Exploring Microsoft Office Professional 2000, Volume II
For Introductory Computer courses in Microsoft Office 2000 or courses in Computer Concepts with a lab component for Microsoft Office 2000 applications. Master the How and Why of Office 2000! Students master the "How and Why" of performing tasks in Office and gain a greater understanding of how to use the individual applications together to solve business problems.
- Spiral bound | 848 pages
- 238.5 x 277.4 x 40.6mm | 1,642.02g
- 18 Aug 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
MICROSOFT WORD 2000. 5. Desktop Publishing: Creating a Newsletter. 6. Creating a Home Page: Introduction to HTML. 7. The Expert User: Work Groups, Master Documents, and Macros. Appendix A: Toolbars. Appendix B: Data Mapping. Appendix C: Solver. MICROSOFT EXCEL 2000. 5. List and Data Management: Converting Data to Information. 6. Consolidating Data: 3-D Workbooks and File Linking. 7. Automating Repetitive Tasks: Macros and Visual Basic. 8. The Expert User: Workgroups, Auditing, and Templates. Appendix A: Toolbars. Appendix B: Data Mapping. Appendix C: Solver. MICROSOFT ACCESS 2000. 4. Proficiency: Relational Databases, External Charts, and the Switchboard. 5. One-to-Many Relationships: Subforms and Multiple Table Queries. 6. Many-to-Many Relationships: A More Complex System. 7. Building Applications: The Switchboard Manager, Macros and Prototyping. 8. Creating More Powerful Applications: Introduction to VBA. Appendix A: Toolbars. Appendix B: Database Design-Getting the Most from Microsoft Access. Appendix C: Combining an Access Database with a Word Form Letter. Appendix D: A Semester Project. MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2000. 2. Gaining Proficiency: Refining and Delivering a Presentation. 3. Adding Impact: The Web and Other Resources. Appendix A: Toolbars. Appendix B: Introduction to Multimedia.