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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Word 2000 by Bill Camarda

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Using Binders to Combine Multiple Documents

An office doesn't survive on single Word documents alone. To accomplish a single task, an organization might have to create numerous documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. For instance, consider the typical product introduction, which might include

  • A sales letter or internal cover letter

  • A brochure and/or data sheet prepared in Word

  • A customer presentation, or presentation to the sales force

  • Excel workbooks with pricing and financial data

  • Perhaps even a Microsoft Project file containing project management information

That's where Microsoft Binder 2000 comes in. This Office applet can help you gather disparate Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files into a cohesive, easily transportable file. Binder can even ...

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