In 1966, Professor Michael Artin gave a course for first-year graduate students at MIT on commutative algebra. In that course he covered many classical topics, (the Spectrum of a commutative ring, localization, something about sheafs, stalks and exact sequences, projective modules, flatness and an exposition about flat descent). There are some lecture notes for that course: I have a photocopied version of the notes (and I've actually used them as a reference more than once). My question is: did Professor Artin ever publish a book that you know is based on that course (or more recent courses he gave on commutative algebra)?

In my university there are several photocopied-copies of that notes (very popular, indeed!) but I really find difficult to read a book that is typed in such a bad way (Notice that the criticism is just typographical! I love the content and the way in which the material was presented!)