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Overview

Timothy and Linda O'Leary and the Computer Information Technology Team at McGraw-Hill Higher Education offer your students a fully integrated learning program with time-tested quality and reliability. It&#39s theme of &#8220 Making Office Relevant&#8221 helps students understand why they need this course and these skills. Student success is assured through clear step-by-step instruction, plentiful screen captures and conceptual explanations. Each Lab, designed to be covered in 1 hour of class time, combines conceptual coverage with detailed software-specific instructions. Each Lab opens with a running case study that highlights real-world applications of each software program and leads students from problem to solution. The O'Leary Series helps students learn specific applications skills along with those that cross all Office applications, which is espeicially important in mastering this version of Office. The O'Leary Series also correlates with SimNet Online, our online training and assesment program for Office 2007.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780073519166
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 8/31/2007
  • Series: O'Leary Series
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1408
  • Sales rank: 1,413,987
  • Product dimensions: 10.10 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 2.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim O’Leary is a professor of IS at ASU, and has written many books on Computing and Information Systems.

Linda O’Leary is a professional trainer in Computing. She has developed training manuals for large corporations, presented seminars on a wide variety of application programs, and has co-authored severalbooks with her husband, Tim.

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Table of Contents

Full Contents

Introduction to Computer Essentials

Objectives
• Introduction
• Information Systems
• People
• Software
• Hardware
• Data
• Connectivity, the Wireless Revolution, and the Internet
Introduction to Microsoft Office 2007


Objectives
• What Is the 2007 Microsoft Office System?

• Common Office 2007 Interface Features

Office Word 2007

Overview of Microsoft Office Word 2007
Lab 1: Creating and Editing a Document

Introducing Office Word 2007

• Viewing and Zooming a Document

• Creating New Documents

• Entering Text

• Moving through Text

• Identifying and Correcting Errors Automatically

• Specifying Document Properties

• Saving, Closing, and Opening Files

• Navigating a Document

• Editing Documents

• Formatting a Document

• Working with Graphics

• Enhancing the Page

• Printing a Document

• Exiting Word

• Focus on Careers


Lab 2: Revising and Refining a Document


Revising a Document

• Moving and Copying Selections

• Controlling Document Paging

• Finding and Replacing Text

• Inserting the Current Date

• Modifying Page Layout

• More Character Formatting

• Creating Lists

• Using Quick Parts

• Adding and Modifying Shapes

• Previewing and Editing Multiple Pages

• Setting Page Margins

• Printing the Document

• Focus on Careers


Lab 3: Creating Reports and Tables


Creating and Modifying an Outline

• Saving to a New Folder

• Hiding Spelling and Grammar Errors

• Creating a Cover Page

• Using Document Themes

• Inserting a Blank Page

• Applying a Quick Style

• Creating a Table of Contents

• Navigating a Document

• Including Source References

• Including Footnotes

• Formatting Picture Layout

• Referencing Figures

• Creating a Simple Table

• Including a Table of Figures

• Creating a Bibliography

• Creating Headers and Footers

• Redisplaying Spelling and Grammar Errors

• Updating a Table of Contents

• Printing Selected Pages

• Focus on Careers


Working Together 1: Word 2007 and Your Web Browser


Case Study

• Saving a Word Document as a Web Page

• Making Text Changes

• Changing the Picture Layout

• Applying Page Color

• Changing Bullet Styles

• Creating a Hyperlink

• Previewing the Page

• Making a Web Page Public


Office Excel 2007

Overview of Microsoft Office Excel 2007

Lab 1: Creating and Editing a Worksheet



Introducting Office Excel 2007
• Starting Excel 2007
• Creating New Worksheets
• Entering and Editing Data
• Entering Text
• Changing Column Widths
• Saving, Closing, and Opening Workbooks
• Using Proofing Tools
• Duplicating Cell Contents
• Working with Formulas
• Inserting and Deleting Rows and Columns
• Formatting the Worksheet
• Entering the Date
• Previewing and Printing a Worksheet
• Exiting Excel 2007
• Focus on Careers
Lab 2: Charting Worksheet Data



