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Microsoft® Word 2010 Inside Out

Book Description

You're beyond the basics with Word, so dive right in and really put your documents to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds. It's all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts tackle Word 2010 -- and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery.

  • Master the tools to expertly organize, edit, and present your content

  • Craft professional-looking documents with Themes, Quick Style Sets, and Building Blocks

  • Add visual impact with SmartArt diagrams, charts, pictures, and drawings

  • Organize and clarify content with effective tables and charts

  • Use cross-references, tables of contents, and indexes in your complex documents

  • Produce Web sites and publish blogs directly from Word

  • Coauthor and collaborate on documents in real time -- and help keep them secure

  • Customize documents with macros, content controls, and other automation features

  • Your book -- online!

  • Get your fully searchable online edition -- with unlimited access on the Web.

  • Table of Contents

    1. Microsoft® Word 2010 Inside Out
    2. Acknowledgments
    3. Conventions and Features Used in This Book
      1. Text Conventions
      2. Design Conventions
    4. Introduction
      1. Get Busy with Word 2010
      2. Some Assumptions About You
      3. About This Book
      4. How This Book Is Organized
      5. Getting Started
    5. I. Word 2010: Make an Immediate Impact
      1. 1. Spotlight on Microsoft Word 2010
        1. Imagining Word 2010
        2. What’s New in Word 2010?
          1. Enhancing Your User Experience
          2. Better Authoring Features
          3. Use Word 2010 Anywhere
        3. Finding Your Way Around the Word 2010 Window
          1. Get What You Need, Intuitively
          2. Exploring the Ribbon
          3. Keep Your Favorite Tools in Reach with the Quick Access Toolbar
          4. Using Dialog Launchers
          5. Working with Galleries
          6. Making Quick Formatting Changes with the Mini Toolbar
          7. Getting a New View of Your Document
          8. Finding What You Need Quickly with the Navigation Pane
          9. Displaying Rulers and Gridlines
          10. Viewing More Than One Page at a Time
          11. Working with Multiple Documents
        4. Understanding and Tailoring the Status Bar
        5. What’s Next?
      2. 2. Managing Your Documents with Backstage View
        1. Introducing Backstage View
          1. The Tabs Area
          2. The Groups Area
          3. The Preview and Properties Area
        2. Working with Document Properties in the Info Tab
          1. Adding and Using Document Tags and Comments
          2. Adding and Contacting Co-Authors
          3. Finding and Linking to Additional Files
          4. Customizing Document Properties Display
          5. Converting Documents from Earlier Versions of Word
          6. Protecting the Document
          7. Checking Document Compatibility
          8. Recovering Draft Versions of Your Files
          9. Recovering Unsaved Files
        3. Accessing Recent Files
        4. Starting a New File
        5. Previewing and Printing Documents
        6. Saving and Sending Your Documents
        7. Getting Help in Word 2010
        8. Setting Word Options
          1. Choosing General Program Preferences
          2. Customizing the Word 2010 Ribbon
          3. Setting Up the Microsoft Word Trust Center
        9. What’s Next?
      3. 3. Right Now Document Design with Word 2010
        1. Starting Out with Word 2010 Designs
          1. Beginning with a Template
          2. Coordinating Your Document Design
          3. Saving Your Favorite Templates
          4. Opening Recent Documents
          5. Inputting Data
        2. Performing Basic Editing Tasks
          1. Selecting Text
          2. Copying, Cutting, and Pasting
            1. Paste Options Buttons
          3. Using the Office Clipboard
          4. Undoing, Redoing, and Repeating
            1. Using Undo
            2. Using Redo or Repeat
        3. Creating Theme-Enabled Documents
          1. Experimenting with Themes
            1. Themes and Colors
            2. Themes and Fonts
            3. Themes and Effects
        4. Saving Documents
          1. Performing Simple Saves
          2. Saving Files with the Save As Dialog Box
            1. Saving to a SharePoint Site
        5. Designing Instant Documents
          1. An Annual Report
          2. Business Letterhead
          3. A Newsletter
        6. What’s Next?
      4. 4. Templates and Themes for a Professional Look
        1. Where Does Your Document Get Its Design?
        2. Templates 101: Behind the Scenes
