• PC Magazine January-December 2008 + PC Magazine Office 2007 Solutions

    Editor(s): Lance Ulanoff/Joli Ballew...
    Date:   January-December 2008
    Pages: .../456 p
    Size:  330 Mb
    Issues: 12 Issues + Extra Issue
    Vol/N: Vol.27, No.1-13




    PC Magazine provides reviews and previews of the latest hardware and software for the information technology professional. Articles are written by leading experts[citation needed] including John C. Dvorak, whose regular column and Inside Track feature are among the magazine's most popular attractions. Other regular departments include columns by long-time editor-in-chief Michael J. Miller (Forward Thinking), Bill Machrone, and Jim Louderback, as well as:
    • First Looks (a collection of reviews of newly released products)
    • Pipeline (a collection of short articles and snippets on computer-industry developments),
    • Solutions (which includes various how-to articles)
    • User-to-User (a section in which the magazine's experts answer user-submitted questions)
    • After Hours (a section about various computer entertainment products; the designation "After Hours" is a legacy of the magazine's traditional orientation towards business computing)
    • Abort, Retry, Fail? (a beginning-of-the-magazine humor page which for a few years was known as Backspace — and was subsequently the last page).
    From PC Magazine, the solutions you need to make the most of Microsoft® Office 2007

    Office 2007 is packed with features that will make you more productive both at work and at home. Who better than PC Magazine to show you all the secrets and solutions? From the safest and easiest way to install Office 2007 to keeping it up to date, using Office to create Web pages, and integrating with Vista, here's what you need on all six applications—from the people you trust to be your own personal tech support team.
    As much or as little as you need to know
    • Install Office 2007, protect against security threats, and be organized from the start
    • Master backups, updating, and recovery
    • Personalize and use the new results-oriented interface
    • Collaborate using Web conferencing, instant messaging, SharePoint®, and OneNote®
    • Perform basic to advanced tasks in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Access, and Publisher
    • Explore how Windows Vista enhances Office and investigate other Office versions
    What's NEW in Office 2007?
    • Uncluttered workspace with Web-like interface
    • Ribbon, a set of commands and tabs that keeps the tools you need right before you
    • Contextual tabs that offer only the editing commands relevant to the type of document you're viewing
    • Galleries and Live Preview, making it easy to create professional-looking documents, presentations, and spreadsheets
    • An extensible interface, and more!

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