Introduction. PART I: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 97. Chapter 1: Getting Help from Microsoft Office 97 and the Office Assistant. Chapter 2: Starting Microsoft Office 97. Chapter 3: Binding Your Information Together. PART II: Working with Word 97. Chapter 4: Working with Word 97 Documents. Chapter 5: Manipulating Your Words. Chapter 6: Making Your Words Look Pretty. Chapter 7: Creating Newsletters and Web Pages. PART III: Playing the Numbers Game with Excel 97. Chapter 8: The Basics of Spreadsheets: Numbers, Labels, and Formatting. Chapter 9: Having Fun with Formulas and Functions. Chapter 10: Charting Your Numbers. Chapter 11: Working with Worksheets and Workbooks. PART IV: Making Presentations with PowerPoint 97. Chapter 12: Creating Slide Show Presentations. Chapter 13: Adding Pictures and Colors to a Slide. Chapter 14: Showing Off Your PowerPoint 97 Presentations. PART V: Getting Organized with Outlook. Chapter 15: Scheduling Your Time. Chapter 16: Setting Tasks and Making Contacts. Chapter 17: Organizing Your E-Mail. PART VI: Using Access 97. Chapter 18: Stuffing Information into a Database. Chapter 19: Searching, Sorting, and Making Queries. Chapter 20: Reporting Your Access 97 Data. Chapter 21: Getting Paperwork Done with Access 97. PART VII: Sharing Your Work. Chapter 22: Sharing Information within Microsoft Office 97. Chapter 23: Working with the World Wide Web. PART VIII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 24: Ten Common Microsoft Office 97 Keystrokes. Chapter 25: Ten Tips for Using Microsoft Office 97. Index. Book Registration Information.
Wallace Wang is a Boardwatch magazine columnist and the author of many bestselling For Dummies(R) guides. Roger C. Parker has written numerous books on desktop publishing and design.