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Word 2007: The Missing Manual
By Guy Hart-Davis, Chris Grover
出版: O'Reilly
日期: December 01, 2006
ISBN-10: 0-596-52739-X
ISBN-13: 978-0-596-52739-6
页数: 504

Table of Contents | Index

The Missing Credits
Part I: Word Basics for Simple Documents
Chapter 1. Creating, Opening, and Saving Documents
Section 1.1. Launching Word
Section 1.2. Creating a New Document
Section 1.3. Opening an Existing Document
Section 1.4. Your Different Document Views
Section 1.5. Saving and Closing Documents
Chapter 2. Entering and Editing Text
Section 2.1. Typing in Word
Section 2.2. Selecting Text
Section 2.3. Moving Around Your Document
Section 2.4. Cutting, Copying, and Pasting
Section 2.5. Finding and Replacing Text
Section 2.6. Saving Keystrokes with Quick Parts
Chapter 3. Setting Up the Document: Margins, Page Breaks, and More
Section 3.1. Choosing Paper Size and Layout
Section 3.2. Setting Document Margins
Section 3.3. Adding Page Background Features
Section 3.4. Adding Headers and Footers
Section 3.5. Working with Multiple Columns
Section 3.6. Line Numbers
Section 3.7. Hyphenation
Chapter 4. Formatting Text, Paragraphs, and Headings
Section 4.1. Formatting Basics
Section 4.2. Formatting Characters
Section 4.3. Formatting Paragraphs
Section 4.4. Creating Bulleted and Numbered Lists
Section 4.5. Setting Tabs
Section 4.6. Using Word's Rulers
Section 4.7. Fast Formatting with Format Painter
Section 4.8. Formatting with Styles
Section 4.9. Modifying Styles
Section 4.10. Managing Style Sets
Chapter 5. Themes and Templates
Section 5.1. Choosing a Theme
Section 5.2. Choosing a Template
Chapter 6. Spelling, Grammar, and Reference Tools
Section 6.1. Turning on Spelling and Grammar Checking
Section 6.2. Checking Spelling
Section 6.3. Checking Grammar and Style
Section 6.4. Controlling AutoCorrect
Section 6.5. Exploring Word's Research Tools
Section 6.6. Accessing Word's Thesaurus
Section 6.7. Translating Text
Section 6.8. Checking Your Word Count
Chapter 7. Printing Word Documents
Section 7.1. Quick and Easy Printing
Section 7.2. Print Preview
Section 7.3. Choosing a Printer
Section 7.4. Printing to an Adobe PDF File
Section 7.5. Faxing with Word
Section 7.6. Changing Print Settings
Section 7.7. Printing Envelopes
Section 7.8. Printing Labels
Section 7.9. Setting Print Options
Part II: Creating Longer and More Complex Documents
Chapter 8. Planning with Outlines
Section 8.1. Switching to Outline View
Section 8.2. Promoting and Demoting Headings
Section 8.3. Moving Outline Items
Section 8.4. Showing Parts of Your Outline
Chapter 9. Working with Long Documents
Section 9.1. Navigating a Large Document
Section 9.2. Understanding Sections
Section 9.3. Creating a Table of Contents
Section 9.4. Creating an Index
Section 9.5. Navigating with Hyperlinks
Section 9.6. Cross-Referencing Your Document
Section 9.7. Cross-Referencing Figures
Section 9.8. Creating Footnotes and Endnotes
Section 9.9. Inserting Citations and Creating a Bibliography
Section 9.10. Working with a Master Document
Chapter 10. Organizing Your Information with Tables
Section 10.1. Creating Tables
