From the Back Cover
This book anticipates the needs of the average user and supports the user "ergonomically". The reader should feel quite able to navigate and utilize the information in the text no matter what their ultimate goal may be. Reader may look at the text from a mainly referential organization, with task based tutorials offered to augment and support the reader experience. Navigation and accessibility of relevant content-through a series of augmented indices, jump tables, margin notes, and exercise tracks, the consumer should have no trouble navigating the text and making full use of all the information provided.
About the Author
Gail Perry is a CPA and a graduate of Indiana University where she studied journalism, computer science and music. In her spare time, she took accounting classes at Illinois State University and passed the CPA exam. Gail is a tax humor columnist for the Indianapolis Star and is the author of several computer and tax-related books, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Doing Your Income Taxes, and Using Quicken 5 for Windows. In addition to writing, Gail teaches computer classes (including Excel) at the Indiana CPA society.