Office 2021 for Macs For Dummies

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction 1 About This Book 1 Foolish Assumptions 2 Icons Used in This Book 2 Beyond the Book 3 Where to Go from Here 3 Part 1: Introduction to Microsoft Office for Mac 5 Chapter 1: Overview from 10000 Feet 7 The Many Faces of Office for Mac 7 Installing Office 9 Getting a Microsoft account 9 Downloading and installing Office 9 Keeping Your Apps Up-to-Date 11 Chapter 2: A Sweet Suite: Introducing the Office Apps 13 What's New and Good 15 The suite life 15 Word 18 PowerPoint 18 Excel 19 Outlook 19 What's New but Bad 20 Together They're Better 21 Chapter 3: Common Features in All Office Apps 23 Using Menus in Office Apps 23 Toolbars Ribbons and Panes: Think "Visual" Menus 25 The Quick Access toolbar 26 Reveling in the ribbon 26 Panes are anything but a pain 28 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Ribbon Tabs and Keyboard Shortcuts 29 Customize the Quick Access toolbar 29 Customize ribbon tabs and menus 30 Creating ribbon tabs and tab groups 32 Customizing keyboard shortcuts 32 Creating and Saving Documents 34 Using the gallery to open templates or recent documents 34 Saving a document 36 Saving and Using Documents in the Cloud 39 Saving a file on a OneDrive or SharePoint location 40 Sharing a file you've saved using OneDrive or SharePoint 41 Opening a file you've saved on your OneDrive or SharePoint location 41 Understanding App Preferences 42 App preferences: Why? 42 App preferences: How? 42 Help: It's more than just a Beatles movie 44 Official Microsoft websites 46 Part 2: Mastering Microsoft Word 47 Chapter 4: Getting to Know Microsoft Word 49 Using a Variety of Versatile Views 50 Print layout view 51 Web layout view 51 Outline view 53 Draft view 54 Focus view 54 Full screen view 56 Immersive reader view 57 Zoom, zoom, zoom 58 Getting around in Your Document 59 A scroll new world: Navigating by using the mouse or trackpad 59 Navigating by using keyboard navigation 61 Chapter 5: Creating Documents 65 Adding Text and Graphics to Your Document 65 Entering text in your document 66 Inserting an image in your document 66 Selecting Text for Editing and Formatting 71 Formatting Text Paragraphs and Images 74 Changing the look of the font 74 Changing the look of paragraphs 76 Changing the look of images 79 Copying Words and Images from Other Sources 83 Dragging and dropping 83 Copying and pasting 84 Working with Other Document Elements 85 Adding elements by using the ribbon 86 Modifying elements by using the ribbon 87 Removing elements 87 Chapter 6: Refining and Editing Documents with Word 89 Moving Text and Images in Your Documents 90 Moving items easily within a document 90 Using special Word features that make moving stuff easier 91 Check It Out: Checking Your Spelling Grammar and Hyphenation 93 Double-checking your spelling and grammar 94 Utilizing Word's built-in editor 95 Correcting your errors automatically with AutoCorrect 98 Hypnotic hyphenation 101 Discovering the Reference Tools 102 The thoroughly terrific thesaurus 102 The online reference tools 104 Saving Time with the Find and Replace Feature 108 Finding and replacing text 108 Using Find and Replace to make formatting changes 109 Using advanced search options to do more 110 Chapter 7: Using Templates and Other Design Elements 113 Canned Design: Working with Word Templates 114 Getting started with the Document Gallery 114 Sample project: Starting a custom newsletter from a template 114 Creating a customized version of a Word template 116 Saving your customized template 116 Adding Basic Design Elements to Your Document 118 Imagine that: Adding and resizing an image 119 Moving images around documents 119 Creating headers and footers 121 Adding lines to your header or footer 124 Arranging text with some help from tabs 125 Setting Tabs Margins and Other Types of Indents 126 Setting tabs 126 Making your margins 129 Working with indents 130 Columns and Lists and Text Boxes (Oh My) 132 Column creation 132 Lists made easy (and pretty) 134 Text anywhere with text boxes 135 Working with Tables 136 Creating a table 136 Formatting a table 139 Chapter 8: This and That: Advanced and Collaboration Features 143 Going in Style: Defining Styles for Easy Formatting 144 The easy way: Defining a style by example 