Section 10.2. Moving Around a Table
Section 10.3. Selecting Parts of a Table
Section 10.4. Merging and Splitting Cells
Section 10.5. Adjusting Column Width and Row Height
Section 10.6. Formatting Tables
Section 10.7. Doing Math in Tables
Chapter 11. Adding Graphics, Video, and Sound to Your Documents
Section 11.1. Drop Caps, Text Boxes, and WordArt
Section 11.2. Working with Pictures and Clip Art
Section 11.3. Working with SmartArt
Section 11.4. Working with Shapes
Section 11.5. Inserting Charts and Graphs
Section 11.6. Inserting Sound, Video, and Other Objects
Section 11.7. Adding Captions and Figure Numbers to Graphics
Chapter 12. Mass Mailing with Mail Merge
Section 12.1. Understanding Mail Merge Basics
Section 12.2. Running the Mail Merge Wizard
Section 12.3. Merging to E-Mail
Section 12.4. Editing Your Recipient List
Section 12.5. Sorting Your Recipient List
Section 12.6. Applying Merge Rules
Part III: Sharing Documents and Collaborating with Other People
Chapter 13. Creating Web Pages and Blogs
Section 13.1. Saving Word Documents As Web Pages
Section 13.2. Creating a Web Page from Scratch
Section 13.3. Web Page Design Tips
Section 13.4. Blogging from Word
Section 13.5. Setting Web Options
Chapter 14. Creating Forms with Word
Section 14.1. Creating a Paper Form
Section 14.2. Creating a Computer Form
Section 14.3. Setting Properties for Content Controls
Section 14.4. Testing Your Form
Chapter 15. Word's XML Connection
Section 15.1. What's XML and Why Should I Care?
Section 15.2. XML and Word's New File Format
Section 15.3. Tagging Information with Content Controls
Section 15.4. Attaching an XML Schema to Your Document
Chapter 16. Collaborating with Other People
Section 16.1. Adding Comments
Section 16.2. Tracking Changes While Editing
Section 16.3. Accepting and Rejecting Changes
Section 16.4. Removing All Comments and Tracked Changes
Section 16.5. Combining and Comparing Documents
Section 16.6. Protecting Your Document from Changes
Part IV: Customizing Word with Macros and Other Tools
Chapter 17. Customizing Your Workspace
Section 17.1. Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
Section 17.2. Creating Keyboard Shortcuts
Section 17.3. Personalizing Word Options
Section 17.4. Changing Word's Display
Section 17.5. Customizing the Save Documents Settings
Section 17.6. Changing Editing Options
Chapter 18. Changing Your Security Settings
Section 18.1. Using Digital Signatures
Section 18.2. Customizing Trust Center Settings
Section 18.3. Showing Warnings
Section 18.4. Removing Personal Information
Chapter 19. Introducing Macros and Visual Basic
Section 19.1. Showing the Developer Tab
Section 19.2. Recording Macros
Section 19.3. Running Macros
Section 19.4. Reading Visual Basic Code
Section 19.5. Using Digital Signatures
Chapter 20. Creating Your Own Themes and Templates
Section 20.1. Designing Your Own Themes
Section 20.2. Designing Document Templates
Section 20.3. Using Global Templates
Part V: Appendix
Appendix A. Word Help and Beyond
Section A.1. Using Word's Built-in Help
Section A.2. Using Microsoft's Office Web Site
Section A.3. Third-Party Web Sites

