RE: Word Bible?

Subject: RE: Word Bible?
From: "Kim McGarghan" <kmcgarghan -at- nssolutions -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2001 14:55:08 -0500

That was the *other* book I looked at. :)


Dear Kim,

I have had a lot of success with Bill Camarda's book "Special Edition
Using Microsoft Word 2000" by Que. It has lots of helpful hints, tips
and uncovers the codes used by Word. Some of the things I've benefited
from most are:

How to create a TOC with additional text imbedded:

Chapter 1 title ......................... 1
This chapter discusses blah blah

Chapter 2 title ......................... 20
This chapter discusses blah yada yada

How to attach a new template to an existing document.
How to enter autotext entries and understanding where the entries are
stored and how they are displayed.

It is full of tips on the "little idiosyncrasies" of Word. Like
Woody's book, this book includes the Special Edition WOPR Pack.

-Dianne Blake
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