          1. Understanding How Templates Work
          2. Getting the Scoop on the Normal Template
            1. What’s in Normal.dotx?
              1. Replacing a Damaged Normal.dotx
              2. Renaming Normal.dotx
          3. Using Templates from the New Documents Dialog Box
        3. Creating Custom Templates
          1. Thinking Through Your Template Design
            1. Creating a Template Based on an Existing Document
            2. Creating a Template Based on an Existing Template
            3. Creating a Template Based on a New, Blank Template
            4. Saving Your Template
          2. Attaching Templates to Documents
          3. Working with Global Templates
            1. Manually Loading Global Templates
            2. Unloading Global Templates
        4. Modifying Existing Templates
          1. Changing the Template File
          2. Changing a Template While Working in a Document
        5. Using the Organizer to Rename, Delete, and Copy Styles
          1. Protecting Templates
        6. Applying Themes in Word 2010
          1. What’s in a Theme?
          2. Themes, Quick Styles, and Galleries
        7. Changing a Theme
          1. Changing Theme Colors
          2. Choosing a New Font Selection
          3. Selecting Theme Effects
        8. Creating a Custom Theme
          1. Creating Your Own Color Scheme
          2. Customizing Theme Font Sets
          3. Saving Your Custom Theme
        9. What’s Next?
      5. 5. Customizing Page Setup and Controlling Pagination
        1. Basic Page Setup Options
        2. Planning Your Document
        3. Simple Margins and Orientations
          1. Changing Margin Settings
          2. Choosing Orientation
        4. Selecting Paper Size and Source
          1. Choosing a Paper Size
          2. Selecting the Paper Source
          3. Multiple Page Settings
        5. Working in Sections
          1. Creating a Section
          2. Inserting Text Wrapping Breaks
          3. Controlling Page Breaks
          4. Creating a Page or Section Border
          5. Removing Page and Section Breaks
        6. Adding Page Numbers
        7. Adding Headers and Footers
          1. Creating Headers and Footers
          2. Editing Headers and Footers
          3. Deleting Headers and Footers
        8. Saving Page Setup Defaults to the Current Template
        9. Adding and Controlling Line Numbers
          1. Deleting Line Numbers
        10. What’s Next?
      6. 6. Setting Up Your Layout with Page Backgrounds and Columns
        1. The Nature of Complex Documents
        2. Layout and Design Fundamentals
          1. Considering Content Delivery
        3. Designing Backgrounds and Watermarks
          1. Adding and Customizing a Page Background
            1. Applying Colors and Gradients
            2. Using Fill Effects and Custom Backgrounds
          2. Adding Watermarks to Printed Documents
          3. Editing a Watermark
        4. Adding Columns
          1. Planning Your Columns
          2. Creating a Multicolumn Document
            1. Using the Columns Tool
            2. Choosing Column Specs in the Columns Dialog Box
          3. Creating Columns for Part of a Document
          4. Creating Unequal Column Widths
          5. Changing Column Width on the Ruler
          6. Flowing Text into a Column Layout
          7. Beginning a New Column Layout
          8. Inserting Column Breaks
          9. Removing Column Breaks
        5. What’s Next?
    6. II. Creating Global Content: From Research to Review
      1. 7. Creating and Reusing Content
        1. Creating Content Today
          1. What Does It Mean to Reuse Content?
          2. Ways You Can Reuse Content in Word 2010
        2. Entering Text
          1. Ink for Everyone
          2. Importing Documents
          3. Placing Objects
          4. Inserting Building Blocks
        3. Creating a Cover Page
        4. Formatting Text As You Go
          1. Specifying Fonts and Sizes
          2. Applying Text Attributes
          3. High-End Typography in Word 2010
          4. Text Effects to Really Wow ‘Em
          5. Additional Text Formats
          6. Changing Case
          7. Using the Highlight Tool
          8. Changing Text Color
          9. Clearing Formatting Attributes
        5. Positioning Your Text
        6. Inserting Symbols and Special Characters
          1. Inserting Symbols
            1. Inserting Symbols Automatically
          2. Inserting Special Characters
        7. Inserting Date and Time Elements
        8. Creating and Using Building Blocks
          1. Inserting Existing Building Blocks
          2. Creating Building Blocks
          3. Modifying Building Block Properties
          4. Deleting Building Blocks
        9. Creating Catalogs of Content
