Microsoft Word 2010 for Medical and Technical Writers by Maxine Okazaki PhD

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Learn how to use Microsoft Word for long, complex documents.

Microsoft Word is by far the most widely used word processing program. All over the world, it is used to create everything from half-page memos, meeting agendas, and letters to scientific journal articles, grant applications, and 1000 page technical documents. It's a powerful and flexible program to be sure, but being a jack-of-all-trades it is unavoidably master of none.

Word can be particularly problematic for writers who create long, complex documents. Styles, templates, tables of contents, headers and footers, tables, automatic numbering—these are just some of the areas where Word can bring grief to the unwary writer. In their long experience with such documents, the authors have developed techniques to avoid, minimize, or work around most of these problems. They shared their expertise in the first edition of this book, which was very well received. Now, the book has been completely revised to cover the latest version of the program, Word 2010.
 

About Maxine Okazaki PhD

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Peter Aitken was writing about computers and software before the first version of Excel was released. Since then he has written more than 40 books and innumerable magazine and Web articles on topics ranging from office applications and personal finance to application development and digital photography. Peter is also the proprietor of PGA Consulting, providing application development and technical writing services to clients since 1996. You can learn more about Peter's books at http: //www.pgacon.com/books.htm.(c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.
 
Published March 13, 2013 by Piedmont Medical Writers LLC. 286 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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