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Computer Science - Software Engineering | Beginning Microsoft Word Business Documents - From Novice to Professional

Beginning Microsoft Word Business Documents

From Novice to Professional

Marshall, James J.

2006, XIV, 216 p.

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Even relatively experienced users of Microsoft Word are often frustrated when trying to create specialized documents such as newsletters, brochures, grant applications and proposals. There are plenty of templates available on the Internet, but these rarely include instructions or show how to modify and customize the template to suit individual needs.

Beginning Business Documents in Microsoft Word walks the reader through the creation of new business documents and the modification of existing templates. Samples of business documents, such as a business plan, are included so that the reader gains a clear grasp of where to start, what to include, why charts are helpful - and how to create them - and the best ways to use fonts to show clear organization.

Basic to medium knowledge of Word is assumed, but the reader is not expected to know how to create sophisticated documents and layouts.

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » Microsoft Word - form - template

Related subjects » Software Engineering

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