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Paperback Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2007 Book

ISBN: 0789735172

ISBN13: 9780789735171

Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2007

Special Edition Using Microsoft? Office 2007 THE ONLY OFFICE BOOK YOU NEED We crafted this book to grow with you, providing the reference material you need as you move toward Office proficiency and... This description may be from another edition of this product.


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Another Excellent Using Title

Every "Using" book I own (more than a dozen) has been valuable, well written and packed with good information. This is no exception. The authors know Office. I started with Word and quickly absorbed the "flavor" of the new interface. This book will cut my frustration time dramatically.

Great book for beginners and pros

I've been using office for as long as Microsoft had it. This is a good book that let me quickly familiarize myself with whatever was added in this version. Took me about 3 days to thumb-through and take notes. I come back to this book now as a reference every once in a while. Overall, I highly recommend this book to everyone, beginner to pro. Though, possibly, this book might be a little tough on the beginner.

Another good book from the Special Edition Series

I have to learn Office 2007 enough to teach it, and there aren't many books out yet for it. The Special Edition series is one that I use for a desktop reference for several programs, and this one goes with them. It's clear, not cute or condescending, has good content, and is easy to refer to with questions. It's a good book to keep on hand as you learn Office 2007.

They did it again!

Ed & Woody have turned out another extememly valuable reference text for Microsoft's Office series. I bought the upgrade to Office but would not install it until I could read some of the text to see what I should be aware of after installation. I'm glad I did. The change in file systems is definitely something that anyone upgrading should know about. I highly recommend the book.

Big Changes in Office 2007

I don't have Office 2007 yet, but I bought this book because as soon as it's available I'll start getting questions about it. At first glance, just from reading this book not actually trying things out, it appears that there are three big changes in Office 2007. First is the Ribbon. Microsoft has specialized in graphical user interfaces (GUI). 'THE RIBBON' is Microsoft's new standard for GUI's and have been applied across all of the office products. I think it's better from what the book says, but boy is it going to cause a lot of questions. Second is Security. Internally this is probably the biggest changes. There's a new Office Trust Center. It's not as pretty as the other packages (but it does have a ribbon). It's a new feature within office, it will get prettier and easier to use in future versions. The third big set of changes is in sharing documents as you work on them. This is part of Microsoft's approach to the enterprise market rather than personal productivity. Let's just say that this will be a challenge. Why this particular book? The authors and their writing style. They make reading about computers almost entertaining. And they are not Microsoft, so they can make comments about how things really work rather than just praising everything. One complaint -- About ten more pages on Access would be a big help. A list of reserved words for instance, which are rather hard to find. And some brief discussion on using Access with SQL Server. All in all, there are (or will be) a lot of books on Office 2007. I like these guy's style.
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