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SERIES TAGLINE: THE "HOW and WHY",PRACTICAL APPROACH TO LEARNING APPLICATIONS.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072470918
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 2/15/2002
  • Series: The I- Ser.
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 360
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

About the I-Series
Your Guide to the I-Series
Common Microsoft Office XP Features
Introduction
Session 1.1
Introducing Microsoft Office XP
Making the Grade
Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Chapter 1 Working with a Document
Chapter Case: Writing a Mission Statement for Webster E-Books
Session 1.1 Starting Word
Introduction to Word-Processing
Starting Word
Exploring the Word Screen
Using Menu Bars and Toolbar
Getting Help
Making the Grade
Session 1.2 Working with Text and Creating a Document
Entering Text in a Document
Saving
Printing
Closing and Exiting Word
Making the Grade
Session 1.3 Filing Documents
Viewing File Information
Folders
Managing Files
Making the Grade
Session 1.4 Working with an Existing Document
Opening a Document
Displaying Formatting Marks
Scrolling in a Document
Selecting Text
Changing View Modes
Making the Grade
Session 1.5
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Developing a Mission Statement for the Kasota United School District
Chapter 2 Formatting and Editing a Document
Chapter Case: Developing a Promotional Letter for Magic Slopes Ski Resort
Session 2.1 Formatting Text
Enhancing Text
Copying Formats with Format Painter
Inserting a Bullet List
Making the Grade
Session 2.2 Editing a Document
Moving and Copying Text
Using the Undo Feature
Using Autocorrect
Spell-Checking a Document
Making the Grade
Session 2.3 Formatting a Document
Setting Margins
Setting the Line Spacing
Setting Alignment
Indenting Text
Making the Grade
Session 2.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Producing an Attractive Guideline Series
Chapter 3 Formatting Longer Documents
Chapter Case: Creating a Newsletter in Two Formats for Forest Hills Community College
Session 3.1 Formatting Text
Using Hyphenation
Creating a Hanging Indent Paragraph
Preventing Text from Separating between Pages
Inserting a Nonbreaking Space
Making the Grade
Session 3.2 Formatting a Document
Centering Text Vertically
Page Numbers
Changing Page Size and Orientation
Creating Footnotes and Endnotes
Creating Headers and Footers
Making the Grade
Session 3.3 Applying Columns to Existing Text
Setting Up Columns
Making the Grade
Session 3.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Formatting a Newsletter
Chapter 4 Using Tables and Graphics
Chapter Case: Developing Promotional Material for Green Thumb Landscape and Garden Center
Session 4.1 Tables
Creating a Table
Formatting a Table
Text to Table
Table to Text
Making the Grade
Session 4.2 Using Graphics
Creating a Text Box
Using WordArt
Making the Grade
Session 4.3
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Creating a Schedule for Career Days
Chapter 5 Advanced Formatting and Techniques
Chapter Case: Formatting the Midtown Community College Catalog
Session 5.1 Document Format Changes
Setting Tabs
Headers and Footers
Finding and Replacing Text
Finding and Replacing Formatting
Making the Grade
Session 5.2 Browsing Through Your Document
Document Map
Inserting Bookmarks
Hyperlinks
Making the Grade
Session 5.3 Table of Contents and Index
Creating a Table of Contents
Creating an Index
Making the Grade
Session 5.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Producing an Employee Handbook
Chapter 6 Working with Styles and Templates
Chapter Case: Standardizing the Press Releases for Enviro-Skils
Session 6.1 Introducing Styles
Applying a Style
Making the Grade
Session 6.2 Working with Styles
Creating a Style by Example
Creating a Style Using the Task Pane
Modifying a Style
Deleting a Style
Copying Styles to Other Documents
Making the Grade
Session 6.3 Using Templates
Using Word's Predefined Styles
Creating a Template
Form Templates
Making the Grade
Session 6.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Creating Styles and a Template for Syllabi
Chapter 7 Merging Documents
Chapter Case: Sending Letters to the Membership of Nape
Session 7.1 Merging Letters
Creating a Main Document
Creating a Data Source
Merging
Making the Grade
Session 7.2 Data Options
Creating Mailing Labels
Printing a Directory
Sorting a Data Source
Making the Grade
Session 7.3 Creating a Merge from an Excel Worksheet
Making the Grade
Session 7.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Using Mail Merge to Contact Universities
Chapter 8 Integrating Word
Chapter Case: Outlining, Embedding, and Creating Web Pages for a Course
Session 8.1 Working with Multiple Documents
Multiple and Split Documents
Linking and Embedding Objects
Making the Grade
Session 8.2 Outlining and Powerpoint
Creating a Word Outline
Creating a PowerPoint Slide Show from a Word Outline
Making the Grade
Session 8.3 Formatting and Viewing a Web Page
The Web Page
Making the Grade
Session 8.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: Creating Presentation Slides and Individual Web Pages for Kusd
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