First Look: Microsoft Office 2010
by Katherine Murray
Publisher: Microsoft Press 2010
Number of pages: 202
Whether you work primarily in the office or on the go, you'll find smart tools in this release that enable you to get your work done easier, faster, and more professionally than ever. All the freedom to multitask built into Office 2010 has an upside you might not expect: being able to work anywhere, anytime means more flexibility, which translates to higher efficiency and effectiveness.
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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 the Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, FrontPage, Publisher, and Visio.
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