144 The harder way: Defining a style by dialog 147 Customizing Interface Elements 147 Customizing ribbon tabs and menus 148 Create ribbon tabs and tab groups 149 Customizing the Quick Access toolbar 150 Customizing keyboard shortcuts 152 Creating a Table of Contents Automatically 154 Using Collaboration Features 157 Turning on the Track Changes feature 158 Accepting or rejecting changes 160 Addressing Envelopes and Creating Labels 162 Creating and printing an envelope 162 Creating labels 164 Creating Web Pages 167 Part 3: Powerful Presentations With Microsoft Powerpoint 169 Chapter 9: Getting to Know Microsoft PowerPoint 171 Viewing Slides with Various Views 172 Normal view 173 Slide sorter view 174 Slide show view 174 Notes page view 176 Presenter view 176 Reading view 177 Planning Your Presentation: A Few Tips for Making Your Slide Shows Better 178 Use the 10/20/30 rule 178 Start with an outline 179 Chapter 10: Creating Slide Shows 181 Getting Started 182 Giving Your Presentation a Visual Theme 182 Using a theme as is 182 Customizing a theme's colors or fonts 184 Using Laborsaving Slide Layouts 186 Mastering slide masters 186 Working with title and text objects 191 Working with PowerPoint Objects 193 Formatting tables 194 Creating a chart 196 Get smart: Use SmartArt 199 More media: Adding images movies or sounds 201 Using Quick Styles and Effects 203 Aligning arranging and distributing objects 206 Chapter 11: Making Your Slide Shows Sing 213 Using Transitions to Create a Polished-Looking Presentation 214 Applying transitions 214 Transition options 216 Using Custom Animation 217 Animating text or graphics 217 Animating a chart or SmartArt graphic 223 Creating Interactivity with Action Buttons 224 Share and Share Alike 226 Printing hard copy 226 Exporting (saving) your presentations as files 229 Chapter 12: Presentation Prowess 237 Working with the Basic PowerPoint Tools 238 Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar customization 238 Proofing and reference tools 241 Commenting on slides 242 Templates and other miscellaneous tools 244 Using Hyperlinks 244 Recording Narration 246 Making the Most of Your PowerPoint Presentation 247 Rehearsing and setting slide timings 247 Using the presenter tools 249 Working with a single display 250 Part 4: Crunching Data with Microsoft's Most Excellent Excel 253 Chapter 13: Getting to Know Microsoft Excel 255 Interfacing with Excel's User Interface 256 Understanding the Concept of Rows Columns and Cells 257 Using the Views 258 Navigating within Your Worksheets 258 Chapter 14: Crunching Numbers (and Data) with Excel 261 Working with Templates 262 Choosing a local template 262 Working with online templates 263 Entering Formatting and Editing Data in Cells 264 Copying and Pasting Data (and Formatting) between Cells 266 AutoFilling Cells 268 Understanding Formulas and Functions 269 Creating a formula 269 Keeping track of Excel formulas with Formula Builder 270 Using the Error Checking Feature 273 Sorting and Filtering Data 275 Sorting data 275 Using filters to narrow your data searches 276 Finding and Replacing Data 277 Chapter 15: Enhancing and Printing Your Excel Spreadsheets 281 Creating and Formatting Charts 282 Including Pictures and Shapes 285 Adding Formatting and Special Effects 288 Creating and Sorting Custom Lists 291 Creating a custom list 292 Sorting a list 292 Adding Headers and Footers 293 Creating a header or footer 293 Editing a header or footer 294 Printing Your Spreadsheets 295 Preparing for printing with Page Setup 296 Ready set print 298 Chapter 16: Advanced Spreadsheeting 299 Customizing Excel 300 Preferences 300 Conditional Formatting 304 Naming a Cell Range 307 Working with Multiple Worksheets 307 Hyperlinking 308 Collaboration and Revision Tracking (aka Change Tracking) 310 Saving a workbook online 310 Tracking your changes 312 Accepting and rejecting your changes 313 Part 5: Microsoft Outlook: Miraculous Manager of Most Things 315 Chapter 17: Getting to Know Outlook 317 Taking a Quick Tour of Outlook 318 The Mail module 318 The Calendar module 319 The People module 320 The Notes and Tasks modules 320 Chapter 18: Emailing with Outlook 323 Setting Up Outlook for Email 323 Setting up your email automatically 324 Setting up your email account manually 327 Sending Receiving