Quick Course books offer you streamlined instruction in the form of no-nonsense, to-the-point tutorials and learning exercises. The core of each book is a logical sequence of straightforward, easy-to-follow instructions for building useful business skills—the same skills that you use on the job. QUICK COURSE IN MICROSOFT OFFICE 2000 offers fast-paced tutorials to help you quickly grasp application basics and build proficiency using Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint®, Microsoft Outlook™, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5, Microsoft FrontPage®, and Microsoft Publisher. Microsoft Office 2000 offers you more Web integration along with better collaboration and authoring/editing capabilities across the suite of applications.
Topics covered by QUICK COURSE IN MICROSOFT OFFICE 2000 include:
Microsoft Access 2000—building database solutions and tracking information
Microsoft Excel 2000—using the powerful, Web-ready spreadsheet program
FrontPage 2000—designing and publishing Web pages
Internet Explorer 5 software—getting the most out of the Internet and intranets
Outlook 2000—communicating and managing information on the desktop
PowerPoint 2000—making high-impact presentations
Microsoft Publisher 2000—developing print and Web publications
Microsoft Word 2000—creating impressive documents
Quick Course® in Microsoft® Office 2000
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Online Press was founded in 1987 and has published the Quick Course® series since 1991. The company has extensive experience in all aspects of book publishing, and has also been involved in data preparation for CD-ROM and online services.
The Online Press founders, Salley Oberlin and Joyce Cox, have both worked in computer book publishing for many years. Salley Oberlin has been creating computer books since shortly after computers migrated to the desktop and became personal. She established the editorial department at Sybex Inc. and helped Sybex grow into a leading computer book publishing company. As editorial director and one of the four founding directors of Microsoft Press, she was a major force in putting high-quality computer books on the bookstore shelves. Joyce Cox worked for Sybex as an editor and for Microsoft Press as its first managing editor. She draws on twenty years' experience in writing and editing technical subjects for nontechnical audiences as she guides the development and writing of the books in the Quick Course® series.