Access 2007: The Missing Manual
By Matthew MacDonald
出版: O'Reilly
日期: December 01, 2006
ISBN-10: 0-596-52760-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-596-52760-0
页数: 600

Table of Contents | Index

The Missing Credits
Part I: Storing Information in Tables
Chapter 1. Creating Your First Database
Section 1.1. Understanding Access Databases
Section 1.2. Getting Started
Section 1.3. Saving and Opening Access Databases
Section 1.4. The Navigation Pane
Chapter 2. Building Smarter Tables
Section 2.1. Understanding Data Types
Section 2.2. Design View
Section 2.3. Access Data Types
Section 2.4. The Primary Key
Section 2.5. Six Principles of Database Design
Chapter 3. Mastering the Datasheet: Sorting, Searching, Filtering, and More
Section 3.1. Datasheet Customization
Section 3.2. Datasheet Navigation
Section 3.3. Advanced Editing
Section 3.4. Printing the Datasheet
Chapter 4. Blocking Bad Data
Section 4.1. Data Integrity Basics
Section 4.2. Input Masks
Section 4.3. Validation Rules
Section 4.4. Lookups
Chapter 5. Linking Tables with Relationships
Section 5.1. Relationship Basics
Section 5.2. Using a Relationship
Section 5.3. More Exotic Relationships
Section 5.4. Relationship Practice
Part II: Manipulating Data with Queries
Chapter 6. Queries That Select Records
Section 6.1. Query Basics
Section 6.2. Creating Queries
Section 6.3. Queries and Related Tables
Chapter 7. Essential Query Tricks
Section 7.1. Calculated Fields
Section 7.2. Query Functions
Section 7.3. Summarizing Data
Section 7.4. Query Parameters
Chapter 8. Queries That Update Records
Section 8.1. Understanding Action Queries
Section 8.2. Update Queries
Section 8.3. Append Queries
Section 8.4. Delete Queries
Section 8.5. Tutorial: Flagging Out-of-Stock Orders
Chapter 9. Analyzing Data with Crosstab Queries and Pivot Tables
Section 9.1. Understanding Crosstab Queries
Section 9.2. Creating Crosstab Queries
Section 9.3. Pivot Tables
Section 9.4. Pivot Charts
Part III: Printing Reports
Chapter 10. Creating Reports
Section 10.1. Report Basics
Section 10.2. Printing, Previewing, and Exporting a Report
Section 10.3. Formatting a Report
Section 10.4. Filtering and Sorting a Report
Chapter 11. Designing Advanced Reports
Section 11.1. Improving Reports in Design View
Section 11.2. The Report Wizard
Section 11.3. The Label Wizard
Section 11.4. Fine-Tuning Reports with Properties
Section 11.5. Expressions
Section 11.6. Grouping
Part IV: Building a User Interface with Forms
Chapter 12. Creating Simple Forms
Section 12.1. Form Basics
Section 12.2. Sorting and Filtering in a Form
Section 12.3. Creating Better Layouts
Section 12.4. The Form Wizard
Chapter 13. Designing Advanced Forms
Section 13.1. Customizing Forms in Design View
Section 13.2. Taking Control of Controls
Section 13.3. Forms and Linked Tables
Chapter 14. Building a Navigation System
Section 14.1. Mastering the Navigation Pane
Section 14.2. Building Forms with Navigation Smarts
Section 14.3. Linking to Related Data
Part V: Programming Access
Chapter 15. Automating Tasks with Macros
Section 15.1. Macro Essentials
Section 15.2. Macros and Security
Section 15.3. Three Macro Recipes
Section 15.4. Managing Macros
Section 15.5. Connecting Macros to Forms
Section 15.6. Conditional Macros
Chapter 16. Automating Tasks with Visual Basic
Section 16.1. The Visual Basic Editor
Section 16.2. Putting Code in a Form
Section 16.3. Understanding Objects
Section 16.4. Using Objects
Chapter 17. Writing Smarter Code
Section 17.1. Exploring the VB Language
Section 17.2. Dealing with Trouble
Section 17.3. Deeper into Objects
Section 17.4. Using VB to Run a Better Business
Part VI: Sharing Access with the Rest of the World
Chapter 18. Sharing a Database with Multiple Users
Section 18.1. Opening Up Your Database to the World
Section 18.2. Preparing Your Database
Section 18.3. Playing Well with Others
Section 18.4. Data Corruption
Section 18.5. Securing Your Database
Chapter 19. Importing and Exporting Data
Section 19.1. Case for Importing and Exporting
Section 19.2. Using the Clipboard
Section 19.3. Import and Export Operations
Section 19.4. Access and XML
Section 19.5. Collecting Info by Email
Chapter 20. Connecting Access to SQL Server
Section 20.1. Should You Switch to SQL Server?
Section 20.2. Getting Started: SQL Server 2005 Express
Section 20.3. Creating a SQL Server Database
Section 20.4. Adding Objects to a SQL Server Database
Chapter 21. Connecting Access to SharePoint
Section 21.1. Understanding SharePoint
Section 21.2. Setting Up SharePoint
Section 21.3. SharePoint and Access
Part VII: Appendix
Appendix A. Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
Section A.1. The Quick Access Toolbar

Excel 2007: The Missing Manual
By Matthew MacDonald
出版: O'Reilly
日期: December 01, 2006
ISBN-10: 0-596-52759-4
ISBN-13: 978-0-596-52759-4
页数: 800

