12 e-books in Word Processing category
e-books in Word Processing category
by Mary Thomas – Bookboon , 2014
Word 2013 is the most powerful version of Word yet. In this book you will learn how to use styles to improve the usability of your documents; format pictures around text; use tables to layout information; use themes and quick parts; and much more.
by Steve Losh – Lulu.com , 2013
Learn Vimscript the Hard Way is a book for users of the Vim editor who want to learn how to customize Vim. Before reading this book you should be comfortable editing text in Vim and know what terms like ‘buffer’, ‘window’ and ‘insert mode’ mean.
by Stephen Moffat – BookBoon , 2012
You will learn how to use templates, forms and styles in Word 2010. Furthermore you can read more about tables and formatting, how to create a table of contents, how to work with the mail merge feature and how to create footnotes and endnotes.
by Steve Oualline – Sams , 2001
vim editor contains many more features than the old vi editor including: help, multiple windows, syntax highlighting, programmer support. This tutorial takes a task oriented approach allowing you to learn only the commands that make your job easier.
by Swaroop C H – Lulu.com , 2009
A book which aims to help you learn how to use the Vim editor, even if all you know is how to use the computer keyboard. The book is meant for new users who want to understand what Vim is, as well as people who want to learn about advanced features.
by Stephen Moffat – BookBoon , 2011
This manual should be used as a point of reference following attendance of the introductory level Word 2010 training course. It covers all the topics taught and aims to act as a support aid for any tasks carried out by the user after the course.
by Torben Lage Frandsen – BookBoon , 2010
If you have never worked with Word before, you will soon find yourself in the wilderness of possibilities the program offers. The book guides you through that wilderness, so you can learn the things that are necessary to use the program effectively.
– Wikibooks , 2006
vi is a powerful editor that is ubiquitous amongst Unix and Unix-like operating systems, but is available on many other operating systems. Even if you use another editor you must have a passing knowledge of vi as an administrator.
by Richard Stallman – Free Software Foundation , 2007
GNU Emacs is much more than a word processor. This book explains the full range of Emacs’ power and contains reference material useful to expert users. Appendices with specific material for Macintosh and Microsoft OS users are included.
by Dale Dougherty, Tim O’Reilly – Hayden Books , 1987
The book shows how to use UNIX to prepare written documents. An introduction to the ex, vi, and sed editors and troff and nroff text processing tools. At the end, these tools are brought together by the make utility to do any text processing job.
by Jean-Paul Van Belle
These notes are an introduction to the basics of Word to give you confidence to type simple documents, essays or projects. The text covers basic concepts, creating documents, editing, deleting, correcting texts, formatting, etc.
by Jean-Paul Van Belle – Global Text Project , 2003
An overview of the basic knowledge required to work productively with Word: understanding the basic concepts of word processing and the screen layout, creating, loading, saving and printing, editting and formatting text, incorporating tables, etc.