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    What are the best books to learn from. (Office 2000 Premium)

    Hello, I was wanting to know the best books to learn from. I am a beginner and will take a class before long. I do have Woody's Teaches Office 2000 witch is a good book but it is only one. Since I am a novice about office I do need some advice. I would like to know some good beginners books and then some good intermediate level books and some expert books too. I'll just buy the beginners starting out but as time goes by I know I would want better books to learn more from and the class will help alot. Thanks for any help and for helping me. I have Office 2000 Premium but its from the developer's edition but I'll worry about that when I know Office good. Also Windows 98 OS. Thanks for help. Hokiejack.

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    Re: What are the best books to learn from. (Office 2000 Premium)

    Office is a group of application products, so learning "Office" is a sort of vague goal. There are 6-in-one books that cover the basics of *using* Office, including the basic use of each application, and there are in depth books on each application. What exactly are you looking for? It isn't likely that you'll become an expert in more than a couple of the Office apps anyhow. The objects models of the apps are different enough that most of us specialize. I can use all the apps and can even program them if I really work at it. Access is the only one I'm expert in now, although several versions back I was equally expert in Excel. <img src=/S/shrug.gif border=0 alt=shrug width=39 height=15>
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    Re: What are the best books to learn from. (Office 2000 Premium)

    I have and like Using Office 2000 by Ed Bott & Woody Leonhard. I don't have the book you mention so I can't compare. Of course, as Charlotte says, these books are very general, but can give you a bosic understanding of how to use them.

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