        10. What’s Next?
      2. 8. Navigating Your Document
        1. A Quick Look at Navigation in Word 2010
        2. Finding Content with the Navigation Pane
          1. Browsing by Headings
          2. Browse by Page
          3. Browse by Search Results
        3. Navigating with Browse Object
        4. Finding Text and Elements Within the Current Document
          1. Finding Instances of Formatting
          2. Finding Special Characters Using Codes
        5. Moving Through the Document with Go To
        6. Creating Bookmarks for Document Navigation
        7. Changing the View
          1. Displaying and Arranging Windows
          2. Splitting the Document Window
          3. Viewing Pages Side by Side
          4. Switching Among Multiple Windows
        8. Navigating Using Shortcut and Function Keys
        9. What’s Next?
      3. 9. Translating Text and Working with Languages
        1. Translating Content in Word 2010
        2. Setting Up Languages
          1. Adding a Language
          2. Setting a Proofing Language
          3. Adding Keyboards for Languages
          4. Changing Languages As You Type
        3. Using the Mini Translator
        4. Translating Selected Text
        5. Translating Entire Documents
        6. Changing and Adding Translation Services
          1. Choosing a Different Service
          2. Adding a New Translation Service
        7. Using Bidirectional Text
        8. Working with the Document Grid
          1. Specifying Document Grid Settings
          2. Displaying the Drawing Grid
        9. Working with Other Translation Tools
        10. What’s Next?
      4. 10. Editing, Proofing, and Using Reference Tools
        1. Editing Tools in Word 2010
        2. Spell It Right!
          1. Looking at Error Notifications
            1. Fixing Flagged Errors Quickly, Case by Case
        3. Proofing Your Document
          1. Controlling Proofing Display and Exceptions
          2. Configuring Spelling and Grammar Options
            1. Setting Grammar Rules
          3. Managing Custom Dictionaries
            1. Modifying Custom Dictionaries
            2. Creating New Custom Dictionaries
            3. Adding Custom Dictionaries
            4. Choosing a Default Dictionary
        4. Judging Your Document’s Readability Level
        5. AutoCorrecting Your Document
          1. Controlling AutoCorrect Changes
            1. Adding AutoCorrect Entries
            2. Replacing and Deleting AutoCorrect Entries
            3. Entering Exceptions
        6. Adding References in Word 2010
          1. Referencing in Style
        7. Adding and Managing Sources
          1. Incorporating Other Source Lists
        8. Inserting a Citation
          1. Editing Citation and Sources
        9. Generating a Bibliography
        10. Adding Footnotes and Endnotes
          1. Inserting Footnotes and Endnotes
          2. Customizing Footnotes and Endnotes
          3. Moving and Copying Footnotes and Endnotes
          4. Deleting Footnotes and Endnotes
        11. Inserting Cross-References
          1. Adding a Cross-Reference
          2. Modifying, Moving, and Updating Cross-References
        12. What’s Next?
      5. 11. Formatting Your Document
        1. Paragraph Basics in Word 2010
        2. Managing AutoFormat Effectively
          1. Adjusting AutoFormat Choices
          2. Changing Options for AutoFormat As You Type
        3. Formatting Paragraphs by Aligning and Indenting Text
          1. Using the Ruler to Align Paragraphs
            1. Adjusting Left and Right Indents
            2. Creating First Line and Hanging Indents
          2. Aligning Paragraphs by Using the Paragraph Dialog Box
        4. Addressing Spacing Issues
          1. Specifying Line Spacing
          2. Adjusting Spacing Above and Below Paragraphs
        5. Controlling Alignment by Using Tabs
          1. Using the Ruler to Set Tabs
          2. Creating Tabs by Using the Tabs Dialog Box
          3. Clearing Manual Tabs
        6. Controlling Line and Page Breaks
        7. Taking Control of Hyphenation
          1. Hyphenate an Entire Document Automatically
          2. Hyphenating All or Part of a Document Manually
        8. Creating Drop Caps in Existing Paragraphs
        9. Creating Effective Lists
          1. When Bullets Work
          2. When Numbers Matter
        10. Creating a Quick List
          1. Creating Lists While You Type
          2. Ending a List the Way You Want
        11. Enhancing Bulleted Lists
          1. Choosing a New Bullet from the Bullet Library
          2. Using a Custom Bullet
          3. Changing the Bullet Font
          4. Changing a Bullet Symbol
          5. Using a Picture Bullet
        12. Improving Numbered Lists
          1. Choosing a Numbering Scheme
