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Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business Edition is the premier Office Suite book for intermediate and advanced users of the Small Business Edition version of the software. Focusing on intermediate and advanced skills and uses this book features additional coverage of undocumented features, workarounds, and practical (and unapologetic) advice for avoiding features that don't work well.
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Are you a power user? Special Edition: Using Microsoft Office 2000 has what you're looking for; it'll let you open up the hood and get your hands dirty tuning Office to run your way.
In addition to comprehensive reference material covering all of the Office programs--even Visual Basic for Applications--you'll find a host of secrets, hidden features, and "hacks" you'll see nowhere else. Be warned: some of these tricks are for experienced users only. (One false move in the Windows Registry and you might find yourself looking at a reinstallation!) Don't be intimidated, though--even the timid will find Special Edition a gold mine of information and resources.
Great indexing lets you find what you need quickly, from absolute cell references to zooming, and the clear text and graphics will help you solve any problem--even ones you didn't know you had. The book comes with a CD-ROM containing Woody's Office Power Pack (a great set of Office utilities); the complete, searchable text of the book; and additional material covering Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and a bundle of cool third-party software that'll keep you busy for hours. If you've mastered the basics and want to improve your Office knowledge, let the professionals show you the way with Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2000. --Rob LightnerAbout the Author:
With two monthly columns and frequent cover stories on Microsoft Windows and other topics, Ed Bott is one of the most recognized “Voices” in the computing world. Ed is the Senior Contributing Editor for PC Computing with a circulation of over 1,000,000 readers monthly. As the author of several Que books including Using Microsoft Office 4, and Using Microsoft Office for Windows 95, Using Microsoft Office 97 Third Edition,. Using Windows 95 and co-author of Special Edition Using Windows 98 and Platinum Edition Using Windows 98 he has taught over 650,000 users through his excellent books. Woody Leonhard has written the current Office Annoyances series, (3 books) with as well as The Underground Guide to Word for Windows, The Hacker's Guide to Word for Windows, and many others. He's a contributing Editor at PC Computing (circulation 1,000,000+) and Senior Editor at Office Computing (Circulation 400,000). His work appears in almost every issue of both publications. Woody's software company makes WOPR, Woody's Office POWER Pack, "The #1 Enhancement to Microsoft Office." His weekly e-mail newsletter WOW (WOODY's OFFICE WATCH) has over 70,000 subscribers. Beyond his computing interests, he's a Tibetan human rights activist, and tries to spend two months every year among the Tibetan refugees in India. A substantial portion of the profits from his company and his writing go to the Tibetan Children's Fund. Woody and Ed were recently awarded the Neal Award by the American Business Press for their Windows Superguide in the Oct. 1997 issue of PC Computing. This award is described as the "Pulitzer Prize for Business Writers." Woody and Ed's “virtual focus group” of more than one million PC Computing readers and 70,000 WOW subscribers guarantees great content and no competing authors can boast the award winning writing experience and editorial credentials of this team.
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Book Description Longman Group. Condition: New. pp. 1074. Seller Inventory # 7600763
Book Description Que, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX078971969X