This set includes :
Microsoft Office 2003 Killer Tips
Of course you have Microsoft Office running on your desktop--more than 95 percent of business users do! However, if you're like most of these users, you probably don't know how to employ all of Office's apps effectively and efficiently. For Office 2003 users, this book is the answer. By trading lengthy tutorials for to-the-point tips focusing on hidden features and productivity tricks, this volume promises to transform you from a plodding Office user into a proficient one. If you're a veteran Office user, you'll be amazed to find out how much your didn't know about your favorite app, and if you're new to Office, you'll be able to ramp up fast--thanks, in both cases, to a logical organization that lets you browse the appropriate sections to find just the tips that interest you. Best of all, you'll find a wealth of tips--most of them illustrated--about all that's new in Office 2003: better change-tracking and annotation tools in Word, a redesigned Outlook, the new applications OneNote (for note taking) and Info-Path, and more.
Windows XP Killer Tips
Time is money. And a lot of Windows XP users find themselves trying to save time by skimming through larger computer books in order to pull out the useful nuggets of info that are often placed within what we call sidebars (i.e. those Note/Tip/Warning boxes). The Killer Tips series was developed by Scott Kelby because he recognized how useful technology users find those cool "I didn't know THAT" sidebars that are peppered all over the other computer books out there. Windows XP Killer Tips is all about speed; showing XP users how to get more work done faster, while actually increasing quality. The whole concept is to help make you faster and more productive than ever using Windows XP.