John Pierce was a Microsoft® employee for nearly 12 years and now enjoys being a freelance writer and editor. He is the author of Microsoft Office Access® 2003 Inside Track, the coauthor of Microsoft Small Business Kit, and has contributed to numerous other books about Microsoft software.
Geoff Evelyn enjoys over 25 years in Information Technology with over 10 years' experience in SharePoint®, covering development, design and implementation. He majors in SharePoint information systems design, architecture, implementation, planning, governance and automation, all in the land of SharePoint. Geoff headed the team to introduce SharePoint to the Scottish Highland University in 2001 and then on to over 30 Scottish colleges. He then went on to help implement, manage and govern SharePoint in many global companies. Geoff is a Fellow of Institute of Analysts and Programmers, a member of the Institute for the Management of Information Systems and has published many articles and guides on SharePoint, all available online and on his website (http://www.sharepointgeoff.com). Geoff is an MCITP in SharePoint 2010 Administrator, and holds an MCTS in SharePoint 2007 in Configuration and Development. He is also a Microsoft® Office Specialist Project, Word, Outlook® and PowerPoint®, holds MCDST and is a Prince 2 Practitioner.
Comments about oreilly MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft Word Expert, Excel Expert, Access, and SharePoint:
This book looks solid or I wouldn't have bought it. However, the companion files are not at the link given. This is true of several of the other books in this series too. I would think, since the book is already published, it would be possible to go ahead and hang the files at the given link. Even if it was wrong to start with...then it would be right. But, at least the correct location should be published on this page (if it is, then it should be in a more obvious place). It's sad because a good effort can be wasted by an error like this. Yet, it's also easily corrected.
Merchant response: You can download the companion files at http://examples.oreilly.com/9780735657885-files/ or by following the Companion Content link in the Essential Links section of this page.
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