With its array of buttons, toolbars, pull-down menus, rulers, Wizards and what-not, Word for Windows 95 at first glance can make you seriously consider exhuming your old, battered Remington from the typewriter graveyard. In Word For Windows 95 For Dummies
author Dan Gookin makes Microsoft's feature-rich word processing application not only intelligible but also turns it into what it's supposed to be: a tool to help you create even complex documents simply, so that you can be more productive and efficient. Here you'll find exactly what you need to know to do everything from adding tables and columns to your documents to merging customized form letters with a mailing list database. Whether you're new to Word or just new to the latest version, this is one book you'll want to keep handy every time you sit down to work.