Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Word 2003

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More than any other, this book offers systematic, real-world guidance for experienced Word users, based upon the types of print and electronic documents you actually create, and the productivity challenges you actually face. It goes far beyond the basics, offering hundreds of advanced tips and techniques for maximizing productivity, automating short and long documents, using Word's powerful Web content creation capabilities, and much more. It also includes practical coverage of ...

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Overview

More than any other, this book offers systematic, real-world guidance for experienced Word users, based upon the types of print and electronic documents you actually create, and the productivity challenges you actually face. It goes far beyond the basics, offering hundreds of advanced tips and techniques for maximizing productivity, automating short and long documents, using Word's powerful Web content creation capabilities, and much more. It also includes practical coverage of Word's latest features for collaboration and

Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Word 2003 reflects the insights of one of the world's most experienced and best-selling Word authors, offering objective guidance on both troubleshooting and the feature "gotchas" that Microsoft doesn't publicize.

The accompanying CD includes a FREE copy of Woody¿s Office Power Pack (WOPR) ¿ the #1 enhancement to Office. This software sells for $49.99 but you get it here for free with no obligations attached! Additional content and updates will be available at the author's Web site, www.billcamarda.com.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789729583
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 12/16/2003
  • Series: Special Edition Using Series
  • Pages: 1231
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Camarda (http://www.billcamarda.com) is a consultant and writer who specializes in helping leading technology companies deploy and market advanced computing and Internet technologies and services. His 17 previous books include Que's best-selling Special Edition Using Word 2002, Special Edition Using Word 2000, and Special Edition Using Word 97, as well as Microsoft Office Deployment and Administration and Microsoft Office Administrator's Desk Reference.

About the Contributing Authors

Patricia Cardoza didn't plan on spending her life working with computers. She graduated from the University of California, Davis with a degree in Environmental Sciences, but every job she has ever had has involved computers. Finally, in 1996, she stopped fighting the inevitable and took a job as an IT manager for a telecommunications company in Sacramento, California. For the past five years, she's been working as the co-network administrator, Exchange administrator, programmer, and resident Outlook expert for a box company in central California. In 2001, Microsoft awarded Patricia Most Valuable Professional status for Microsoft Outlook.

For the past four years, Patricia has been writing about Exchange and Outlook for various online technical journals, including TechRepublic, .NET Magazine, and Microsoft's Office Communities page. She takes on small independent consulting projects in her spare time, mostly related to programming Outlook forms and Access databases. Patricia is also a gadget geek and loves playing with the latest wireless devices. She is currently implementing an 802.11g network in her home and has a Pocket PC Phone Edition that goes everywhere with her. Patricia wrote Chapter 27 and revised Chapters 30 and 32.

J. Boyd Nolan is a senior software developer working for NetIQ Corporation. Boyd has been in the computing industry for over 15 years, with experience including system/network administration, database administration and development, and general application development. He has experience architecting and developing security and auditing applications, as well as large-scale n-tier Web applications for business and engineering uses. He holds bachelor and master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma (Boomer Sooner!). Boyd currently lives in Norman, Oklahoma, with the two loves of his life: his wife, Lisa, and son, Justin. Boyd wrote Chapter 25 and revised Chapter 35.

Faithe Wempen, M.A., is a Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor and an A+ certified PC technician. A 12-year veteran in the computer book publishing industry, she is the author of more than 70 books on computer operating systems, office applications, and hardware/A+ certification. She teaches Computer Information Technology and Technical Communications courses at Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis and is in the process of developing a graduate-level course in writing effective software documentation. She also co-owns Sycamore Knoll Bed and Breakfast (http://www.sycamoreknoll.com) in Noblesville, Indiana. Faithe revised Chapters 24 and 34.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
I Word Basics: Get Productive Fast
1 What's New in Microsoft Office Word 2003 9
2 Navigating Word 2003 21
3 Essential Document Creation and Management Techniques 69
4 Quick and Effective Formatting Techniques 107
5 Controlling Page Features 157
6 Printing and Faxing in Word 193
7 Using Word's Speech Control, Dictation, and Handwriting Features 229
II Building Slicker Documents Faster
8 Making the Most of Word's Proofing and Research Tools 253
9 Automating Your Documents 287
10 Streamlining Your Formatting with Styles 329
11 Templates, Wizards, and Add-Ins 355
12 Structuring and Organizing Information with Tables 387
III The Visual Word: Making Documents Look Great
13 Getting Images into Your Documents 437
14 Using Word's Quick and Easy Drawing Tools 483
15 Visualizing Your Message with Graphs, Diagrams, and Org Charts 511
16 Word Desktop Publishing 557
IV Industrial-Strength Document Production Techniques
17 Using Mail Merge Effectively 583
18 Outlining: Practical Techniques for Organizing Any Document 619
19 Master Documents: Control and Share Even the Largest Documents 653
20 Tables of Contents, Figures, Authorities, and Captions 681
21 Building More Effective Indexes 715
22 Using Footnotes, Bookmarks, and Cross-References 743
23 Automating Your Documents with Field Codes 771
V Word, the Internet, and XML
24 Using Word to Develop Web Content 803
25 Using Word to Develop XML Content and Use XML Applications 837
VI The Corporate Word
26 Managing Document Collaboration and Revisions 873
27 Online Document Collaboration Using SharePoint Team Services 909
28 Creating Forms 933
29 Leveraging Microsoft Office 2003's Power from Word 961
30 Using Word as an Email Editor 999
31 Customizing Word 1019
32 Recording and Running Visual Basic Macros 1069
33 Word Document Privacy and Security Options 1087
34 Managing Word More Effectively 1113
35 Using Word's Multilingual and Accessibility Features 1131
A What's on Que's WOPR CD 1145
Index 1155
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