Dan Gookin's For Dummies guides to Word have consistently led the pack, selling more than 1.7 million copies in previous editions. The author's irreverent sense of humor and crystal-clear prose make getting up to speed on Word a snap.
Thoroughly updated to cover Word's new interface, new file format options, and new collaboration and connectivity features. An essential resource for everyone who wants to hit the ground running with Word 2007 and make the most of all the new features.
Table of Contents: • Part I: Hello, Word!
• Part II: Word Processing Basics.
• Part III: Formatting.
• Part IV: Making Your Document All Fancy-Schmancy.
• Part V: What Else Is Left?
• Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Having used Word 2003 for a number of years and liking it I was forced to update to the new Word 2007 due to the office upgrading it's Office Suite from 2003 to 2007 and like many other people I was quite startled and slightly lost with the new look User Interface. I was muddling my way through using it when the chance to review this book came up and having used other Dummies books before I leapt at the chance and I was not disappointed.
It covers all the essentials that I was used to from the previous versions of Word as well as highlighting some of the new features that I hadn't yet experimented with yet.
While this book does seem to be aimed at the first time Word user, and not someone who has upgraded from a previous version of Word, this is still worthwhile if even to refresh your memory.
Oh and the fabulous 'The Fifth Wave' cartoons are once again present and just as good as ever.
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