Fundamentals of Office 2016

Fundamentals of Office 2016

Kevin Wilson

Language: English

Pages: 59


Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Learn how to use and navigate Office 2016, the latest edition of Microsoft's productivity suite.

In this guide you'll explore...

Upgrading to Office 2016
New features of Office 2016
Using Office Mobile on tablets and phones
Constructing professional looking documents with Word 2016
Adding and using graphics, photographs and clipart
Changing fonts, creating tables, graphs and formatting text
Creating presentations for your lessons, lectures, speeches or business presentations using PowerPoint 2016
Adding animations and effects to PowerPoint slides
Using Excel 2016 to create spreadsheets that analyse, present and manipulate data.
Working with functions and formulas
Creating Excel charts and graphs
The basics of Microsoft Access databases
Keeping in touch with friends, family and colleagues using Microsoft Outlook 2016
Maintaining calendars and keeping appointments with Outlook.
and more...

Clear instruction, and easy-to-follow tutorials with illustrated photographs, graphics and screen prints, guide you through the procedures every step of the way.

If you want to get up and running quickly and easily with the new Office 2016 suite, this is the guide you need.

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transitions. Tap on a transition. In this example I’m going to choose a fade effect. To apply the transition to the whole presentation tap ‘apply to all’ once you have selected your transition. Insert a Table We are going to add a table to a new slide. In this example I have added a new slide with ‘title and content’ To add a table to this slide tap the table icon from the ‘insert ribbon’. This will automatically insert a 3x3 table (3 rows and 3 columns). For the

page. You can do this by selecting the cells you want to change the orientation. Then right click your mouse on the selection. From the menu that appears, select ‘format cells’. In the dialog box, click the alignment tab. From there go to the orientation section on the right of the dialog box. Click the horizontal point and drag it up to the top (the vertical point). Or you can enter 90 in the degrees box below. You will see the headings are now oriented vertically.

shown above and click the bold icon. Resizing Rows and Columns You can resize a column or row by tapping and dragging the column or row divider lines as circled below You can also double tap on these lines to automatically size the row or column to the data that is in the cell. Inserting Rows & Columns To insert a row between Flo and Rose, tap on the row Rose is in. In this case row 5. From the home ribbon tap the cells icon. This will insert a blank row above

select more than one file by holding down the control (ctrl) key on your keyboard. Click insert. Once you are happy with your message, click Send. Improvements include: the ability to attach most recent files intuitively, improved cloud attachment features, ability to change file permissions within the email attachment. Calendar To start your Calendar, click the calendar icon located at the bottom left of your screen. Once you are in your calendar you can see the

the row, pressing tab will insert a new row. When working with tables, two new ribbons appear, design and layout. The design tab allows you to select pre-set designs for your table such as column and row shading, borders etc. For this table I am going to choose one with blue headings and shaded rows. Click any cell in the table and click the design ribbon. From the designs select one you like. Inserting Rows & Columns To add a row, right click on the row where you

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