Microsoft Word Version 2002 Plain & Simple

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Microsoft Press, Dec 5, 2001 - Computers - 272 pages
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Get the fast facts that make learning Word 2002 plain and simple!

Here’s WHAT you’ll learn:

  • Find the simplest ways to get stuff done in Microsoft Word
  • Customize documents—from faxes to business reports
  • Create impact with tables and graphics
  • Add charts and data from Microsoft Excel
  • Make your own letterhead and use mail merge
  • Share documents over e-mail and the Web

Here’s HOW you’ll learn it:

  • NUMBERED STEPS show exactly what to do
  • Color SCREEN SHOTS keep you on track
  • Handy TIPS teach easy techniques and shortcuts
  • Quick TRY THIS! exercises put your learning to work
  • CAUTION notes help keep you out of trouble

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Creating a New Document
Moving and Copying Text

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About the author (2001)

Jerry Joyce has had a long-standing relationship with Microsoft: He has been the technical editor on numerous books published by Microsoft Press® and has written manuals, help files, and specifications for various Microsoft products. As a programmer, he has tried for many years to make using a computer as simple as using a toaster but has yet to succeed.

Marianne Moon has worked in the publishing world for many years as proofreader, editor, and writer - sometimes all three at once. She has been editing and proofreading Microsoft Press® books since 1984 and has written and edited documentation for Microsoft products including Microsoft Works, Flight Simulator, Space Simulator, Golf, Publisher, the Microsoft Mouse, and Greetings Workshop.

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