Microsoft Office 2003 is the sixth version of Microsoft's best-selling Office suite. As such, most of the audience is comprised of people who have used previous versions of Office and are quite familiar with most of the features. Upgraders do not need a 800-page book that covers every aspect of every Office application. They need a book that's focused only on what's new, so that they can move forward with a minimum of fuss. That's what this book is all about.
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About the Author
Mike Gunderloy is an independent developer and author who has been working with computers for 25 years. His experience with Microsoft Office dates back to Office 4.3 which, despite the number, was the very first version of the integrated suite. In the intervening years, he has worked closely with the Office product team, participating in focus groups and even contributing some code to the finished product. Mike has written or contributed to more than 20 books on development topics. He's currently the editor of the weekly Developer Central newsletter. You can reach Mike at MikeG1@larkfarm.com or visit his Web site at http://www.larkware.com.
Susan Sales Harkins is an independent consultant with an expertise in Access. With Mike, Susan has written two Access books: Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Office Access 2003 and Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Access 2002, both from Que. Currently, Susan writes for a number of technology-based publishers and magazines, including Element K Journals, builder.com, and devx.com. Her most recent books, also with Mike, include Exam Cram 2 ICDL and ICDL Practice Questions Exam Cram 2, both from Que.