From the Back Cover
The Student-Teacher Edition of Microsoft Office 2003 is the best-selling version of the software suite, and Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2003, Student-Teacher Edition is the first book to tackle it from the perspective of this unique user. The SE Using format will help you explore advanced techniques that can save you time and help automate repetitive tasks. You will be able to increase your productivity in all areas of any one of the Microsoft Office 2003 applications. You'll also learn ways to make them work better together, further increasing your productivity. Take a look at Microsoft Office 2003 through the eyes of an expert with Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2003, Student-Teacher Edition.
About the Author
Ed Bott is an award-winning computer journalist and one of the most widely recognized voices in the computing world, with more than two decades of experience as a writer and editor at leading magazines, such as PC World, PC Computing and Smart Business. Ed had written many of Que's all-time bestsellers, including Special Edition Using Office 2000, Special Edition Using Windows 98, and Special Edition Using Windows Me. Ed also is co-author of the best-selling, category-owning Windows XP Inside-Out.
Woody Leonhard publishes Woody's Office Watch and Woody's Windows Watch eZines, which are read by more than 500,000 each week. If there is a journalist feared and respected by the geeks at Microsoft, Woody is the guy. Woody's take no prisoners approach to covering Microsoft products as both endeared him to readers worldwide and caused his name to be taken in vain at many a Microsoft product development meeting. He has won an unprecedented six Computer Press Association Awards for his books, newsletters and magazine articles. He is author of many books, including Special Edition Using Office 2000, Woody Teaches Office 97, Woody Teaches Office 2000 and the best-selling Windows XP All in Once Desk Reference for Dummies (Wiley).