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Mastering Lotus Notes 4.6 by Kenyon Brown
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Mastering Lotus Notes 4.6

by Kenyon Brown

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0782123422, Paperback)

Perfect for the twenty million Notes end users and developers, this comprehensive guide covers everything from navigating the Notes environment to creating custom Notes applications. Users will learn what it takes to tap the power of Notes to improve collaboration and efficiency. Developers will learn to employ sound design practices and master LotusScript development inside and out. Everyone benefits from the step-by-step, in-depth coverage of all the product's new features and how to use Domino to bring Notes and the Web together. This book is tightly integrated with its accompanying CD of customizable, ready-to-run Notes databases and third-party tools.

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