and Managing Your Email 330 Creating and sending messages 330 Receiving messages 336 Managing your email 340 Chapter 19: Managing Your Affairs with Outlook 345 Scheduling Events with Calendar 346 Managing Your Crew with the People Module 353 Adding and removing contacts 353 Working with contacts 356 Delving into the Home tab 360 Tracking Progress with the Tasks Module 363 Understanding Notes 365 Chapter 20: Getting Advanced with Outlook 367 Customizing: It's Not Just for Hot Rods Anymore 367 Reducin' the ribbon 368 Concentrating on columns 368 Hiding showing and rearranging interface elements 369 The fast way to start an advanced search 370 What's Your Preference? 371 Your personal preferences 371 Roll over Beethoven and catch the email preferences 373 Everything but the Kitchen Sync 375 "New" Outlook? Yes Please! 376 Part 6: the Part of Tens 379 Chapter 21: Ten Unsung Office Features and Microsoft Apps for Mac 381 The Developer Ribbon Tab 381 A Multitude of Fonts 382 Icons Gallery 383 Import Outlook Archives 384 Microsoft Teams 384 Outlook Profile Manager 386 Microsoft Remote Desktop 386 Microsoft Edge 387 Microsoft To Do 388 Microsoft OneNote 388 Chapter 22: Ten Timesaving Shortcuts and Tips for Enhanced Productivity 389 Memorize Keyboard Shortcuts 389 Get to Know Your Preferences 390 Save a Document as a PDF File 391 Save Time by Using the Share => Email (as Attachment) Menu Item 392 Focus on the Task at Hand 393 Use the Open Recent Feature to Open Items from the Dock 393 Get Help 393 Use Format Painter 394 Speak Your Mind with Dictation 394 Don't Forget Your Free OneDrive 395 Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Customize Office 397 Modify the Quick Access Toolbar 397 Modify Existing Ribbon Tabs and Tab Groups 398 Create a New Ribbon Tab or Tab Group for Frequently Used Commands 399 Focus with Full Screen 400 Deal with Frequently Used Documents 401 Remove Unused Keyboard Shortcuts 401 Change an Existing Keyboard Shortcut 402 Create a New Keyboard Shortcut 402 Create Your Own Templates 403 Experiment with Dark Mode 403 Index 405

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13.06.2022

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John Wiley & Sons

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  • Office 2021 for Macs For Dummies
  • Introduction 1 About This Book 1 Foolish Assumptions 2 Icons Used in This Book 2 Beyond the Book 3 Where to Go from Here 3 Part 1: Introduction to Microsoft Office for Mac 5 Chapter 1: Overview from 10000 Feet 7 The Many Faces of Office for Mac 7 Installing Office 9 Getting a Microsoft account 9 Downloading and installing Office 9 Keeping Your Apps Up-to-Date 11 Chapter 2: A Sweet Suite: Introducing the Office Apps 13 What's New and Good 15 The suite life 15 Word 18 PowerPoint 18 Excel 19 Outlook 19 What's New but Bad 20 Together They're Better 21 Chapter 3: Common Features in All Office Apps 23 Using Menus in Office Apps 23 Toolbars Ribbons and Panes: Think "Visual" Menus 25 The Quick Access toolbar 26 Reveling in the ribbon 26 Panes are anything but a pain 28 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar Ribbon Tabs and Keyboard Shortcuts 29 Customize the Quick Access toolbar 29 Customize ribbon tabs and menus 30 Creating ribbon tabs and tab groups 32 Customizing keyboard shortcuts 32 Creating and Saving Documents 34 Using the gallery to open templates or recent documents 34 Saving a document 36 Saving and Using Documents in the Cloud 39 Saving a file on a OneDrive or SharePoint location 40 Sharing a file you've saved using OneDrive or SharePoint 41 Opening a file you've saved on your OneDrive or SharePoint location 41 Understanding App Preferences 42 App preferences: Why? 42 App preferences: How? 42 Help: It's more than just a Beatles movie 44 Official Microsoft websites 46 Part 2: Mastering Microsoft Word 47 Chapter 4: Getting to Know Microsoft Word 49 Using a Variety of Versatile Views 50 Print layout view 51 Web layout view 51 Outline view 53 Draft view 54 Focus view 54 Full screen view 56 Immersive reader view 57 Zoom, zoom, zoom 58 Getting around in Your Document 59 A scroll new world: Navigating by using the mouse or trackpad 59 Navigating by using keyboard navigation 61 Chapter 5: Creating Documents 65 Adding Text and Graphics to Your Document 65 