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- Publication Date: June 1, 2014
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- Language: English
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I tried to find the answers to a vexing problem...couldn't seem to find it in Dummies or another helpful simple book (which I had read from the beginning ) so it was then that I reached for Mr. K. Emerson's book., Beginning Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Office. I didn't want to read it as one would usually read a book....I was using my new PC and needed some QUICK help with a couple of simple (?) 8.1 problems.
You can imagine my dismay when I discovered this book DOES NOT HAVE AN INDEX! NOT EVEN A SIMPLE INDEX! I checked the Table of Contents and in my ignorant state, couldn't seem to find a hint of what section I might find my answer. I was impatient, I set it aside and found my answers in another book.
Now that I have been using my new PC for a month, and I want to get more proficient with 8.1 and try Office 2013, I will go back and begin to read it from Page 1 as Mr. Emerson no doubt had intended. The Table of Contents is quite complete and has more meaning for me now. His book appears to contain a wealth of helpful information written in a simple, easily understood manner that no doubt will really broaden my horizons and ability to get the most out of Windows 8.1 and Office 2013.
Note: Although I do NOT REGRET having purchased this book, I had read several very good reviews of this book by Amazon customers...and now I remember the one review that briefly mentioned the missing INDEX! If you are going to purchase only one book...this may be a problem for you.