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Overview

For introductory computer courses on Microsoft Office 2010 or courses in computer concepts with a lab component for Microsoft Office 2010 applications.

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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. The Exploring series for Office 2010 also enables students to extend the learning beyond the classroom.

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Students go to college now with a different set of skills than they did five years ago. With this in mind, the Exploring series seeks to move students beyond the basics of the software at a faster pace, without sacrificing coverage of the fundamental skills that everybody needs to know.¿¿A lot of learning takes place outside of the classroom, and the Exploring series provides learning tools that students can access anytime, anywhere.

Subscriptions to MyITLab are available to purchase online or packaged with your textbook (unique ISBN). Contact your Pearson representative, or visit www.myitlab.com for further information.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132873604
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 1/25/2012
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1176
  • Sales rank: 353,661
  • Product dimensions: 9.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Robert T. Grauer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems at the University of Miami, where he has been honored with the Outstanding Teacher Award in the School of Business.¿ He is the vision behind the Exploring Series, which is about to sell its 3 millionth copy.

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Dr. Grauer has written more than 50 books on programming and information systems.¿ His work has been translated into three foreign languages and is used in all aspects of higher education at both national and international levels.

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Dr. Grauer also has been a consultant to several major corporations including IBM and American Express.¿ He received his Ph.D. in operations research in 1972 from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.

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Mary Anne Poatsy, MBA, CFP, is an adjunct faculty member at Montgomery County Community College, teaching various computer application and concepts courses in face-to-face and online environments. Mary Anne holds a B.A. in Psychology and Elementary Education from Mount Holyoke College and an MBA in Finance from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Mary Anne has more than nine years of educational experience, ranging from elementary and secondary education to Montgomery County Community College, Muhlenberg College, and Bucks County Community College, as well as training in the professional environment. Prior to teaching, Mary Anne was a vice president at Shearson Lehman Hutton in the Municipal Bond Investment Banking department.

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She is a co-author on Technology in Action as well as Better Business.

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Lynn Hogan has taught computer literacy and microcomputer applications classes at Calhoun Community College for 25 years.¿ For the past 18 years, she has served as chair of the Department of Computer Information Systems.¿ She received Calhoun’s outstanding instructor award in 2006, and currently teaches computer literacy for senior adults and web design courses.¿ Having developed the first online computer course at Calhoun, she continues to work with the distance education program.¿ She received an M.B.A. from the University of North Alabama and a Ph.D. from the University of Alabama.

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She resides in Alabama with her husband and two daughters.¿ Much of her free time is spent traveling to cutting horse shows and dressage shows, watching her daughters compete.¿ In addition to working with horses, she enjoys cooking, reading, and family travel

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Michelle Hulett received a B.S. degree in CIS from the University of Arkansas and a M.B.A. from Missouri State University.¿ She has worked for various organizations as a programmer, network administrator, computer literacy coordinator, and educator.¿ She currently teaches computer literacy and Web design classes at Missouri State University.

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When not teaching or writing, she enjoys flower gardening, traveling (Alaska and Hawaii are favorites), hiking, canoeing, and camping with her husband, John, and dog, Dakota.

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Cynthia Krebs is a professor in the Digital Media Department at Utah Valley State College, where she has taught since 1988.¿ In addition to teaching classes in basic computer proficiency using Microsoft Office, she teaches classes in business presentations, business graphics, and an introduction to multimedia.¿ She has received the Teacher-of-the-Year Award in the School of Business twice during her tenure at UVSC.

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She has written chapters for many texts, co-authored a text on advanced word processing, and has presented locally and nationally.¿ A graduate of Utah State University, Cynthia lives in Springville, Utah.

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She has four children and one granddaughter.¿ When she isn’t teaching or writing, she enjoys spending time with her children and spoiling her granddaughter.

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Kendall E. Martin, Ph.D.,¿ has been teaching since 1988 at a number of institutions, including Villanova University, DeSales University, Arcadia University, Ursinus College, County College of Morris, and Montgomery County Community College, at both the undergraduate and master’s degree level. Kendall’s education includes a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Rochester and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. She has industrial experience in research and development environments (AT&T Bell Laboratories) as well as experience from several start-up technology firms. At Ursinus College, Kendall developed a successful faculty training program for distance education instructors, and she makes conference presentations during the year.

She is a co-author on Technology in Action as well as Better Business.

