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The primary goal of GO! with Microsoft Office 2007 Introductory, 1/e, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation, with an approach that is based on clearly-defined projects for students and a one of a kind supplements package. Thorough coverage of Office 2007 applications, from getting started to project-based skills application. MARK ET: Ideal for students and professionals seeking a conclusive introduction to Microsoft Office 2007 applications.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780136158714
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 11/30/2007
  • Series: Go! Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 800
  • Product dimensions: 8.94 (w) x 10.64 (h) x 1.01 (d)

Meet the Author

Shelley Gaskin, Series Editor for the GO! Series, is a professor of business and computer technology at Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California. She holds a master's degree in business education from Northern Illinois University and a doctorate in adult and community education from Ball State University. Dr. Gaskin has 15 years of experience in the computer industry with several Fortune 500 companies and has developed and written training materials for custom systems applications in both the public and private sector. She is also the author of books on Microsoft Outlook and word processing.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Integrating Word and Excel

Project 1A: Adamantine Sales

Objective 1: Create a Word Document

Activity 1.1 Starting Word and Setting Tab Stops

Activity 1.2 Entering and Formatting Text

Activity 1.3 Inserting Text from Another Word Document

Activity 1.4 Saving a Document, Creating a Footer, and Inserting Quick Parts

Objective 2: Copy Word Text into an Excel Workbook

Activity 1.5 Starting Excel, Saving a Workbook, and Adding a Footer

Activity 1.6 Copying and Pasting Word Text into an Excel Workbook

Objective 3: Modify an Excel Worksheet

Activity 1.7 Creating a Formula, Summing Values with the SUM Function, and Using AutoFill

Activity 1.8 Formatting Numbers and Text

Objective 4: Preview and Print Word and Excel Files

Acitvity 1.9 Previewing and Printing an Excel Workbook

Activity 1.10 Previewing and Printing a Word Document

Project 1B: US Sales

Objective 5: Work with an Existing Word Document

Activity 1.11 Creating a Table in Word

Activity 1.12 Inserting and Deleting Table Rows and Table Columns

Activity 1.13 Formatting a Table

Activity 1.14 Correcting Spelling Errors

Objective 6: Create and Format a Chart in Excel

Activity 1.15 Inserting an AutoSum

Activity 1.16 Creating and Formatting a Chart in Excel

Objective 7: Link Excel Data and an Excel Chart to a Word Document

Activity 1.17 Copying Excel Data

Activity 1.18 Accessing Paste Special and Pasting Excel Data into a Word Document

