Introduction.Book I: Word Basics.Chapter 1: Getting to Know Word.Chapter 2: Managing Your Documents.Chapter 3: Working with Templates.Chapter 4: Printing Your Documents.Chapter 5: Help!Book II: Formatting Text.Chapter 1: Basic Text Formatting.Chapter 2: The Border Patrol and Other Shady Characters.Chapter 3: Working with Styles.Chapter 4: Page Setup and Section Formatting.Chapter 5: Column Formatting.Chapter 6: Using Tables.Chapter 7: Creating Lists.Chapter 8: Working with Footnotes and Endnotes.Book III: Editing Techniques.Chapter 1: Getting Around.Chapter 2: Basic Document Editing Techniques.Chapter 3: Finding and Replacing.Chapter 4: All About AutoCorrect and Its Siblings.Chapter 5: Proofing and Research Tools.Chapter 6: Track Changes and Other Collaboration Features.Book IV: Getting Graphic.Chapter 1: Inserting Pictures and Clip Art.Chapter 2: Drawing on Your Documents.Chapter 3: Fill Effects, Ghosts, Shadows, and Other Effects.Chapter 4: Working Graphically with Text.Chapter 5: Charts and Diagrams.Chapter 6: A Pocket Full of Desktop Publishing Tricks.Chapter 7: Move Over, Einstein (Creating Equations).Book V: Web Publishing.Chapter 1: Going Online with Word.Chapter 2: Creating Web Pages with Word.Chapter 3: Basic Web Formatting Features.Chapter 4: Using Themes and Cascading Style Sheets.Chapter 5: Working with Frames.Chapter 6: Word and XML.Book VI: Advanced Document Features.Chapter 1: Working with Fields.Chapter 2: Form Follows Function (Setting Up and Using Forms).Chapter 3: More about Outlining.Chapter 4: Mystical Master Documents.Chapter 5: So You Want to Make an Index, Eh?Chapter 6: Creating a Table of Contents or Table of Figures.Chapter 7: Objection, Your Honor (Creating a Table of Authorities).Book VII: Letters, Envelopes, and Labels.Chapter 1: Creating Letters and Envelopes.Chapter 2: Faxing and E-Mailing Documents.Chapter 3: Using the Mail Merge Wizard.Chapter 4: More Mail Merge Tricks.Book VIII: Customizing Word.Chapter 1: Opting for Options.Chapter 2: Customizing Toolbars, Menus, and Keyboard Shortcuts.Chapter 3: Using Voice and Handwriting Features.Book IX: Programming Word with VBA.Chapter 1: Recording and Using Macros.Chapter 2: Programming with VBA.Chapter 3: Working with Word's Object Model.Chapter 4: Creating UserForms.Index.
Doug Lowe has written a whole bunch of computer books, including more than 30 For Dummies books, such as Networking For Dummies, 6th Edition, PowerPoint 2003 For Dummies, Internet Explorer 6 For Dummies, Networking All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies, and Microsoft Office 2002 For Dummies Quick Reference. He lives in that sunny All-American City, Fresno, California, where all the politicians are actors and all the actors think they're politicians. He's one of those obsessive-compulsive decorating nuts who creates computer-controlled Halloween decorations that rival Disney's Haunted Mansion and Christmas displays that can be seen from space. Maybe his next book should be Tacky Holiday Decorations For Dummies.