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10/7/2009 2:11:59 AM
Word 2007 Basic 5 Handbook Done
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The handbook for Word 2007 Basic Level 5 is now finished. Those of you who have purchased it already may now download it.

If you haven't picked up a copy yet, you can do so now. It's a great supplement to the video lessons, and the eBook version only costs $3.99. Order Here.

Level 5 marks the LAST of the Word 2007 BASIC courses. I'm working on Excel and Access next. If you'd like to see Word 2007 EXPERT and ADVANCED classes made, then make sure to vote for them on the Waiting List.

There's also a feature on the Waiting List now where you can pick what TOPICS you're interested in for select classes. Right now I only have Word 2007 topics on there, but I'll be adding more for others.

So as of right now, I'm shelving my Microsoft Word notes for the time being.

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Word 2007 Basic 5 Handbook Done Comment from Brenda Engler @ 4/6/2015
Does this handbook give you step by step instructions like you do on videos? I'm trying to learn text wrapping in order to make cards. I'm having trouble trying to add a text over the picture. I know it's simple but still can't seem to get the right steps. Thanks. If you have instructions on video I would like to know which one to purchase.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

The Handbook is only available if you have bought the video lessons. It would be the lessons transribed with images.

You can see what each course covers in the Course Index.
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Word 2007 Basic 5 Handbook Comment from Catherine Atkinson @ 2/8/2011
Does this handbook cover all 5 levels or is it just for Level 5?


Reply from Richard Rost:

It would cover JUST level 5. Each level has its own handbook.
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Appreciation for Coursef Comment from Ed Ford @ 2/9/2010
I appreciate all the things you've put into these 5 Basic Word 2007 Courses.   Even though I'm not so advanced and haven't seen #5 yet,I'm sure there are good things in it that will be food for me and my brain. All the other 4 certainly were---good for my brain,  I mean. The content of none of them can be faulted, and I hope you think about it again and make some more in the future.  I appreciate that you can't do everything at once, though. If you make a "Word 6" I'll be here to pick it up. Until then I have lots more to look at more than once.  I can't get it all that first go around.Please keep your output coming, whatever the Course or number you're working on. It'll sell.  


Reply from Richard Rost:

Thanks, Ed. Your feedback and encouragement means a lot to me.
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