[IT education] Better writing with Word
My last question about master documents and my experiences at work and with friend which are
currently putting together their theses have inspired me: I'd like to put together a brochure or
(very) thin book about Word basics for my colleagues and friends. Not just explaining how to use
Word features but why and when.
I only want to include some of the basics which seem to escape the average user and which are
obviously not taught in school and university courses:
peter -at- knowhowpro -dot- com
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