Activity 1.19 Copying and Linking an Excel Chart to a Word Document

Acitivity 1.20 Modifying the Excel Data

Activity 1.21 Viewing Data and Chart Changes in a Word Document


Key Terms


Fill in the Blank

Skills Review

Mastering Integration


Problem Solving

Chapter 2: Integrating Word and PowerPoint

Project 2A: Franchise Presentation

Objective 1: Create an Outline in Word

Activity 2.1 Changing to Outline VIew in Word

Activity 2.2 Promoting and Demoting Levels in an Outline

Activity 2.3 Moving Outline Levels in Word

Objective 2: Import a Word Outline into a PowerPoint Presentation

Activity 2.4 Importing Slides from a Word Outline

Objective 3: Modify a PowerPoint Presentation

Activity 2.5 Inserting and Deleting Slides

Activity 2.6 Changing Slide Layouts

Activity 2.7 Changing the Design Theme

Activity 2.8 Modifying Speaker Notes

Objective 4: Create a Footer and Save a PowerPoint Presentation

Activity 2.9 Inserting a Footer in a Presentation

Acitivty 2.10 Inserting a Footer in Slide Handouts

Objective 5: Preview and Print a Presentation, Slide Handouts, and Speaker Notes

Activity 2.11 Previewing and Printing a Presentation

Activity 2.12 Previewing and Printing Slide Handouts

Activity 2.13 Previewing and Printing Speaker Notes

Project 2B: Restaurant Menu

Objective 6: Create a PowerPoint Presentation with Templates

Activity 2.14 Opening a PowerPoint Template

Activity 2.15 Changing Character Spacing and Text Shadow

Activity 2.16 Inserting and Modifying a Shape

Activity 2.17 Inserting and Modifying a SmartArt Graphic

Activity 2.18 Replacing and Modifying Pictures

Objective 7: Save a Presentation as Outline/RTF

Activity 2.19 Saving a File as Outline/RTF

Activity 2.20 Opening and Outline/RTF in Word

Objective 8: Modifying a Word Document in Outline VIew

Activity 2.21 Collapsing Outline Levels

Activity 2.22 Deleting Outline Levels

Objective 9: Create a New Presentation from a Modified Word Outline

Activity 2.23 Creating a Modified PowerPoint Presentation


Key Terms


Fill in the Blank

Skills Review

Mastering Integration


Problem Solving

Chapter 3: Integrating Word and Access

Project 3A Garden Walk

Objective 1 Create an Access Database Using a Template

Activity 3.1 Creating a Database Using a Template

Activity 3.2 Adding Records to a Table

Objective 2: Use an Access Form to Enter and Edit Records

Activity 3.3 Adding Records Using a Form

Activity 3.4 Finding and Editing a Record Using a Form

Activity 3.5 Deleting Records Using a Form

Activity 3.6 Printing an Access Table

Objective 3 Export an Access Table to a Word Document

Activity 3.7 Exporting an Access Table to an RTF File

Acitivty 3.8 Inserting Access Data in a Word Document

Objective 4 Format a A Word Document

Activity 3.9 Formatting a Word Document Using Page Layout

Activity 3.10 Inserting and Modifyiing a Text Box

Activity 3.11 Adding Page Borders and Page Color

Project 3B: New Tools

Objective 5: Use Mail Merge in Word to Complete Letters Using Access Data

Activity 3.12 Starting Mail Merge in Word

Activity 3.13 Adding Merge Fields

Activity 3.14 Printing Letters

Objective 6: Use Mail Merge in Word to Create Envelopes Using Access Data

Activity 3.15 Starting Mail Merge for Envelopes and Inserting a Return Address

Activity 3.16 Completing and Printing Envelopes

Objective 7: Create a Data Table

Activity 3.17 Creating a Query using the Query Wizard

Activity 3.18 Sorting and Filtering Data in a Query

Objective 8: Use Mail Merge in Access

Activity 3.19 Starting Mail Merge in Access

Activity 3.20 Completing the Mail Merge


Key Terms


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Skills Review

Mastering Integration


Problem Solving

Chapter 4: Integrating Excel and Access

Project 4A: HVAC Units

Objective 1: Modify an Excel Table

Activity 4.1 Sorting Data in an Excel Table

Activity 4.2 Setting a Custom AutoFilter

Activity 4.3 Inserting a Calculated Column

Activity 4.4 Formatting with Conditional Format

Objective 2: Import Excel Data into Access Using the Import Spreadsheet Wizard

Activity 4.5 Using the Import Spreadsheet Wizard

Objective 3: Sort and Filter Data in an Access Table

Activity 4.6 Sorting Data in an Access Table

Activity 4.7 Filtering by Selection

Activirty 4.8 Filtering by Advanced Filter/Sort

Objective 4: Create, Modify and Print an Access Report

Activity 4.9 Creating and Modifying an Access Report

Activity 4.10 Gropuing Data and Printing an Access Report

Project 4B: HVAC Parts

Objective 5: Create an Access Table

Activity 4.11 Creating an Access Table and Entering Data

Activity 4.12 Creating a One-to-Many Relationship

Activity 4.13 Adding a Totals Row in an Access Table

Objective 6: Create an Access Query

Activity 4.14 Creating a Select Query

Activity 4.15 Adding a Calculated Field to a Query

Objective 7: Export Access Data to Excel

Activity 4.16 Exporting Access Data

Activity 4.17 Using Table Styles in Excel

Activity 4.18 Inserting Subtotals in Excel


Key Terms


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Skills Review

Mastering Integration


Problem Solving

Chapter 5 Integrating Excel and PowerPoint

Project 5A: Company Sales

Objective 1 Create and Format Excel Charts

Activity 5.1 Inserting and Modifying a Pie Chart

Activity 5.2 Inserting and Modifying a Pie Chart

Activity 5.3 Inserting an Absolute Cell Reference

Objective 2 LInk Excel Charts and Data to a PowerPoint Presentation

Activity 5.4 Linking Excel Charts to a PowerPoint Presentation

Activity 5.5 Linking Excel Cells to a PowerPoint Presentation

Objective 3: Apply Slide Transitions, Use the Document Inspector, and Mark as FInal

