Microsoft Windows Vista and Office 2007 Resources Get You Up to Speed Fast

Does an overload of tools and features make you want to give your computer a swift kick in the, uh, rear? Never fear. With our lineup of Office 2007 and Windows Vista books, we take the guesswork out of getting up to speed with your software and operating system, and we do it without making you put your fist through the screen!

We have a full range of titles that cover every type of user, from beginners to advanced, to help you learn all the features of Office 2007 and Windows Vista. Want a preview of what to expect? Make sure you check out our articles and sample chapters (here and on the book product pages). After all, who likes surprises? We have work to do!

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For in-depth information on all of the Microsoft Office applications updated weekly, visit the Microsoft Office Reference Guide on our partner site InformIT. This Reference Guide is hosted by Tom Bunzel.

Articles on partner site InformIT

Windows Vista SP1: What to Expect, by Mark Edward Soper

Upgrading Your PC for Vista - Beyond RAM, CPUs, and Graphics, by Mark Edward Soper

Life After Vista: Going Back to XP, by Peter Ehm

Gaming with Windows Vista: Playing Games Through the Games Explorer, by Mark Edward Soper

How Windows Vista Handles Wireless Networking, by Michael Miller

Tweaking Windows Vista for Performance, by Mark Edward Soper

Application Compatibility for Vista, by Peter Ehm

How Vista Makes Home Networking Better, by Mark Edward Soper

Setting Up Windows Vista and XP Networks for Multiple Users, by Michael Miller

From Bare Metal to Full Operation with Windows Vista's Complete PC Backup and File and Folder Backup, by Mark Edward Soper

Top 10 Windows Vista Hardware Problems, by Jason Kerluck

Troubleshooting Your Windows Vista Network, by Brian Knittel and Robert Cowart

Managing Files and Searching in Windows Vista, by Brian Knittel and Robert Cowart

How to Network Vista and XP Computers Together, by Jason Kerluck

Networking Your Vista PC with XP and Mac Machines, by Andy Walker

Using Regedit to Edit the Windows Vista Registry, by Brian Knittel and Robert Cowart

The Windows Vista Command Prompt Environment, by Brian Knittel and Robert Cowart

Accessing Your Windows Vista Computer with Remote Desktop, by Brian Knittel and Robert Cowart

Fixing Application Problems in Windows Vista, by Andy Walker

Windows Batch Files for Fun and Profit, by Brian Knittel

Windows XP Under the Hood: An Introduction to VBScript, by Brian Knittel

Implementing Group Policies with Windows Vista, by Paul McFedries

Programming the Windows Script Host , by Paul McFedries

Windows Vista's Stability Improvements, by Paul McFedries

Downloadable Articles (PDF)

The Windows Vista Recovery Environment, by Mark Edward Soper

Easy Photo Editing with Windows Vista’s Photo Gallery, by Mark Edward Soper

About Microsoft Office 2007 and the Internet, by Greg Perry

Advancing Your Office 2007 Power: Using Visual Basic, by Greg Perry

Little Known Vista Tips, by Andy Walker

What Every Microsoft Office User Should Know Before Moving to Microsoft Office 2007, by Greg Perry

17 Billion Reasons to Love Excel, by Bill Jelen, MrExcel

Amazing New Features in Excel 2007, by Bill Jelen, MrExcel