Special Edition Using Microsoft Word 2000by Bill Camarda, Michael Larson, Bill Ray
This may be the most detailed book about Word ever written -- and all 1,400 pages have a single goal: to help you become more productive and effective. You'll find step-by-step, detailed help with virtually anything you'll ever want to do with Word, from writing a book to building a Web site, creating a newsletter to streamlining your document review process. Wherever there's an opportunity to save time using Word's document automation features, you'll learn about it here. You'll also find more than 20 brand-new, detailed projects that walk you through some of most challenging document production tasks you're likely to encounter.
- The #1 bestseller, 100% updated and 400 pages bigger!
- Step-by-step, hands-on solutions to your toughest document problems
- Don't just learn Word's document automation features: make the most of them!
- The most detailed, real-world coverage of Best practices for managing complex documents and workgroup reviews
- New! 100+ pages of Word 2000 web/intranet site-building coverage
- Word document security -- including how to avoid macro viruses!
- Extensive coverage of Word's new multilingual features
- 100s of new productivity and troubleshooting tips, plus a complete field reference
- CD-ROM: More than 1,500 pages of up-to-the-moment Office 2000 info: Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher & FrontPage -- plus a complete, fully-licensed copy of WOPR, the world's #1 Office add-in!
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Help screens give more thorough information. It does not note serious flaws in Word 2000 such as the disaterous reformatting by the Master Document template when inserting subdocuments created using their own separate templates. Microsoft says Word 2002 will solve the problem. If you create a master document and use its template when creating subdocuments, the result may be as advertised. I don't know. I haven't tried it yet.