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HTML5 and Dynamics CRM 2011--New Step by Step Titles from Microsoft Press

February 9, 2011


We have two important new Microsoft Press titles available for review this week: HTML5 Step by Step and Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 2011 Step by Step. Please contact me to receive review copies of the titles that interest you.

—Mary Rotman, maryr@oreilly.com

New Releases from Microsoft Press

HTML5 Step by Step
by Faithe Wempen
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"HTML 5 Step by Step is a rigorous but no-experience-required boot camp that teaches how to develop a multi-page HTML5-compliant Web site using nothing but Notepad," says author Faithe Wempen. "Readers will create robust pages that include tables, style sheets, divisions, navigation bars, image maps, forms, Javascript, and even the new HTML 5 Canvas element. ?By the time readers finish this book, they'll be able to read and write HTML code fluently from scratch."

Teach yourself how to create Web pages with the HTML5 specification—one step at a time. This book provides hands-on guidance for using HTML5 markup to add video, offline capabilities, 2-D graphics, and more to your Web pages—without relying on plug-ins or other technologies.

Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 2011 Step by Step
by Mike Snyder, Jim Steger, Brendan Landers
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"Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is Microsoft's first major update of their CRM system in the past three years," says co-author Mike Snyder. "The newest release of the software includes many great new features and benefits such as dashboarding, inline charting, deeper Outlook integration, and improved Excel integration. By reading Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Step by Step, users can make sure they're taking advantage of all the latest and greatest improvements."

Use the easy-to-follow lessons to master the fundamentals of creating and managing accounts; working directly within familiar tools such as Microsoft Outlook®; tracking customer activity and communications; managing campaigns, leads, quotes, contracts, and orders; and employing basic to advanced reporting capabilities.

For a review copy or more information please email maryr@oreilly.com. Please include your delivery address and contact information.

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