- Series: Inside Out
- Paperback: 962 pages
- Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (October 7, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0735626898
- ISBN-13: 978-0735626898
- Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1.9 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 31 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,447,874 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Ed Bott is an award-winning journalist and one of the most recognized voices in the computing world. He's known to millions of readers through two decades of writing for leading industry publications and more than 25 books on Microsoft® Office and Windows®.
Carl Siechert specializes in writing and producing product documentation for the personal computer industry. Carl has coauthored dozens of books, including WINDOWS® 7 INSIDE OUT, MICROSOFT® WINDOWS XP NETWORKING AND SECURITY INSIDE OUT, and several other popular titles.
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I borrowed a couple of books from the library before buying a reference because I wanted to see which one would be the better choice. I was having a problem with calendars at the time; events were not showing up by default, and the best I was able to do on my own, poking around, resulted in my getting multiple email messages once I finally did get the event on the calendar. I didn't want that happening either.
This book and another book seemed like good candidates online, but the other book turned out to be completely inadequate. This one? I was able to determine in about two minutes that the reason I was having problems was because there are multiple calendars, a fact I knew but hadn't paid much attention to. Getting the event to show was just a matter of getting it on the right calendar. Problem solved.
The second time I tried to use this book, I had a task that was not acting correctly. I couldn't find a solution for what it was doing, so I ended up deleting the task and then creating it again. I suspect that it was just buggy software.
Sometimes you just need to be able to check the book to find out how to do what you need to do. This book does a reasonably good job. And it is certainly better than the other reference I tried.
This is an excellent reference manual. I highly recommend it.
With all of the comments regarding the lack of a CD copy of the book, I will say that I had an usually positive experience with Safari Books Online Customer Service. The woman I spoke with was patient and extremely helpful, walking me completely through the process of accessing the digital copy through their website. She even walked me through the cancellation process for their fee-based access subscription (which I had inadvertently signed up for when redeeming my copy). She made up for the less-than-stellar instructions contained inside the book's back cover. I just don't find that kind of Customer Service - ANYWHERE.
As an intermediate user of Office, I find the book to be an excellent source for reference when I stumble, especially with Excel. Many time-saving tips like refreshing my knowledge of Pivot Tables after I haven't used them for awhile. I'm also not a seasoned veteran at OneNote, but this book is great at bringing me through the learning curve quickly. Highly recommended.
One concluding note: If you are more of a novice at MS Office, I would also recommend the MS Office 2010 Plain and Simple by Katherine Murray. Beautiful use of color and detailed examples to walk you through the easy stuff. Buy it in paper though unless you have a Kindle Fire (I do not). You'd miss out on a lot viewing this in grey-scale only.