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Easy Microsoft Money 2004 Paperback – 3 Nov 2003
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Intended for beginners who want to learn Microsoft's financial software and prefer a visual, four-color approach.
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Gina Carrillo has enjoyed 10 years of professional experience as a technical writer, analyst, editor, Web designer/developer, and instructor. She works full-time as a technical writer and application analyst, writing software system manuals, developing online help and company Web sites, and writing technical documentation. Gina has also helped develop a certification program for technical communicators at the University of South Florida, where she is a part-time RoboHelp and Technical Editing instructor. While not working or teaching, Gina also is an author and technical editor for Que Publishing and Sams Publishing. She is the author of Easy Web Pages, 2nd Edition and is the technical editor for Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage 2000 in 10 Minutes, Sams Teach Yourself to Create Web Pages in 24 Hours, and Easy Microsoft FrontPage 2000.
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13 August 2004
This book is devoid of any useful information and basically consists of a set of screeenshots of Microsoft Money with some highlighted areas. For example, there is a screenshot of the menu bar with "Reports" highlighted and the book says "Click here to generate reports". Duh!. The book does not describe the key feature of Money, which is the account register, at all. It looks like the publisher just wanted to fill a gap in their series and thre this together to fill it. Buy something else.
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