          2. Modifying the Numbering Style
          3. Continuing Numbering
          4. Restarting Numbering
          5. Converting a Bulleted List to a Numbered List (or Vice Versa)
        13. Changing List Indents
        14. Creating and Using Multilevel Lists
          1. Applying a Multilevel List
          2. Creating a New List Style
        15. What’s Next?
      6. 12. Applying and Customizing Quick Styles
        1. Style Design with Users in Mind
          1. Style Fundamentals
        2. Exploring the Quick Style Gallery and Quick Style Sets
          1. Applying and Modifying Styles Using the Quick Style Gallery
          2. Switching and Modifying Quick Style Sets
          3. Custom Quick Style Sets
        3. Working with the Styles Pane
          1. Mastering the Styles Pane
        4. Creating and Modifying Styles
          1. Modifying Existing Styles
          2. Additional Style Options
            1. Basing Styles on Existing Styles
            2. Specifying Styles for Following Paragraphs
            3. Allowing Styles to Automatically Update
            4. Modifying the Document Template
        5. Style Management Tools
          1. Inspecting Styles
          2. Reveal Formatting Task Pane
            1. Comparing to Other Text Formats
            2. Tracking Inconsistent Formatting
          3. Managing Styles
            1. The Relationship Between Document Defaults, the Normal Style, and (No Style)
          4. Keyboard Shortcuts for Styles
        6. What’s Next?
      7. 13. Working with Outlines
        1. Getting Started Outlining in Word 2010
        2. The Basics of a Good Outline
        3. Eleven Reasons to Outline Your Next Complex Project
        4. Viewing a Document in Outline View
          1. Exploring Outlining Tools
        5. Creating a New Outline
        6. Choosing Outline Display
          1. Displaying Different Levels of Text
          2. Showing the First Line of Text
          3. Removing and Showing Formatting
        7. Working with Headings in Outline View
          1. Adding a Heading
          2. Applying Outline Levels
          3. Promoting and Demoting Headings
        8. Displaying Outline and Print Layout View at the Same Time
        9. Changing Your Outline
          1. Expanding and Collapsing the Outline
          2. Moving Outline Topics
            1. Moving Topics Up and Down
            2. Cutting and Pasting Parts of the Outline
            3. Dragging to a New Location
        10. Printing Your Outline
        11. The Navigation Pane vs. Using Outline View
        12. What’s Next?
      8. 14. Printing Documents Professionally
        1. Printing in a Greener World
        2. The (Almost) One-Click Print Process in Word 2010
          1. Previewing Your Document
          2. Zooming In on the Details
          3. Making Changes While Previewing
        3. Printing Quickly and Efficiently
          1. Printing Selected Text
          2. Printing Hidden Text
        4. Canceling a Print Job
        5. Setting Print Options
          1. Printing More than One Copy of a Single Document
          2. Printing Ranges
          3. Printing Odd and Even Pages
          4. Printing Document Elements
          5. Printing Several Pages per Sheet
          6. Scaling Printed Documents
        6. Specialized Printing
          1. Printing Envelopes
          2. Creating Labels
        7. What’s Next?
    7. III. Make Your Point, Clearly and Visually
      1. 15. Clarifying Your Concepts in Professional Tables
        1. Creating Tables Today
        2. Choose Your Method: Creating Tables in Word
          1. Adding a Quick Table
          2. Using the Row and Column Grid to Create a Table
          3. Inserting a Table and Specifying AutoFit Options
          4. Drawing a Table
          5. Converting Text to a Table
          6. Inserting an Excel Spreadsheet
        3. Creating Nested Tables
        4. Editing Tables
          1. Displaying Table Formatting Marks
          2. Selecting Table Cells
          3. Copying and Pasting Table Data
          4. Inserting Columns and Rows
          5. Inserting Cells
          6. Deleting Columns, Rows, and Cells
          7. Moving Rows and Columns
          8. Merging Cells
          9. Splitting Cells
            1. Adjust Column Sizes After Splits and Merges
            2. Change Cell Spacing and Alignments
        5. Enhancing Your Tables with Formatting
          1. Changing Table Format by Using Table Styles
          2. Creating Custom Table Styles
          3. More Formatting Fun
        6. Positioning Tables in Your Document
          1. Flowing Text Around Tables
          2. Sorting Table Data
        7. Resizing Tables
          1. Understanding AutoFit
          2. Resizing an Entire Table
