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Subject:Re: Looking for a good Word 7 book From:Peggy Schillinger <Peggy -dot- Schillinger -at- CMS-STL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 14 Oct 1997 14:37:59 -0500
Nyman, Rikki wrote:
> I need a good Word 7 reference. Our licensing agreement doesn't
> documentation and online isn't always helpful. I want something
> comparable to the Hacker's Guide. Do any of you have a good, heavy
There is very little difference between Word 6 and Word 7. You need
"Word for Windows 6 Super Book" by Herb Tyson. SAMS Publishing.
Best regards....Peggy Schillinger
> rikki -dot- nyman -at- alliedsignal -dot- com
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