A Guide to Word 2002
by Adrian Beck, Mark Maynard, Richard Rodger
Publisher: Software Made Simple 2014
Number of pages: 67
This unit provides a quick overview of the functionality of Microsoft Word 2002. MS-Word is the word processor of the MS-Office XP productivity software suite. The emphasis in this unit is on giving an overview of the basic knowledge required to work productively with Word, rather than a detailed step-by-step introductory tutorial.
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