Synopses & Reviews
This text includes features that make learning easy and enjoyable - yet - challenging for learners. The text includes a wide range of learning experiences from activities with one or two commands to simulations and case studies that challenge and sharpen learners' problem-solving skills. This book is ideal for computer courses with learners who have varying abilities and previous computer experiences. The book covers Office 2003 Basics and the Internet, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Publisher.
This Microsoft Office 2010 Advanced text, part of the Origins Series, includes features that make learning easy and enjoyable yet challenging for students. Covering advanced level Microsoft Office 2010 applications, the text provides a wide range of learning experiences from activities with one or two commands to simulations and case studies that challenge and sharpen learners' problem-solving skills. This is a hardcover text.
About the Author
Sandra Cable is the author and co-author of numerous books with Course Technology. Her books include both introductory and advanced levels of Microsoft Excel and Access. The author holds a doctorate in Education from Texas A&M University - Commerce. In addition to working full-time for an international corporation in Dallas, TX, she volunteers to teach at seminars and in classrooms promoting simple approaches to using computer applications. Connie Morrison has over 30 years of combined experience in education and educational publishing. She has taught students at all grade levels from elementary through college, and she has trained employees in industry. Connie currently works as an education consultant for Encore Training, Inc., providing staff development and training for educators.
Table of Contents
Introduction Lesson 1: Microsoft Office 2003 Basics and the Internet Advanced Microsoft Word Lesson 9: Sorting and Calculating Lesson 10: Customizing Tables and Creating Charts Lesson 11: Merging Form Documents, Directories, Mailing Labels, and Envelopes Lesson 12: Formatting Graphics and Text Boxes Lesson 13: Working with Long Documents Lesson 14: Editing in Workgroups Lesson 15: Creating Forms and Working with Web Documents Lesson 16: Customizing Features Lesson 17: Creating Indexes and Tables of Contents, Figures, and Authorities Advanced Microsoft Excel Lesson 9: Applying Advanced Worksheet and Chart Options Lesson 10: Using Lists Lesson 11: Filtering, Extracting, and Using Database Functions Lesson 12: Working with Analysis Tools Lesson 13: Creating PivotTables and PivotCharts Lesson 14: Creating Macros and Menus Lesson 15: Importing and Exporting Lesson 16: Using Templates and Protection Lesson 17: Working with Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks Lesson 18: Working with Shared Workbooks Lesson 19: Using Outlines, Subtotals, and Validation Lesson 20: Using Advanced Excel Tools Advanced Microsoft Access Lesson 7: Modifying Table Design Lesson 8: Relationships in Tables and Queries Lesson 9: Advanced Form Features Lesson 10: Analyzing Data Lesson 11: Advanced Queries and Filters Lesson 12: Advanced Report Features Lesson 13: Importing and Exporting Data Lesson 14: Creating Macros and Switchboards Lesson 15: Working with Web Features Lesson 16: Using Management Tools Lesson 17: Utilizing Advanced Management Tools Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint Lesson 5: Using Advanced Text Features Lesson 6: Creating Tables and Charts Lesson 7: Working with Visual and Sound Objects Lesson 8: Customizing Options Lesson 9: Importing and Exporting Information Lesson 10: Using Advanced Presentation Features Advanced Microsoft Outlook Lesson 4: Customizing and Sharing Outlook Information Lesson 5: Advanced Outlook Features Capstone Simulation: The Alexander Pharmaceutical Company Appendix A: The Microsoft Office Specialist Program