After you've taken the time to master the tools included in Microsoft Works 2000 you want a quick reference guide that won't tie you down when searching for new information.
Regardless of the Works 2000 module you're using, Microsoft Works 2000 For Dummies Quick Reference helps you find answers -- fast! Clear, step-by-step directions cover everything you need to know about the Works utilities and how they work with the applications...
* Break down the differences between each of the tools included in Works 2000 and select the appropriate program based on your needs.
* Explore document basics that apply across all tools, including opening, closing, printing, and saving; practice common editing and formatting tasks.
* Dive into the word processor and see how its features dress up reports and other documents with special formats.
* Use the spreadsheet whenever you need to work with numbers.
* Choose the database to help you organize all kinds of information without having to create elaborate database structure.
* See how the six Works utilities (Address Book, Calendar, Clip Gallery, WordArt, Note-It, and Microsoft Draw) can help you accomplish specific tasks.
Works 2000 also helps you get connected to the World Wide Web with Outlook Express and Internet Explorer. Special sections in Microsoft Works 2000 For Dummies Quick Reference show you how to maximize e-mail and the Internet without taking up gobs of time!
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Fast Answers to Your Microsoft Works Questions A Quick Reference for the Rest of Us!® Get in and get right out with just the information you need — without wading through lots of unnecessary information! Inside, you'll find clear, step-by-step directions that show you how to get the most out of every Microsoft Works 2000 module — word processor, spreadsheet, database, calendar, and address book — plus Internet Explorer 5.
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