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Microsoft Office 97 Secrets

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Office 97 secrets(R) The Office partner you can depend on With five of the world's leading applications, a treasure trove of supplementary components, and a complete programming language, Office 97 will meet nearly every one of your computing challenges--if you can find the critical tools and techniques hidden inside the powerful software suite. Team up with Office 97 secrets(R). More than a guide to the fundamental features and functions of Office 97, this thorough hands-on tutorial/reference will show you hundreds of undocumented shortcuts and advanced tips that will help you make the most of Office 97. You had questions -- now you have ... secrets(R)! Uncover all the Office secrets Take complete control of Office 97's advanced customizing techniques Optimize your productivity with the Office Shortcut Bar Master Office 97's hidden file management and data exchange features Build powerful VBA macros to automate tasks Learn expert editing and formatting techniques in Word Explore advanced Excel data analysis features Publish Access databases on the Internet Manage your schedules, contacts, and e-mail with Outlook Create spectacular Web pages with Office 97 CD-ROM Inside! Try out an outstanding selection of over 30 Office 97 freeware & shareware programs including: Program Enhancements Office Toys -- a Word toolbar with a slew of useful add-on features Power Utility Pak -- a top-notch Excel cornucopia including 30 utilities, 40 custom functions, and a full set of shortcut menus Check Writer -- an Access application that writes and prints your checks Janitor in a DLL -- prevents Outlook from cleaning out important messages Internet Tools Net Diary -- an Internet Explorer add-on that automatically keeps track of all the Web sites you visit Infocourier -- converts HTML files into stand-alone executable hypertext documents FTP Explorer -- makes browsing FTP files so much easier Dunces -- fixes the weaknesses in Windows' dial-up networking feature System and File Compression Utilities ClipMate -- a must for anyone doing serious editing with Office RADFind -- finds any document in a flash from with Office WinUpD8R -- synchronizes desktop and notebook versions of your document files 4DOS -- boosts your command line with many wonderful features WinZip and ZipFolders -- must-have utilities if you work with Zip archives Graphics and Text Editors Paint Shop Pro -- a powerhouse bitmap editor, with lots of special effects NotePad+ -- edits multiple large text files at the same time Plus all the Office 97 macros discussed in the book, and much more ... Shareware programs are fully functional, free trial versions of copyrighted programs. If you like particular programs, register with their author for a nominal fee and receive licenses, enhanced versions, and technical support. Freeware programs are free, copyrighted games, applications, and utilities. You can copy them to as many PCs as you like--free--but they have no technical support.

Computing & ITBusiness applicationsIntegrated software packagesMicrosoft OfficeComputing & ITOperating systemsMicrosoft Windows Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc Publication Date: 04/06/1997 ISBN-13: 9780764530159  Details: Type: Books & other media combined Format: Books
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About the Authors Steve Cummings and Robert Cowart have been writing about computers individually and jointly since the early 1980s. Steve is the author of hundreds of published articles in magazines such as PC Week, PC/Computing, Macworld, and Keyboard and has been a database columnist for PC World. He has authored or coauthored ten books. Bob has now written over 18 books, including IDG Books Worldwide's Windows NT Server 4.0 Administrator's Bible.

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