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Special Edition Using Microsoft OfficeXP - by Ed Bott, Woody Leonhard of Woody's Office Watch.
The ultimate Office reference written by two of the world's leading authorities on Microsoft Office. The book contains hundreds of undocumented features plus Woody's Office Power Pack XP.
Paperback - 1400 pp (published June 2001) Que; ISBN 0789725134
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Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Inside Out - by Jim Buyens.
Written for existing FrontPage users upgrading to XP. A thorough overview of features with in-depth reference plus tips& tricks, advanced tutorials and troubleshooting. CD contains full source code for examples in the text plus macros and custom components.
Paperback - 1200 pp (published May 2001) Microsoft Press; ISBN 0735612846
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Paperback - 850pp (published August 2001) Hungry Minds Inc; ISBN 0764547992
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Paperback - 760 pp + CD (published August 2001) Hungry Minds; ISBN 076454800X
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Excel Charts - by John Walkenbach.
For Intermediate to Advanced users wanting to master charting. The book starts with basic chart-making and progresses to creating charts using VBA. Included are more than 150 workbooks and four chart add-ins with bonus material on the CD.
Paperback - 552pp (December 2002)
Wiley; Includes CD-ROM; ISBN 0764517643
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Microsoft Outlook Programming: Jumpstart for Administrators, Developers, and Power Users - by Sue Mosher.
This book introduces key concepts for programming Outlook forms for storing/exchanging data and VBA modules to add new features. Users familiar with macros and templates in Excel and Word will be able to follow examples in this book to customise Outlook 2002. Developers will find the quick-start information they need to begin integrating Outlook into their applications.
Paperback - 504pp (October 2002)
Butterworth-Heinemann; ISBN 1555582869
£35.00 Order here from Amazon.
Windows XP Books
Windows XP All-in-one Desk Reference for Dummies - by Woody Leonhard.
This is the only Windows XP reference book that dares to tell the truth about Windows XP - what works, what doesn't, and how to avoid the elephant traps. It isn't designed to be read cover-to-cover but kept on the desk to answer the inevitable Windows problems. All with the irreverent attitude expected from Woody and the Dummies series.
Paperback - 758 pp (not yet published) Hungry Minds Inc; ISBN 0764515489
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