Improving the Appearance of the Worksheet
• Working with Charts
• Creating and Formatting a Pie Chart
• Setting File Properties
• Preparing the Worksheet and Charts for Printing
• Focus on Careers
Lab 3: Managing and Analyzing a Workbook



Correcting Worksheet Errors
• Working with Sheets
• Finding and Replacing Information
• Saving to a New Folder
• Managing Large Worksheets
• Forecasting Values
• Using Conditional Formatting
• Customizing Print Settings
• Focus on Careers
Working Together 1: Linking and Embedding Between Word 2007 and Excel 2007



Case Study
• Sharing Information Between Applications
• Linking Between Applications
• Deciding When to Link or Embed Objects
Office Access 2007

Overview of Microsoft Office Access 2007

Lab 1: Creating a Database



Designing a New Database
• Creating and Naming the Database File
• Using Datasheet View
• Using Design View
• Entering and Editing Data
• Changing Column Width
• Deleting Records
• Creating a Second Table
• Previewing and Printing a Table
• Closing and Opening a Table and Database
• Exiting Access
• Focus on Careers
Lab 2: Modifying and Filtering a Table and Creating a Form



Navigating a Large Table
• Customizing and Inserting Fields
• Hiding and Redisplaying Fields
• Creating a Lookup Field
• Finding and Replacing Data
• Sorting Records
• Formatting the Datasheet
• Filtering a Table
• Creating and Using Forms
• Organizing the Navigation Pane
• Previewing and Printing a Form
• Identifying Object Dependencies
• Setting Database and Object Properties
• Focus on Careers
Lab 3: Querying Tables and Creating Reports



Refining the Database Design
• Defining and Modifying Relationships
• Creating a Filter
• Querying a Database
• Displaying a Totals Row
• Creating Reports
• Preparing Records for Printing
• Compacting and Backing Up the Database
• Focus on Careers
Working Together 1: Exporting Data



Case Study
• Exporting Data
Office PowerPoint 2007

Overview of Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007

Lab 1: Creating a Presentation



Introducing Office PowerPoint 2007
• Developing New Presentations
• Viewing the Presentation
• Editing a Presentation
• Saving, Closing, and Opening a Presentation
• Checking Spelling
• Working with Slides
• Rehearsing a Presentation
• Formatting Slide Text
• Working with Graphics
• Previewing and Priinting the Presentation
• Exiting PowerPoint
• Focus on Careers
Lab 2: Modifying and Refining a Presentation



Replacing Text
• Creating a Simple Table
• Modifying and Creating Graphic Objects
• Working with Text Boxes
• Changing the Presentation Design
• Working with Master Slides
• Adding Animation Effects
• Controlling the Slide Show
• Adding Speaker Notes
• Documenting a File
• Customizing Print Settings
• Focus on Careers
Lab 3: Using Advanced Presenation Features



Creating a Presentation from Multiple Sources
• Creating a Chart Slide
• Creating an Organization Chart
• Adding Interest to the Presentation
• Delivering Presentations
• Publishing a Presentation
• Focus on Careers
Working Together 1: Copying, Embedding, and Linking Between Applications



Case Study
• Reviewing a Presentation
• Copying Between Applications
• Embedding a Presentation


Command Summary


Glossary of Key Terms


Appendix: More about Office 2007


Reference 1


Reference 2


Index


Word Command Summary

Excel Command Summary

Access Command Summary

PP Command Summary

Word Glossary

Excel Glossary

Access Glossary

PP Glossary

Word Appendix – More About Word

Excel Appendix – More About Excel

Access Appendix – More About Access

Word Reference 1 – Data File List

Excel Reference 1– Data File List

Access Reference 1– Data File List

PP Reference 1– Data File List

Word Reference 2 – MCAS Objectives

Excel Reference 2– MCAS Objectives

Access Reference 2– MCAS Objectives
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