9781562438586

Computer Literacy With Microsoft Office 2000

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  • ISBN13:

    9781562438586

  • ISBN10:

    1562438581

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-12-01
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall

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Table of Contents

Introduction v
Abouth the CD-ROM vi
Log of Exercises ix
Directory of Documents xii
Introduction to Computers
1(12)
Introduction to Computers
What is a Computer?
Personal Computer Hardware
Peripherals
Bits and Bytes
Computer Speed and mHz
Software
Computer Types
Computer Workers
2(11)
Introduction to Windows 98
13(54)
Exercise 1
Microsoft Windows 98
The Desktop
My Computer-A Typical Windows 98 Window
Shut Down Windows 98
14(8)
Exercise 2
Mouse for Windows 98
Windows Mouse Pointer Shapes
Use Menus
Use Dialog Boxes
Use Screen Tips and What's This?
22(6)
Exercise 3
View as Web Page
The View Menu
So Many Options
The File Menu
The Edit Menu
The Help Menu
28(8)
Exercise 4
The Control Panel Window
The Active Window
36(4)
Exercise 5
Use the Find Dialog Box
40(2)
Exercise 6
Windows Explorer
How Windows Organizes Permanent Storage
Move Around in Windows Explorer
42(10)
Exercise 7
Windows Explorer Toolbar
Use Windows Explorer
Create and Name a Folder
Refresh the Explorer Window
Create a Shortcut
Copy or Move Objects Using Menus
Copy or Move Objects by Dragging
Rename an Object
Delete an Object from the Desktop
Delete Objects using Windows Explorer
52(8)
Exercise 8
Select Multiple Objects
Copy Folders/Files from One Folder to Another
Copy Folders/Files from One Drive to Another
Use the Start Menu
60(7)
Learn Microsoft Office 2000 Basics
67(12)
Learn Microsoft Office 2000 Basics
About Microsoft Office 2000
Create/Open an Office Document
Office 2000 Shortcut Bar
Insertion Point Movement
Other Keys
Understand Menus
Use Toolbars
Zoom Option
Use Office Assistant
Close Programs and Documents
68(11)
Microsoft Word 2000
79(82)
Exercise 1
The Word Window
Features of Word's Windows
The Menu Bar
Create a New Document Using the Menu
Save an Unnamed Document
Save As
80(6)
Exercise 2
The Standard Toolbar
Create a New Document Using the Toolbar
Open a Document
Save
The Date Function
Print Preview
Print
What is a Paragraph?
Proofreader's Mark for Paragraph
86(6)
Exercise 3
The Formatting Toolbar
Align Paragraphs
Fonts and Font Names
Change Font
Change Font Size
Use Bold, Italic, Underline
92(6)
Exercise 4
AutoCorrect
AutoFormat As You Type
Automatic Spell Checking
Spell Check
Automatic Grammar Checking
Grammar Check
98(10)
Exercise 5
Default Tab Stops
Insert and Overtype Modes
Undo
Redo
Proofreader's Marks for Bold and Italic
108(6)
Exercise 6
Highlight
Change Text Color
Use Other Text Enhancements
Use Symbols
114(8)
Exercise 7
Introduction to Bullets and Numbering
Bullets
Numbering
Cut, Copy, and Paste
122(8)
Exercise 8
Change Line Spacing
Control Spacing between Paragraphs
Create Indented Paragraphs
Use Format Painter
Use the New Line Key
130(10)
Exercise 9
Insert Page Breaks
Use Headers and Footers
Use Page Setup
Set Margins
140(8)
Exercise 10
Use the Theasurus
Find and Replace Text
148(8)
Exercise 11
Challenge Exercises
156(5)
Desktop Publishing
161(38)
Exercise 1
About Desktop Publishing
Insert Microsoft ClipArt
Use the Insert ClipArt Dialog Box
Size a Graphic Using the Mouse
162(10)
Exercise 2
Insert a Graphic from a File
Size a Graphic Using the Format Picture Dialog Box
172(6)
Exercise 3
Create a Floating Graphic
Use the Picture Toolbar
Size a Floating Graphic Using the Dialog Box
Align Floating Graphics Independently
Align Floating Graphics in Relation to One Another
Add a Border to a Page
178(10)
Exercise 4
Multiple Column Formats
Insert Section Breaks
Put a Border Around a Graphic
Border/Shade a Paragraph
Insert a File
188(11)
Microsoft Excel 2000
199(90)
Exercise 1
What are Spreadsheets?
Excel and Word
The Excel Window
Select a Cell and Enter Data
Enter a Simple Addition Formula
Enter Values and Labels
Copy a Formula
Print With or Without Gridlines
200(8)
Exercise 2
Select Rows or Columns
Select a Range of Cells
