Office 2013 For Dummies

About the Author
The author, Wallace Wang, currently exists as a carbon-based life form, consuming precious natural resources for his own survival at the expense of the rest of the planet. Despite his dislike of unnecessary complexity, the author
actually enjoys what computers can do, even if they tend to fail spectacularly
in everyday use at the worst possible time (details, details . . .). Besides writing
computer books, the author also enjoys studying movies and performing
stand-up comedy just to do something creative that involves human beings
as opposed to machines. In addition, the author also refers to himself in the
third person in imitation of professional athletes and other personages who
like pretending that they’re more important than they really are.

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