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Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Microsoft Office 2000

by Peter Norton

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0672311747, Paperback)

If you want to get anywhere in this world, you need to consult with experts from time to time. If you've decided that Office 2000 is an important set of tools for your home or workplace, Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Microsoft Office 2000 can be the expert consultant that will never put you on hold.

Norton, long renowned for his knowledge of the inner workings of Microsoft's many programs, presents all you'll need to know to use Office 2000 most efficiently. Aimed at intermediate to advanced users, it assumes a familiarity with Windows navigation, word processing, and so on but also lays out Office basics for those switching from other packages. Each program--Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access--gets a full section that explores the most common and useful features and reports on the best or easiest way to use the program. Better still, it evaluates features based on who is most likely to benefit from them, so it's relatively easy to skip material you don't need.

The no-nonsense text style is refreshing in a sea of humorous manuals designed more to entertain than to enlighten, but it's never alienating. The "Peter's Principles" sidebars are personalized and highly relevant to particular important tasks, as well as interesting to read for their own sake. If you need some expert help in your quest for Office Zen, look no further than Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Microsoft Office 2000. --Rob Lightner

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