Synopses & Reviews
Following the critical thinking, problem-solving approach of the New Perspectives Series students will gain a comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Word 2007, including the new features of the software. The case-based tutorials challenge students to apply what they are learning to real-life tasks, preparing them to easily transfer skills to new situations. With the New Perspectives Series approach, students understand why they're learning what they're learning, and are better situated to retain skills.
In the New Perspective Series, this title takes a case-based, problem-solving approach to teaching Microsoft Word 2007 skills.
Market leading text, NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MICRSOFT OFFICE WORD 2007 now comes with video! The tutorial videos focus on the most important or difficult concepts and skills, helping you better engage in and retain information. With the text's critical thinking, case-based approach you understand why you're learning what you're learning, and are prepared to easily transfer skills to new situations.
Part of the New Perspectives series, this text offers a case-based, problem-solving approach and innovative technology for meaningful learning of Microsoft Word 2003 in an introductory course.
About the Author
S. Scott Zimmerman obtained a Ph.D. from Florida State University and was a postdoctoral fellow at Cornell University. He is currently a professor at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah and has published many scientific papers, computer articles, and computer programming and applications software books. Beverly B. Zimmerman, an award-winning Associate Professor at Brigham Young University, holds a Ph.D. in instructional design. She has published several articles on the use of computer technology for teaching writing, co-authored over 30 books on computer applications software, and authored an oral presentations book. Ann Shaffer has contributed to several books about computers, including New Perspectives on Microsoft Word. She began in textbook publishing as a Development Editor for William C. Brown and is now a freelance technical editor and writer. Ann holds a Master's degree in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Table of Contents
Using Common Features of Microsoft Office 2003 Tutorial 1: Creating a Document Tutorial 2: Editing and Formatting a Document Tutorial 3: Creating a Multiple-Page Report Tutorial 4: Desktop Publishing and Mail Merge Tutorial 5: Creating Styles, Outlines, Tables, and Tables of Contents Tutorial 6: Creating Form Letters and Mailing Labels Tutorial 7: Collaborating with Others and Creating Web Pages