Friday, September 30, 2011
10 PT, San Francisco 6pm - London | 1pm - New York | Sat, Oct 1st at 3am - Sydney | Sat, Oct 1st at 2am - Tokyo | Sat, Oct 1st at 1am - Beijing | 10:30pm - Mumbai
Presented by: Stephanie Krieger
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
If you use Microsoft Word to create content, you might already know that most of the core concepts from earlier versions remain true today. But new and updated features can change the best method (or best feature) for a given task. And the easiest solution to what you need to accomplish might be very different than what you already know.
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. You'll get real-world tips from a hands-on document expert and learn about the best kept secret of Microsoft Word: the less work you do, the better your documents will be.
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.