Entering text in your document 66 Inserting an image in your document 66 Selecting Text for Editing and Formatting 71 Formatting Text Paragraphs and Images 74 Changing the look of the font 74 Changing the look of paragraphs 76 Changing the look of images 79 Copying Words and Images from Other Sources 83 Dragging and dropping 83 Copying and pasting 84 Working with Other Document Elements 85 Adding elements by using the ribbon 86 Modifying elements by using the ribbon 87 Removing elements 87 Chapter 6: Refining and Editing Documents with Word 89 Moving Text and Images in Your Documents 90 Moving items easily within a document 90 Using special Word features that make moving stuff easier 91 Check It Out: Checking Your Spelling Grammar and Hyphenation 93 Double-checking your spelling and grammar 94 Utilizing Word's built-in editor 95 Correcting your errors automatically with AutoCorrect 98 Hypnotic hyphenation 101 Discovering the Reference Tools 102 The thoroughly terrific thesaurus 102 The online reference tools 104 Saving Time with the Find and Replace Feature 108 Finding and replacing text 108 Using Find and Replace to make formatting changes 109 Using advanced search options to do more 110 Chapter 7: Using Templates and Other Design Elements 113 Canned Design: Working with Word Templates 114 Getting started with the Document Gallery 114 Sample project: Starting a custom newsletter from a template 114 Creating a customized version of a Word template 116 Saving your customized template 116 Adding Basic Design Elements to Your Document 118 Imagine that: Adding and resizing an image 119 Moving images around documents 119 Creating headers and footers 121 Adding lines to your header or footer 124 Arranging text with some help from tabs 125 Setting Tabs Margins and Other Types of Indents 126 Setting tabs 126 Making your margins 129 Working with indents 130 Columns and Lists and Text Boxes (Oh My) 132 Column creation 132 Lists made easy (and pretty) 134 Text anywhere with text boxes 135 Working with Tables 136 Creating a table 136 Formatting a table 139 Chapter 8: This and That: Advanced and Collaboration Features 143 Going in Style: Defining Styles for Easy Formatting 144 The easy way: Defining a style by example 144 The harder way: Defining a style by dialog 147 Customizing Interface Elements 147 Customizing ribbon tabs and menus 148 Create ribbon tabs and tab groups 149 Customizing the Quick Access toolbar 150 Customizing keyboard shortcuts 152 Creating a Table of Contents Automatically 154 Using Collaboration Features 157 Turning on the Track Changes feature 158 Accepting or rejecting changes 160 Addressing Envelopes and Creating Labels 162 Creating and printing an envelope 162 Creating labels 164 Creating Web Pages 167 Part 3: Powerful Presentations With Microsoft Powerpoint 169 Chapter 9: Getting to Know Microsoft PowerPoint 171 Viewing Slides with Various Views 172 Normal view 173 Slide sorter view 174 Slide show view 174 Notes page view 176 Presenter view 176 Reading view 177 Planning Your Presentation: A Few Tips for Making Your Slide Shows Better 178 Use the 10/20/30 rule 178 Start with an outline 179 Chapter 10: Creating Slide Shows 181 Getting Started 182 Giving Your Presentation a Visual Theme 182 Using a theme as is 182 Customizing a theme's colors or fonts 184 Using Laborsaving Slide Layouts 186 Mastering slide masters 186 Working with title and text objects 191 Working with PowerPoint Objects 193 Formatting tables 194 Creating a chart 196 Get smart: Use SmartArt 199 More media: Adding images movies or sounds 201 Using Quick Styles and Effects 203 Aligning arranging and distributing objects 206 Chapter 11: Making Your Slide Shows Sing 213 Using Transitions to Create a Polished-Looking Presentation 214 Applying transitions 214 Transition options 216 Using Custom Animation 217 Animating text or graphics 217 Animating a chart or SmartArt graphic 223 Creating Interactivity with Action Buttons 224 Share and Share Alike 226 Printing hard copy 226 Exporting (saving) your presentations as files 229 Chapter 12: Presentation Prowess 237 Working with the Basic PowerPoint Tools 238 Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar customization 238 Proofing and reference tools 241 Commenting on slides 242 Templates and other miscellaneous tools 