This hour wrapped up this book's discussion of Word. You learned how to add the document extras that often turn simple writing into powerful cross-referenced published works.
If you need to display tabular information, let Word create and format your tables so that your data presentation looks clean. In addition, multiple columns work well for newsletters and brochures to keep the reader's attention.
To speed up your writing, use as many AutoCorrect and AutoText entries as you can. If you repeatedly type a phrase, sentence , or block of information, that text is a good candidate for AutoCorrect or AutoText.
Hour 6 introduces you to Excel 2003. As you will see, Excel enables you to present numeric data as professionally as Word presents your documents.