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Keith A. Mast develops a wide range of Access applications that solve challenging business problems and improve efficiency. His solutions help businesses and organizations in manufacturing, pharmaceutical, financial services, and agriculture, among other industries. Clients include Visible Filing Concepts, Inc.; Moyer’s Chicks, Inc.; Marcho Farms, Inc.; TCM America, Inc.; LANsultants, Inc.; Spector, Roseman, Kodroff, & Willis, PC; Heinz, Inc.; DuPont; and Sony Entertainment. He is an adjunct faculty member at Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, continuing his long-standing love of teaching and exemplified by his prior experience as a high school teacher, business school instructor, and Access seminar leader.

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Keith promotes the ethical standards of the consulting profession both in how Mast Consulting, LLC deals with its clients and as an active volunteer leader of the Independent Computer Consultants Association of the Delaware Valley.

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Keith resides in Norristown, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. In his free time, he enjoys biking, running, kayaking, ballroom dancing, and being in nature. For more information, visit him on Facebook, LinkedIn, or at www.keithmast.com.

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Dr. Keith Mulbery is an Associate Professor in the Information Systems and Technology Department at Utah Valley State College, where he teaches computer applications, programming, and MIS classes.¿ He has written more than 15 software textbooks and business communication test banks.¿ In January 2001, he received the Utah Valley State College Board of Trustees Award of Excellence for authoring MOUS Essentials Word 2000.¿ In addition to his series editor and authoring experience, he also served as a developmental editor on two word processing textbooks.

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He received his B.S. and M.Ed. (majoring in Business Education) from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and earned his Ph.D. in Education with an emphasis in Business Information Systems at Utah State University in 2006.¿ His dissertation topic was computer-assisted instructions using TAIT to supplement traditional instruction in basic computer proficiency courses.

