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10 BOOKS IN 1 Common Office Tasks Word Excel (R) PowerPoint (R) OneNote (R) Outlook (R) Access (R) Charts and Graphics Advanced Office Office on the Web Get everything you need from Office, the #1 productivity suite Why buy a whole library of books to figure out Microsoft Office 2016 when you can find answers to your Office questions in just one book? Whether you're writing a masterpiece in Word, crunching numbers in Excel, organizing contacts in Outlook, wrangling data in Access, or using any Office application, this All-in-One has you covered! Understand the essentials -- navigate the tools that are common to all Office application All about Word -- use styles, format text and documents, use proofing tools, index documents, and discover shortcuts Crunch your numbers -- navigate Excel worksheets, use formulas and functions, and produce graphics that tell the story Make your point -- create a PowerPoint presentation that captures attention and shares a message A great Outlook -- manage your email, contacts, schedule, and tasks with one application Doing data -- set up Access database tables and store, search, query, and filter your data Charts and graphs -- take advantage of Office tools to display data in dynamic charts and diagrams Work together -- use OneDrive to set up file sharing and collaboration Open the book and find: How to protect a file with a password Ways to design professional-looking documents What you can do with pivot tables How to add video to a slide show The best ways to enter data in a database Steps for creating a chart Tips for customizing Office All about using OneDrive