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Did it's job Feb. 7 2010
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It was for class. I needed the set of four tho, and didn't know it. So I shouldnt have purchased this. There is also an access, powerpoint, and excel book that I needed.
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Good book on something I should have already known Dec 27 2009
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Well, as my computer skills are lacking and an injury has me in job retraining I was informed that I needed to take some basic MS Office coursework. One of the items was MS Word. The book was great, thank goodness as the instructor merely recited word per word from the book, most definitely not earning her pay. I learned the basics of MS Word and will keep the book for reference when needed. The item arrived in excellent condition and in a timely manner. Great transaction all the way around. Sorry it has taken a while to write this review.
Good Deal, Book in good shape March 2 2012
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Great way to shop - was not disappointed. My wife runs the office and like the manuals for reference. Book was like new, will shop here again. Thank you, DJH
Microsoft Office Word 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques (Shelly Cashman). I appreciate the fast turn around time. Feb. 25 2011
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This book is well laid out and easy to understand. The step by step, visual format makes it easy for anyone to quickly complete topics without guesswork - it shows all the steps needed for understanding. This can be used as an excellent manual or reference book, generally you can go directly to a topic and learn all that you need to know about that topic without having to read previous sections.

The book starts off by covering the features common to all Microsoft Office 2007 programs - extremely useful to quickly familiarize youself with the general workings of any Microsoft Office 2007 programs.
If "Introductory" is what you want, "Introductory" is what you'll get Jan. 11 2011
By bibliogal - Published on
In order to get the best learning experience from the Shelly Cashman "Introductory" books for Office 2007 apps is to also have handy some other instructional text to back it up ... because you WILL be left wondering. Sometimes an Office 2003 text will help if you can find a way to adapt it to the 2007 software, but because Office 2007 is far more powerful than Office 2003, you may still be left wanting. If you're going with this particular series, try to get either the "Complete" or "Comprehensive" levels for the application you want to learn. Mind you, the "Introductory" issue is a great basic book: lots of hands-on projects, written instructions, pictures, explanations, etc., etc. But, going straight for the "Complete" edition will net you not only new information and more projects and stuff, but you'll get ALL of the "Introductory" edition. If you can go all out and get the "Comprehensive" edition you'll receive - in that one book - ALL of the "Introductory" edition AND ALL of the "Complete" edition, AS WELL AS whatever two or three chapters were added to make it deserve a "Comprehensive" distinction.

But there's something that's maddening about all of these books. Nowhere in the independent hands-on exercises will you see an example of what it looks like if you've correctly completed a project - know what I mean? If you're teaching yourself, you want that feature. It's helpful. Another thing it does is get cute and throw at you an instruction to create or do something that hasn't yet been introduced - so how would you know how to accomplish and finish the project? That's not useful, it's not cute, and for what the book costs, it sure as hell ain't funny. Fortunately, Maryland has a fantastic library system and I'm able to borrow whatever "Comprehensive" edition I need. But for those of you who don't have that resource, take heed to what I said in the beginning, or maybe you can get your hands on an Instructor's edition that more than likely has everything we're missing as mere students.