          3. Setting Preset and Percent Table Sizes
          4. Changing Column Width and Row Height
          5. Distributing Data Evenly in Rows and Columns
          6. Changing Text Direction
        8. Working with Functions in Tables
        9. What’s Next?
      2. 16. Create Compelling SmartArt Diagrams and Charts
        1. Adding SmartArt Diagrams
          1. Creating the SmartArt Diagram
          2. Adding and Formatting Diagram Text
          3. Making Formatting Changes in the Diagram
        2. Creative Charting
        3. Introducing Word 2010 Chart Types
        4. Creating a Basic Chart
          1. Changing the Chart Type
          2. Creating a Chart Template
          3. Understanding the Chart Tools
        5. Entering Chart Data
          1. Working with the Datasheet
          2. Changing the Data Arrangement
        6. Editing and Enhancing Chart Information
          1. Choosing a New Chart Layout
          2. Applying a Chart Style
          3. Adding a Chart Title
          4. Working with Axes
          5. Add Gridlines and Trendlines
          6. Displaying and Positioning a Legend
          7. Working with Data Labels
        7. Formatting Charts
          1. Changing the Format of Your Chart Elements
          2. Formatting Shapes
            1. Adding Shadows, Glows, and More
        8. What’s Next?
      3. 17. Adding and Editing Pictures and Screenshots
        1. Adding Art to Your Word Documents
          1. Inserting Pictures
          2. Adding Clip Art
            1. Adding Art and Entering Keywords
            2. Narrowing Your Art Search
          3. Adding Shapes and Lines
            1. Working with the Drawing Canvas
            2. Using the Drawing Grid
        2. Editing Pictures
          1. Applying Artistic Effects
          2. Editing and Adjusting Images
          3. Cropping Pictures
          4. Resizing Pictures
          5. Rotating Pictures
        3. Removing Picture Backgrounds
        4. Enhancing Pictures
          1. Applying Picture Styles to Your Images
            1. Adding a Picture Border
            2. Adding a Picture Effect
          2. Adding Captions to Pictures
        5. Modifying Shapes and Lines
          1. Applying Shape Styles
          2. Adding and Formatting Shape Text
          3. Modifying Lines and Fills
            1. Changing the Shape Fill
            2. Making Shapes Transparent
          4. Formatting Shadows and 3-D Effects
            1. Adding and Controlling Shadows
            2. Changing the Position and Appearance of Shadows
            3. Coloring Shadows
          5. Applying and Customizing 3-D Effects
            1. Changing 3-D Effects
        6. Adding Screenshots and Clippings
        7. Arranging Art on the Page
          1. Aligning Objects
          2. Grouping and Ungrouping Objects
          3. Controlling Object Layering
          4. Choosing Art Position
          5. Controlling Text Wrapping
            1. Adding and Editing Wrap Points
        8. What’s Next?
      4. 18. Adding the Extras: Equations, Text Boxes, and Objects
        1. Inserting Mathematical Equations
          1. Choosing an Equation from the Gallery
          2. Building an Equation from Scratch
          3. Controlling Equation Display
          4. Setting Equation Options
          5. Save an Equation to the Gallery
        2. Using Math AutoCorrect
        3. Adding and Linking Text Boxes
          1. Adding Text Boxes
          2. Inserting Text into Text Boxes
          3. Formatting Text Boxes
            1. Controlling Text in Text Boxes
            2. Changing Text Box Shapes
        4. Linking Text Boxes to Flow Text
          1. Moving Between Linked Text Boxes
          2. Copying or Moving Linked Text Boxes
          3. Breaking Text Box Links
          4. Deleting Linked Text Boxes Without Losing Text
        5. Adding Objects to Your Word Document
          1. Insert an Object
          2. Create a New Object
          3. Adding an Existing Object
        6. What’s Next?
      5. 19. Command Attention with Borders and Shading
        1. Adding a Simple Border
        2. Creating Enhanced Borders
          1. Dressing Up Your Border
          2. Selecting Line Styles for Borders
          3. Choosing Color
          4. When You Need to Match Colors Exactly
          5. Controlling Border Width
        3. Creating Partial Borders
        4. Adding a Border to a Page
          1. Creating a Page Border
          2. Adding an Artistic Border
        5. Adding Borders to Sections and Paragraphs
          1. Bordering Sections
        6. Adjusting Border Spacing
        7. Inserting Horizontal Lines
        8. Adding Borders to Pictures
        9. Adding Table Borders
        10. Applying Shading Behind Content
