Keep Calm with Microsoft Office

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Make the famous WW2 poster yourself, and countless variations, in Microsoft Office.

 

Make the famous WW2 poster yourself, and countless variations, in Microsoft Office

 

Keep Calm with Microsoft Office is the latest in our series of practical ebooks for Microsoft Office users.  We don’t just tell you how to use Office, we supply ready to use examples that save you a lot of time and trouble.

‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ was meant as a serious message to the British people to be distributed if the Nazi’s invaded.  It’s become the starting point for endless spinoffs which you can make yourself with ‘Keep Calm with Microsoft Office’.

We’ll show you how to make your own ‘Keep Calm’ poster in Microsoft Word with many, many variations to suit your own needs and sense of humor.

Not only show you how to make them. We’ll give you ready-made documents that you simply open in Word and use right away. 

Or use the supplied Word documents as the basis for your own ideas.

PowerPoint users can open up a slide deck with ready-made slides to copy into your own presentations or adapt to your own needs.

You may have noticed the ‘crowns’ in the above documents/slides.  There’s a traditional crown but also variations with a teapot, beer glass and dollar sign.

Those original graphics and five others from Maryjane Almer are also included with this ebook for you.  They are all transparent to work with any background with both white and black versions.

As with all the Office Watch ebooks and newsletters, we’ve tried to go beyond the standard software ‘how-to’ to give you practical advice and tips we’ve learnt from decades of computing experience.” said author and co-founder of Office Watch, Peter Deegan.

Keep Calm for Microsoft Office is for all versions of Microsoft Office: Office 2013 including ‘RT’, Office 2010, Office 2007, Office 2003, Office XP (2002).


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