Microsoft Office Reference Guide
by Tom Bunzel
Publisher: Pearson Education 2004
Number of pages: 330
Tom Bunzel creates an imaginary business so that the basis for this Guide becomes a sort of theoretical case study. He builds the business using and explaining the various Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, FrontPage, Publisher, and Visio.
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