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Mos 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlookby Joan Lambert
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Demonstrate your expertise with the 2007 Microsoft Office system! This comprehensive study guide covers all the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist exams for Microsoft Office, including Word 2007, Excel 2007, Outlook 2007, PowerPoint 2007, and Access 2007. For each exam, youll build the skills and knowledge measured by its objectives through a series of step-by-step exercises, practice questions, and real-world scenarios. Easy-to-follow screen shots and explanations bring key concepts to life and expertly guide you through the material. The CD includes the practice files for all the book\'s lessons. Youll even get a voucher for a practice pre-test. Earn the premier credential and showcase your expertise in the popular Microsoft Office programs!
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Demonstrate your expertise with Microsoft Office 2010! This all-in-one guide is designed to help you practice and prepare for the four core Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams.
With the MOS 2010 Study Guide, you get full, objective-by-objective coverage for:
About the Author
Joan Lambert is the author of more than a dozen books about Microsoft Office and Windows, including several popular Step by Step titles from Microsoft Press. Joyce Cox has 20+ years’ experience developing training materials on technical subjects for non-technical audiences, including dozens of books about Office and Windows.
Table of Contents
Taking a Microsoft Certified Application Specialist Exam; The Microsoft Business Certification Program; Selecting a Certification Path; Test-Taking Tips; Certification Benefits; For More Information; Using This Book to Study for a Certification Exam; Features and Conventions of This Book; Additional Resources; Working in the Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface; Using the Companion CD; CD Contents; Minimum System Requirements; Installing the Practice Files; Using the Practice Files; Removing and Uninstalling the Practice Files; Getting Help; Getting Help with This Book and Its Companion CD; Getting Help with an Office Program; More Information; Part 77-601: Using Microsoft Office Word 2007; Chapter 1: Creating and Customizing Documents; 1.1 Create and format documents; 1.2 Lay out documents; 1.3 Make documents and content easier to find; 1.4 Personalize Word 2007; Objective Review; Chapter 2: Formatting Content; 2.1 Format text and paragraphs; 2.2 Manipulate text; 2.3 Control pagination; Objective Review; Chapter 3: Working with Visual Content; 3.1 Insert illustrations; 3.2 Format illustrations; 3.3 Format text graphically; 3.4 Insert and modify text boxes; Objective Review; Chapter 4: Organizing Content; 4.1 Structure content by using Quick Parts; 4.2 Use tables and lists to organize content; 4.3 Modify tables; 4.4 Insert and format references and captions; 4.5 Merge documents and data sources; Objective Review; Chapter 5: Reviewing Documents; 5.1 Navigate documents; 5.2 Compare and merge document versions; 5.3 Manage tracked changes; 5.4 Insert, modify, and delete comments; Objective Review; Chapter 6: Sharing and Securing Content; 6.1 Prepare documents for sharing; 6.2 Control document access; 6.3 Attach digital signatures; Objective Review; Part 77-602: Using Microsoft Office Excel 2007; Chapter 1: Creating and Manipulating Data; 1.1 Insert data by using Auto Fill; 1.2 Ensure data integrity; 1.3 Modify cell contents and formats; 1.4 Change worksheet views; 1.5 Manage worksheets; Objective Review; Chapter 2: Formatting Data and Content; 2.1 Format worksheets; 2.2 Insert and modify rows and columns; 2.3 Format cells and cell content; 2.4 Format data as a table; Objective Review; Chapter 3: Creating and Modifying Formulas; 3.1 Reference data in formulas; 3.2 Summarize data by using a formula; 3.3 Summarize data by using subtotals; 3.4 Conditionally summarize data by using a formula; 3.5 Look up data by using a formula; 3.6 Use conditional logic in a formula; 3.7 Format or modify text by using formulas; 3.8 Display and print formulas; Objective Review; Chapter 4: Presenting Data Visually; 