Publisher description for Running Microsoft Office 97 / Michael Halvorson and Michael Young.

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Like all new books in the Running series, this one offers plenty of user-friendly features. Bleed tabs make it simpler to find information fast, Extensive illustrations make it easy to see how to do complex procedures. Dictionary-style page headings and other layout improvements make every page scan easier and say more. Handy road maps of the book's contents are always easy to find -- they're on the inside cover -- so you can quickly see where you are and where you want to go. A tear-out card lets you keep key troubleshooting tips right next to your keyboard.

The newest edition of this comprehensive, one-volume reference and user guide is perfect for all kinds of users of Microsoft Office 97-from ambitious beginners to intermediate users to everyone upgrading to Microsoft Outlook 98. And it's ideal for organizations looking for documentation that makes more people more productive.

An enclosed CD-ROM contains:
-- A fully searchable electronic version of the book
-- Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0
-- Further information on Microsoft Office 97 from the Microsoft Knowledge Base
-- A fully searchable electronic version of Running Microsoft Word 97

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Microsoft Office.
Microsoft Word.
Microsoft Excel (Computer file)
Microsoft PowerPoint (Computer file)
Microsoft Access.
Word processing.
Business -- Computer programs.
Electronic spreadsheets.
Presentation graphics software.