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SharePoint 2007 End User guide

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Does anyone have a SharePoint 2007 WSS 3.0 end user guide?   A booklet with everything a end users would do with SharePoint.  Basic to Intermediate
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http://www.amazon.com/SharePoint-Shepherds-Guide-End-Users/dp/0615194494/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1297361267&sr=8-1

There are lots of options out there, but I don't know how many tell you how to do EVERYTHING in SharePoint.  
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I was looking more for bullet point how to:  maybe someone has already created one for there users.
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