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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out 1st Edition

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Key Book Benefits:

-Discover what's new in Microsoft Outlook 2007 and explore the new user interface* -Award-winning INSIDE OUT format makes hundreds of tips, tricks, and workarounds easy to find and easy to use -Drills into the most-used features and functions in Office Outlook 2007, delivering comprehensive details--but no fluff--in a single volume -Learn how to create rules to automate and customize Outlook 2007, help protect messages with digital signatures, use RSS feeds, and more -Includes a companion CD with customer resources, eBooks, and more

About the Author

Jim Boyce is a highly-regarded expert on operating systems and productivity software who's written or contributed to more than 50 books. A former contributing editor for Windows® Magazine, Jim writes for several technical publications and Web sites.

Beth Sheresh is a Microsoft Office expert, experienced network consultant, and author. She develops operations manuals and technical training materials for enterprise administration.

Doug Sheresh is a veteran IT professional and writer. He helps develop technical training materials for topics including Windows Server 2003 administration, directory services, and other topics.

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Product Details

  • Series: Inside Out
  • Paperback: 1120 pages
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (February 28, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0735623287
  • ISBN-13: 978-0735623286
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1.9 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #997,659 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By K. Snell on May 14, 2007
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This book is valuable to the beginnner and the expert developer. If you're a beginner, it presents ACCESS 2007 in a step-by-step manner so that you can quickly be using the software. If you've used previous versions of ACCESS, this book identifies the differences (some are improvements, some are still waiting to be "characterized" in my mind < grin >) between the previous versions and this new version; as a developer, this was very useful for me to quickly learn of what's new and how it's new.

Lots of sample databases...and code...and tips/tricks... and a PDF version of the book with extra chapters on the accompanying CD.

The style is similar to those in John's previous books, so you'll like this one if you've read the earlier ones. Definitely worth the money...the first time you need to learn "how do I do this?", it'll pay for itself in the time it would take you to learn "by trial and error".
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If your looking for a comprehensive training guide, this is your book! I have had no experience with access before this book, but I was asked to do a project in access, and this book brought me from being utterly confused to having a very solid knowledge of the program. I update this review as I progress through the book. I am now roughly 1000 pages into the book, and I have not been disappointed yet, very easy to read, and very hands on, the quality is consistent as you go on through the chapters, it's very rare to find a spelling error or reference error(although there are a few.)
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I am a Super Moderator on an Access forum and I see questions about Access and Access 2007 all of the time. This book is a fantastic resource for someone wanting to find out about Access 2007 and how to use it. However, it is more than that! There are excellent reference materials within the book that would make it a "keeper" for anyone working with Microsoft Access, regardless of version.

There are plenty of examples and screenshots, making it one of the easier reference books on Access to understand.

I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting a better "Access" experience.
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I bought this book because of the excellent section by the same authors in "2007 Microsoft Office System - Inside Out". However I was disappointed in the book because at least 30-40% of the book is taken up by exercises rather than didactic instruction. It would take one year to work through this book if you indeed worked all the examples. I would much rather see them put practical exercises in a separate section at the end of each chapter or on the CD.
Instead the authors have left out some important components such as database design, normalization, and naming conventions and relegated them to the CD if covered at all.
There is a lot of good information in the book but it is sometimes difficult to find.
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Access 2007 introduces a significantly steeper learning curve that the previous two versions, with a raft of complex GUI changes and a radically ramped navigation system. This is an excellent book to get familiar with these new features, and the additional CD ROM provides a superb resource with a substantial amount of extra material not in the book itself.

I would like to have seen fewer chapters on subjects such as introducing VBA (reiterating conditional loops - excuse the pun - really isn't necessary anymore), and a little more on good database design conventions and ways to tackle medium to large-sized projects. Having said that, it's well pitched to cover the questions from the majority of its audience.

I've grown to be quite fond of the Microsoft Publishing line of titles, in that the quality of the content is very consistent and I've yet to find a single technical error. The "Please Buy Microsoft" subliminal messages are not as chokingly omnipresent in recent editions either. Overall, this is a great way to spend $30 and feel somewhat grounded after a couple of days work.
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I got my copy 3 days ago (a month before the order said it would be here <smile>) and can't put it down! Already, I am nearly 1/3 of the way through ...and that is saying a LOT considering it is one of the biggest books I have in my collection.

The flow is great and the material is presented in a logical order. This book is very easy to read and understand, and is *extremely* thorough! I really like the way that John and Jeff introduce and use terminology -- everything is correct and the definitions are accurate.

There are lots of tips and tricks and good examples. The book guides you to a very complete understanding of Access as well as how it interfaces with other applications.

I highly recommend 'Microsoft Office Access(TM) 2007 Inside Out', by John Viescas and Jeff Conrad, to anyone who is using or plans to use Access 2007.

-- Crystal

Microsoft Access MVP 2007

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have an awesome day :)

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I opened to Queries, immediately I was able to use what I read in a short time to my work. It's well organized, you can go directly to the chapter of the subject you need to know about. If you don't create tables or databases but just need how to query, you can go directly to that. It's probably the most comprehensive book on Access 2007 out there. I highly recommend.
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