Table of Contents | Index

The Missing Credits
Part I: Worksheet Basics
Chapter 1. Creating and Navigating Worksheets
Section 1.1. Creating a Basic Worksheet
Section 1.2. Editing Data
Section 1.3. Navigating in Excel
Section 1.4. Saving Files
Section 1.5. Opening Files
Chapter 2. Adding Information to Worksheets
Section 2.1. Adding Different Types of Data
Section 2.2. Quick Ways to Add Data
Chapter 3. Moving Data Around a Worksheet
Section 3.1. Selecting Cells
Section 3.2. Moving Cells Around
Section 3.3. Adding and Moving Columns or Rows
Chapter 4. Managing Worksheets and Workbooks
Section 4.1. Worksheets and Workbooks
Section 4.2. Find and Replace
Section 4.3. Spell Check
Chapter 5. Formatting Cells
Section 5.1. Formatting Cell Values
Section 5.2. Formatting Cell Appearance
Chapter 6. Smart Formatting Tricks
Section 6.1. The Format Painter
Section 6.2. Styles and Themes
Section 6.3. Conditional Formatting
Chapter 7. Viewing and Printing Worksheets
Section 7.1. Controlling Your View
Section 7.2. Printing
Section 7.3. Controlling Pagination
Part II: Formulas and Functions
Chapter 8. Building Basic Formulas
Section 8.1. Creating a Basic Formula
Section 8.2. Formula Shortcuts
Section 8.3. Copying Formulas
Chapter 9. Math and Statistical Functions
Section 9.1. Rounding Numbers
Section 9.2. Groups of Numbers
Section 9.3. General Math Functions
Section 9.4. Trigonometry and Advanced Math
Section 9.5. Advanced Statistics
Chapter 10. Financial Functions
Section 10.1. The World of Finance
Section 10.2. Financial Functions
Section 10.3. Depreciation
Section 10.4. Other Financial Functions
Chapter 11. Manipulating Dates, Times, and Text
Section 11.1. Manipulating Text
Section 11.2. Manipulating Dates and Times
Section 11.3. Math with Dates and Times
Section 11.4. Date and Time Functions
Chapter 12. Lookup, Reference, and Information Functions
Section 12.1. The Basic Lookup
Section 12.2. Advanced Lookups
Section 12.3. Information Functions
Section 12.4. Tutorial: Quickly Generating Invoices from a Product Catalog
Chapter 13. Advanced Formula Writing and Troubleshooting
Section 13.1. Conditions in Formulas
Section 13.2. Descriptive Names for Cell References
Section 13.3. Variable Data Tables
Section 13.4. Controlling Recalculation
Section 13.5. Solving Formula Errors
Part III: Organizing Worksheets
Chapter 14. Tables: List Management Made Easy
Section 14.1. The Basics of tablesTables
Section 14.2. Sorting and Filtering a Table
Section 14.3. Dealing with Duplicate Rows
Section 14.4. Performing Table Calculations
Chapter 15. Grouping and Outlining Data
Section 15.1. Basic Data Grouping
Section 15.2. Grouping Timesavers
Chapter 16. Templates
Section 16.1. Understanding Templates
Section 16.2. Creating a New Workbook from a Template
Section 16.3. Creating Templates
Part IV: Charts and Graphics
Chapter 17. Creating Basic Charts
Section 17.1. Charting 101
Section 17.2. Basic Tasks with Charts
Section 17.3. Practical Charting
Section 17.4. Chart Types
Chapter 18. Formatting and Perfecting Charts
Section 18.1. Chart Styles and Layouts
Section 18.2. Adding Chart Elements
Section 18.3. Selecting Chart Elements
Section 18.4. Formatting Chart Elements
Section 18.5. Improving Your Charts
Section 18.6. Advanced Charting
Chapter 19. Inserting Graphics
Section 19.1. Adding Pictures to a Worksheet
Section 19.2. Excel's Clip Art Library
Section 19.3. Drawing Shapes
Part V: Advanced Data Analysis
Chapter 20. Scenarios and Goal Seeking
Section 20.1. Using Scenarios
Section 20.2. Using Goal Seek
Section 20.3. Solver
Chapter 21. Pivot Tables
Section 21.1. Summary Tables Revisited
Section 21.2. Building Pivot Tables
Section 21.3. Multi-Layered Pivot Tables
Section 21.4. Fine-Tuning Pivot Table Calculations
Section 21.5. Filtering a Pivot Table
Section 21.6. Pivot Charts
Part VI: Sharing Data with the Rest of the World
Chapter 22. Protecting Your Workbooks
Section 22.1. Understanding Excel's Safeguards
Section 22.2. Data Validation
Section 22.3. Locked and Hidden Cells
Chapter 23. Worksheet Collaboration
Section 23.1. Preparing Your Workbook
Section 23.2. Adding Comments
Section 23.3. Tracking Changes
Section 23.4. Sharing Your Workbook
Chapter 24. Querying Databases and XML Files
Section 24.1. Excel and Databases
Section 24.2. Understanding XML
Section 24.3. Excel and XML
Chapter 25. Exchanging Data with Other Programs
Section 25.1. Sharing Information in Windows
Section 25.2. Embedding and Linking Objects
Section 25.3. Transferring Data
Chapter 26. Connecting Worksheets to the Web
Section 26.1. Putting Worksheets on the Web
Section 26.2. Performing Web Queries
Section 26.3. Using Hyperlinks
Part VII: Programming Excel
Chapter 27. Automating Tasks with Macros
Section 27.1. Macros 101
Section 27.2. The Macro Recorder
Section 27.3. Macro Security
Section 27.4. Creating Practical Macros
Chapter 28. Programming Spreadsheets with VBA
Section 28.1. The Visual Basic Editor
Section 28.2. Understanding Macro Code
Section 28.3. Exploring the VBA Language
Part VIII: Appendix
Appendix A. Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
Section A.1. The Quick Access Toolbar

