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Description - Word 2003 by Scott Driza

While it has always been possible to create customized Word solutions, Word 2003 offers new functionality that allows documents to be truly interactive. Word 2003 Document Automation with VBA, XML, XSLT, and Smart Documents explains how to use a variety of technologies that change the ways users interact with documents. Learn how to automate documents with a minimum of programming by using Word's native functionality; use Visual Basic for Applications to create document automation solutions; record macros, create automated templates, format and manipulate files using Word, and build documents dynamically; create, edit, and format XML documents; develop smart document solutions to guide users through a variety of repetitive tasks; transform XML using WordprocessingML, XSLT, XPath, smart documents, and web services technologies.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781556220869
ISBN-10: 1556220863
Format: Paperback
(230mm x 152mm x 25mm)
Pages: 438
Imprint: Wordware Publishing Inc.
Publisher: Wordware Publishing Inc.
Publish Date: 1-Dec-2004
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Scott Driza

Scott Driza discovered the power of Document Automation early in his career as an attorney for Merrill Lynch. Since then he has created Document Automation solutions ranging from small to large for organisations throughout the world. In addition, he has authored several articles and a previous book on Word Document Automation, and has spoken at Microsoft conferences on Microsoft Word. He has degrees in Finance, Law, and Computer Science.