Exploring Microsoft Office Professional 2000, Volume II / Edition 1

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All books in this series offer consistent presentation—common design, pedagogy, and writing style. Concepts as well as key-strokes are stressed. Hands-on exercises in every lesson provide just the right amount of practice time. MOUS Certification throughout the expert level for all individual applications and Office 2000. Three levels of chapter-ending exercises, multiple choice, practice, and case studies. For anyone interested in becoming more proficient in Microsoft Office 2000.
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Editorial Reviews

Whereas Volume I of this series meets the requirements for proficient certification in Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint 2000, this volume presents advanced features in all four applications and extends certification information to the expert level. Grauer and Barber (U. of Miami) discuss Word topics such as desktop publishing, creating a home page, and workgroups, forms, master documents, and macros; Excel information including list and data management, 3-D workbooks and file linking, automating repetitive tasks, and workgroups, auditing, and templates; slide show tools, the web, slide masters, and object linking and embedding in PowerPoint; and Access proficiency, subforms and multiple table queries, and many- to-many relationships. Wire ring binding. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130111005
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 8/19/1999
  • Series: Exploring Microsoft Office Professional 2000 Series
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: SPIRAL
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 848
  • Product dimensions: 9.39 (w) x 10.92 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents


5. Desktop Publishing: Creating a Newsletter.
6. Creating a Home Page: Introduction to HTML.
7. The Expert User: Work Groups, Master Documents, and Macros.
Appendix A: Toolbars.
Appendix B: Data Mapping.
Appendix C: Solver.


5. List and Data Management: Converting Data to Information.
6. Consolidating Data: 3-D Workbooks and File Linking.
7. Automating Repetitive Tasks: Macros and Visual Basic.
8. The Expert User: Workgroups, Auditing, and Templates.
Appendix A: Toolbars.
Appendix B: Data Mapping.
Appendix C: Solver.


4. Proficiency: Relational Databases, External Charts, and the Switchboard.
5. One-to-Many Relationships: Subforms and Multiple Table Queries.
6. Many-to-Many Relationships: A More Complex System.
7. Building Applications: The Switchboard Manager, Macros and Prototyping.
8. Creating More Powerful Applications: Introduction to VBA.
Appendix A: Toolbars.
Appendix B: Database Design—Getting the Most from Microsoft Access.
Appendix C: Combining an Access Database with a Word Form Letter.
Appendix D: A Semester Project.


2.Gaining Proficiency: Refining and Delivering a Presentation.
3. Adding Impact: The Web and Other Resources.
Appendix A: Toolbars.
Appendix B: Introduction to Multimedia.
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