PowerPoint 2007: The Missing Manual
By Emily A. Moore
出版: O'Reilly
日期: December 01, 2006
ISBN-10: 0-596-52738-1
ISBN-13: 978-0-596-52738-9
页数: 504

Table of Contents | Index

Part 1: Slideshow Basics
Chapter 1. Creating a Basic Presentation
Section 1.1. Beginning a New Presentation
Section 1.2. Choosing a Theme for Your Presentation
Section 1.3. Adding Text
Section 1.4. Adding More Slides
Section 1.5. Moving Around Inside a Presentation
Section 1.6. Adding Speaker Notes
Section 1.7. Creating and Printing Handouts
Section 1.8. Saving and Closing a Presentation
Section 1.9. Running a Presentation
Chapter 2. Editing Slides
Section 2.1. Editing Text
Section 2.2. Reversing an Action (Undo)
Section 2.3. Finding and Replacing Text Automatically
Section 2.4. Spell Check and Other Editorial Tools
Section 2.5. Adding Special Characters
Chapter 3. Formatting and Aligning Your Text
Section 3.1. Automating Text Formatting
Section 3.2. Manually Formatting Text Appearance
Section 3.3. Manually Aligning and Indenting Text
Section 3.4. Formatting Text Boxes
Chapter 4. Formatting and Laying Out Your Slides
Section 4.1. Changing Slide Layout
Section 4.2. Changing Background Color
Section 4.3. Reapplying Themes, Colors, and Fonts
Chapter 5. Editing Your Slideshow
Section 5.1. Viewing Multiple Slides
Section 5.2. Adding, Deleting, and Moving Slides
Section 5.3. Inserting Slides from Other Slideshows
Section 5.4. Editing Slide and Layout Masters
Section 5.5. Creating Slide Masters and Layout Masters
Section 5.6. Adding Headers and Footers
Chapter 6. Adding Charts, Diagrams, and Tables
Section 6.1. Creating Charts
Section 6.2. Creating Diagrams
Section 6.3. Creating Tables
Part 2: Presenting Your Slideshow
Chapter 7. Delivering Presentations
Section 7.1. Setting Up a Slideshow
Section 7.2. Slideshows for Multiple Audiences
Section 7.3. Presenting Your Slideshow
Section 7.4. Creating PowerPoint Shows
Section 7.5. Emailing Your Presentation
Section 7.6. Packaging Presentations for CD
Section 7.7. Presentations over the Web
Section 7.8. Converting to Other Formats
Section 7.9. Optimizing Presentations
Chapter 8. Printing Presentations
Section 8.1. Printing Slides (One Slide per Page)
Section 8.2. Handouts (Multiple Slides per Page)
Section 8.3. Overhead Transparencies
Section 8.4. Speaker Notes
Section 8.5. Presentation Outline
Section 8.6. Tent Cards
Part 3: Beyond Bullet Points: Multimedia, Animation, and Interactivity
Chapter 9. Putting Images and Documents on Slides
Section 9.1. Drawing on Slides
Section 9.2. Modifying Drawings
Section 9.3. Working with Multiple Drawings
Section 9.4. Adding Pictures from Other Programs
Section 9.5. Modifying Pictures
Section 9.6. Adding Documents from Other Programs
Chapter 10. Adding Sound and Video
Section 10.1. Adding Sound
Section 10.2. Adding Video
Chapter 11. Slide Transitions and Animated Effects
Section 11.1. Slide Transitions
Section 11.2. Custom Animations
Chapter 12. Make Your Slides Clickable
Section 12.1. Adding Links
Section 12.2. Adding Actions
Section 12.3. Editing Links and Actions
Part 4: Working Faster and More Effectively
Chapter 13. Customizing PowerPoint
Section 13.1. Customizing How PowerPoint Looks
Section 13.2. Customizing How PowerPoint Behaves
Section 13.3. Customizing the Way Your Slideshows Run
Section 13.4. Installing Add-Ins
Chapter 14. Macros: Putting Slideshows on Autopilot
Section 14.1. Creating and Editing Macros
Section 14.2. Running Macros
Chapter 15. Collaborating with Others
Section 15.1. Preparing for Collaboration
Section 15.2. Sending Out a File for Review
Section 15.3. Reviewing with Comments
Section 15.4. Finalizing Presentations
Section 15.5. SharePoint and Groove
Section 15.6. Security
Part 5: Appendix
Appendix A. Getting Help
Section A.1. Getting Help from PowerPoint
Section A.2. Displaying Screen Tips
Section A.3. Searching Help Topics
Section A.4. Getting Help from Microsoft
Section A.5. Help from the Community

