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How much info can you fit into one book? September 26, 2011
This book is extremely intimidating because it's over 1000 pages long. I guess that's a plus when your learning something new, but if you already know a lot about the subject, it makes things much harder to locate. I doubt anyone could really read this cover to cover, but it's a great book to keep for reference. If you can put in the time to read it, you will learn so many things that you didn't know before that will help you in the future.
New Perspectives on Microsoft Office 2010, First Course: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Cengage Learning© brings us a tremendously thorough and up-to-date look at the most current Microsoft© Office software. New Perspectives on Microsoft Office 2010, First Course, 1st Edition exhibits the New Perspectives’ critical-thinking and problem-solving approach, making sure that students will gain a comprehensive understanding of Office 2010. With the New Perspectives’ approach, students begin to recognize the importance of learning the fine points of Microsoft Office. The text contains many unique features to help students learn one of the most important computer programs of their college years. “Visual Overview” is a two-page spread at the beginning of each tutorial, which gives an illustrative look at the tasks covered in the tutorial while also serving as a study guide for tests. “Proskills” exercises incorporate technological skills and professional skills, keeping the student aware and knowledgeable. Key Steps highlight the most important information to assist students in completing assignments correctly, avoiding time-consuming rework. New Perspectives on Microsoft Office© 2010 contains a diverse group of authors who have had much experience with computer programming. Ann Shaffer has contributed to many books pertaining to computers, Microsoft© Word and New Perspectives. Patrick Carey has authored more than twenty academic and trade texts for the software industry. June Jamrich Parsons and Dan Oja purchased their first computers in 1981, working together to learn BASIC, dBASE II, Lotus 123, Wordstar, as well as a variety of accounting programs. They currently work via the Internet with a team of media specialists and desktop publishers to teach the most current programs of today. Kathleen T. Finnegan has edited and managed many textbooks on Microsoft applications for Cengage© Learning’s Course Technology.
Table of Contents
|Essential Computer Concepts|
|Exploring the Basics of Microsoft Windows 7|
|Managing Your Files with Windows 7|
|Browser and E-mail Basics|
|Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2010|
|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 2010|
|Exploring the Basics of Microsoft Windows XP|
|Managing Your Files with Windows XP|
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