          1. Applying Shades to Tables and Paragraphs
          2. Shading Considerations
        11. What’s Next?
    8. IV. Word 2010 As a Team Effort, Anywhere, Always
      1. 20. Securing Your Word Documents
        1. Protection Features in Word 2010
        2. Working with Protected View
          1. Choosing What’s Displayed in Protected View
          2. Changing File Validation
        3. Marking a File As Final
        4. Encrypting Documents
          1. Removing Protection
        5. Applying Editing Restrictions
        6. Removing Personal Information and Hidden Data
          1. Removing Personal Information
        7. Preparing PDF and XPS Files
          1. Understanding PDF and XPS
          2. Saving Your Document As PDF and XPS
        8. Signing Your Documents with Digital Signatures and Stamps
          1. Getting a Digital ID
          2. Creating a Digital ID
          3. Attaching a Digital Signature to a File
          4. Adding a Stamp
          5. Viewing Signatures
          6. Removing a Signature
        9. Working with the Trust Center
          1. Viewing and Removing Trusted Sources
        10. Setting Permission Levels
          1. Customizing Permissions
          2. Applying Permissions to Documents
        11. Checking Document Accessibility
        12. Ensuring Document Compatibility
        13. What’s Next?
      2. 21. Sharing Your Documents
        1. Sharing Documents in Word
        2. Word 2010 New Sharing Options
        3. A Closer Look at SharePoint Workspace 2010
          1. Creating a New Workspace
          2. Checking Out and Checking In a Document
          3. Create and Save a New Document
        4. Setting Up and Using Windows Live SkyDrive
          1. Sharing a File
          2. Save Your Document to a Shared Space
        5. Working with Network Locations
          1. Creating a Network Location
          2. Linking to FTP Sites
          3. Accessing Resources Stored in Network Locations
          4. Saving Documents to a Network Location
        6. Using Workgroup Templates
        7. Sharing Word Documents via E-Mail
          1. Setting E-Mail Priority
          2. Flagging a Message for Follow-Up
          3. Requesting Receipts
          4. Delaying Delivery
          5. Include Voting Buttons
        8. Using Word to Send Faxes
          1. Creating and Sending a Fax
          2. Choosing a Fax Service
        9. What’s Next?
      3. 22. Collaborating and Co-Authoring in Real Time
        1. Benefits of an Organized Revision Process
        2. Familiarizing Yourself with Markup Tools
        3. Setting Reviewer Name
          1. Configuring Colors Associated with Reviewers
        4. Viewing Comments and Revisions
        5. Adding and Managing Comments Effectively
          1. Inserting Comments
          2. Inserting Voice and Handwritten Comments
        6. Tracking Changes
          1. Tracking Changes While You Edit
          2. Customizing the Appearance of Changed Lines
        7. Configuring Balloon and Reviewing Pane Options
          1. Balloon and Reviewing Pane Styles
          2. Showing and Hiding Balloons
          3. Adjusting Balloon Size and Location for Online Viewing
        8. Printing Comments and Tracked Changes
        9. Reviewing Comments and Tracked Changes
          1. Navigating Your Comments
          2. Responding to Comments
          3. Deleting Comments
          4. Accepting and Rejecting Proposed Edits
            1. Addressing Tracked Changes One at a Time
            2. Accepting or Rejecting All Tracked Changes at Once
        10. Comparing or Combining Documents
          1. Comparing Two Versions of a Document
          2. Combining Revisions from Multiple Authors
        11. Co-Authoring Documents in Word 2010
          1. Editing Simultaneously and Saving Changes
          2. Contacting Your Co-Author
          3. Troubleshooting Co-Authoring
        12. What’s Next?
    9. V. Word 2010 Interactive
      1. 23. Preparing Tables of Contents and Indexes
        1. Creating Effective Reference Tables
        2. Creating a Table of Contents
          1. Using a TOC Style
          2. Creating a Customized TOC
          3. Adding TOC Entries Manually
          4. Compiling the Manual TOC
          5. Choosing a TOC Format
          6. Editing and Updating a TOC
        3. Preparing a TOC for the Web
        4. Customizing a TOC
          1. Matching Entry Styles to TOC Levels
          2. Changing TOC Styles
        5. Adding Indexes
          1. What Makes a Good Index?
          2. Indexing with Word
        6. Creating Index Entries
          1. Marking Index Entries
          2. Creating Subentries
          3. Selecting Repeated Entries
          4. Formatting Entries
          5. Adding Cross-References
          6. Specifying Page Ranges
