Running Microsoft Word for Windows 95: In-Depth Reference and Inside Tips from the Software Experts

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Microsoft Press, 1995 - Computers - 1009 pages
Written by Russell Borland, longtime Microsoft Word aficionado and member of the original Microsoft Word development team, Running Microsoft Word for Windows 95, Select Edition provides expert information and advice on:
Word for Windows 95 Basics - creating, proofreading, editing, formatting, and printing documents; tips on mouse use, shortcut menus, and finding your work.
Windows 95 and Word for Windows 95 Enhancements - working with files and folders, using long filenames, enhanced AutoCorrect and AutoFormat for smooth document development, and inserting names and addresses from your electronic address book into a document.
Pillars of Word - using the seven core features of Word - styles, fields, templates, macros, tables, frames and sections - to build dynamic, professional-looking documents.
Simplifying Document Tasks - tips on creating page layouts, forms, and mail merges.
Getting Beyond Text - building compound documents mixing text, data, and graphics from Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft applications.
Seamless Workgroup Computing - assembling complex documents using a master document, and reviewing and revising documents as a team.

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