Microsoft Office 2003 provides a powerful integrated suite of programs with which to create and share documents and presentations, communicate, and analyze business information. It takes advantage of the latest technologies such as XML and Microsoft SharePoint to extend desktop productivity and workspace collaboration over an intranet or the Internet. This visual book covers these changes and all other important features of the Office system in a format that is easy for new users to get working quickly and upgrading users to learn what's different in this version. Other features of the book include a "Troubleshooting Guide" to help solve common problems, a "Project Guide" with a listing of real-world projects by feature, and a "MOS Exam Guide" with a complete listing of MOS objectives. This provides a definite advantage over the competition, since no other visual book offers this feature. Topics covered in this book are Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Publisher, creating web pages with Office, sharing information within Office Docs, collaboration with Office, and InfoPath 2003.
You don't have to read this book in any particular order. We've designed the book so that you can jump in, get the information you need, and jump out. However, the book does follow a logical progression from simple tasks to more complex ones. Each task is no more than two pages long. To find the information that you need, just look up the task in the table of contents, index, or troubleshooting guide, and turn to the page listed. Read the task introduction, follow the step-by-step instructions along with the illustration, and you're done.