Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Word 2000 in 24 Hours

Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Word 2000 in 24 Hours

by HeidiSteele (Author)

Synopsis

Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Word 2000 in 24 Hours delivers on the premise that you can become fully versed in the application in 24 easy, one-hour lessons. The book not only explains all of the skills and concepts in the context of real work situations, but also how to apply them to real-word documents. Additionally, the book highlights the little details that frustrate users at all levels as they try to be productive. Also included are workarounds for new and current features that might work better on paper than in real life.

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More Information

Format: Paperback
Pages: 456
Edition: New Ed
Publisher: Sams
Published: 1999

ISBN 10: 0672314428
ISBN 13: 9780672314421
Book Overview:

Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Word 2000 in 24 Hours delivers on the premise that you can become fully versed in the application in 24 easy, one-hour lessons. The book not only explains all of the skills and concepts in the context of real work situations, but also how to apply them to real-word documents. Additionally, the book highlights the little details that frustrate users at all levels as they try to be productive. Also included are workarounds for new and current features that might work better on paper than in real life.


Author Bio

Heidi Steele is an experienced Microsoft Word consultant, trainer and author. She has taught beginner and expert users for numerous companies and organizations and trained hundreds of people to effectively use the software - from teachers and administrators to corporate executive assistants to online editors for publishing companies. Her clients have included the University of California at San Francisco and several Bay Area classroom training facilities. She is also an experienced technical editor and has reviewed several best selling Windows 98 and general computing titles. She has written, developed and tech edited more than 20 books on the Windows 95, Windows 98, Office, and the Internet.