A Practical Approach to Microsoft Office for Windows 95: Complete Course

A Practical Approach to Microsoft Office for Windows 95: Complete Course

by Patricia Murphy
     
 

ISBN-10: 0538714786

ISBN-13: 9780538714785

Pub. Date: 09/28/1996

Publisher: Cengage Learning

This software tutorial for Microsoft Office for Windows '95 is written for using Windows '95. This book is designed for use by those in computer applications, business computer applications, office technology, and word processing.

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This software tutorial for Microsoft Office for Windows '95 is written for using Windows '95. This book is designed for use by those in computer applications, business computer applications, office technology, and word processing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780538714785
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
09/28/1996
Series:
Df - Computer Applications Series
Edition description:
SPIRAL

Table of Contents

Getting Started with Microsoft Office—The Basics. MICROSOFT WORD: 1—Entering and Editing Text. 2—Creating, Printing, and Sending a Document. 3—Working with Basic Writing Tools. 4—Using Basic Formatting Techniques. 5—Enhancing Documents. 6—Using Timesaving Features. 7—Working with Tables. 8—Working with Mail Merge. 9—Inserting Pictures, Frames, and Objects. 10—Working with Long Documents. 11—Working with Forms. INDEX. MICROSOFT EXCEL: 1—Worksheet Basics. 2—Creating and Printing a Worksheet. 3—Formatting and Editing the Worksheet. 4—Using More of Excel's Timesaving Features. 5—Automating, Protecting, and Enhancing Work. 6—Working with Charts. 7—Using the Database Featues. 8—Additional Excel Features. INDEX. INTEGRATING APPLICATIONS—Word and Excel. MICROSOFT ACCESS. 1—Access Basics. 2—Designing and Creating a Database. 3—Working with Tables. 4—Creating a New Table. 5—Working with Forms. 6—Working with Queries. 7—Creating and Enhancing Reports. INDEX. INTEGRATING- Word, Excel, and Access. MICROSOFT POWERPOINT: 1—Powerpoint Presentations Basics. 2—Creating, Printing, and Sending a Presentation. 3—Inserting Pictures and Embedded Objects. 4—Using Drawing Toolbars. 5—Modifying a Presentation. 6—Additional PowerPoint Features. 7—Delivering the Presentation. INDEX. Integrating Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. INDEX.

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