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Word 2007

Beyond the Manual

Connie Morrison

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APress
09 March 2007
Word 2007: Beyond the Manual is written for the experienced Word user who would find an introductory manual boring, condescending, and a waste of time. Basic features of word-processing in general or of Word in particular are not discussed. Features new to Word 2007 are emphasized, as are complex features that, though available in earlier versions of Word, were not readily accessible. The narrative is fast-paced, concise, and respectful of the reader's familiarity with earlier versions of the program.
By:   Connie Morrison
Imprint:   APress
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   1st ed.
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 22mm
Weight:   625g
ISBN:   9781590597996
ISBN 10:   1590597990
Pages:   300
Publication Date:   09 March 2007
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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Connie Morrison has more than 30 years of diversified experience in educational publishing, training, marketing, and education for elementary, secondary, and postsecondary levels of instruction. She is a published author for numerous middle school, secondary, and postsecondary textbooks for Microsoft Office applications. Connie is also a professional speaker and trainer nationwide. She is frequently a guest lecturer at universities for graduate credit courses.

Reviews for Word 2007: Beyond the Manual

From the reviews: Anyone upgrading from Microsoft Office Word XP/2003 to Word 2007 should read this book. ... It provided clear, concise instructions on the multiple changes between Word XP/2003 and Word 2007. ... If you're a competent Word user planning to upgrade to Word 2007, this is an excellent reference that provides a lot of valuable information without burying readers in tons of trivia. (Michael Moorman, ACM Computing Reviews, Vol. 49 (5), May, 2008)


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