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Microsoft Office 2000 Deployment and Administration

by Bill Camarda

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0789719312, Paperback)

If you're managing, deploying, configuring or troubleshooting any version of Office 2000 or Office 97/98, you can't afford to be without Microsoft Office 2000 Administrator's Desk Reference. Discover how to integrate Microsoft Office into multi-vendor and cross-platform environments. Leverage Office Web and workgroup capabilities for more effective document publishing and decision-making. Integrate Word into desktop publishing workflows. Manage mobile and global users. Troubleshoot failed Office installations. Coexist with legacy apps. Manage your VBA code resources. Provide better help desk support. Whether you're a system or network administrator, manager, IT professional or power user, the business-critical answers you need are right here.

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