Exploring Microsoft Office XP Professional, Vol. 1

Exploring Microsoft Office XP Professional, Vol. 1

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For any course teaching application software using Microsoft Office 2002 applications. This book will appeal to students in a variety of disciplines including liberal arts, business, and the sciences.The Exploring MS Office XP series gives the "when and why" of performing tasks in Office XP; it provides new integrated, real-world practice exercises; it's customizable in the RightPHit Program, certified to the core, and provides expert levels of Microsoft Office XP.
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  • Paperback | 996 pages
  • 238 x 276.1 x 34.8mm | 1,841.61g
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • 0130342653
  • 9780130342652

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Essentials of Windows. I. MICROSOFT WORD 2002. 1. Introduction: What Will Word Processing Do For Me? 2. Gaining Proficiency: Editing and Formatting. 3. Enhancing a Document: The Web and Other Resources. 4. Advanced Features: Outlines, Tables, Styles, and Sections. II. MICROSOFT EXCEL 2002. 1. Introduction to Microsoft Excel: What Is a Spreadsheet? 2. Gaining Proficiency: Copying, Formatting, and Isolating Assumptions. 3. Spreadsheets in Decision Making: What If? 4. Graphs and Charts: Delivering a Message. III. MICROSOFT ACCESS 2002. 1. Introduction to Microsoft Access: What Is a Database? 2. Tables and Forms: Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards. 3. Information from the Database: Reports and Queries. 4. Proficiency: Relational Databases, External Charts, and the Switchboard. IV. MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2002. 1. Introduction to PowerPoint: Presentations Made Easy. 2. Gaining Proficiency: Refining and Delivering a Presentation. V. INTERNET EXPLORER 5.0. 1. Welcome to Cyberspace: The Internet and World Wide Web. Appendix A: How the Internet Works (TCP/IP). Appendix B. Hot Sites on the Internet. VI. ESSENTIAL COMPUTING CONCEPTS.
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