Microsoft Office User Manual Critique

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Their use of visual aids is also exceptional. The screenshots are crystal clear with legible labeling to parts of the image that correspond to the section you are reading from. I'd say that my only gripe with their visual aids is that there really aren’t enough of them. It may work for some readers but I know I like to have more images to help me understand the material.
The layout of the manual itself is really nothing special, it reads like most any text book that you would come across, I don’t really know if there is anything I would improve upon the layout, it does its job well and doesn’t hinder the intake of any knowledge.
All in all the manual is very very useful. I myself have never been too adept with Microsoft Word; I’ve only really known the basics of how to create an essay. But after reading this manual I now realize how much can be done with this software, so many things I could’ve used to make my work easier in the past I now know I will be able to apply to make it easier in the future. A great manual that I know I will refer to in the days and weeks to come.

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