One Author Publishes 50 Computer Training Books Simultaneously

December 28, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Hughan Smith, the proprietor of MR. SMITH’S COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER a software learning institute located on the island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean, has just written and published a total of 50 software training books simultaneously including 9 on Microsoft Office 2007. The aim is to share with all the successful system of training that he has developed.

The “To the Point” series of books is written specifically for the Office 2007 programs and are designed for those making the transition from the previous versions of the programs such as Microsoft Word 2003, Excel 2003, and PowerPoint 2003. There is also the “Teach Yourself” series designed for beginners. The “Little Black Book” series is designed as a pocket reference small in size so that clients can easily carry it with them anywhere they go. There are currently three books in each series.

The books have been published by “Lulu” the world’s fastest growing provided of print-on-demand books. Copies are available in print and download form at

Mr. Smith dare states that clients will be pleasantly surprised at how simple it is to master the Microsoft line of software.

Further according to Mr. Smith, “The project did not start as a 50 book project but soon grew into one where my aim became one of having a book available to you if you are a user of the popular Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook, regardless of your proficiency, be it beginner or someone seeking certification at the Microsoft Office Specialist (M.O.S.) or E.C.D.L. Certification at both the Core as well as the Expert level.”

In the end the project totaled 13,937 pages, 2,408,393 words and 10,931 illustrations. The entire project was handled by one person, writing, typing, formatting, designing, indexing, table of contents, cover design, the entire project was done by the author Hughan Smith mainly as a labor of passion and love, and a study in dedication and commitment while using the very same programs which he has written about.
Mr. Smith holds a Masters degree in Education and is a self taught computer expert. You can check out his web site at