If you're looking for guides for Microsoft Word, I've assembled a collection of the best books out there. Whether you're just getting started and want to learn the basics or you're a seasoned pro who needs a complete reference guide, there's something here for you.
This is a must-have for anyone who uses Word on a regular basis, or for anyone who wants to learn how to use Word like a pro. This book functions as both a reference guide and a comprehensive course in Word. But don't let the title fool you -- this covers Word only, and not the entire Office suite.
As the title suggests, this book covers virtually every aspect of Word. However, while it is an excellent guide for users at any level, it is better suited for those who need a all-encompasing reference guide to Word.
Those of you who have little or no experience with Word and want a guide to show you how work its features in an easy to follow format will want to check out this guide from the source. Advanced users will want to skip this one.
Readers who want an inexpensive yet comprehensive guide to Word 2003 loaded with helpful visual aids will want to check this book out. This one is ideal for beginners and intermediate users.
This book is designed for users who are already comfortable working in Word but who want to increase efficiency by learning tips to get the most out of the program. Light on text and heavy on graphics; perfect for users who learn more with visual examples.
This book is definitely designed for advanced users. If you're studying for the Microsoft Office Specialist exam, you will definitely want a copy of this book to help you pass the exam. Unlike the other books on covered here, this guide includes information on all the components of Office -- not just Word.
This guide is perfect for the beginning user who wants to learn fast but who also wants to learn lots of tricks and tips that will help increase one's efficiency from the outset. This guide also includes practical examples of features and what their uses are.