244 Using Hyperlinks 244 Recording Narration 246 Making the Most of Your PowerPoint Presentation 247 Rehearsing and setting slide timings 247 Using the presenter tools 249 Working with a single display 250 Part 4: Crunching Data with Microsoft's Most Excellent Excel 253 Chapter 13: Getting to Know Microsoft Excel 255 Interfacing with Excel's User Interface 256 Understanding the Concept of Rows Columns and Cells 257 Using the Views 258 Navigating within Your Worksheets 258 Chapter 14: Crunching Numbers (and Data) with Excel 261 Working with Templates 262 Choosing a local template 262 Working with online templates 263 Entering Formatting and Editing Data in Cells 264 Copying and Pasting Data (and Formatting) between Cells 266 AutoFilling Cells 268 Understanding Formulas and Functions 269 Creating a formula 269 Keeping track of Excel formulas with Formula Builder 270 Using the Error Checking Feature 273 Sorting and Filtering Data 275 Sorting data 275 Using filters to narrow your data searches 276 Finding and Replacing Data 277 Chapter 15: Enhancing and Printing Your Excel Spreadsheets 281 Creating and Formatting Charts 282 Including Pictures and Shapes 285 Adding Formatting and Special Effects 288 Creating and Sorting Custom Lists 291 Creating a custom list 292 Sorting a list 292 Adding Headers and Footers 293 Creating a header or footer 293 Editing a header or footer 294 Printing Your Spreadsheets 295 Preparing for printing with Page Setup 296 Ready set print 298 Chapter 16: Advanced Spreadsheeting 299 Customizing Excel 300 Preferences 300 Conditional Formatting 304 Naming a Cell Range 307 Working with Multiple Worksheets 307 Hyperlinking 308 Collaboration and Revision Tracking (aka Change Tracking) 310 Saving a workbook online 310 Tracking your changes 312 Accepting and rejecting your changes 313 Part 5: Microsoft Outlook: Miraculous Manager of Most Things 315 Chapter 17: Getting to Know Outlook 317 Taking a Quick Tour of Outlook 318 The Mail module 318 The Calendar module 319 The People module 320 The Notes and Tasks modules 320 Chapter 18: Emailing with Outlook 323 Setting Up Outlook for Email 323 Setting up your email automatically 324 Setting up your email account manually 327 Sending Receiving and Managing Your Email 330 Creating and sending messages 330 Receiving messages 336 Managing your email 340 Chapter 19: Managing Your Affairs with Outlook 345 Scheduling Events with Calendar 346 Managing Your Crew with the People Module 353 Adding and removing contacts 353 Working with contacts 356 Delving into the Home tab 360 Tracking Progress with the Tasks Module 363 Understanding Notes 365 Chapter 20: Getting Advanced with Outlook 367 Customizing: It's Not Just for Hot Rods Anymore 367 Reducin' the ribbon 368 Concentrating on columns 368 Hiding showing and rearranging interface elements 369 The fast way to start an advanced search 370 What's Your Preference? 371 Your personal preferences 371 Roll over Beethoven and catch the email preferences 373 Everything but the Kitchen Sync 375 "New" Outlook? Yes Please! 376 Part 6: the Part of Tens 379 Chapter 21: Ten Unsung Office Features and Microsoft Apps for Mac 381 The Developer Ribbon Tab 381 A Multitude of Fonts 382 Icons Gallery 383 Import Outlook Archives 384 Microsoft Teams 384 Outlook Profile Manager 386 Microsoft Remote Desktop 386 Microsoft Edge 387 Microsoft To Do 388 Microsoft OneNote 388 Chapter 22: Ten Timesaving Shortcuts and Tips for Enhanced Productivity 389 Memorize Keyboard Shortcuts 389 Get to Know Your Preferences 390 Save a Document as a PDF File 391 Save Time by Using the Share => Email (as Attachment) Menu Item 392 Focus on the Task at Hand 393 Use the Open Recent Feature to Open Items from the Dock 393 Get Help 393 Use Format Painter 394 Speak Your Mind with Dictation 394 Don't Forget Your Free OneDrive 395 Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Customize Office 397 Modify the Quick Access Toolbar 397 Modify Existing Ribbon Tabs and Tab Groups 398 Create a New Ribbon Tab or Tab Group for Frequently Used Commands 399 Focus with Full Screen 400 Deal with Frequently Used Documents 401 Remove Unused Keyboard Shortcuts 401 Change an Existing Keyboard Shortcut 402 Create a New Keyboard Shortcut 402 Create Your Own Templates 403 Experiment with Dark Mode 403 Index 405