documents within Office. This easy-to-read guide includes detailed tips on working with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. It also covers advanced topics such as templates, VBA basics, and dynamic content.

This month, all Windows Secrets subscribers can download an excerpt: Chapter 2, Collaborating and Sharing When and Where You Choose. You’ll learn about sharing documents online, Office Web Apps, cross-platform document editing, and Office Mobile applications.

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