Exploring Microsoft Office 2010 Getting Started with Web Apps

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The goal of the Exploring series has been to move students beyond the point and click, helping them understand the why and how behind each skill.

** This is a one-chapter supplement. **

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Overview


The goal of the Exploring series has been to move students beyond the point and click, helping them understand the why and how behind each skill.

** This is a one-chapter supplement. **

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781256022176
  • Publisher: Pearson Learning Solutions
  • Publication date: 7/29/2011
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 92
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

CHAPTER ONE ¤ Introduction to Windows Live 1

CASE STUDY: THE BELLINGHAM CORPORATION 1

OBJECTIVES 1

COLLABORATION ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB 2

Describing Cloud Computing 2

Accessing SkyDrive 5

Identifying the Components of the Windows Live Interface 7

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 1:

Collaboration on the World Wide Web 11

WINDOWS LIVE SKYDRIVE FEATURES 16

Using Folders on SkyDrive 16

Sharing Folders on SkyDrive 18

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 2:

Windows Live SkyDrive Features 21

WINDOWS LIVE SETTINGS AND HELP 25

Changing Windows Live Settings 25

Getting Help for Windows Live SkyDrive 28

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 3:

Windows Live Settings and Help 30

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES REVIEW 36

KEY TERMS 36

MULTIPLE CHOICE 37

PRACTICE EXERCISES 38

MID-LEVEL EXERCISES 40

CAPSTONE EXERCISE 42

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM 43

OFFICE WEB APPS

CHAPTER TWO ¤ Introduction to Office Web Apps 45

CASE STUDY: THE GET FIT WELLNESS PROGRAM 45

OBJECTIVES 45

DOCUMENT CREATION USING CLOUD COMPUTING 46

Identifying the Components of Office Web Apps 46

Uploading, Opening, Modifying, and Saving an Existing Word Document 49

Creating, Saving, and Sharing a Word Document 51

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 1: Document Creation Using Cloud Computing 54

WORKBOOKS AND PRESENTATIONS 58

Uploading, Opening, Modifying, and Saving an Existing Excel Workbook 58

Creating, Saving, and Sharing an Excel Workbook 60

Opening, Viewing, and Printing an Existing PowerPoint Presentation 62

Creating, Saving, and Sharing a PowerPoint Presentation 65

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 2: Workbooks and Presentations 67

ELECTRONIC NOTEBOOKS 72

Creating, Saving, and Sharing a New

OneNote Notebook 72

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 3: Electronic Notebooks 78

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES REVIEW 81

KEY TERMS 81

MULTIPLE CHOICE 82

PRACTICE EXERCISES 83

MID-LEVEL EXERCISES 85

CAPSTONE EXERCISE 87

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM 88

GLOSSARY 89

INDEX 91

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