Seattle,WA (PRWEB) December 31, 2011
Author Sudhir Diddee has been working with the PC since the mid-90’s and has been an active user of all releases of Windows and Office. Now he taps that experience in the first of a planned series of books which enable the average user to get maximum productivity out of everyday programs like Windows® 7 and Office® 2010.
Sudhir drew from his many experiences interacting with and helping friends and coworkers, from novice to experienced users, who are always busy and may not be aware of some of the tips and tricks within Windows and Office (Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Outlook®, and OneNote®) that will make their lives easier. “Most users just don’t know about the years of productivity research that has gone into these programs, and don’t know the tips that can make their work more productive and their life a lot easier, every day.”
The book came about after the author became motivated by a desire to have users of these software programs cut their work by 1 week per year, by using the time-saving tips in this book Diddee took care to focus on just the most broadly used features which could save time for users, automate routine tasks, or simply delight users, who may be using precious time working around daily annoyances, because they are unaware of these time-saving tips.
The book is in an easy-to-use format intended to instantly build skills, using a step-by-step approach with screenshots and images to guide the reader.
The book is available in print format (Color Edition, Black and White Edition) and e-book format (Kindle Edition, Nook edition and iBook format).
Sudhir Diddee is a native of Washington State and when not working, he is usually tinkering with new features or discovering gadgets to improve everyday productivity.
This book identifies product names and services known to be trademarks, registered trademarks, or service marks of their respective holders. They are used throughout this book in an editorial fashion only. Specifically, Microsoft®, Excel®, Internet Explorer®, OneNote®, Outlook®, PivotTable, PowerPoint®, SharePoint®, SkyDrive®, SmartArt, Visio®, Windows®, Windows Live®, Windows 7®, and Windows Vista® are either registered trademarks or trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. In addition, terms suspected of being trademarks, registered trademarks, or service marks have been appropriately capitalized, although the author and publisher cannot attest to the accuracy of such information.
Contact: Sudhir Diddee
Phone– (786) 445-0927
Sammamish, WA 98074
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