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Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2000 : Standard and Professional by Ed Bott, Woody Leonhard. Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2000 is the premier Office Suite book for intermediate and advanced users. Focusing on intermediate and advanced skills and uses this book features additional coverage of undocumented features, workarounds, and practical (and unapologetic) advice for avoiding features that don't work well. You'll also see a writing style that crams in more information by not wasting step-by-step coverage on simpler tasks.


  • New all-star authoring team of Ed Bott and Woody Leonhard bring all-new insight into the use of Office, thanks to their interaction with thousands of users through the PC Computing usability lab and Woody's Office Watch.
  • Hundreds of undocumented secrets including over 600 exclusive "signature" tips will instantly boost your Office productivity.
  • Covers Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, FrontPage, Publisher, VBA, web/Intranet publishing, and integration.



  • Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Office 2000 in 24 Hours (Teach Yourself in 24 Hours Series) by Greg M. Perry. Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Office 2000 in 24 Hours has the best tools, shortcuts and ways to accomplish the most common tasks in Office, and avoids the little used features. You may work at your own pace through the book in the one-hour lessons on the most widely used features of Office. This edition has a valuable tear out card that contains a quick reference short-cut tool for the reader to tear out and use.




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