Stephanie Krieger

Stephanie Krieger

Stephanie Krieger is a Microsoft Office MVP and the author of three books on Microsoft Office document production, including the recently-released Documents, Presentations, and Workbooks for Office 2010 and Office for Mac 2011. A New York City-based consultant, she has helped many global companies develop enterprise solutions for Microsoft Office on both platforms and taught numerous professionals and professional software trainers to build great documents by understanding the way that Microsoft Office programs "think." Stephanie frequently writes, presents, and creates content for Microsoft. For more information about Stephanie, visit her website and learn more about her upcoming events.

Webcast: Create better Office 2010 documents, presentations, and workbooks more easily
August 26, 2011
In this webcast, get real-world, expert tips for experienced Microsoft Office users that can help you overcome some of the most common (and most frustrating) stumbling blocks.

Webcast: Create better Word 2010 documents more easily
September 30, 2011
In this session, take a glimpse at six key features with which experienced users can create virtually any Word 2010 document: themes, styles, tables, graphics, sections, and dynamic content.

Webcast: Create better PowerPoint 2010 presentations more easily
October 21, 2011
Best practices for creating PowerPoint presentations have changed dramatically over the past two versions. In this session, get real-world tips from a hands-on expert that can help you create the kind of presentations you've always wanted.

Webcast: Create better Excel 2010 workbooks more easily
November 18, 2011
In this session, get real-world tips for experienced Excel users that can help you make use of existing, new, and improved features to simplify your work with Excel workbooks and charts, and improve your results.

Webcast: Take it to the next level: introducing VBA and Office Open XML for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel 2010
December 09, 2011
In this webcast, get an introduction to both VBA and Office Open XML that's specifically intended for experienced Microsoft Office users.

"Documents, Presentations, and Workbooks is a life preserver in ease of use, relevant information, and practical applications."
--Julie Hazmoon Kawano, Technical Communication, Volume 59, Number 3, August 2012

"I could have used a reference like this when I was teaching myself how to use Word to create manuals, tutorials and merged documents back in 1998. I struggled through Knowledge Base articles and those wonderful Word Help screens to get the job done. So, you can guess that I found this book a delight."
--Iris Yoffa, eJournal of the Tucson Computer Society, November 2011, Volume 29, Number 11

"Simply a 'must' bible for any Office collection!"
--James A. Cox, The Midwest Book Review: The Bookwatch, October 2011, Volume 6, Number 10