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Word 2007

Beyond the Manual

  • Authors
  • Written for experienced Word users unfamiliar with the new features of Word 2007

  • Covers older features that are now accessible in different ways

  • Written by an authority on the practical use of Microsoft applications


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About this book


If youre familiar with Word, but not Word 2007, this is the book for you. Word 2007: Beyond the Manual focuses on features of Word 2007 as well as older features that were once less accessible than they are now. This book also makes a point to include examples of practical applications for all the new features.

Written by Connie Morrison, a university instructor of Microsoft applications, this book will help you grow into a confident Word 2007 user. The book assumes familiarity with Word 2003 or earlier versions, so you can work effectively with the material here. Overall, this book cuts to the chase by skipping over basic or obvious features to get you up and running with Word 2007 in the shortest possible time.


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About the authors

Connie Morrison has more than 30 years of diversified experience in educational publishing, training, marketing, and education for elementary, secondary, and postsecondary levels of instruction. She is a published author for numerous middle school, secondary, and postsecondary textbooks for Microsoft Office applications. Connie is also a professional speaker and trainer nationwide. She is frequently a guest lecturer at universities for graduate credit courses.

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From the reviews:

"Anyone upgrading from Microsoft Office Word XP/2003 to Word 2007 should read this book. … It provided clear, concise instructions on the multiple changes between Word XP/2003 and Word 2007. … If you’re a competent Word user planning to upgrade to Word 2007, this is an excellent reference that provides a lot of valuable information without burying readers in tons of trivia." (Michael Moorman, ACM Computing Reviews, Vol. 49 (5), May, 2008)