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Table of Contents
|Essential Computer Concepts|
|Exploring the Basics of Microsoft Windows Vista. Managing Your Files with Windows Vista|
|Browser and E-mail Basics|
|Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2007|
|Creating a Document|
|Editing and Formatting a Document|
|Creating a Multiple-Page Report|
|Desktop Publishing and Mail Merge|
|Getting Started with Excel|
|Formatting a Workbook|
|Working with Formulas and Functions|
|Working with Charts and Graphics|
|Integrating Word and Excel|
|Creating a Database|
|Building a Database and Defining Table Relationships|
|Maintaing and Querying a Database|
|Creating Forms and Reports|
|Integrating Word, Excel, and Access|
|Creating a Presentation|
|Applying and Modifying Text and Graphic Objects|
|Integrating Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint|
|Creating Web Pages with Microsoft Office 2007|
|Exploring the Basics of Microsoft Windows XP|
|Managing Your Files with Windows XP|
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