Master the powerful new features in Microsoft Word 2002. This complete reference provides comprehensive coverage of the changes and updates to Word, focusing on the new formatting and proofing options, enhanced graphics capabilities, new file search methods, and customization options, including new speech recognition capabilities. You'll also get an introduction to VBA and will learn to write macros to automate repetitive Word tasks.
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The Most Authoritative Volume Available on Word 2002!
Create powerful, effective documents with help from this comprehensive resource. Unleash the power of Word to achieve greater impact from business letters and memos, academic pursuits, record-keeping, and mass mailing--any written document. Master features that are new to this version of Word, including speech-recognition, the task panes, the Clip Organizer, and the foreign-language translator. For old hands at Word, this book shows how to dig deeper and get more out of AutoText, styles, macros, the drawing tools, online forms, and other Word features. Whatever your goals, Word 2002: The Complete Reference will help you communicate creatively and effectively.
Peter Weverka (San Francisco, CA) is the author of Quicken 98 and Quicken 99 for Busy People, Quicken 6 for Windows for Busy People, as well as a co-author of Office 97: The Complete Reference and Word 2000: The Complete Reference (all OMH titles). Peter has edited more than 80 computer books ranging from word processors to databases and the Internet. His humorous articles and stories have appeared in Harper's Exquisite Corpse.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-003-24-9909009