This guide will teach you how to create professional looking documents using WordPerfect 11 by formatting documents, using templates, creating Web links, adding borders, and much more.
Remember when life was simple—you typed something, and it ended up on paper? Simplicity is back! This book tells you how to do what you want to do—produce great-looking documents. Of course, if you discover you want more, it also covers adding context-sensitive links to your long documents and other cool stuff. You decide.
If you thought that the purpose of word processing was to write, not to do amazing things on a computer . . . If you ever secretly wondered who the heck uses all those features advertised on the box your software came in . . . If you’d rather create nice-looking, readable documents, not try to use every possible feature in WordPerfect in 90 seconds flat . . . If you are smart enough to say, “Call me what you will — I just want to get some work done, please!”
Congratulations — you’ve come to the right place.
About the Authors
Margaret Levine Young is an author, consultant, and lecturer who has cowritten two dozen computer books.
David Kay is an engineer and aspiring artist who has authored 12 books.