Web Collaboration Using Office XP and NetMeeting
For courses in Office Applications.The Essentials Series for Microsoft Office XP has be rewritten and redesigned to meet the needs of today's classroom. These hands-on tutorials with a project orientation are designed to give students a thorough knowledge of software applications. Extensive end-of-project exercises emphasize hands-on skill development.
- Paperback | 340 pages
- 228.6 x 274.3 x 12.7mm | 725.76g
- 28 Feb 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
PROJECT 1. MICROSOFT WORD AND WEB COLLABORATION. Lesson 1. Inserting, Finding, and Hiding Highlights. Lesson 2. Inserting and Reviewing Comments. Lesson 3. Tracking and Reviewing Changes in Word. Lesson 4. Comparing and Merging Documents. Lesson 5. Using Forms for Collaboration. Lesson 6. Creating and Using Bookmarks. Lesson 7. Creating and Using Hyperlinks. Lesson 8. Saving Documents as Web Pages. PROJECT 2. MICROSOFT EXCEL AND WEB COLLABORATION. Lesson 1. Inserting, Viewing, and Deleting Comments. Lesson 2. Tracking Changes. Lesson 3. Sharing Workbooks. Lesson 4. Merging Workbooks. Lesson 5. Protecting Workbooks. Lesson 6. Creating Hyperlinks in Workbooks. Lesson 7. Saving Workbooks As Web Pages and Importing from Web Pages. Lesson 8. Troubleshooting Workbooks. PROJECT 3. MICROSOFT POWERPOINT AND WEB COLLABORATION. Lesson 1. Inserting, Viewing, and Deleting Comments. Lesson 2. Sending a Presentation for Review. Lesson 3. Using the Meeting Minder. Lesson 4. Comparing and Merging Presentations. Lesson 5. Creating and Using Action Buttons and Hyperlinks. Lesson 6. Applying Security, Passwords, and Protection. Lesson 7. Publishing Presentations as Web Pages. Lesson 8. Broadcasting Online Presentations. PROJECT 4. MICROSOFT ACCESS AND WEB COLLABORATION. Lesson 1. Importing External Data. Lesson 2. Linking External Data. Lesson 3. Creating and Using Hyperlinks. Lesson 4. Creating and Using Data Access Pages. Lesson 5. Publishing and Exporting Database Objects. Lesson 6. Sharing a Database. Lesson 7. Implementing Database Security. Lesson 8. Assigning Access User and Group Permissions. PROJECT 5. INTEGRATING OFFICE XP AND WEB COLLABORATION. Lesson 1. Sending E-Mail from Office XP Applications. Lesson 2. Sending Office XP Files as E-Mail Attachments. Lesson 3. Sending Files for Review. Lesson 4. Collaborating Online Using NetMeeting. Lesson 5. Scheduling an Online Meeting. Lesson 6. Navigating My Network Places and Web Folders. Lesson 7. Transferring Files to Team Web Sites. Lesson 8. Sharing Data Using a Web Server. PROJECT 6. NETMEETING. Lesson 1. Downloading NetMeeting. Lesson 2. Starting and Configuring NetMeeting. Lesson 3. Placing a Call. Lesson 4. Hosting a Meeting. Lesson 5. Using and Troubleshooting Audio. Lesson 6. Receiving and Sending Video. Lesson 7. Sharing Your Desktop and Programs. Lesson 8. Using the Chat Feature. Lesson 9. Using the Whiteboard. Lesson 10. Transferring Files. Lesson 11. Using Remote Desktop Sharing.
About Julie T. Manchester
Floyd Jay Winters received a bachelor's degree from Rutgers University and a master's and an Ed. S. from Nova Southeastern University, and he spent a semester sabbatical at the Harvard Graduate School. He taught three graduate-level courses for Kent State University and several more graduate-level courses for Nova Southeastern University in the 1980s. Floyd has been a computer science professor at Manatee Community College since 1986. Floyd is MOUS-certified and NET+-certified, and he is also Cisco CCNA- and CCAI-certified. Before accepting his position at MCC, he was the lead service technician for a computer dealer with stores in three counties. In that capacity, he was authorized and certified by IBM and Apple as a computer repair specialist. Consequently, Floyd's first textbook was Microcomputer Troubleshooting and Maintenance. Floyd has been an active computer consultant since 1982. During the past five years, most of his consulting work has focused on writing Microsoft Access databases for local businesses and charitable organizations. Floyd was a varsity wrestling coach for 10 years; his teams won several championships and posted an undefeated string of 31 straight wins over a two-year period. He was also a championship youth soccer coach. Julie T. Manchester got her start in the computer science field in 1976, in the days of punched cards and long strings of complex job control language. She graduated from the Computer Processing Institute in East Hartford, Conn. Julie has worked on IBM mainframes, programming in COBOL for companies such as Raytheon and Maryland Casualty. She worked as a project team member designing, writing, and implementing an online inventory system at Raytheon and wrote custom data-entry and data-transmission programs for Maryland Casualty's regional offices. Julie has edited computer repair, networking, and Windows textbooks and manuals. She also has designed, customized, and installed database projects for local businesses. Julie earned an A.A. in business administration and an A.S. in computer science from Manatee Community College and a B.S. in management from the University of South Florida.