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Overview

Introduction to OpenOffice.org is part of an academic series that covers material on new software program, OpenOffice.org.

OpenOffice.org Common Features; Introduction to Writer: What Will Word Processing Do for Me?; Gaining Proficiency; Introduction to Calc; Introduction to Base; Introduction to Impress

MARKET: This text is part of an academic series written on alternative technology that presents key information on OpenOffice.org and encourages hands-on learning throughout the material.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780135073971
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 7/29/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: OpenOffice.org Common Features
OpenOffice.org Software Downloading and Installing OpenOffice.org Identifying and Using Common User-Interface Components Using OpenOffice.org Help
Hands-On Exercises 1
Identifying Common User-Interface Components and Using Help Universal Tasks Opening a File Saving a File Printing a Document
Hands-On Exercises 2
Performing Universal Tasks Basic Tasks Selecting Text to Edit Inserting Text Moving and Copying Text Finding and Replacing Text Applying Font Attributes
Hands-On Exercises 3
Performing Basic Tasks Key Terms Multiple Choice Mid-Level Exercises
Chapter 2: Introduction to Writer: What Will Word Processing Do for Me?
Introduction to Word Processing Modifying a Document Changing Document Views and Using Zoom
Hands-On Exercises 1
Introduction to Writer Document Organization Setting Page Margins and Orientation Inserting Headers and Footers Checking Spelling and Grammar Using Page Preview
Hands-On Exercises 2
Document Organization Key Terms Multiple Choice Mid-Level Exercises
Chapter 3: Gaining Proficiency
Text Formatting Applying Font Attributes Highlighting Text
Hands-On Exercises 1
Text Formatting Paragraph Formatting Selecting Paragraphs to Format Indenting Text Aligning Text Applying Borders, Shading, and Shadow Styles Creating Columns
Hands-On Exercises 2
Paragraph Formatting Key Terms Multiple Choice Mid-Level Exercises
Chapter 4: Introduction to Calc
Introduction to Calc Defining Worksheets and Workbooks Identifying Calc Window Components Starting Calc and Creating New Worksheets Entering and Editing Data in Cells Inserting Rows and Columns
Hands-On Exercises 1
Introduction to Calc Working with Calc Worksheets Creating Formulas Copying and Pasting Formulas Applying Font Attributes, Borders, and Background Colors Inserting Notes Using Page Preview Printing Cells, Worksheets, and Workbooks
Hands-On Exercises 2
Working with Calc Worksheets Key Terms Multiple Choice Mid-Level Exercises
Chapter 5: Introduction to Base
Introduction to Base Creating Base Files Creating and Editing Tables, Forms, and Reports Creating Database Tables by Using the Table Wizard Creating Database Forms by Using the Form Wizard Adding Records Deleting Records
Hands-On Exercises 1
Introduction to Base and Creating and Editing Tables, Forms, and Reports Creating Reports by Using the Report Wizard Printing Reports Opening Base Files Accessing Calc Spreadsheets Viewing and Editing a Table
Hands-On Exercises 2
Creating and Editing Tables, Forms, and Reports Key Terms Multiple Choice Mid-Level Exercises
Chapter 6: Introduction to Impress
Introduction to Impress Starting Impress Creating a New Presentation Opening an Existing Presentation Viewing a Presentation Saving a Presentation with a New Name
Hands-On Exercises 1
Creating and Saving a New Presentation Adding Slides Applying a Design Theme Displaying a Slide Show Printing Slides
Hands-On Exercises 2
Working with Your Presentation Key Terms Multiple Choice Mid-Level Exercises

Glossary Index

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