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Frustrated by MS Word? Excel just doesn't seem to add up? Feel powerless using PowerPoint and MS Outlook?
Enough already! Carol has a book to help you learn Office the EASY WAY!
Carol Bratt has done it again -- and just in time! Whether you're an MS Office veteran or just beginning to learn the ropes, Carol's new Tips and Tricks eBook series on MS Office 2007 is just for you!
If you've ever used the cumbersome help menu in any of the MS Office suites, then you know just how frustrating it can be when you can't find what you're searching for, or the function you're trying to learn isn't clearly explained. But there's a simple solution: Carol will lay it all out for you -- so you can get from point A to B lickity split -- all the while keeping your sanity in check!
Who is Carol Bratt?
Carol Bratt isn't a self-proclaimed MS Office Guru -- she's the real deal. She's a Microsoft Certified Professional who has plenty of experience explaining things in simple English.
You see, Carol isn't a techno-geek: she started her career as a legal assistant and was thrown in at the deep end when the firm's resident IT expert quit. She took over the support role, not because she knew all the computer jargon, but because people knew she could explain things in a way anyone could understand.
" Setting margins and tabs in MS Word no longer requires Rocket Science! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! " ~ Shelly P.
" I can always count on you to know the answer and explain it clearly and thoroughly. " ~ Pat B.
Why Everyone Should Read Carol's eBooks
Let's be honest. MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook are very powerful applications packed full of useful features -- features that were designed to make our lives easier. But with so many features, so many options, and so many menus, it can be nightmare trying to figure out how to get anything done!
Sure, MS Office has a Help Menu with instructions that are explained "step by step". But if you're like me, you need some pictures to go along with those instructions. I can't tell you how many times I've used the Help Menu in MS Word and I can't get to the next "step" because I can't find the menu or feature that was explained in the previous step.
It's R E A L L Y aggravating!
This is where Carol's new eBooks shine: she doesn't just tell you what to do, she shows you! And the info is totally up to date for these new editions -- you won't just learn how to do things, you'll learn there are things you didn't even know you could do! These are the guides that Microsoft should have written themselves!
" What would be really great is if we could replace that highly annoying and unhelpful paper clip wizard in MS Office with [Carol]. But for now, your eBook will do just fine! Thanks a million for all the great tips!" ~ Jocelyn S.
" [Carol's MS Office Tips and Tricks 2006 edition] speaks volumes for itself." ~ Dave A.
MS Office Help: Designed from a Beginner's Perspective
The guides are just the right length. They are jam-packed with useful information, but aren't so bulky that they are intimidating or unwieldy to use.
" Some of your tips in MS word really helped me cut down my time (esp. table of contents). Thanks for that!!! You made my job easier." ~ Praveen N.
" I can't thank you enough for [your article on] mail merge... It has refreshed my memory and all is great once again. You have saved me a ton of typing. Again, thank you." ~ John H.
" You are absolutely amazing. I am going into the classroom right now to rave about you. And the instruction -- my God, the instructions -- they are terrific!!!!! Thank you so much!" ~ Kathleen L.
"I googled for advice on table of contents hyperlinks, which led me to your book. I bought it and within minutes I had very easy instructions! My problems are solved! ... Many thanks for your help!" ~ John D.