How to Pass New CLAIT 2006 using Microsoft Office 2003

How to Pass New CLAIT 2006 using Microsoft Office 2003

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With millions of people still using Office 2003, this version of the qualification is ever popular. Its suite of modules has been designed to be flexible, relevant and progressive, providing a single coherent pathway that is suitable for IT users everywhere. This new textbook uses the successful and acclaimed How To Pass formula to deliver complete and comprehensive coverage of all eight modules offered in the NewCLAiT 2006 course. Courses leading to a NewCLAiT qualification will equip learners with the basic range of transferable skills necessary to meet the demands of the modern workplace, and will prepare learners for progression to further training and accreditation in IT User skills at Level 2 and Level 3. Every question and exercise in the book has been designed to allow students to assess their progress and learning and help them prepare for - and pass - the CLAiT exam with confidence.
Key features include an overview of the qualification, how to carry out activities such as formatting graphs and presentations, exercises to practice the skills they've learned, a full glossary of all terms used on the course and self-assessment checklists to ensure they pass with flying colours every time.
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  • Mixed media product | 312 pages
  • 206 x 303 x 18mm | 839g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • col. ill
  • 0132369354
  • 9780132369350

Table of contents

Please request manuscript from Editor for full contents list. The main units covered in book are: Unit 1. File management and e-document production Unit 2. Creating spreadsheets and graphs Unit 3. Database manipulation Unit 4. Producing an e-publication Unit 5. Creating an e-presentation Unit 6. e-image creation Unit 7. Web page creation Unit 8. On-line communication
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Author information

Jackie Shermanhas been involved in teaching and assessing IT courses at further education colleges since 1996. She also trains staff in an education department and writes courses for distance learning colleges. Her on-line activities include the National Tutor Database for LearnDirect and being an advisor for the YouCanDoIT column of Jackie is both NewCLAiT and ECDL qualified and is the author of several successful IT books.
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