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Every book about Word is uncompleted and outdated, on the date of its publication! One full credential would be more than 10,000 pages. Nearest to a full credential are probably the help file, which is complemented by the knowledgebase index. However, this page is a gleaning from Microsoft Word news groups and critiques.
Word 2007 has fundamentally altered the look and feel and the size of Word documents. The majority of previous version technologies, instructions and hot keys still work, so if you have a book about previous releases, don't discard them! These are some of my textbooks about Word 2007 - 2013. So if you can find a book that will help you write about one of the ribbons it will probably be useful to the others.
A book that is not about Word is one of the best starting points: A word processing book: The book is out of stock, but should be available or used in your local collection. This is because although Word guides often tell you how to do something, they rarely tell you why you want to do things one way or another.
The book describes the concept of word processor. It' a funny and instructive reading, like all McWilliams textbooks (e.g. Life 101, Love 101). Another similar (but not out of print) book is The Mac is Not a Typewriter by Robin Williams (no, not that Robin Williams). Today Word is very much built on Mac conceptions (just as Windows is built on Mac concepts) and the book presents Word fundamentals along with word processor concept.
An updated issue will be published on November 15, 2001. With 97 pages, this is even briefer than the word processor book. But just as a pounded bolt makes for a wobbly wood desk, a word processor desk with gaps is as delicate. I am looking for works of information on Word 97 that provide in-depth information on how to use Word to create web pages.
Attempt this book..... This book information can be found at www.indigo.ca. Yours sincerely: "Microsoft Office 2000 Secrets offers its users a sturdy compilation of general information about this package of products. Cummings has compiled and authored an outstanding book of references that you should add to your line.
" I am very interested in Perfect Access Guide to Microsoft Word 2000 by James Maroe (Kaplan, 2000). Hello John, O'Reilly will soon release Word in a Nutshell, or is it Word 2000 in a Nutshell. Mr. Kaikow recommends this book as a book of references and not as a book for learning Word.
They should also get something like Special Edition Using Word 2000, useful both as a study as well as a ref. I' m not buying a book that can't be used as a bookcase. Describes Word 2000 in a Nutshell from Amazon.com: A Nutshell Word 2000 is a clear, succinct and full link to the world's most common word processor.
It is the first choise of the Word Powers users who need help in performing a particular job or understand a particular instruction. It is also an priceless asset that exposes the un-documented capabilities of Word 2000 and provides high-performance, time-saving cues. The first part is a thorough review of the Word interfacing that acts as a road map for the remainder of the book.
It also gives you the opportunity to view Word under the bonnet and shows you how customisable Word really is. The second part is a detailled link to each Word toolbar item, from the File to Help menup. Special subjects dealt with in the book: The Word 2000 in a Nutshell is intended for the powerful operator who needs quick and easy accessing of crucial information.
An implacable focus on making you more productive with WordI really appreciate your looking at my book on Word 2000. The Special Edition Using Word 2000 is perhaps the most in-depth book on Word ever published - and all 1,400 pages have just one goal: to help you become more prolific and efficient.
I tried step-by-step, in-depth help with practically everything you will ever want to do with Word, from typing a book to making a website, producing a newsletters to streamline your documents revision in. In all, I have added around 400 new pages to the last issue, and I have deepened the reporting almost everywhere, and.....
Que has also provided a CD-ROM with more than 1,500 pages of up-to-date information about the new version of Microsoft Excel 2000: Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher & FrontPage -- plus a full, fully licenced copy of WOPR, the world's leading Microsoft Word based WOPR add-in! Lastly, and I trust the most important advantage: this is now my fifth book on Word.
For the past ten years I've been spending a great deal of my life observing how you work with Word - seeing what you know, what is confusing, and what you *really* need to know to get results. I also had the help of a really great crew of Que editors and technicians who all use Word eight (16!) hour a days and are really expert even if they don't get it.
I have worked really well to reflect all our word experiences here. I am proud of how this book came about, and I truly believe that you will find it precious. This is the only Office 2000 book you'll ever need if you're not a development professional. Woody Leonhard (not too little co-author Ed Bott) has prepared the final Office 2000 work.
