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> 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?