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Sign up to our newsletter for new releases, events and special offers Subscribe. We're open 7 days a week and deliver for a flat rate, Australia-wide. I have bought several of these books over the years in fact, there are four of them in the office with me as I write this. Were my expectations met?
Let's see in this review. Unlike some other explain-it-all books I've read recently, this one is aimed at both total newcomers and people upgrading from previous editions. That's a tricky thing to balance because there has to be sufficient explanation for the newcomers, but not so much that people who already know something about the subject will get bored and wander off. I think, all in all, the authors did a good job of walking that tightrope. The book explains in great detail the Office applications that more people are likely to use: Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.
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There are a few brief references to Office , but if you want any kind of thorough explanation of that edition of Office, you'll need to seek out another book. I would suggest our recently reviewed Microsoft Office Inside Out: Edition , which does a dandy job of explaining Office I found this approach somewhat surprising.
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The search turns up this book, which says very little about that subject. Each of the five sections explaining the major Office apps has the same structure: An introduction to the absolute basics, which is mostly designed for newcomers but contains information about the features that are new to Office that people who are upgrading should know about followed by chapters that explain the essential commands and skills one needs to know to be comfortable using the app in question, and finishing with multiple chapters devoted to subjects of great interest to advanced users.
As with all books of this nature, the chapters can be read in any order or skipped entirely, depending on the individual reader's needs. With the arrangement of topics from simple to complex, it should be easy for nearly everyone to go straight to the information they need in the book. Here, for example, is the e-book edition's table of contents for Word.
I decided to test out the book by reading the instructions for using Outlook. I had used Outlook at a job I had circa , didn't like it much and hadn't touched it since. I was curious to see how much of it I remembered, and how much has been changed over the years—and if Outlook was easier to use now that Microsoft has had years to work on it and improve it. The authors start out by saying that Outlook isn't just for email any more, and that's definitely true. While I had used a few of the other features before like the calendar, since it was my job to print out and post the departmental calendar every week I hadn't done much of anything with contacts, the task list, notes or the folders.
All of those features are noticeably different in Outlook , so I read through the Outlook chapters carefully before I began to work my way through the program.
I am reviewing the e-book edition, so once I started practicing, I could flip back and forth between the program and the book easily when necessary. Office The Missing Manual doesn't include practice files like some other similar books do, but I didn't find that to be a problem. The instructions are very clear and it was easy to follow through step by step, and the text is interspersed with many helpful tips and hints and suggestions for other pages in the book to turn to for more information.
This was a great idea, and made it easy to find more information or just keep going, according to the reader's needs. Search, sort, and summarize huge amounts of data in minutes. Put your info to use. Turn raw info into well-formatted printed reports. Dive into Access programming.
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