Re: What's a good book for Word?

Subject: Re: What's a good book for Word?
From: Rinc Sergej <Sergej -dot- Rinc -at- SKB -dot- SI>
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 1998 09:57:36 +0100

I've found Using MS Word 97 from Que very valuable with useful Tips
for general Word functions and new functionalities in Word 97, too.

You can find Contents and Sample Chapter online from a link at

and just Word 97 New Features (very long URL, copy&paste it into
browser address line) at:


Boy, that was long. :-)

Sergej Rinc
Technical Director, Sinonim d.o.o.
Prekorje 49, 3211 Skofja vas
fax/BBS +386 63 411 448
mailto:info -at- sinonim -dot- si

> ----------
> From: JRG[SMTP:techwriter -at- ARISTOTLE -dot- NET]
> Sent: 30. marec 1998 22:02
> Subject: Re: What's a good book for Word?
> The best one I've used thus far is a manual published by Borland.
> "RUNNING MICROSOFT WORD 97" It's very comprehensive and covers
> everything you can think of... and it does it in a very readable
> language. I love it.
> Jim Gilliam
> Technical Writer
> GarverPlus Engineers
> techwriter -at- aristotle -dot- net
> Matthew Bin wrote:
> >
> > >Subject: What's a good book for Word?

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