Beginning Microsoft Word Business Documents: From Novice to Professional

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Apress, Feb 1, 2007 - Computers - 216 pages

Beginning Microsoft Word Business Documents is filled with practical applications of Words many features. It walks you through the creation of professional documents such as business plans, legal documents, newsletters, and grants. You’ll also learn how to use surveys and forms to gather information.

Each chapter of the book may be read on its own so you can navigate your own learning path. This book focuses on streamlining the document creation process, and timesaving tips will help you work with large documents and use existing documents to create future documents. An intermediate-level knowledge of Word is assumed.

 

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Contents

Planning and Creating a Document
1
Creating a Business Plan
15
Creating Marketing Brochures and Newsletters
49
Creating Forms for Printing or Distributing Electronically
75
Creating Legal Documents
87
Creating Data Sheets
101
Creating Organization Charts
123
Creating a Grant or Business Proposal
137
Automating Document Creation
167
Working with Large Documents
177
Index
187
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James J. Marshall is a freelance technical writer and content developer. He has extensive experience in writing, editing, and proofreading business documents for both online and print publication.

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