Making Microsoft Office Work

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Computers - 427 pages
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It's not enough having just the right office tools. You need to know how each one works with the others in order to achieve your goals. Making Microsoft Office Work is the perfect guide to integrating the powerful capabilities of Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Microsoft Mail, and Access to maximize your productivity and impact. Microsoft Office expert Ralph Soucie shows you how to utilize the individual applications as one complete product offering virtually limitless opportunities to enhance your work. Using Visual Basic for Applications, Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) automation, and Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE), Soucie shows you how to control one application from within another.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS XIX
BASIC PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES
Welcome to Your New Office
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