“How to Use Microsoft Excel: The Careers in Practice Series”, by Joseph M. Manzo, approaches Excel from the perspective of making personal and professional quantitative decisions.
Free Microsoft Office Books
You can download a free copy of “Security and Privacy for Microsoft Office 2010 Users”, written by Mitch Tulloch, from the Microsoft Download Center. Get practical, proactive guidance for using the security and privacy management features in Office 2010 and Office 365.
Microsoft Press is offering “Microsoft Office 365: Connect and Collaborate Virtually Anywhere, Anytime” by Katherine Murray for free in multiple formats.
Vasu Jain(MVP) is giving away free pdf copies of his ebook “Microsoft Office 2010 – Tips & Tricks” which is priced at $7 until 11/16/2011. It offers a coverage on the latest features included in Office 2010 suite and how you can use it at your home, school or workplace to do things efficiently.
Download free pdf eBook “Microsoft Office 2010: Ultimate Tips & Tricks” by Matt Smith from MakeUseOf.com. This guide will show you how to: Get the most out of 2010’s cloud capabilities, turn off the annoying file block feature, speed up document creation in Word with building blocks, present data at a glance with Excel’s new Sparklines, edit video from within PowerPoint, broadcast a PowerPoint presentation over the web, live, adding social functionality to Outlook.
Free 100 page pdf eBook on “Microsoft Office Word” by BookBoon. This book focuses on how best to solve various problems in Word. Rather than a point for point examination of all the functions in Word, it is based on typical tasks and problems you might need to solve.
Free 135 page pdf eBook on “Microsoft Office Excel” by BookBoon. This book has a number of exercises that illustrate what Excel can do.
Free 85 page pdf eBook on “Microsoft Office Powerpoint” by BookBoon. This book is not a point-for-point review of all PowerPoint’s functions. It is more task-oriented, so you will be able to perform the tasks for wich PowerPoint is normally used.
Free eBook “First Look: Microsoft Office 2010″ by Katherine Murray. You can download this free eBook from Microsoft Press.
Free Microsoft Access 2007 book, “The 20 Minute Guide to Using MS Access 2007″ by Paul Barnett. This is a quick start guide to get you up and running with MS Access 2007. It takes you through some of the new features of the product as well as how to create a database from scratch.