I' ve been reading his book religionally since the time of Word for Windows, and nobody surpasses his comprehension of what makes it work. You get the plain unflattering honest facts - good and evil - about Microsoft Word, not just a rewritten help document. "which is often equivalent to the book itself.
To do this, insert a[full] copy of Woody's Power Pack[WOPR] on CD and no other book can affect the value and usefulness of this book. Microsoft Word: "It is still a fairly sound Microsoft XP game, especially for those who don't own an earlier version of Special Edition Using Microsoft Word.
More than 1,100 pages are packed with useful hints and hints for office user. You' re sure to get along with the enhanced functionality of Office after you' ve read it. With the Office 2000 edition of this book, you may not find as much new stuff as you'd like.
" I' ve looked at my part of the programme guides and I've never found one as legible, useful and well organised as this one. And exceptionally, a book offers a CD with really useful softwares, not only with "test programs", which are little more than advertisements.
When you or your MS 2000 staff need a full overview of MS 2000 in one book, this is the only one. This book is a noteworthy good deal in comparison to what it would take to either attend a course or buy a full book on any programme in the MS 2000 series. For this information on correspondence and contact information, see Creating and Editing a Letter in SE Using Offices 2003, Section 19.
Kaikow began a debate about office grade textbooks vs. application grade for you. A number of commentaries exist on the use of Officexx, SE. Mr. Kaikow suggests to get a complete book about the general use (and not programming) programme. Among these are Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Microsoft Press' Word Inside Out.
Please see below for the book listings and comments of Mr. Kaikow. What good lexicons can this group suggest for WORD-VBA coding? I thought, since I had done some VBA coding in Excel and Access, Word would not be so different. Microsoft Office Automation with Visual Foxpro" by Tamar Granor and Della Martin, by Hentzenwerke Publishing, could serve the purpose.
Also you can see "Word 2000 VBA Programmer's Reference" by Duncan Mackenzie, by Wrox and "Writing Word Macros" by Steve Roman, by O'Reilly. "World 2000 VBA Programmer's References is one of the better references I've seen for a long while. This book is logical and contains some topics that are not normally discussed, as well as the use of Word as a report utility for data bases.
" "This book was more useful than I had anticipated from my work. It is a must if you are doing serious office coding. "I must absolutely relearn to use word macro writing for work to minimize a large number of repetitions, especially when doing things like going through a long number of word filenames in the same or different folders, opening one after the other, editing the text (searching and replacing, etc.), closing and then moving on to the next filename in alphabetic order (so that I don't miss a file) and repeating the same thing.
So, I need to know how to use Macros and how to teach the possible variable for filenames, text selection, down cursors in a open files dialogue and more. Hopefully advanced people can give some information about which textbooks to look for, which utilities to use, etc. Such as what is the best book on VBA coding with a keen emphasis on Word macroing.
Hello Jasphirer, if you're speaking about macro in Word 97, I may have a few hints for you, one (and that's really a cute place to go and see WWW.WOPR.COM. It' a site about Office, and they also have a free monthly journal with hints on using and programming Office.
If you would like to receive a book about Word, please see the Word 97 Annoyances. Reading it will teach you how to comprehend the way Word'thinks', and this makes it easy to comprehend and forecast some of his behaviors. "This is an extended guide to using the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) program to create automatic template documents and other automation in Microsoft Word 2000.
The subjects discussed here are the dynamic logging of macro data and the creation of documentation. "Scott Driza is a lawyer and advisor to the computer industries specializing in the integration of Microsoft Word presentations into external software solutions. "I have had to struggle with various Word programs in the past. The majority of textbooks give poor samples and illustrate some of the more basic aspects of correct VBA encoding.
To put it simply: The tunes in this book are rocking! Most of all, it will give you a new look at Word coding. "Or try a genuine VBA book,'Teach yourself visual basis for Applications 5 in 21 days' by Matthew Harris (ISBN 0672310163), it mostly cover es VBA and mainly focus on Word and Excel.
Hello Tom, I hope this will help novice OO (object-oriented) programmers John Smiley's "Learn to Program Objects with VB 6" is well done and uses a one-of-a-kind educational method (you are following a group of pupils who learn this topic through a class). Disclaimer: The book title link on this website leads to book description on Amazon.com.
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