        7. Generating the Index
          1. Choosing the Index Format
          2. Choosing Index Alignment
          3. Changing the Way Entries Are Displayed
          4. Changing Index Columns
        8. Updating an Index
        9. AutoMarking Entries with a Concordance File
        10. What’s Next?
      2. 24. Special Features for Long Documents
        1. What Goes into a Long Document?
        2. Building a Table of Figures
          1. Adding Captions
            1. Controlling Figure Numbering
          2. Generating a Table of Figures
        3. Adding a Table of Authorities
          1. Adding Citations Manually
          2. Generating the Table of Authorities
        4. When Master Documents Make Sense
          1. Master Document Mayhem and Workarounds
          2. Getting Started with a Master Document
          3. Creating a Master Document
          4. Creating Subdocuments
          5. Importing Data for Subdocuments
          6. Working with the Master and Subdocuments
        5. What’s Next?
      3. 25. Blogging and Using the Word Web App
        1. Everybody Blogs
        2. Starting a New Blog Post
          1. Entering Text
          2. Inserting a Web Link
          3. Adding a Category to Your Post
          4. Adding a Picture to Your Post
        3. Configuring Your Blog Account
        4. Using the Word Web App
          1. Save Your Document to Windows Live SkyDrive
          2. Open Your Document in the Word Web App
          3. Working with the Word Web App
        5. What’s Next?
      4. 26. Creating Mailings Large and Small
        1. Mail Merge Overview
        2. Know Your Merge Terms
        3. Starting the Mail Merge Project
        4. Selecting the Document Type
        5. Starting Out with the Main Document
          1. Using the Current Document
          2. Starting from a Template
          3. Starting from an Existing Document
        6. Choosing Your Recipients
          1. Creating a New List
          2. Using an Existing Recipient List
          3. Choosing Outlook Contacts
        7. Choosing and Sorting Recipient Information
          1. Filtering Your Recipient List
        8. Adding Merge Fields
          1. Inserting an Address Block
          2. Choosing a Greeting Line
          3. Inserting Merge Fields
          4. Matching Fields with Your Database
          5. Adding Word Fields
        9. Previewing the Merge
          1. Finding a Specific Entry
          2. Checking for Errors
        10. Merging the Documents
          1. Merge to a New Document
          2. Choosing Merge Print Options
          3. Merge to E-Mail
        11. Creating a Directory
        12. Printing Envelopes and Labels
          1. Creating Labels
        13. What’s Next?
      5. 27. Customizing Documents with Content Controls
        1. Understanding the Word 2010 Content Controls
        2. Creating the Document
          1. Displaying the Developer Tab
        3. Adding and Formatting Static Text
        4. Adding Content Controls
          1. Control Types in Word 2010
            1. Rich Text Control
            2. Plain Text Control
            3. Picture Content Control
            4. Combo Box Control
            5. Drop-Down List
            6. Date Picker
          2. Adding a Control
        5. Changing Content Control Properties
          1. Adding Titles and Tags
          2. Styling Your Control
          3. Locking Controls
          4. Adding Content to Lists
          5. Mapping Controls to XML
        6. Using Content Controls
        7. Protecting Documents
        8. Adding Legacy Controls
        9. Adding ActiveX Controls
          1. ActiveX Controls and the Trust Center
          2. Adding an ActiveX Control
          3. Changing Control Properties
          4. Programming a Control
        10. What’s Next?
      6. 28. Working with Macros in Word 2010
        1. A Bit About VBA and Macros
        2. Saving Macro-Enabled Documents and Templates
        3. Recording a Macro
          1. Setup and Planning
        4. Running Macros
          1. Adding a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar
          2. Assigning a Keyboard Shortcut to a Macro
          3. Running a Macro Automatically
        5. Editing Macros
          1. The Visual Basic Editor
        6. Additional Macro Options
          1. Renaming a Macro, Module, or Project
          2. Deleting and Exporting Macros and Modules
          3. Importing Macros and Modules
        7. Protecting Your Macros
        8. Digitally Signing Macros
          1. Creating a Self-Signed Digital Signature
          2. Third-Party Digital Signature
          3. Digitally Signing a VBA Project
        9. What’s Next?
    10. A. About the Author
    11. Index
    12. About the Author
    13. Copyright