Loved by instructors for its visual and flexible way to build computer skills, the Illustrated Series is ideal for teaching Microsoft Office 2010 to both computer rookies and hotshots. Each two-page spread focuses on a single skill, making information easy to follow and absorb. Large, full-color illustrations represent how the students' screen should look. Concise text introduces the basic principles of the lesson and integrates a case study for further application.
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Meet the Author
David W. Beskeen has authored or co-authored numerous computer books since 1992, including more than 25 titles for Course Technology. He has guided readers in mastering PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, Outlook, Windows, Livemotion, and other leading proprietary software packages. An expert in applied technology, Mr. Beskeen has a variety of teaching and consulting experience in today's computer technology.
Carol M. Cram is the author of more than 35 textbooks on computer applications, business communications, and Internet-related subjects. Ms. Cram is also a long-time faculty member at Capilano College in North Vancouver, where she is currently the Convenor of the Executive Support Program, the Program Consultant for Business and Computers in Continuing Education, and an instructor of business and computer-related courses.
Jennifer Duffy is a freelance author who lives and works in New Hampshire. She has been writing leading texts for Course Technology for more than ten years and has contributed to four editions of MICROSOFT WORD ILLUSTRATED for the popular Office series. Ms. Duffy has worked successfully in the business world as a writer, editor, and public relations liaison. She combines her strong business knowledge and expertise in Word with exceptional writing skills that ensure the clarity of this book.
Lisa Friedrichsen is a Professor at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas, where she teaches some of the school's leading database and web development classes. As an author, she has written several prominent Access, Office, and Web-related textbooks. Ms. Friedrichsen combines her ability to teach with extensive industry experience. Her undergraduate degree is in Engineering from Iowa State University, and she holds an MBA from Drake University. Ms. Friedrichsen worked for a decade at IBM Corporation before becoming a well-respected Web consultant, technology author, and college professor.
Elizabeth Eisner Reding has authored many books for Delmar and Course Technology on a variety of software programs, including Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Publisher. Living in New Mexico with her husband, she spends her free time grilling, water gardening, road and mountain biking, and collecting Southwestern art.
CONCEPTS. Unit A: Understanding Essential Computer Concepts. WINDOWS 7. Unit A: Getting Started with Windows 7. Unit B: Understanding File Management. INTERNET EXPLORER. Unit A: Getting Started with Internet Explorer 8. Microsoft Office 2010. Unit A Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2010. WORD 2010. Unit A: Creating Documents with Word 2010. Unit B: Editing Documents. Unit C: Formatting Text and Paragraphs. Unit D: Formatting Documents. Excel 2010. Unit A: Getting Started with Excel 2010. Unit B: Working with Formulas and Functions. Unit C: Formatting a Worksheet. Unit D: Working with Charts. INTEGRATION. Unit A: Integrating Word and Excel. Access 2010. Unit A: Building and Using Access tables. Unit B: Building and Using Queries. Unit C: Creating and Using Forms. Unit D: Creating and Using Reports. INTEGRATION. Unit B: Integrating Word, Excel, and Access. POWERPOINT 2010. Unit A: Creating a Presentation in PowerPoint. Unit B: Modifying a Presentation. Unit C: Inserting Objects into a Presentation. Unit D: Finishing a Presentation. INTEGRATION. Unit C: Integrating Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. OUTLOOK 2010. Unit A: Getting Started with E-mail. Unit B: Managing Information Using Outlook. Appendix: Working with SkyDrive and Office Web Apps.