Synopses & Reviews
Introduce your students to Microsoft Office Word 2007 with the books teachers know and trust from the award-winning authors, Pasewark and Pasewark along with contributing authors Rachel Biheller Bunin, Jessica Evans, Katherine T. Pinard, and Robin M. Romer. This text includes features that make learning easy and enjoyable, yet challenging for learners. Students will be engaged with activities that range from simulations to case studies that challenge and sharpen problem-solving skills.
Microsoft Word 2007 Introductory is designed for beginning users of Microsoft Office 2007. This self-paces, step-by-step book with corresponding screenshots makes learning easy and enjoyable. Students will learn the new features of the software through a variety of activities, simulations, and case studies. End-of-lesson exercises reinforce the skills covered in each lesson.
An introductory manual for Office Word 12.
About the Author
Pasewark LTD is a family owned business. The authors have written more than 100 books about computers, accounting, and office technology. Pasewark LTD authors are members of several professional associations that help authors write better books. The authors have been recognized with numerous awards for classroom teaching. Katherine T. Pinard has over 20 years experience writing and editing books about computers and applications. She has co-authored or contributed to ten books published by Course Technology and has edited over 50 titles for the company, as well as numerous titles for other publishers. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three children.
Table of Contents
Introduction Lesson 1: Microsoft Windows Vista Basics Lesson 2: Microsoft Office 2007 Basics Microsoft Word 2007 Lesson 1: Word Basics Lesson 2: Basic Editing Lesson 3: Helpful Word Features Lesson 4: Formatting Text Lesson 5: Formatting Paragraphs and Documents Lesson 6: Working with Graphics Lesson 7: Working with Documents Lesson 8: Increasing Efficiency Using Word Additional Material Appendix A: Computer Concepts Appendix B: Keyboarding Touch System Improvement