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There are many compelling reasons to upgrade to Microsoft Office 2007 suite of programs soon - vastly overhauled interfaces, newly designed menus and toolbars, jazzy new features, time-saving templates, and animated effects. Unfortunately, the only thing missing was quality documentation. That is until now. Four new books in the Missing Manual series - the books that should have been in the box - step in to help students, teachers, business professionals, and regular folks of every skill level create slick and professional documents, efficiently manage information and data, and produce polished presentations that are sure to impress.

Microsoft Office 2007 programs are designed to run on both Microsoft Windows (XP Service Pack 2 or later) and Windows Vista - and these new resources are there to answer every question.

Word 2007: The Missing Manual by Chris Grover clearly addresses getting around the radically redesigned user interface with a tabbed toolbar. Readers also discover how to produce sophisticated page layouts, insert forms and tables, use graphics, and generate book-length documents. Practical, jargon-free text makes sharing documents with other people and programs, crafting web pages, automating documents with fields, and automating tasks with macros easy.

Excel 2007: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald covers building spreadsheets, adding and formatting information, printing reports, creating charts and graphics, and using basic formulas and functions. Like its siblings in The Missing Manual series, this book crackles with humor and insight about its subject, guiding readers through the new Excel with clear explanations, step-by-step instructions, lots of illustrations, and friendly, timesaving advice. It’s the perfect primer for small businesses with no techie to turn to, as well as those who want to organize household and office information.

Access 2007: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald ably illuminates this redesigned application. Readers learn about designing complete databases, maintaining them, searching for information, and building attractive forms for quick-and-easy data entry. Even novice Access users are sure to pick up valuable tricks and techniques to automate common tasks - even if they’ve never touched a line of code before. With plenty of downloadable examples, this objective and witty book helps transform Access enthusiasts into power users.

PowerPoint 2007: The Missing Manual by Emily A. Vander Veer specifically covers this new version of the software. The book details all the basics - from creating, saving, setting up, running, and printing a bullets-and-background slideshow to the world of multimedia, animation, and interactivity. Readers learn how to add pictures, sound, video, animated effects, and controls (buttons and links) to their slides, along with ways to pull text, spreadsheets, and animations created in other programs.

Created by popular New York Times columnist and O’Reilly author David Pogue, The Missing Manual series sheds light on their subjects with technical insight, plenty of wit, and hard-nosed objectivity for beginners, veteran stand-alone PC users, and those who know their way around a network. Simplify the challenges of today’s workplace and get more out of the programs you use daily by keeping these latest titles handy and within reach.


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