The SUM Function
Use AutoSum
Use Office Assistant to Help Resolve Errors
Format Data
Format Numbers
Align Labels
208(10)
Exercise 3
Use Toolbar to Format Values
Select Non-Adjacent Cells
Use Functions
Use Paste Function and Formula Palette
Use the Collapse Button
218(8)
Exercise 4
Adjust Column Widths
Insert Rows or Columns
Add a Title to a Worksheet
Sort Data
226(10)
Exercise 5
Relative and Absolute References
Change Print Orientation
Print to Fit on One Page
236(4)
Exercise 6
About Pie Charts
Create a Pie Chart
Other Pie Chart Options
240(12)
Exercise 7
Create a Bar Chart
252(8)
Exercise 8
Create a Line Graph
Edit the Line Graph
260(12)
Exercise 9
About the IF Function
Understand Operators
Use the Formula Palette with the IF Function
272(6)
Exercise 10
Insert an Excel Object into a Word Document
Insert a Word Table into an Excel Worksheet
278(4)
Exercise 11
Structure of a Checkbook Register
Create a Checkbook Register
Insert an Excel Spreadsheet into Word
282(7)
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000
289(38)
Exercise 1
About PowerPoint
Start PowerPoint
Choose a Design Template
Choose Slide Layout
The PowerPoint Window
Add Text
Save the Presentation
Print the Presentation
Start a New Presentation
290(8)
Exercise 2
Open a PowerPoint Presentation
Add a Bulleted List Slide
Add a Slide with a Graphic
298(10)
Exercise 3
Review a Presentation
Add Notes to the Presentation
Use PowerPoint Views
Add a Closing Slide
Print a Presentation Using the Print Dialog Box
308(10)
Exercise 4
About Slide Shows
Create Slide Transitions
Add Animation and Sound Effects
Run the Completed Slide Show
318(9)
Microsoft Access 2000
327(72)
Introduction to Access
What is Access?
What is a Database?
What is a Database Management System?
How is an Access Database Organized?
The Database Window
What are Database Objects?
How is an Access Table Structured?
Field Data Types
How are Access Tables Related?
Planning a New Database
328(4)
Exercise 1
Start Access and Open a Database
Explore a Database
Print a Database Object
332(8)
Exercise 2
Copy the Data Files and Deselect the Read-only Attribute
Open an Existing Database
Enter Data
340(8)
Exercise 3
Modify a Table Design
Change Column Widths
Summary of Data Entry Aids
348(8)
Exercise 4
Create a Database
Create a Table Using the Table Wizard
Modify the Table Design
356(8)
Exercise 5
Create a Form Using AutoForm
Add a Record in Form View
Modify a Form
364(8)
Exercise 6
Filter by Selection
Filter by Form
Advanced Filter/Sort
372(6)
Exercise 7
Add Records in Form View
Create a Query
Copy a Query
Edit a Query
378(10)
Exercise 8
Create a Report
Edit a Report
388(11)
Computer Communications
399(32)
Exercise 1
Introduction to Computer Communications
File Server Local Area Networks (LANs)
Network Use
Explore a File Server Network (Novell)
400(10)
Exercise 2
Introduction to Peer-to-Peer Networks
Explore a Peer-to-Peer Network
Sharing Workstation Resources
410(6)
Exercise 3
The Internet
Internet Addresses-URLs (Uniform Resource Locators)
Internet Use
Introduction to Internet Explorer
The World Wide Web
Online Services
Electronic Mail (E-mail)
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
416(12)
Exercise 4
Wide Area Networks (WANs)
Intranets
Telecommuting
PC-to-Mainframe Communications
428(3)
Computer Care
431(40)
Exercise 1
Check a Disk for Problems
Create a Windows 98 Startup Disk
Defragment the Hard Drive
Format a Diskette
432(8)
Exercise 2
Back Up Files
Restore Backed Up Files
440(12)
Exercise 3
Protect against Viruses
Run a Virus Scan
452(6)
Exercise 4
Install Software
Install a Printer
458(8)
Exercise 5
General Care Instructions
Clean the Monitor
Are Screen Savers Necessary
Clean the Keyboard
Clean the Mouse
Clean the Cases
Maintain Computers and Peripherals
466(5)
Appendixes 471(14)
Appendix A
History of Computers
Early Computing Machines
Vacuum Tube Computers
Semiconductors and Portable Programs
The Personal Computer
472(4)
Appendix B
Start Help
The Help Window
Use Help Contents
Use the Help Index
Use Search
Click Here and Related Topics
Print a Topic
476(9)
Index 485

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