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Table of Contents

Contents
Windows 7
Chapter One ¤ Getting Started with Windows 7
Case Study: Cedar Cove Elementary School
Objectives
Windows 7 Fundamentals
Understanding the Desktop
Managing Windows
HANDS-ON EXERCI SE 1:
Windows 7 Fundamentals
Windows Programs and Security Features
Identifying Windows Accessories
Working with Security Settings and Software
HANDS-ON EXERCI SE 2:
Windows Programs and Security Features
WINDOWS SEARCH AND HELP
Performing a Search
Getting Help
HANDS-ON EXERCI SE 3:
Windows Search and Help
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Office Fundamentals and File Management
Chapter One ¤ Office Fundamentals and File Management
Case Study: Rails And Trails
Objectives
Files and Folders
Using Windows Explorer
Working with Folders and Files
Selecting, Copying, and Moving Multiple Files
and Folders
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Files and Folders
Microsoft Office Software
Identifying Common Interface Components
Getting Office Help
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Microsoft Office Software
Backstage View Tasks
Opening a File
Printing a File
Closing a File and Application
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Backstage View Tasks
Home Tab Tasks
Selecting and Editing Text
Using the Clipboard Group Tasks
Using the Editing Group Tasks
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Home Tab Tasks
Insert Tab Tasks
Inserting Objects
Review Tab Tasks
Reviewing a File
Page Layout Tab Tasks
Changing Page Settings
Hands-On Excercise 5:
Tasks on the Insert Tab, Page Layout Tab, and Review Tab
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Microsoft Office Word 2010
Chapter One ¤ Introduction to Word
Case Study: First River Outfitter
Objectives
Introduction To Word Processing
Understanding How Word Processors Work
Customizing Word
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Introduction to Word Processing
Document Organization
Using Features That Improve Readability
Checking Spelling and Grammar
Displaying a Document in Different Views
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Document Organization
Finalize A Document
Preparing a Document for Distribution
Modifying Document Properties
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Finalize a Document
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Two ¤ Document Presentation
Case Study: Simserv-Pitka Enterprises
Objectives
Text Formatting Features
Applying Font Attributes Through the Font Dialog Box
Controlling Word Wrap
HAN DS-ON EXERCI SE 1:
Text Formatting Features
Paragraph Formatting Features
Setting Off Paragraphs with Tabs, Borders, Lists,
and Columns
Applying Paragraph Formats
HAN DS-ON EXERCI SE 2:
Paragraph Formatting Features
Styles
Understanding Styles
Creating and Modifying Styles
HAN DS-ON EXERCI SE 3:
Styles
Graphical Objects
Formatting a Graphical Object
Inserting Symbols into a Document
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Graphical Objects
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Three ¤ Collaboration and Research
Case Study: Marketing Plan For Take Note Paperie
Objectives
Document Revisions
Inserting Comments in a Document
Tracking Changes in a Document
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Document Revisions
Research Paper Basics
Acknowledging a Source
Creating and Modifying Footnotes and Endnotes
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Research Paper Basics
Research Paper Enhancements
Inserting a Table of Contents and Index
Adding Other Reference Tables
Creating Cross-References
HAN DS-ON EXERCI SE 3:
Research Paper Enhancements
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Four ¤ Document Productivity
Case Study: Community Disaster Relief Center
Objectives
TABLES
Inserting a Table
Formatting a Table
Hands-On Exercise 1:
Tables
Advanced Table Features
Sorting and Applying Formulas to Table Data
Converting Text to a Table
HANDS-ON EXERCISE 2:
Advanced Table Features
Mail Merge
Selecting a Main Document
Selecting or Creating Recipients
COLABORATION CAPSTONE
Word
Inserting Merge Fields
Merging a Main Document and a Data Source
HANDS-ON EXERCISE 3:
Mail Merge
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
COLLABORATION CAPSTONE ¤ Word
Chapter 1 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 2 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 3 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 4 Collaboration Exercise
Microsoft Office Excel 2010
Chapter One ¤ Introduction to Excel
Case Study: Ok Office Systems
Objectives
Introduction To Spreadsheets
Planning for Effective Workbook and Worksheet Design
Exploring the Excel Window
Entering and Editing Cell Data
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Introduction to Spreadsheets
Mathematics and Formulas
Using Symbols and the Order of Precedence
Using Auto Fill
Displaying Cell Formulas
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Mathematics and Formulas
Workbook And Worksheet Management
Managing Worksheets
Managing Columns and Rows
Selecting, Moving, Copying, and Pasting
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Workbook and Worksheet Management
Formatting
Applying Alignment and Font Options
Applying Number Formats
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Formatting
Page Setup And Printing
Selecting Page Setup Options
Printing a Worksheet
Hands-On Excercise 5:
Page Setup and Printing
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Two ¤ Formulas and Functions
Case Study: Denver Mortgage Company
Objectives
Formula Basics
Using Semi-Selection to Create a Formula
Using Relative, Absolute, and Mixed Cell References in Formulas
Avoiding Circular References
HAN DS-ON EXERCI SE 1:
Formula Basics
Function Basics
Inserting a Function
Totaling Values with the SUM Function
Inserting Basic Statistical Functions
Using Date Functions
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Function Basics
Logical, Lookup, and Financial Functions
Determining Results with the IF Function
Using Lookup Functions
Calculating Payments with the PMT Function
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Logical, Lookup, and Financial Functions
Range Names
Creating and Maintaining Range Names
Using Range Names in Formulas
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Range Names
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Three ¤ Charts
Case Study: Hort University Majors
Objectives
Chart Basics
Deciding Which Chart Type to Create
Creating a Chart
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Chart Basics
Chart Design
Changing the Chart Type
Changing the Data Source and Structure
Applying a Chart Layout and a Chart Style
Moving a Chart
Printing Charts
Inserting and Customizing a Sparkline
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Chart Design
Chart Layout
Selecting and Formatting Chart Elements
Customizing Chart Labels
Formatting the Axes and Gridlines
Adding a Trendline
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Chart Layout
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Four ¤ Datasets and Tables
Case Study: The Spa Experts
Objectives
Large Datasets
Freezing Rows and Columns
Printing Large Datasets
HAN DS-ON EXERCI SE 1:
Large Datasets
Excel Tables
Understanding Table Design
Creating a Table
Applying a Table Style
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Excel Tables
Table Manipulation and Aggregation
Sorting Data
Filtering Data
Using Structured References and a Total Row
