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Microsoft® Word 2010 Step by Step [Versión Kindle]

Joyce Cox , Joan Lambert

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Experience learning made easy-and quickly teach yourself how to create impressive documents with Word 2010. With STEP BY STEP, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Topics include using styles and themes; sharing, printing, and publishing documents; editing images from within Word; using SmartArt® diagrams and charts; creating references, footnotes, indexes, and tables of contents; collaborating with multiple people at the same time on the same document; and turning your ideas into blogs, Web pages, and more.

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 11750 KB
  • Longitud de impresión: 528
  • Uso simultáneo de dispositivos: Sin límite
  • Editor: Microsoft Press; Edición: 1 (10 de junio de 2010)
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ASIN: B0043EWUU2
  • Texto a voz: Activado
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  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: n°181.369 Pagados en Tienda Kindle (Ver el Top 100 de pago en Tienda Kindle)

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A book not far enough . . . . 21 de noviembre de 2010
Por David J. Oconnell - Publicado en
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I write this in Word 2010, and I am thankful for most of the "step-by-step" practice that Ms. Cox and Ms. Lambert have assembled in this book. I am also grateful for the sometimes cookbook style of presentation, with, first click this, then click that approach to taking one through the book's lessons. It is obvious that the authors have seen the bloated tech-writer speak of most software how-to manuals and found them wanting; and, they have written a book to teach, not as a reference. That is a refreshing change.

With that said, I have some cavils. First, I am an experienced user of Word, having made a tough transition from Word Perfect 15 or so years ago, abandoning the still prevalent use of that program in the legal industry in favor of integration with other Office programs promised "convergence" often touted then as the future of technology. Convergence has yet to occur, and the integration of the Microsoft Office suite is still a disappointment. Each program has its positives and negatives, found usually by trial and error. But that is not to say that I am a word processor by trade. It is a program I use daily, and I was transitioning from Word 2003, with which I was happy, to the strange world of ribbons, backgrounds, and hopefully easier utility.
"Step by Step" satisfied most of my goals.

I wanted to abandon trial and error and learn the program thoroughly. Over a month, each morning before I went to my office, I used it as a lesson plan to decrypt the new and unknown 2010 in terms of what I knew from 2003. I believe to make the transition from earlier programs, this kind of lesson plan approach, with planned and diligent study is necessary. The early chapters emphasize basics, and keyboard shortcuts, and only press the outside of the envelope gently for an experienced user. Frankly, I was surprised how much I already knew, for I found, like many other programs, Word 2010 is an improvement in the sense that it is cosmetically prettier, but the guts of the program are the same as 2003. The "Ribbon," which seems to morph before the eyes, making things like inserting dates from an expected place a task forcing a time consuming hunting expedition, not entirely explained by the authors, is a frustrating thing. The authors try to illuminate that peculiarity, but they cannot tell you everything, and you will find yourself screwing things up regularly. One way this might be overcome is to anticipate that a practiced user of earlier versions will make predictable mistakes, as I did with creating new outline style, repeatedly making the same mistakes of not associating the correct heading style or not inserting what will follow an outlined paragraph if you hit "enter." Lots of little things like that plagued me during my month.

I leave my most grievous complaint for last. Every resource on every version of Word emphasizes that the best and most efficient way to use the program is by becoming a master of styles and templates. Anyone who has dabbled in this area, looking to move beyond on the fly formatting, for example, preparing pleadings, or long documents such as contracts or trusts, knows that Word has a mind of its own. Some of that was cleared up for me, proving that user error is indeed the cause of most evil, when I went through the torture of relearning indexes, mail merge, and styles, but a lot was not. While the book showed how to create styles, and to employ them, the very brief last chapter 16, was scant and apparently an afterthought. My holy grail for use of Word is to be able to format text, paragraphs, and not have to go back and manhandle the document to correct a lot of junk that appears for no good reason.

Maybe the authors have another book in them that will trespass this tender topic.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Missing Practice Files 2 de agosto de 2010
Por Richard Brudzynski - Publicado en
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For more than a decade, the Microsoft's Step-by-Step series has been the gold standard for novices seeking to learn how to effectively utilize Word's many features. Unfortunately, Microsoft Word 2010: Step-by Step will disappoint the new user.

Previous editions of the book had included a CD with the necessary practice files that make the book's text meaningful to the user. The 2010 edition eliminates the CD in favor of "downloadable" practice files. Unfortunately, the link given for the practice files is useless!

The instructions for downloading the practice files are found on page xxi of Word 2010: "Before you can complete the exercises in this book, you need to copy the book's practice files to your computer. These practice files, and other information, can be downloaded from the book's detail page, located at [...]

As of this writing (8/2/2010), typing in the above link takes your browser to a copy of page xxi which advises you to, once again, enter the link [...]. Of course, you've already typed in that link. Microsoft sends novice users on a frustrating chase round-and-round in endless circles!

Without the practice files, this $30.00 book is virtually useless.

Persons desiring to learn Word wold be well advised to use Word 2007: Step-by-Step which comes with a CD and the practice files. The 2007 edition of the book will provide an adequate introduction to many of the features of Word 2010. Once one becomes familiar with Word 2007, the remaining new features of Word 2010 can be acquired from some other text.

Hopefully, Microsoft will fix the bogus link so that readers can dwonload the practice files. Before considering the purchase of this book, try the link yourself to see if this frustrating problem has been corrected!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Microsoft Word Resource 27 de agosto de 2010
Por Dan McKinnon - Publicado en
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Thumbs down to the haters who are mad that there was an issue with the practice files for this book, as the content even without the practice files (note the correct link has been posted here) is worth the $$$ itself. The Step by Step line is one of the best on the market today, due to great writing, nice layout, and a pleasant experience through and through.

Let's take a quick look at the Overview:

1. Word 2010 Basics
2. Editing Text
3. Changing Text
4. Columns & Tables
5. Graphics
6. Preview, Print, Distribute
7. Diagrams Fun
8. Charts
9. Other Visual Elements
10. Organizing Content
11. Creating Other Documents
12. More Techniques
13. Reference Tools
14. Mail Merge
15. Collaboration Time
16. Work More Efficiently

Word might seem like a basic program that isn't much to offer past the basics, but you owe it to yourself to learn about all the goodness that this old-time app has to offer. This book will lead you the way, and no doubt with this by your side, it will be a yellow brick road that awaits!!

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great! 13 de mayo de 2011
Por Lizzie A - Publicado en
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The book is very helpful. It gives step by step instructions that are easy to follow. One of the best investments I have made.
8 de 10 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great book but bad link for Practice Files 12 de enero de 2011
Por Adolf Von Wurttemberg - Publicado en
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I am a 'veteran student' of this series of Word tutorials beginning with Word 97. I gave this book only a four-star rating because of the great aggravation of a bad link to the Practice Files. Redmond Guys, get this right next time, please! Thanks to another Amazon reviewer I found the correct website. Thanks!
Now, for the positive: there are far too many improvements for me to even begin a litany of praise for this application. As a foreign language translator who works with non-Latin alphabets in languages such as Sanskrit, Hindi and Classical Greek, I think that this is the best application ever for my daily work. I am running 64-bit Word on a home-built 64-bit computer with 6GB of RAM. Even for some of my large literature files the speed is almost instantaneous. This is a big improvement over 32-bit Word 2007 on my older 32-bit computer.
To sum up: I recommend highly this book for users who wish to learn the many new features of Word 2010. Happy computing!
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