Books Covering Microsoft® Windows

Windows Vista for Dummies. Discover how to...

  • Hook up with another computer
  • Make Vista work like XP
  • Block Internet bad guys
  • Share a PC without sharing your files
  • Fix problems yourself

Excel VBA Programming For Dummies
With Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming, you can take advantage of numerous Excel options such as: creating new worksheet functions; automating tasks and operations; creating new appearances, toolbars, and menus; designing custom dialog boxes and add–ins; and much more.

C# 2008 and the .Net 3.5 Platform
.NET 3.5 is Microsoft’s largest development software launch since .NET 2.0. A new version of Visual Studio – This book deals with this new C# language. The book provides developers with a complete treatise on the new technology- explaining the importance of all the new features (lambda expressions, LINQ, ASP.NET AJAX, WPF everywhere).and how they integrate into the framework of the previous .NET versions. It is a comprehensively revised and updated version of author’s award winning previous titles.

Visual Basic 2008 Programmer's Reference
An excellent introduction to the new Visual Studio 2008. Plenty of code examples available for download from the book's website as well. The appendices in particular are very good for reference - often a lot easier and quicker than using the VS help files, which can be quite slow and difficult to find what you want. 

PowerPoint 2007 for Dummies     Discover how to.....

  • Build a presentation with Slide Master
  • Store and share slides with the Slide Library
  • Import data from other applications
  • Create slick presentations quickly with templates
  • Develop and include charts and diagrams

Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Plain & Simple
Here’s WHAT You’ll Learn • Easily navigate the new user interface • Create effective documents—from letters to reports • Format text, create tables, apply themes and styles • Print documents, envelopes, and labels • Easy-to-follow STEPS and SCREENSHOTS show exactly what to do • Handy TIPS teach new techniques and shortcuts.

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Get field-tested best practices and proven techniques for designing, deploying, operating, and optimizing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. You’ll find out how to deploy the software, design your environment, manage content, analyze and view data, perform disaster recovery, monitor performance, and more. You'll learn how to create SharePoint sites that help your organization collaborate, take advantage of business insights, and improve productivity—with practical insights from the experts. 

Windows Server 2003 for Dummies
The perfect handbook for those who need to deploy, install, and configure installations, upgrade from previous versions, understand network addresses, manage day–to–day operations, configure storage, manage users and groups, implement security measures, configure mail services, and perform other vital administrative tasks.

Inside Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2005: T-SQL Querying
Take a detailed look at the internal architecture of T-SQL—and unveil the power of set-based querying—with comprehensive reference and advice from the experts. Database developers and administrators get best practices, sample databases, and code to master the intricacies of the programming language—solving complex problems with real-world solutions. Discover how to: •Aggregate data with various techniques, including tiebreakers, pivoting, histograms, and grouping factors •Use the TOP option in a query to modify data •Query specialized data structures with recursive logic, materialized path, or nested sets solutions •

Outlook 2007 for Dummies
  • Most users take advantage of only 2% of Outlook′s power; this book shows them how to harness frequently overlooked tricks and techniques that can significantly boost productivity
  • Shows how to manage time and information in the new interface, covering instant searches, the To–Do bar, task integration with OneNote, Project, Access, and Windows SharePoint Services
  • Explains how to connect across boundaries with access to WSS data, calendar sharing, smart scheduling, RSS support, electronic business cards, and the improved out–of–office assistant
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