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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0789718715, Paperback)Woody Leonhard knows an awful lot about using Microsoft Office. He's been writing about the popular suite through several of its releases and publishes a highly regarded newsletter in which he disseminates hints and tips for its users. In Woody Leonhard Teaches Microsoft Office 2000, the expert holds forth on how to get your work done with Microsoft's flagship productivity package.
Leonhard covers the major Office 2000 members--Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint--but neglects Access, FrontPage, and the other programs that ship with the higher-end variants of Office. In his coverage of the four biggies, he explains how to get things done with the essential pieces of the programs before taking on more obscure features. Leonhard's advice is rock-solid and to the point. If the author thinks something about Office is poorly designed or hard to use, he'll let you--and Microsoft--know, and then he'll show you the best way to get around the sticking point. --David Wall
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