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Word Annoyancesby Guy Hart-davis
Synopses & Reviews
When most people think of word processing, they think of Microsoft Word. After all, it has been around for more than 20 years-practically an eternity in computer time. But Word has also provided its users-nearly everyone on the face of the planet-with an endless supply of annoyances. That is, until now. Word Annoyances offers to the point (and often opinionated) solutions to your most vexing editing, formatting, printing, faxing, and scanning problems. It covers everything from installation and templates to tables, columns, and graphics. For example, learn how to stop Word from searching the Web for help, and how to enter the same text easily in multiple parts of a document-and keep it updated automatically. It also provides a gentle introduction to the power of macros so you can slay your annoyances by the truckload. The fixes will work with most versions of Word, including Word 2000, Word 2002 (also known as Word XP), and Word 2003.Among the topics covered:
Book News Annotation:
Focusing on Microsoft Word as the most widely-used word processing software, a Word expert seeks to help users take control of the frustrating quirks that plague its capabilities. Besides advice on dealing with crashes and other major problems, Hart-Davis also gives tips on removing annoying automatic features and converting documents into rival WordPerfect. He covers most versions of Word including Mac Word.
Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Now, users vexed by Microsoft Word's more annoying features can go straight to the topic they need to learn in this modular, to-the-point (and often opinionated) one-of-a-kind guide. These are no-nonsense solutions for editing, formatting, printing, faxing, scanning and more. When most people think of word processing, they think of Microsoft Word. After all, it's been around for more than 20 years--practically an eternity in computer time. Word has also provided its users (nearly everyone on the face of the planet) with an endless supply of annoyances to last an eternity. Until now.
About the Author
Guy Hart-Davis is the author of Windows XP and Office 2003 Keyboard Shortcuts, Mac OS X and Office v.X Keyboard Shortcuts, Word 2000 Developer's Handbook, and about 30 other computer books.
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