Collaboration Capstone
Excel
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Table Manipulation and Aggregation
Conditional Formatting
Applying Conditional Formatting
Creating a New Rule
Sorting and Filtering Using Conditional Formatting
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Conditional Formatting
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
COLLABORATION CAPSTONE ¤ Excel
Chapter 1 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 2 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 3 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 4 Collaboration Exercise
Microsoft Office Access 2010
Chapter One ¤ Introduction to Access
Case Study: Managing A Business in the Global
Economy
Objectives
Databases Are Everywhere!
Navigating Among the Objects in an Access Database
Understanding the Difference Between Working
inStorage and Memory
Practicing Good Database File Management
Backing Up, Compacting, and Repairing Access Files
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Databases Are Everywhere!
Filters, Sorts, and Acess Versus Excel
Creating Filters
Sorting Table Data on One or More Fields
Knowing When to Use Access or Excel to Manage Data
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Filters, Sorts, and Access Versus Excel
Relational Database
Using the Relationships Windows
Understanding Relational Power
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Relational Database
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Two ¤ Relational Databases and Queries
Case Study: Bank Auditor Uncovers Midhandled
Funds
Objectives
Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards
Designing Data
Creating Tables
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Table Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards
Multiple Table Databases
Understanding Table Relationships
Sharing Data with Excel
Establishing Table Relationships
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Multiple Table Databases
Single-Table Queries
Creating a Single-Table Query
Specifying Criteria for Different Data Types
Copying and Running a Query
Using the Query Wizard
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Single-Table Queries
Multi-Table Queries
Creating a Multi-Table Query
Modifying a Multi-Table Query
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Multi-Table Queries
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Three ¤ Customize, Analyze, and Summarize Query Data
Case Study: Housing Slump Means
Opportunity for College Students
Objectives
Calculations, Expressions, and Functions
Understanding the Order of Operations
Creating a Calculated Field in a Query
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Calculations, Expressions, and Functions
Expression Builder, Functions, and Date Arithmetic
Creating Expressions with the Expression Builder
Using Built-In Functions in Access
Performing Date Arithmetic
Hands-On Exercise 2:
Expression Builder, Functions, and Date Arithmetic
Aggregate Functions
Adding Aggregate Functions to Datasheets and Queries
Hands-On Exercise 2:
Aggregate Functions
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Four ¤ Creating and Using Professional Forms and Reports
Case Study: Coffee Shop Starts new Business
Objectives
Form Basics
Creating Forms Using the Form Tools
Modifying a Form
Sorting Records in a Form
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Form Basics
Form Sections, Views, and Controls
Identifying Form Sections
Revising Forms Using Form Views
Identifying Control Types in Forms
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Form Sections, Views, and Controls
Report Basics
Creating Reports Using Report Tools
Modifying a Report
Sorting Records in a Report
Collaboration Capstone
Access
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Report Basics
Report Sections, Views, and Controls
Identifying Report Sections
Revising Reports Using Report Views
Identifying Control Types in Reports
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Report Sections, Views, and Controls
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
COLLABORATION CAPSTONE ¤ Access
Chapter 1 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 2 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 3 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 4 Collaboration Exercise
Microsoft Office Powerpoint 2010
Chapter One ¤ Introduction to PowerPoint
Case Study: Be A Trainer
Objectives
Introduction to Powerpoint
Using PowerPoint Views
Saving as a Slide Show
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Introduction to PowerPoint
Presentation Creation
Planning a Presentation
Assessing Presentation Content
Using Slide Layouts
Applying Themes
Reviewing the Presentation
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Presentation Creation
Presentation Development
Inserting Media Objects
Adding a Table
Using Animations and Transitions
Inserting a Header or Footer
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Presentation Development
Navigation and Printing
Running and Navigating a Slide Slow
Printing in PowerPoint
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Navigation and Printing
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Two ¤ Presentation Development
Case Study: The Wellness Education Center
Objectives
Templates
Creating a Presentation Using a Template
Modifying a Template
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Templates
Outlines
Creating a Presentation in Outline View
Modifying an Outline Structure
Printing an Outline
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Outlines
Data Imports
Importing an Outline
Adding Existing Content to a Presentation
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Data Imports
Design
Using Sections
Examining Slide Show Design Principles
Modifying a Theme
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Design
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Three ¤ Presentation Design
Case Study: Illustrations and Infographics
Mini-Camp
Objectives
Shapes
Creating Shapes
Applying Quick Styles and Customizing Shapes
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Shapes
Smartart and Wordart
Creating SmartArt
Modifying SmartArt
Creating WordArt
Modifying WordArt
Hands-On Excercise 2:
SmartArt and WordArt
Object Manipulation
Modifying Objects
Arranging Objects
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Object Manipulation
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
Chapter Four ¤ PowerPoint Rich Media Tools
Case Study: Wedding Albums
Objectives
Pictures
Inserting a Picture
Transforming a Picture
Using the Internet as a Resource
Hands-On Excercise 1:
Pictures
Video
Adding Video
Using Video Tools
Hands-On Excercise 2:
Video
Audio
Adding Audio
Changing Audio Settings
Hands-On Excercise 3:
Audio
Photo Albums
Creating a Photo Album
Setting Photo Album Options
Hands-On Excercise 4:
Photo Albums
Chapter Objectives Review
Key Terms
Multiple Choice
Practice Exercises
Mid-Level Exercises
Capstone Exercise
Beyond The Classroom
COLLABORATION CAPSTONE ¤ PowerPoint
Chapter 1 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 2 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 3 Collaboration Exercise
Chapter 4 Collaboration Exercise
CAPSTONE EXERCISES
VOLUME 1 ¤ Using Office in Paralegal, Zoo, and Medical Professions
Paralegal
Word
Excel
Access
PowerPoint
Integrated
Zoo
Word
Excel
Access
PowerPoint
Integrated
Medical
Word
Excel
Access
PowerPoint
Integrated
Glossary
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