Will get you up and running quickly with Microsoft Word 2016, whether you’re new to Word or upgrading from a previous version
By: Scott Basham
Publication Date: April 26th, 2016
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Microsoft Word 2016 represents the latest in a series of improvements in functionality during the word processor’s long history. Today, more than ever, people expect to be able to work easily across locations with different people and devices, all without having to worry about the underlying technologies. Word’s new version helps us to quickly access the features we need, work collaboratively with unprecedented ease, and access information from the widest range of sources, and Word 2016 in easy steps covers the new features, including:
• Creating, structuring and adding styles to documents; text editing and formatting
• Adding pictures, graphics, video, hyperlinks and faster shape formatting
• Working with equations, symbols and tables
• Sharing documents and working collaboratively in real time
• Getting help quickly with Tell Me
• Using Smart Lookup to find things on the web
The visual nature of Word means that a clear, concise and colourful visual reference guide is an invaluable tool for both newcomers and those upgrading from older versions. Word 2016 in easy steps meets this challenge head on, using detailed images and easy-to-follow instructions to quickly get you up to speed.
About the author
Scott Basham has worked as an author, training consultant and software developer for over 18 years. His experience of business training spans most of this time, and includes running a training department for a global software publisher. He has written and delivered both standard and customised courses for many clients including IBM, Sony, Compaq, Hewlett Packard and Deutsche Bank. Many of these are run on-site: mostly in the U.S. but also in Europe, Africa and the Far East. His time as a College and University lecturer has given him experience with a variety of training levels and requirements, as well as different styles and approaches to training. Scott is the author of the successful earlier editions of Word in easy steps.