Technology Publications

Some technology books written by Annette

Some of the technology books I’ve co-authored

Co-authored with Gini Courter

  • Beginning SharePoint with Excel
  • Mastering Microsoft Office 2003 For Business Professionals
  • Mastering Office XP for Business ProfessionalsMastering Office 2003 Book Cover
  • MOUS: Office XP Study Guide
  • Mastering Microsoft Outlook 2002
  • Mastering Microsoft Excel 2002
  • Mastering Office 2000
  • Mastering Microsoft Project 2000
  • Mastering Microsoft Outlook 2000
  • Mastering Microsoft Office 2000: Professional Edition
  • Excel 2000 MOUS Study Guide
  • Microsoft Office 2000 User Specialist Study Guide
  • Mastering Microsoft Outlook 2000
  • Mastering Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Edition
  • Microsoft Office 2000
  • Mastering Microsoft Office 2000
  • Mastering Microsoft Outlook 98
  • Microsoft Office 97 User Certification Study Guide
  • The Learning Guide to Access for Windows 95
  • The Learning Guide to Computers
  • Microsoft Office 97
  • The Learning Guide to Word for Windows 95
  • The Learning Guide to Microsoft Office Professional for Windows 95

Co-authored with Gini Courter and Karla Browning

  • Mastering Microsoft Office XP: Premium Edition
  • MOUS Word 2000 Quick Study Guide

Co-authored with Gini Courter and Michael Miller

  • Mastering Microsoft Project 2002

Magazine articles

“Electronic Office Suite” column, OfficePro. 2003-2010.

“Seek and Find – When Your Executive Needs to Find an E-Mail Someone Sent to Her Months Ago, How Quickly Can You Find It? New Tools Can Help.” OfficePro. 65.2 (2005): 8.

“Get Cozy with It Staff – Admins Who Can Forge Strong Partnerships with Their IT Staff Are Better Positioned to Request Training and Resources, Provide Feedback on User Experiences, and Influence Technology Decisions but First, You Have to Be Able to Communicate with Them.” OfficePro. 64.2 (2004): 6.

“High-tech Tools You Shouldn’t Live Without – While Some Companies Upgrade Computers and “Tech Toys” Every 18-24 Months, Most Business Users Don’t Have the Luxury of an Unlimited Technology Budget. Here Are the Must-Haves.” OfficePro. 63.1 (2003): 10.

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