4.1 Create and format charts; 4.2 Modify charts; 4.3 Apply conditional formatting; 4.4 Insert and modify illustrations; 4.5 Outline data; 4.6 Sort and filter data; Objective Review; Chapter 5: Collaborating and Securing Data; 5.1 Manage changes to workbooks; 5.2 Protect and share workbooks; 5.3 Prepare workbooks for distribution; 5.4 Save workbooks; 5.5 Set print options for printing data, worksheets, and workbooks; Objective Review; Part 77-603: Using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007; Chapter 1: Creating and Formatting Presentations; 1.1 Create new presentations; 1.2 Customize slide masters; 1.3 Add elements to slide masters; 1.4 Create and change presentation elements; 1.5 Arrange slides; Objective Review; Chapter 2: Creating and Formatting Slide Content; 2.1 Insert and format text boxes; 2.2 Manipulate text; 2.3 Add and link existing content to presentations; 2.4 Apply, customize, modify, and remove animations; Objective Review; Chapter 3: Working with Visual Content; 3.1 Create SmartArt diagrams; 3.2 Modify SmartArt diagrams; 3.3 Insert illustrations and shapes; 3.4 Modify illustrations; 3.5 Arrange illustrations and other content; 3.6 Insert and modify charts; 3.7 Insert and modify tables; Objective Review; Chapter 4: Collaborating On and Delivering Presentations; 4.1 Review presentations; 4.2 Protect presentations; 4.3 Secure and share presentations; 4.4 Prepare printed materials; 4.5 Prepare for and rehearse presentation delivery; Objective Review; Part 77-604: Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007; Chapter 1: Managing Messages; 1.1 Create and send an e-mail message; 1.2 Create and manage your signature and automated messages; 1.3 Manage e-mail message attachments; 1.4 Configure e-mail message sensitivity and importance settings; 1.5 Configure e-mail message security settings; 1.6 Configure e-mail message delivery options; 1.7 View e-mail messages; Objjjjjjective Review; Chapter 2: Managing Scheduling; 2.1 Create appointments, meetings, and events; 2.2 Send meeting requests; 2.3 Update, cancel, and respond to meeting requests; 2.4 Customize calendar settings; 2.5 Share your calendar with other people; 2.6 View other calendars; Objective Review; Chapter 3: Managing Tasks; 3.1 Create and modify tasks, and mark tasks as complete; 3.2 Accept, decline, assign, update, and respond to tasks; Objective Review; Chapter 4: Managing Contacts and Personal Contact Information; 4.1 Create and modify contacts; 4.2 Edit and use an electronic business card; 4.3 Create and modify distribution lists; 4.4 Create a secondary address book; Objective Review; Chapter 5: Organizing Information; 5.1 Categorize Outlook 2007 items by color; 5.2 Create and manage Outlook 2007 data files; 5.3 Organize mail folders; 5.4 Locate Outlook 2007 items by using the search feature; 5.5 Create, modify, and remove rules to manage e-mail messages; 5.6 Customize your Outlook 2007 experience; Objective Review; Part 77-605: Using Microsoft Office Access 2007; Chapter 1: Structuring a Database; 1.1 Define data needs and types; 1.2 Define and print table relationships; 1.3 Add, set, change, or remove primary keys; 1.4 Split databases; Objective Review; Chapter 2: Creating and Formatting Database Elements; 2.1 Create databases; 2.2 Create tables; 2.3 Modify tables; 2.4 Create fields and modify field properties; 2.5 Create forms; 2.6 Create reports; 2.7 Modify the design of reports and forms; Objective Review; Chapter 3: Entering and Modifying Data; 3.1 Enter, edit, and delete records; 3.2 Navigate among records; 3.3 Find and replace data; 3.4 Attach documents to and detach from records; 3.5 Import data; Objective Review; Chapter 4: Creating and Modifying Queries; 4.1 Create queries; 4.2 Modify queries; Objective Review; Chapter 5: Presenting and Sharing Data; 5.1 Sort data; 5.2 Filter data; 5.3 Create and modify charts; 5.4 Export data; 5.5 Save database objects as other file types; 5.6 Print database objects; Objective Review; Chapter 6: Managing and Maintaining Databases; 6.1 Perform routine database operations; 6.2 Manage databases; Objective Review; Appendix : About the Authors; The Team; Online Training Solutions, Inc. (OTSI); Appendix : Choose the Right Book for You;\n
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