Activity 5.6 Inserting Slide Transition

Activity 5.7 Running the Document Inspector

Activity 5.8 Using Mark as Final

Project 5B: Surf Sessions

Objective 4: Create and Modify Illustrations in PowerPoint

Activity 5.9 Inserting and Animating SmartArt Graphics

Activity 5.10 Inserting Clip Art

Activity 5.11 Modifying Objects with Effects

Activity 5.12 Using Slide Sorter View

Objective 5: Copy a PowerPoint Slide and Object into an Excel Workbook

Activity 5.13 Copying and Pasting a PowerPoint Slide

Activity 5.14 Copying and Pasting an Object

Objective 6: Create Hyperlinks

Activity 5.15 Inserting Hyperlinks

Activity 5.16 Inserting Action Buttons on the PowerPoint Master Slide

Activity 5.17 Inserting Hyperlinks from a PowerPoint Slide to an excel worksheet

Objective 7: Freeze Rows, Repeat Headings, and INsert Comments in Excel

Activity 5.18 Freezing Excel Rows

Activity 5.19 Repeating Headings on Multiple Pages

Activity 5.20 Inserting and Editing Comments


Key Terms


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Skills Review

Mastering Integration


Problem Solving

Chapter 6 Integrating Publisher and Access

Objective 1 Construct a Newsletter in Publiser

Activity 6.1 Constructiong a Newsletter

Activity 6.2 Selecting Page Options

Activity 6.3 Applying a Color Scheme and a Font Scheme

Activity 6.4 Applying a Text Style

Objective 2 Format a Newsletter

Activity 6.5 Changing Text Wrapping

Activity 6.6 Inserting a Design Gallery Object

Activity 6.7 Formatting the Newsletter Background

Activity 6.8 Running the Design Checker

Objective 3 Use Mail Merge to Insert Access Recipients into a Publication

Activity 6.9 Modifying an Existing Access Database

Activity 6.10 Importing and Sorting a Recipient List from Access

Objective 4 Insert Access Data Fields into a Publication

Activity 6.11 Inserting Data Fields

Activity 6.12 Completing and Printing the Merged Newsletter

Project 6B Inernship Postcard

Objective 5 Set Field Properties in an Access Table

Activity 6.13 Inserting an Input Mask and a Default Value

Activity 6.14 Modifying the Field Properties

Activity 6.15 Inserting a Lookup Field

Activity 6.16 Inputting Data with a Lookup Field

Activity 6.17 Grouping and Sorting in the Blank Report Tool

Objective 6: Create a Publication Using a Publisher Template

Activity 6.18 Using a Publication Template

Activity 6.19 Inserting Business Information

Objective 7: Modify the Publication Layout

Activity 6.20 Inserting Images

Activity 6.21 Using Layout Guides

Activity 6.22 Filtering Recipients with Mail Merge


Key Terms

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SKills Review

Mastering Integration


Problem Solving

Chapter 7: Integrating Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint

Project 7A: Property

Ojbective 1: Create and Save a Template in Word

Activity 7.1 Creating a Fax Tempalte

Activity 7.2 Changing Data in a Template

Activity 7.3 Creating a New Document from a Template

Objective 2: Insert a Combo Box and an Option Group in an Access From

Activity 7.4 Adding a Combo Box to an Access Form

Activity 7.5 Adding a Relationship

Activity 7.6 Adding an Option Group to an Access Form

Activity 7.7 Entering Data Using a Combo Box and an Option Group

Activity 7.8 Creating an Access Query

Objective 3: Create a PivotTable Report and a PivotChart Report in Excel

Activity 7.9 Importing Access Data into Excel

Activity 7.10 Creating a PivotTable

Activity 7.11 Pivoting the PivotTable Report

Activity 7.12 Filtering the PivotTable Report

Activity 7.13 Using a Drill-Down Indicator

Activity 7.14 Creating and Modifying a PivotChart Report

Objective 4: Import Data into a PowerPoint Presentation

Activity 7.15 Copying Data into a PowerPoint Presentation

Project 7B: Retail Stores

Objective 5: Use Excel Functions

Activity 7.16 Inserting the PMT Function

Activity 7.17 Inserting the IF Function

Objective 6: Create a Report in Word Using Data from Other Applicataions

Activity 7.18 Inserting a Cover Page

Activity 7.19 Inserting a Table of Contents

Activity 7.20 Inserting Data from Other Applications

Activity 7.21 Updating the Table of Contents


Key Terms


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Skills Review

Mastering Integration


Problem Solivng


Case One: Integrating Word, Excel and Access

Case Two: Integrating Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Case Three: Integrating Access, PowerPoint, and Publiser

Case Four: Integrating Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint

Case Five: Integrating Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Case Six: Integrating Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint

Case Seven: Integrating Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint



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