Act! 4

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Peachpit Press, 1998 - Computers - 354 pages
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For anybody with a busy professional life, Symantec's industry leading contact-manager software, ACT! 4.0 is an invaluable timesaver. By allowing you to electronically store, sort, manage and view your contacts and schedules, ACT! can provide an invaluable record and help you concentrate on your job. For 1.3 million registered users working with data from all major computer platforms ACT! makes business people's lives easier every day.The ACT! 4 Visual QuickStart Guide doesn't waste any time. A useful visual reference, the title provides spreads which explain the power of ACT! in simple, step-by-step language and rich screen-shots so a customer never wastes time reading through pages of text looking for the information they need. For busy people, this is a must. In addition, the ACT! 4 Visual QuickStart Guide has complete coverage of ACT! 4.0's many powerful features, from simple record creation and sorting to over 70 spreads on advanced features like security, dealing with strange file formats, synchronizing and merging databases and much more.Written by an experienced ACT! corporate trainer, and with the most coverage for the best price, the ACT! 4.0 Visual QuickStart Guide is a valuable timesaver to help you save time with the industry's leading time saving software!

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Database Creation 15
Managing Records
Working with Groups

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About the author (1998)

Steven Frank is an independent computer consultant, trainer, and author. Steve is the co-author of Kai's Power ToolsStudio Secrets and Illustrator 7 Complete. He ahs also contributed to the Macintosh Bible (Peachpit Press), Photoshop 4 Complete, and numerous industry periodicals. In addition to writing mainstream computer books, Steve has designed and authored software manuals and custom training materials for numerous national training organizations and Fortune 500 companies.

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