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What is a Quick Guide? A Quick Guide is an easy to use, electronic reference or learning guide packed with useful tips and tricks on a specific Microsoft Office topic. Rather than wasting hours of time with Google searches and confusing instructions, quickly find the answers you need.

Microsoft Excel 2010:
Smart & Easy Tips to Make the Move from Excel 2003

Discover the timesaving steps to quickly transition from Microsoft Excel 2003 to Excel 2010 in an easy to use Quick Guide format.

Microsoft Excel 2010 is a useful and powerful program! It can, however, be very time-consuming and frustrating to try to take advantage of all of the new and improved features because Excel 2010 is so different from Excel 2003. In this learning quick guide, find out everything you need to know to easily make the move to Microsoft Excel 2010.
Only $5 as a digital download--start getting the answers you need in minutes!
 

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Microsoft Excel 2010:
Smart & Easy Tips to Make the Move from Excel 2003


Quick Guide format with step-by-step tips, tricks, and techniques to help you easily switch from Microsoft Excel 2003 to Excel 2010.

In this Microsoft Excel Quick Guide (part of the Smart & Easy Tips Quick Guide Series):

  • Explore the new Excel 2010 interface
  • Look at the top new features in Excel 2010
  • Discover the best ways to work with new file formats and compatibility
  • Pick up new tips, tricks, and shortcuts
  • Find out how to use new features to format data, create formulas, analyze information, and present important Excel data.

e-Book (full-color, digital download-PDF format): $5

Microsoft Access 2010:
Smart & Easy Tips to Make the Move from Access 2003

Discover the timesaving steps to quickly transition from Microsoft Access 2003 to Access 2010 in an easy to use Quick Guide format.

Microsoft Access 2010 is a useful and powerful program! It can, however, be very time-consuming and frustrating to try to take advantage of all of the new and improved features because Access 2010 is so different from Access 2003. In this learning quick guide, find out everything you need to know to easily make the move to Microsoft Access 2010.
Only $5 as a digital download--start getting the answers you need in minutes!
 

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Microsoft Access 2010:
Smart & Easy Tips to Make the Move from Access 2003


Quick Guide format with step-by-step tips, tricks, and techniques to help you easily switch from Microsoft Access 2003 to Access 2010.

In this Microsoft Access Quick Guide (part of the Smart & Easy Tips Quick Guide Series):

  • Explore the new Access 2010 interface
  • Look at the top new features in Access 2010
  • Discover the best ways to work with new file formats and compatibility
  • Pick up new tips, tricks, and shortcuts
  • Find out how to use new features to create tables and queries, create Access forms, and present important Access data.

e-Book (full-color, digital download-PDF format): $5

Microsoft Word:
Smart & Easy Tips to Create a Table of Contents

Discover the timesaving steps to easily add a table of contents to your lengthy Microsoft Word 2007 and Word 2010 documents.

A table of contents is an important part of many multiple page Microsoft Word documents like proposals, reports, or even books. The steps to build a table of contents, however, are not intuitive, and so, most people spend way too much time trying to build one from scratch. A typical, although not correct, table of contents is just a list of text entries followed by a bunch of periods with a manually typed page number. Sometimes the numbers don't line up, the periods are messed up, and the table of contents doesn't automatically update. Find out what you need to know to easily create and edit a professional table of contents in Microsoft Word.
 

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Microsoft Word: Smart & Easy Tips to Create a Table of Contents

Quick Guide format with step-by-step tips, tricks, and techniques to easily create a table of contents in Microsoft Word 2010 and Word 2007.

In this Microsoft Word Quick Guide (part of the Smart & Easy Tips Quick Guide Series):

  • Explore your 5 choices for creating a table of contents
  • Tricks for building a table of contents manually
  • How to create a table of contents automatically
  • Build a table of contents from heading styles or custom styles
  • How to mark table of contents entries manually
  • BONUS: Find out how to format your Microsoft Word documents with styles; apply Quick Styles, Document Themes, create and modify document styles

e-Book (full-color, digital download-PDF format): $5

 

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Press the F9 function key to update fields and table of contents within selected text in a Word 2010 or Word 2007 document
 
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You have 5 different ways to create a table of contents in Word 2010 and Word 2007. Which are the best ways to create a table of contents? Find out in the Microsoft Word Table of Contents Quick Guide.

 
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