Microsoft® Office 2010 Fundamentals

  • AUTHORS: Laura Story; Dawna Walls
  • ISBN-13: 9780538472463 
  • Grade(s): 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
  • 544 Pages  Hardcover 
  • 1st Edition  |  Previous Editions: 2010
  • ©2011     Published
  • Level(s): Flesch-Kincaid
  • Prices are valid only in the respective region

Overview

About The Product

Teach your introductory level class the essentials of the Microsoft Office 2010 software applications with Microsoft Office 2010 Fundamentals, part of the Origins Series. This text is ideal for inexperienced computer users who need to learn Microsoft Office 2010 skills for everyday life. Although introductory in nature, this text is comprehensive enough to cover the most important features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Publisher.

Features

  • Covers the primary features and commands of each application in self-contained units, which are comprised of multiple lessons.
  • Emphasizes learning-by-doing with step-by-step exercises that allow students to apply the skills covered in that lesson.
  • Illustrates concepts with large, full-color screenshots that will help students visualize each step.
  • Comes with extensive end-of-lesson material such as multiple-choice exercises, individual and teamwork projects, and Critical Thinking activities, which are designed to give students extra practice on skills and concepts covered in that lesson.

About the Contributor

AUTHORS
  • Laura Story

    Laura Story and Dawna Walls, both graduates of Texas Tech University, have co authored three books together for Course Technology and have collaborated on dozens of other writing and editing projects during the past two decades, including software textbooks, user's guides, tutorials, i-manuals, site documentation, training material, and supplements. With similar backgrounds in technical writing, Web development, computer education, and the IT industry, they bring a breadth of experience and expertise to the teaching process.

  • Dawna Walls

    Laura Story and Dawna Walls, both graduates of Texas Tech University, have co authored three books together for Course Technology and have collaborated on dozens of other writing and editing projects during the past two decades, including software textbooks, user's guides, tutorials, i-manuals, site documentation, training material, and supplements. With similar backgrounds in technical writing, Web development, computer education, and the IT industry, they bring a breadth of experience and expertise to the teaching process.

Table of Contents

UNIT 1: GETTING STARTED.
1: Working with Microsoft Office 2010.
UNIT 2: MICROSOFT WORD.
1: Understanding Word Basics.
2: Editing and Formatting Text.
3: Formatting Documents.
4: Working with Graphic Objects.
Unit Review.
UNIT 3: MICROSOFT EXCEL.
1: Understanding Excel Basics.
2: Formatting and Editing the Worksheet.
3: Using Formulas and Functions.
4: Working with Charts.
Unit Review.
UNIT 4: MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.
1: Understanding PowerPoint Basics.
2: Formatting and Modifying Presentations.
3: Delivering the Presentation.
Unit Review.
UNIT 5: MICROSOFT ACCESS.
1: Understanding Access Basics.
2: Creating Forms and Reports.
Unit Review.
UNIT 6: MICROSOFT PUBLISHER.
1: Understanding Publisher Basics.
UNIT 7: INTEGRATION BASICS.
1: Understanding Integration Basics.
Appendix A--Windows 7 Basics.
Appendix B--Outlook Basics.